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Superintendent's Message: Today's Student-Led Activities

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Dear Conejo Families:

Today many students across the Conejo participated in student-led action events to honor the Parkland community. Our students demonstrated their leadership, and teamwork in working with school site administrators and teachers to plan respectful, structured student-led action events.

Some of the activities our students had the opportunity to partake in, included:

  • Signing banners to be sent to Parkland
  • Participating in “Deliberate Random Acts of Kindness”
  • Signing up for student clubs whose goal is to promote inclusivity
  • Honoring the Parkland victims by reading their names, and sharing details about their personal stories, and school involvement
  • Hanging posters to encourage their peers to make 17 positive changes, get to know 17 more people, make 17 more people visible by getting to know their name, etc. in honor of the 17 individuals who lost their lives in Parkland

We commend our students, teachers, and administrators for leading thoughtful, and responsible dialogue and actions.

Moving forward – as always - our number one responsibility is education, and our top priority is safety. Dr. Victor Hayek, Assistant Superintendent of Business Services recently gave a Safety and Security Update of CVUSD schools at the regularly scheduled Meeting of the Board of Education for the Conejo Valley Unified School District on Tuesday, March 6th. If you are interested in watching or learning more about this presentation please, click here.

Thank you for your continued support of the Conejo Valley Unified School District - we are proud to serve your family.



Mark McLaughlin

Dr. Mark McLaughlin


Conejo Valley Unified School District

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