The results of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) tests, which were completed by students in grades 3-8 and 11 last spring, were released by the California Department of Education. This is the fourth year students across the state – more than three million total, including Conejo Valley Unified School District completed the test.
Monday through Friday after completing his daily schedule of classes at Thousand Oaks High School, senior Jaymes heads to another school. This time it’s Madrona Elementary where he once attended as a student, and where he now serves as a Child Care Assistant for the school’s after school child care program.
On Thursday, October 11th from 7-8:30pm at our Horizon Hills MPR, please join our BreakThrough Student Assistance Program, and the Conejo Schools Foundation for the first 2018-2019 Parent Workshop and Education Series: Mental Health from the Law Enforcement Perspective. This workshop will be led by presenter Tim Hagel, Chief of Police for the City of Thousand Oaks, and he will share his unique perspective and lead a discussion on the important topic of mental health and safety.
Learn about the current state of public education in the Conejo Valley at the Third Annual State of the Schools event with keynote speaker, CVUSD Superintendent, Dr. Mark McLaughlin. The event is hosted by the Conejo Schools Foundation and will take place on Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 7:30am at the CLU Lundring Center.
In a surprirse celebration on Monday, September 17th Linda Gomberg of Be Me Preschool received the September Teacher of the Month recognition award! Ms. Gomberg is a veteran in the classroom with 24 years and counting as an instructor with CVUSD.