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Information on DACA and California's education system courtesy of the Orange County Department of Education (OCDE)

On Tuesday, President Donald Trump announced plans to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, and gave Congress the option to create a legislative replacement within six months “should it choose to do so.”
Under President Trump’s plan, the federal government will no longer accept new DACA applications, and current DACA holders can seek renewals once before Oct. 5 and only if their current permits expire before March 5, 2018.
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Tiger University- September 18, 2017

Attention Parents and Students, Tiger University is kicking off Monday, September 18th, at 7:30am in the College and Career Center. This first workshop will cover college requirements and what classes students need to be taking in order to go straight into a 4 year school after graduation. Come to learn more and ask questions. See you there!
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Holocaust Art and Writing Contest

"The Holocaust Art and Writing Contest is open to all students on campus. Entries must be art, film, poetry, or essay. The theme for this year is “Messenger of Memory: What Will Your Message Be?” If you are interested please talk to Mrs. Leon in Room 808 to receive more information and sign up. All entries must be submitted by December 22nd. A total of three entries from three individual students will be selected to enter the contest and represent Valencia HS. The selected students will be eligible to win a first prize award of $400. Also, first place winner, their parent/guardian and teacher will be invited to participate in an expense-paid study trip June 24-28, 2018, to visit the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust and other sites in Los Angeles, as well as meet members of The 1939 Society. Students awarded second prize will receive $200. Please contact Mrs. Leon in Room 808 for more information."
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LCAP Feedback Form - Click Here For Form

This form is designed to gather relevant feedback related to the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). This version of the LCAP is a draft. After being approved by the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District Board of Education, it is due to be submitted to the Orange County Department of Education for final approval by July 1, 2017.
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Washington Post High School Rankings

Today The Washington Post’s Education Columnist Jay Matthews released his annual rankings of how well the nation’s top high schools challenge their students.
Valencia High School ranked #788 in the NATION! 2324 schools made the list from over 22,000 high schools nationwide.
The list was invented to recognize great schools like Valencia High School. Congrats to all who support our school!

To read more, check out: https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/local/high-school-challenge-2017/
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