CVUSD’s Post-Secondary Program Announces New Name: Conejo Oaks Academy
With support and engagement from key stakeholders, Conejo Valley Unified School District’s Post-Secondary Program will unveil a new program name: Conejo Oaks Academy. Current post-secondary students, families and staff selected the name through a survey, which included the top five name options submitted by stakeholders. An official dedication ceremony for the new name will take place on Thursday, June 10th at 9am, as part of the program’s graduation event.
CVUSD proudly offers a Post-Secondary Program for students ages 18 through 22 who are in transition and present with significant learning, adaptive and language needs who are working towards a certificate of completion. This Program provides support to students who are transitioning from high school to adult life through classroom and community-based experiences. The program provides specialized academic instruction in functional academic skills, communication skills, life skills, and vocational education to meet students’ unique and individual needs.
The Post-Secondary Program’s new name of Conejo Oaks Academy aims to bolster the program’s identity and increase pride amongst students, staff and stakeholders. Along with a new name, the Conejo Oaks Academy will also receive a brand new program logo featuring its new name.
“This new name is a meaningful one,” said Shane Craven, Coordinator of Special Education. “Our hope is that the name will be a valued addition to the program’s ongoing legacy of making a positive impact for the students, families and community it serves.”