A National Geographic producer who attended A.E. Wright Middle School saw something surprising when filming a documentary in Mosul
Starting this fall, high school students can take college classes for free, right on their own campuses!
LVUSD was named a Green Ribbon district, in recognition of the efforts by our entire community to recycle, reduce waste, and other measures to improve the sustainability of our environment.
What happens when there's an illness outbreak at a school? With the recent chickenpox cases at Mariposa in Agoura Hills, many people have questions. Click "read more" to learn about LVUSD's procedures.
The Special Education Extended School Year Calendar has been posted. Packets were mailed out during spring break, but we have posted the schedule for your convenience here in the Pupil Services section.
The Las Virgenes Unified School District is seeking applicants, who reside within the district’s attendance area, to serve on the District’s Curriculum Council. Three positions are available, each for a two-year term ending June 2019. This is a volunteer position. Applicants do not necessarily need to be teachers or former teachers. A college degree is not a necessity. It is more important that people have a strong interest in curriculum and instruction in the school district.
Nicole Scheppers will step into the role of Assistant Principal at the middle school. The current assistant principal, Liberty Logan, will be the principal at Sumac L-STEM Elementary School in Agoura Hills next school year.
The Lindero Canyon Middle School Jazz "A" band traveled to Reno, NV to compete in the 55th Annual Reno Jazz Festival and wound up taking the top prize for middle schools.