Jaron Micah Music “Hold Fast”

Jaron Micah Bundy is no ordinary seventeen-year-old teenager. While others have played video games and spent me in the pool, Jaron has been working on his debut EP titled “Hold Fast” which was released Friday, June 26 th. This refreshing worship music from a young local artist comes at a time when the world needs a little solace amidst such chaos. “Everyone has been impacted by these past few months,” Jaron says, “personally it’s been a trying time as I’ve sensed myself and others greatly need rays of hope among…

VCOE Statement on Potential Early Reopening of School Campuses – April 29, 2020

Ventura County Office of Education

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 29, 2020Dave SchermerDirector of CommunicationsVentura County Office of Education805-383-1922   dschermer@vcoe.org VCOE Statement on Potential Early Reopening of School Campuses – April 29, 2020 The California Department of Education today announced it is studying options for reopening school campuses after Governor Newsom suggested they could open as early as July or August. Many questions remain about the safety, fiscal and labor implications of reopening campuses before the traditional start of the next school year. For now, there has been no alteration to existing school calendars. The Ventura County…

CVUSD School Closure Update & Distance Learning Information

Conejo Valley Unified School District

Letter to Community from CVUSD on March 18, 2020 On March 17th and today, the California Department of Education issued new guidance based on the Governor’s Executive Order to assist schools facing closures during the COVID-19 pandemic. At this time, Governor Newsom has not mandated school closures, however in coordination with the Ventura County Office of Education, and with the best interest of the safety and well-being of our students, employees, and community in mind, all Conejo Valley Unified School District Schools will continue to be closed, and all co-curricular activities…

School Closures Extended Through May 1, 2020 for All Ventura County Districts

Ventura County Office of Education

Press Release Because of the continued risk to public health posed by the coronavirus, all school districts in Ventura County have extended their closures at least through Friday, May 1, 2020. The new target date to reopen is Monday, May 4, but that will depend on the circumstances at the time. Yesterday, California Governor Gavin Newsom advised parents to prepare for the possibility that schools may be closed through the summer break. While that could happen, we remain hopeful that conditions will improve enough to allow schools to reopen before the…

Ventura County School Districts Announce Closures Due to Coronavirus

Ventura County Office of Education

Closures to Begin Monday, March 16 Press Release: Ventura County Office of Education After careful consideration and consultation with Ventura County Public Health, all school districts in Ventura County have decided to close their schools for a limited period in response to the coronavirus. For most school districts, the closures will begin Monday, March 16 and continue through Friday, March 20.  Some districts have announced longer closures. The Moorpark Unified School District and the Simi Valley Unified School District will be closed from Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27.…

Ventura County Public Health COVID-19 Update 2020-03-14

Ventura County Public Health

2 Presumptive Positive Cases Announced Press Release March 13, 2020 Ventura, CA – Ventura County Public Health has announced two new presumptive positive COVID-19 cases: 1) The first case is a person who had traveled from Egypt. The person has had limited public contact and remains under home quarantine. 2) The second case is an 8-year-old child. The child was treated multiple times over the past month for an underlying condition. The child has not attended school for more than 14 days. The child is now being treated at a…

Lorena Caulfield Named CVUSD January 2020 Teacher of the Month

CVUSD Press Release Newbury Park High School educator Lorena Caulfield is a genuine example of why NPHS also stands for “Nice People High School.” She embodies every aspect of the school, and she has been influential in creating a positive culture on campus. Throughout her 18-year tenure at NPHS, she has taught Health, Spanish, Geography & Career Choices, Sports Medicine, ROP Sports Medicine, and ROP Medical Terminology. In collaboration with the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce, we are proud to recognize Ms. Caulfield as our January 2020 Teacher of…

Stacey Wasson Named December 2019 Teacher of the Month

Press Release Stacey Wasson is a veteran educator with a big vision for her students’ education. She possesses effortless insight to facilitate their learning, and exhibits a source of strong and gentle leadership in every aspect. We are proud to call her our December 2019 Teacher of the Month! Ms. Wasson is a Math/Algebra teacher at Redwood Middle School, where she has taught for the last 21 years. Her wisdom helps guide teachers and administrators to serve students best. She empowers students, parents, and teachers to confidently explore ideas and…