CVUSD Parents/Guardians are Invited to the April Workshop: Fostering Family Harmony

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Please join the CVUSD BreakThrough Student Assistance Program and the Conejo Schools Foundation for a presentation, "Fostering Family Harmony," by Shoshana Wheeler on Wednesday, April 13th at 6pm. In this presentation, we will look at at the difference between listening to reply, versus listening to understand. We will identify and practice solutions together in order to foster authentic connection within our families.

Help Shape the Future of CVUSD! Please Take Our 2022 LCAP Survey

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CVUSD families  are invited to help shape the future of Conejo Valley Unified School District by sharing your ideas, input and feedback with us via our 2022 CVUSD LCAP Family Survey. The input we receive from this important survey is critical to informing the important decisions we make each day in support of our CVUSD Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) goals.

Community Service Opportunity: Apply to Serve on the CVUSD Measure I Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee

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Conejo Valley Unified School District is seeking interested individuals to serve on its Independent Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee. The committee is charged with informing the public concerning the District’s expenditure of Measure I bond proceeds, reviewing expenditure reports, and preparation and presentation of an annual report. The committee meets at least once per year, but not more frequently than monthly. Applications are currently being accepted for three committee seats.

Congratulations, Aarshi of Sequoia Middle - Second Place Finisher in the Ventura County Spelling Bee!

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Congratulations to Aarshi C., a 7th grade scholar at Sequoia Middle School who earned second place in the annual SAGE Ventura County Spelling Bee. Aarshi was one of 79 spellers from Ventura County schools to participate in the 2022, virtual competition. 

A New "Pi-Recitation" Champion Reigns at Sycamore Canyon School

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Each year Sycamore Canyon School celebrates March 14th, also known as Pi Day, with a friendly quest to see how many digits of Pi students in grades 6-8 can memorize with the hope of becoming the school's new "Pi Recitation Champion!" This year an incredible new Sycamore Canyon record was set by 8th grade student Kimi who accurately recited 2,048 digits of Pi. Pi is the ratio of the circumference of any circle to the diameter of that circle - it is an irrational number (meaning in decimal form it does not end) and it is not repetitive in nature.