Parents, youth ages 12+, educators and community members are invited to attend Dr. Victor J. DeNoble's presentation, "Addiction and the Brain." This no cost event will take place on Thursday, March 21st from 6:30pm to 7:45pm at the University Center (2801 Atlas Avenue). Attend this event to learn valuable information about the biology of addiction as it relates to youth and families.
Join us for the March Parent/Guardian Education & Workshop Event on Thursday, March 28th from 7pm to 8:30pm where two local parenting and teen experts, Robert Scholz, LMFT and Dr. Cara Kiff, will help you walk away with new strategies on how to better understand and communicate with your child. Whether your relationship is currently strained with your child or you’d just like to learn how to make an already good relationship better, this presentation is sure to offer you something to take and implement in your parent-child relationship.
Please find the following tips and advice from National Online Safety regarding internet best practice for families.
CVUSD’s new Conejo Closet seeks to assist CVUSD families in need by providing toiletries, personal care items, school supplies, and clothing, free of charge. The Conejo Closet is spearheaded by the District’s Student Support Services Department, and has been connecting families with material items of need since November of 2018.
Help students in special education (ages 15-22 years old) prepare for the quality adult life they envision. This Spring Transition Fair on Saturday, March 9th, presented by the Ventura County Transition Project and the Ventura County SELPA, is for students, parents, teachers, and care providers to learn about the transition-to-adult life process and meet local agency representatives.