The week of December 6-10, 2021 is National Inclusive Schools Week. All year through, but especially this week, CVUSD celebrates our commitment to providing supportive and quality education to ALL students. We recognize each child is unique and when differences are celebrated, a community of inclusivity, kindness and respect results, which enhances learning for all.
CDE is pleased to share that starting December 1, myON digital library and news articles can be accessed for FREE by all pre-K to grade 12 students in California for two months. All books downloaded during this time are able to be kept and accessed afterwards. As part of State Superintendent Tony Thurmond's literacy initiative, the CDE has partnered with Renaissance Learning to ensure that every California student can access thousands of reading resources from 12/1/21 to 1/31/2022.
CVUSD parents/guardians are invited to join the District’s Instructional Services team for a scheduled virtual Preview Night on Tuesday, December 7, 2021 to review the updated Human Growth and Development videos for grades 4-6 that are to be brought before the CVUSD Board of Education for possible approval on December 14, 2021.
In honor of National Inclusive Schools Week (December 6-10), Conejo Valley Unified School District would like to recognize five Inclusion Heroes at the December 14, 2021 Board of Education meeting. An Inclusion Hero is an individual who has a passion for ensuring all students have access and opportunity - and who turns this passion into action by modeling inclusivity in their day to day work. Nominate a teacher, staff member or administrator in recognition of their dedication to creating a community of inclusivity, kindness, and respect, which enhances learning for ALL students by completing the online nomination form by Friday, December 3, 2021 at 5pm.
An “out of this world” addition lands at Ladera STARS Academy this Friday, November 12, 2021 at 8:30am with a special Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the magnet school’s new space themed playground! The playground was designed with a “space age” vibe in mind, and includes a new RecWest Hedra design, which is not only beautiful, but also created to be accessible for students with many abilities and differing needs.