6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Cybersmart Information Night for Elementary Parents
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Pathways Committee Meeting
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Faculty Advisory Council Meeting
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM Facilities Committee Meeting
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Board of Education Meeting
SAVE THE DATE! If you are a parent of elementary school children, you'll want to attend this informative, eye-opening Information Night at the LVUSD District Office on Tuesday, October 25 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. A District Media Specialist and a member of the Lost Hills Sherriff's Department Juvenile Intervention Team will discuss digital citizenship, online safety, and other issues that concern parents of plugged-in kids.
UPDATE: 10/26 meeting moved to Calabasas High! See inside...For parents of 5th grade students: LVUSD middle schools offer English Language Arts and Social Studies Honors classes at each of our middle school campuses. In addition, we offer an option of a self-contained gifted classroom at A.E. Wright Middle School for qualified students from around the district. To help fifth-grade parents better understand options for LVUSD 6th grade students, we will be holding two informational meetings.
We will be hosting a parent information meeting about the new standards based report cards for elementary students. For parents who are interested in learning more about the new report cards and may have missed the school site meetings or were unable to attend, this meeting has been scheduled for the evening of November 3rd at 6:00 PM at the district office: 4111 N. Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas, CA 91302.
Carrie Trupp, who teaches eighth grade math at A. E. Wright Middle School, was recognized by the Los Angeles County Office of Education as a 2016-2017 Teacher of the Year. Sixteen educators throughout Los Angeles county were chosen by judging panels from 73 contestants from a total pool of around 72,000 local teachers. These 16 men and women automatically advance to become finalists in the California state teacher of the year, which names
Las Virgenes Unified School District is implementing standards-based report cards for students in Kindergarten through fifth grade. At the October 18 Board of Education meeting, the new report card format for elementary schools was presented by Assistant Superintendent of Education Dr. Clara Finneran and Ryan Gleason, Director of Secondary Education.
Did you know experts no longer recommend that you stand in a doorway during an earthquake? Instead, they advise Drop, Cover, and Hold On! Students in LVUSD will be up to date and prepared for action in the event of an earthquake after The Great Shakeout, a worldwide event aimed at practicing earthquake drills and getting ready for an emergency.
The Mission of the Las Virgenes Unified School District is to ensure that all programs are dedicated toward enhancing student achievement and that each school is a humanistic organization, valuing students emotionally and academically, providing the highest quality education possible in a personalized environment. We aspire to enable each student to realize maximum potential as a responsible citizen who will enhance the community and society.