News & Announcements
Congratulations! - William S. Hart "Rampage" Marching Band Tournament
On Saturday, November 1, all three of the Conejo Valley Unified School District high school marching bands travelled to the College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita to compete at the William S. Hart "Rampage" marching band tournament along with 32 other bands from all over Southern California. The bands competed in divisions based on band size (1A-6A). All three bands of our bands did exceptionally well and brought great pride to our district.
Newbury Park High School - 1st place in Division 2A
Westlake High School - 1st place in Division 5A
Thousand Oaks High School - 1st place in Division 6A
In addition, Westlake High School won the award for the highest scoring percussion section of the entire tournament, and Thousand Oaks High School walked away with the Tournament Sweepstakes Award for the highest overall band score of the entire tournament.
Reality Party for Parents - Saturday, November 15, 2014
Many adults feel drinking and partying is a rite of passage and think teen parties are the same as when they were young. Straight Up youth wants parents to face the current realities and learn why and how we need adults to help change these dangerous social norms. Participants will tour a home set up to portray a teen party with youth actors voicing concerns expressed by local teens and young adults.
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Superintendent thanks community for passing Measure I
To the Conejo Community: Thank you for your support of Measure I
On behalf of the Board of Education, staff, students and parents of Conejo Valley Unified School District, thank you for your overwhelming support of Measure I, the CVUSD school bond. One of the greatest strengths of District is the support we receive from our community, and that was certainly in evidence on November 4. The additional funding we will receive over the next twenty years will have a profound effect on our school facilities, the integration of technology into daily instruction, and ultimately, the quality of education of our children.
In the coming months we will be busy preparing plans for our first phase of facilities and technology projects to be completed in the summer of 2015. We will also be working with our Board of Education to select the members of the Measure I Bond Citizen’s Oversight Committee, and support that Committee in their new role. We will be establishing a Measure I Project Information website on our District website that will provide information on proposed project scopes and timelines, bid processes and awards, and summary reports of completed projects. This site will also contain information on the meetings of the Citizen’s Oversight Committee.
Again, our thanks to a generous and supportive community. We will spend these dollars wisely and efficiently to significantly improve the education of our children. For more information on Measure I, click here.
Jeffrey L. Baarstad, Ph.D.
Conejo Valley Unified School District
2014/2015 CVUSD Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Draft
CVUSD LCAP Executive Summary
CVUSD LCAP Full Text