As we look ahead, we understand that at the forefront of CVUSD families’ and staff members’ minds is when our schools will reopen and what the new safety and health protocols on campus will look like. To assist with preparing families and students for what a future return to campus may look like, and the new safety guidelines that will be in place we created a Health & Safety Video and comprehensive School Opening & Safety Plan.
Students supporting students is at the center of CVUSD's Online Tutoring Program. First launched in May, this FREE program now gives families of elementary school students and middle school students the opportunity to schedule tutoring appointments with CVUSD high school students. Tutoring sessions are available in a variety of different subject areas, with each appointment ranging from 30-45 minutes in length.
The Conejo Valley Unified School District is proud to offer an expanded version of its traditional Child Care program for elementary students. There are currently spaces available for students in TK to 5th grade to enroll in the CVUSD Child Care program, which is offered Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 6:00 pm at CVUSD elementary school sites.
National Hispanic Heritage Month began as a week-long observance in 1968, expanded to a month-long observance in 1988 and was enacted into law that same year on the approval of Public Law 100-402. National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated nationwide from September 15 to October 15 to honor the contributions of Hispanic Americans. At the Tuesday, September 1st Board of Education meeting Resolution #20/21-01 for National Hispanic Heritage Month was adopted.
On Monday, August 31, 2020, the USDA extended the waiver to permit all children ages 2-18 years of age to receive school meals at no charge through December 31, 2020. This means our Child Nutrition team will be serving FREE meals at CVUSD school sites, and designated locations across the Conejo beginning Monday, August 31st.