This year CVUSD joined with Sandy Hook Promise to implement two of the three "Know the Signs Program" modules: "Start with Hello" and "Say Something." The "Start with Hello" program encourages social inclusivity with peer to peer activities to reduce students feeling isolated at school (activities and ice breakers are intended for students to use at school with student peers).
Promoting empathy and understanding is at the center of Westlake Hills Elementary School’s first ever Abilities Awareness Week happening from September 23rd to September 27th. This special weeklong, school wide, fully integrated event will give students knowledge and insight about various different disabilities.
In Conejo Valley Unified School District, we promote cultures of kindness, with a focus on the social-emotional well-being of all of our students a top priority. In line with this priority, the start of the 2019-2020 school year marked the beginning of a new partnership between CVUSD and the Sandy Hook Promise, “Just Say Hello” program.
Eric Levy is a dedicated, fierce advocate for all students. He is a Special Education teacher at Westlake High School, and we are proud to call him our 2019 September Teacher of the Month. Mr. Levy, an educator at Westlake High School for more than twelve years, is a caring mentor and trusted colleague who others look to for advice when working with struggling students.
Students and families from Century Academy, Conejo Valley High School, Newbury Park High School, Thousand Oaks High School, and Westlake High School, please join us for CVUSD's Annual College and Career Information Night on Monday, September 23, from 4:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. at Westlake High School, 100 N. Lakeview Canyon Road, Westlake Village.