The Conejo Valley Unified School District is proud to recognize the contributions of classified school employees who support the education of California’s public school students via the annual Classified Employee Outstanding Achievement Awards.
In a surprise celebration on Tuesday, May 15th Shawna Randolph of Walnut Elementary School received the June Teacher of the Month recognition award! Ms. Randolph is a 5th grade teacher at Walnut Elementary, where she has been an instructor for the last six years and counting.
Annie Sun, a senior at Newbury Park High School, and student of teacher Jennifer Lee, has won the 2018 Congressional Art Competition for California’s 26th Congressional District. Sun will be flown to Washington, D.C. where her artwork will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol complex for one year.
The week of May 7 to May 11, 2018 is National Teacher Appreciation Week. Every day, and especially this week, we honor the substantial contributions teachers make to students, the community, and beyond. Thank you teachers for all that you do!
Today, Congresswoman Julia Brownley visited our Neighborhood for Learning (NfL) Preschool Program at EARTHS Magnet as part of the Take 5 and Read to Kids campaign. Take 5 and Read to Kids is a partnership between the Ventura County Star and First 5 Ventura County to raise awareness about the importance of early childhood literacy.