To help your kids use digital tools and social media wisely, lead by example. Check out these resources from LVSUD and Common Sense Media.
Student art contenst winners are displayed for a limited time in the LVMWD office atrium. These young artists interpreted the water conservation theme "Water Is Life" in colorfully detailed drawings.
This week, we join the California Department of Education (CDE), the California State Library, and Common Sense Media in celebrating Digital Citizenship Week.
It's finals week for secondary schools in LVUSD, whose semester ends this Friday. Schools offer study sessions, stress breaks, even therapy dogs on campus. Advice for best results? Get plenty of rest.
Are you watching kids scroll through life, with their rapid-fire thumbs and a six-second attention span? Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age explores how tech time impacts kids’ development and offers solutions on how adults can empower kids to best navigate the digital world and find balance. Click "Read More" to view the trailer and reserve your seats!
Buttercup Preschool's expert educators and specialists gave a special presentation about their school, where a diverse population of children can play, grow, and learn together in a safe, and supportive learning environment.
Agoura High School students handle almost every aspect of the production "Carrie: the Musical" at the black box theater in the Agoura Performing Arts and Education Center. The sold-out 5-show run, a fundraiser for the AHS drama club, features powerful performances and passionate behind-the-scenes support.
Open to all LVUSD families: Join us for the next installment in our parent education series. Managing teenagers today can be as challenging as ever. Add in social media and digital resources, and many parents get confused and overwhelmed. Come to A.C. Stelle Middle School in Calabasas where we will discuss these challenges and discover solutions.
STEM and STEAM students in middle school and high school are invited to participate in a 20% project. In November, students who are developing startup business ideas as part of this program came to the LVUSD district office and presented their ideas to a panel of judges in front of their parents, teachers, and other community members.
We recently introduced a free smartphone app (available for iOS and Android devices) that will keep you up to date and in touch with LVUSD schools and your students' information. Read more to see how nifty and convenient this app can truly be!