Due to the high number of parent/student requests for the morning or “A” Cohort, the District will institute a lottery system for student placement, as an equal, or as near possible, distribution of students by cohort is necessary as school sites build schedules and assign classes and teachers. Therefore, the District will use a web based random number generator to accomplish this task.
CVUSD is proud to continue to provide students with Chromebook devices, upon request, as part of our Technology Department’s Technology Device Loaner Program to support Remote Learning in the 2020-2021 school year.
This is not an easy message to write. I, like so many of you, have been planning and hoping that our school district would be in a position to safely reopen all of our campuses on August 19th for our students and teachers to begin the 2020-2021 school year with the option for in-person teaching and learning. Our community relies on us. Our campuses provide safe places for students to spend their days, learn key skills and grow as well-rounded individuals. We recognize that there are countless benefits to students participating in on-campus learning. There is nothing we want more than to restore these physical communities of learning for our students. However, as parents, educators, community members and leaders, we know every decision we make includes risks and rewards. With the ongoing rise of COVID-19 cases, the health and safety of our students, staff, families and the broader Conejo community remains paramount. This health, safety and overall well-being of our community is something we cannot and will not take a gamble on.
Our SHINE Homeschool program offers a “future ready” personalized learning model to students in grades TK-12. If you are interested in learning more about SHINE - please check out this information webinar.
These last few weeks have been full of community engagement, in-depth conversations, planning, adjusting plans based on new guidelines, and planning some more. We’ve proudly engaged with students, staff, and families through surveys, committees, and countless phone calls and emails. Throughout those hours and days of collaboration and discussions, one thing was abundantly clear: there is no mistaking how much we all care for our community of learners, teachers and schools.