On March 8, students from Apple Valley High School and Granite Hills High School joined nearly 50 high school students in the High Desert to make their Student Advisory Panel presentations to 11 elected officials.
The eight participating AVUSD students worked together in teams with students from neighboring districts to prepare their presentation. The teams focused on key topics such as education, economy, safety and health and wellness.
The event was organized by the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools. County Superintendent Ted Alejandre was among those who participated in seeing the student presentations.