Instructional Technology and Internet Safety

The tremendous growth of mobile apps and cloud-based web services offers amazing potential to enhance learning and prepare students for their future in the digital world. Protecting students’ privacy and personal information must be a top priority as these powerful tools are used in CVUSD schools.

This page is intended as a resource for educators, parents and students to promote safe and responsible use of technology in the classroom. It provides a listing of digital tools that have been evaluated for their privacy practices by CVUSD. We’ve also included information about the various laws that govern student date privacy in California as well consent letters teachers can use to obtain parental permission for the use of tools that have not been approved.

For a summary of the student privacy laws that govern how student data is handled, click here.

Software and App Approval Process

For a CVUSD staff member to request an app, software, or website be approved for use, please submit the following form.  Prior to submitting a form, please check the appropriate app list:

If you are unsure of whether a software, website, or app may safe for students, review the best practices.

For a list of suggested apps and websites to use, visit this page.

Points of Contact

Dr. Jennifer Boone
(805) 497-9511 x388

Cindy Fullerton
Administrative Assistant
(805) 497-9511 x468

(805) 381-4981

Special thanks to the Ventura County Office of Education's e-Safety Committee Task Force and Fagen, Friedman, and Fulfrost for the resources used in building this informational page. 

Contact CVUSD

Contact CVUSD

Conejo Valley Unified School District
1400 E. Janss Rd.
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362


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Any issues or concerns must be filed in writing with the District’s Compliance Officer, Mr. Robert Iezza, Deputy Superintendent, Instructional Services, Conejo Valley Unified School District, 1400 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks, California 91362, Telephone: 805-497-9511, extension 238, Email: