Celebrating differences, kindness, and acceptance is at the heart of Banyan Elementary School’s Abilities Awareness Week. Taking place from January 24th through January 31st, this annual, weeklong program gives students at every grade level a hands on experience in what it would be like to have disabilities, or different abilities.
Sue Miller exhibits enthusiasm, love, and passion for teaching students. She is an innovator, problem solver, and a dynamic member of Aspen’s leadership team, and we are proud to honor her as our February 2020 Teacher of the Month.
Inclusion, engagement, and fun are at the center of Thousand Oaks High School, Newbury Park High School and Westlake High School’s second year of Unified Sports Leagues. With the success of last year’s Unified Basketball League – students at each school site had the opportunity to vote for three Unified Sports Leagues to participate in this year. By popular demand, students will be taking part in a fall kickball league, winter basketball league, and spring soccer league.
School Counselors reduce barriers to learning and provide the support necessary for all students to achieve at the highest level possible. CVUSD is proud to celebrate its School Counselors' invaluable contributions to the District's TK-12 students during National School Counseling Week on February 3rd through February 7th.
Conejo Valley Unified School District is currently accepting applications for the Student District Advisory Committee (SDAC) for the 2020-2021 school year. The Student District Advisory Council (SDAC) is made up of a number of students from each CVUSD high school site. SDAC members meet every other month with CVUSD Assistant Superintendents and Directors to discuss policies, events and important topics concerning the district. If high school students would like to learn more about serving on SDAC during the 2020-2021 school year, applications are now available from school site administrators.