CVUSD High Schools: Graduation and End of Year Recognitions Update

CVUSD High Schools: Graduation and End of Year Recognitions Update

We are so proud of the Class of 2020! You have learned and grown so much as students and individuals over the last thirteen years and we are excited to celebrate your achievements.

As a school district, there is nothing we would like more than to welcome our students and families to our campuses for our traditional and beloved end of year celebrations. Unfortunately, based on the current Ventura County Public Health Order from May 7th, restrictions for in-person gatherings does not make traditional, or altered versions of the traditional in-person celebrations feasible. Please know that if guidelines from the county and state related to large gatherings change, CVUSD high schools and the school district will adjust current plans accordingly. We have received inquiries about hosting a formal graduation on a later date, however, we will not have access to all senior students after June. Many graduates will soon leave for post-secondary opportunities including military assignments, summer internships, mission trips, employment opportunities and/or relocating for college/university admissions. We have an obligation and desire to honor all of our graduating seniors.  It is with the health and safety of our students, families, and greater community in mind that our high schools, and district leadership teams continue to work together to provide special ways to celebrate ALL of our 2020 high school graduates this June.  

Our high school, and post-secondary celebrations for the class of 2020 will feature pomp and circumstance – in the form of virtual graduations, drive-thru diploma pick-ups (with photo opportunities for graduates) in adherence with the health and safety guidelines mandated by state and county officials, and more. Below are links to the communication that each CVUSD high school sent out to their senior families today regarding upcoming end of year celebrations:

·         Newbury Park High School

·         Thousand Oaks High School

·         Westlake High School

·         Century Academy

·         Conejo Valley High School


Congratulations CVUSD Seniors!

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