At the Tuesday, May 4th Board of Education Meeting, Shane Craven was announced as the new principal of Aspen Elementary School. Mr. Craven is a leader in implementing meaningful and inclusive school programs through his more than 11 years of experience in education. Mr. Craven will officially begin his new role as Principal of Aspen Elementary School on July 1, 2021.
To usher in Nurses Week and Hospital Week, Los Robles Health System wants to thank some of the individuals that helped brighten their most challenging days while on the COVID frontlines – our schools. Throughout the pandemic, Los Robles has received countless cards, messages and artwork from students and teachers that helped provide encouragement and support during this unprecedented year. On the first day of Teacher Appreciation Week, Los Robles visited school sites across the Conejo to present the amazing teachers in our community with “Teacher Appreciation” banners that are personally signed by Los Robles Team Members.
CVUSD is proud to celebration National Teacher Appreciation Week this May 3rd-7th. California Education Code Section 37222 designates May 3-7, 2021, as "National Teacher Appreciation Week" as a means of expressing appreciation to the state's teachers, instructors, professors, and other educators. Our phenomenal teachers are the foundation of our incredible schools and we are so grateful for them every day - and are especially proud to highlight them this week!
Congratulations to Rebecca W. of Lang Ranch Elementary who won 1st place in the InvestWrite® competition for the 4th-5th grade division at the state level! Rebecca is a member of Ms. Ackmann’s 5th grade class, which participated in the Fall 2020 Stock Market Game, with 11 students from the class submitting essays to InvestWrite®. InvestWrite®, an innovative national writing competition, is a program of the SIFMA Foundation offered exclusively to teachers and students participating in The Stock Market Game™.
There were more than 25 “Principals in training” across CVUSD school sites today, Thursday, April 22nd 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. Participants in this cost free event had the opportunity to visit campuses, meet one on one with principals and tour their assigned school site.