Over the past two weeks our nation and local community has been faced with fear, heartbreak, and anger. The tragic death of Mr. George Floyd and subsequent protests reinforces our deep commitment, as the Superintendent and Board of Education President, to lead with equity and social justice. At our core, we believe public education has both the honor and the responsibility to prepare our students to become contributing members of society who demonstrate compassion, curiosity and respect for one another.
At the Tuesday, June 2nd Board of Education Meeting, Erica Ultreras was announced as the new principal of Conejo Elementary School and Open Classroom Leadership Magnet. Ms. Ultreras is a knowledgeable, passionate leader with more than 14 years of experience in education. Congratulations and welcome to the Conejo!
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The Conejo Valley Unified School District is proud to recognize the following Classified Employees for their outstanding contributions above and beyond their call of duty. These dedicated individuals make an invaluable impact on their respective school campuses. They are problem-solvers, and take initiative to ensure their daily actions support and positively impact their colleagues, along with the students and families the District proudly serves. These recognitions come as a follow-up to Classified School Employee Week, which the District celebrated from May 17-23, 2020. Each awardee was nominated for this special recognition by a colleague(s). Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Classified Employee Outstanding Achievement Awardees...
Ms. Martinez-Galvan is a remarkable Thousand Oaks High School teacher who has an excellent rapport with students, parents and colleagues. She is engaging, creative and dedicated to teaching students to care about themselves and the world around them, expanding their knowledge and awareness to their culture and life beyond school. Ms. Martinez-Galvan has been celebrated as an award-winning member of the Latino Community and has implemented a program that provides opportunities for Latino students to become leaders at Thousand Oaks High School and the community. As the Conejo Valley Unified Teacher of the Year, she has been submitted as our nomination for the Ventura County Teacher of the Year.