Congratulations to Newbury Park High School's Jill Magnante, CVUSD's June Teacher of the Month!

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Congratulations to Newbury Park High School’s Jill Magnante, CVUSD’s June Teacher of the Month! The Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Conejo Valley Unified School District are pleased to honor Ms. Magnante, who has taught English at NPHS for 5 years and was previously at Sycamore Canyon School for 9 years. 

EARTHS Magnet Holds 1st Annual Earths/Kindness Festival

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EARTHS Magnet held their first annual Earth/Kindness Day Festival today during their lunch hour. The event was run by Thousand Oaks High School’s ASB, running different stations focusing on kindness. ASB serves the Lancer community by organizing events and activities for the student body. Students participated in a variety of fun-filled activities from planting seeds of kindness to writing kindness chalk quotes!

Reality Party for Parents

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Conejo Valley Unified School District and the Thousand Oaks Police Department, along with other community partners, have organized a “Reality Party for Parents” exposing today’s teen party culture. At this “Reality Party,” on Saturday, April 27th, parents will tour a local Conejo Valley home set up to portray a teen party with youth actors voicing concerns expressed by local teens and young adults. The event is designed to show adults how they can change these dangerous social norms.

 

 

CVUSD Spotlight for April: Educators, Staff & Students Highlighted by YOU!

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At the start of this month we launched an online submission form where you can share information with us about a CVUSD educator, administrator, staff member, student, student group, club, team or community partnership that has made a special impact on you or your student. It’s called “Shine a Spotlight,” and we are proud to share some of the submissions we have received this month.

Congratulations to Mr. Alfaro on his 30th anniversary at Walnut Elementary!

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Our amazing custodian, Mr. Alfaro, started working at Walnut in April of 1989. He has been at Walnut longer than any other employee! Staff and students surprised him on April 1st at Wildcat Pride Assembly for his 30th anniversary with the school. He was presented with a cake, gift, celebration banners, and a video featuring staff, students, and alumni. The theme was, "Be Like Mr. Alfaro!"—dedicated, caring, responsible, and always looking for ways to help others. 
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