CVUSD Prepares 10,000 New Chromebooks for 1:1 Technology Initiative

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Technology Services is actively configuring over 10,000 Samsung Chromebooks to support CVUSD's 1:1 Chromebook initiative.  These Chromebooks will supplement the Lenovo, HP, and Dell Chromebooks that are already in students hands.  In order to ensure equitable access to technology, all students in grades TK-12 will be given access to a Chromebook .

Dr. Isaac Huang of Madroña Elementary Named “CALSA Honoring Our Own State Principal of the Year”

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Congratulations to Dr. Isaac Huang, Principal of Madroña Elementary School, who has been selected to receive the “CALSA Honoring Our Own State Principal of the Year” recognition from the California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators (CALSA)! CALSA is a community of diverse educational leaders skilled in addressing the needs of Latina/o/x students. Each year, CALSA recognizes its members who have made significant contributions to eliminating the Latina/o/x student achievement gap. This year Dr. Huang was selected as the “CALSA Honoring Our Own State Principal of the Year” for his distinguished leadership and excellence.

Congratulations to CVUSD's 2020-2021 Classified Employee Outstanding Achievement Awardees

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The Conejo Valley Unified School District is proud to recognize the following Classified Employees for their outstanding contributions above and beyond their call of duty. These dedicated individuals make an invaluable impact on their respective school campuses. They are problem-solvers, and take initiative to ensure their daily actions support and positively impact their colleagues, along with the students and families the District proudly serves.

End of the School Year Message from the Superintendent

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In these unprecedented times. How often have we seen these words appear in emails and on social media over the last 16 months? There is so much about this past year that is unparalleled. Yet, it is through these extraordinary circumstances that I have grown even more grateful for the resilient students, dedicated family members, hardworking educators and all of the phenomenal members of our CVUSD team. Our partnership and teamwork, as a community, is what made this very non-traditional school year possible - including the opportunity to end the 2020-2021 school year with our time-honored and treasured promotion and graduation events.