Dear Parents, We are continually updating and adding new resources to our Parent Resources for Online Learning, and have decided to move them to a new easier-to-use site. There you will find resources organized by grade level and topic in a simpler format. To view the new site, you may go to the Parent menu above and select Parent Resources for Online Learning
Dear LVUSD Parents, As I shared in my video message yesterday, LVUSD continues in its commitment to you and the learning, connection, and well-being of your students. In accordance with this approach, as well as the recommendations from state and local authorities, LVUSD is officially extending our distance learning until Friday, May 1st with the hope of a possible return to school on Monday, May 4th. The current modeling of COVID-19 suggests that we need to plan for potential distance learning even beyond that date, but the situation is evolving quickly and we want to be prudent in our monitoring and dismissal decisions. I will continue to send you updates and keep you informed on the latest information.
Dear LVUSD Families, I hope that this message finds you doing well as we prepare for significant changes in our daily lives. Maintaining some sense of community is going to become critically important in the days and weeks ahead for all of our wellbeing. The entire LVUSD team is hard at work creating plans and resources for your children and you. We’ll have much more information in the coming days. Our team wanted to offer the following recommendations as we start the week:
The Agoura High Studio Jazz Ensemble, directed by Chad Bloom, has been accepted to Jazz at Lincoln Center's 25th Anniversary of the Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Competition, May 7-9 in New York City.
We wish our Class of 2019 all the best as they venture off to over 230 colleges in five countries, 42 states, and the Army, Navy, and Air Force academies! Click here to see where LVUSD students will be attending college next year.
LVUSD is proud to announce our #LVReads 2019 Summer Reading Program for all students in Grades P-12. The program’s main goal is to create confident and capable readers who find JOY in reading. A very SPECIAL thank you to Tina Johnson and Lauren Walsh for all of their hard work and dedication in creating this wonderful initiative. Click here to read more!
Las Virgenes Unified School District is committed to student safety and well being.
We have several job openings in LVUSD! Click here to find meaningful work that support our students. Full time or part time, for educators and support staff - excellent healthcare and retirement benefits offered.
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.