At the start of this month we launched an online submission form where you can share with us information about a CVUSD educator, administrator, staff member, student, student group, club, team or community partnership that has made a special impact on you or your student. It’s called “Shine a Spotlight,” and we are proud to share some of the submissions we have received this month...
Conejo Valley Unified School District is pleased to announce that beginning on May 1, 2019 all CVUSD schools will be using a new electronic visitor management system (VMS). Part of keeping students and staff safe is knowing who is on our campuses at all times, and the VMS will allow us to efficiently, and effectively do that. This new process will help us track visitors, contractors, and volunteers in our schools in a more streamlined manner. The implementation of this new system also further emphasizes our commitment to continually improving our school safety protocols and procedures.
There were more than 45 “Principals in training” across CVUSD school sites today, as part of the annual Principal for a Half Day Program with community partner the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce. This annual event gives Chamber of Commerce members and members of the local community the opportunity to shadow the principal of a local elementary, middle or high school to experience firsthand the profession of a principal at a Conejo Valley Unified school.
This March Weathersfield Elementary hosted its inaugural Abilities Awareness Week with the theme “Just Say Hi…” to educate and encourage students to be kind, compassionate and understanding to individuals of all abilities.
This spring the Conejo Valley Unified School District is proud to partner with the Los Angeles Ram to bring the PLAY 60 Challenge to four CVUSD elementary schools. The PLAY 60 Challenge Assembly is a fun and educational way to promote fitness and health in a game-show format.