Help students in special education (ages 15-22 years old) prepare for the quality adult life they envision. This Spring Transition Fair on Saturday, March 9th, presented by the Ventura County Transition Project and the Ventura County SELPA, is for students, parents, teachers, and care providers to learn about the transition-to-adult life process and meet local agency representatives.
Conejo Valley High School is one of just 31 schools statewide to be newly designated the recognition of a Model Continuation High School for 2019 by the California Department of Education. Schools are recognized as Model Continuation High Schools for their innovative approach to instruction and helping students who have faced many challenges—including behavior issues, chronic absenteeism, and truancy—get back on the pathway to learning.
Inclusion, engagement, and fun are at the center of Conejo Valley Unified School District’s new Unified Basketball League. This is the first year that Unified Basketball Teams have formed at all three comprehensive CVUSD high schools. Each team is comprised of students with intellectual disabilities (athletes), and students without intellectual disabilities (Unified Partners), and they currently meet on the basketball court weekly. Their goal? To practice a fun sport together as teammates, form friendships, and prepare for upcoming basketball games in March.
Kindness, respect, and fairness without exception are at the core of how Scott Farrell treats students, colleagues, and the greater Colina Middle School community. Mr. Farrell has been a Physical Education teacher at Colina for the past 14 years, and we are proud to call him our January Teacher of the Month.
CVUSD celebrates February 4-8, 2019 as National School Counseling Week in honor of the important contributions and services provided by our School Counselors to the students and families of the Conejo Valley Unified School District.