After years of planning, the Los Cerritos Middle School Measure I Modernization Project will officially commence on Thursday, April 15th. It is anticipated that this project, which will transform the exterior of the campus, will be completed in December 2021.
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.
Registration for Fall 2021 CVUSD Child Care begins April 1st for families who currently have a student(s) enrolled in Child Care, and begins on April 13th at 7:30am for new families. Child Care is available to students in grades TK to 5th grade, Monday through Friday from 7:00am to 6:00pm at elementary school sites.
On Tuesday, March 23rd, CVUSD's BreakThrough Student Assistance Program and the Conejo Schools Foundation hosted an online workshop - "Marijuana: What You Need to Know." Presentations were given by professionals from Los Robles Regional Medical Center, Ventura County Behavioral Health and the Thousand Oaks Police Department. This workshop was open to all CVUSD parents/guardians and students 12 years of age and older. A recording of the presentation is available to watch by clicking "Read More" below.
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!" A banner even hangs in the school's gymnasium displaying over 15 years worth of student names - who all successfully named the most digits of Pi that year. This year an incredible new record was set.