Conejo Valley Unified to Host Conejo Valley Learning Center (CVLC) Community Forums

District officials invite community members to learn more about CVLC

What:   The greater Conejo Valley community is invited to join Conejo Valley Unified School District officials for a CVLC Community Forum to learn more about the Conejo Valley Learning Center being located at the Waverly Campus, 1025 Old Farm Road in Thousand Oaks. District representatives will present profiles for each of the schools involved in the project. The Forum will also provide an opportunity for community members to share their feedback.

When: *Note: two Forums will be held –

Monday, October 10, 2016

10:30 a.m. to Noon


Monday, October 10, 2016

6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m


Conejo Valley Unified School District - South Building Board Room

1400 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362


  • Community members
  • District officials including, Dr. Victor Hayek, Assistant Superintendent Business Services and Robert Iezza, Deputy Superintendent, Instruction

MORE:  The vision for the Conejo Valley Learning Center began in 2005. The original goal was to build a new, state-of-the-art facility to act as a singular campus for multiple programs, which most recently includes CVUSD’s Conejo Valley High School, Century Academy and future Career Technical Education (CTE) programs. Due to a variety of reasons, including increased construction cost and potential soil mitigation to meet 2014 Building Code upgrades alternative options were considered. Based on key objectives including: do what is best overall for all students, staff and the community, be good stewards of taxpayers’ monies, Implement Measure I program as planned and use District resources most efficiently and effectively –the District's Waverly Campus located at 1025 Old Farm Road in Thousand Oaks was selected as the best option to house the Conejo Valley Learning Center. For more information visit:

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