This Week in LVUSD
Week of January 28, 2019
Reminder: No School on Monday January 28th
On Monday January 28th, LVUSD schools will be closed as our staff participates in a Staff Development Day at their school sites and our District office. Teachers and staff will be engaged in collaborative learning around items including school safety, student wellness, our new English Language Arts adoption, as well as implementing instructional practices that best meet the needs of all students. LVUSD remains a top performing district by supporting all teachers with five days of professional development annually.
We wish you a restful and relaxing weekend and look forward to welcoming students back to LVUSD schools on Tuesday, January 29th.
LVUSD Launches Breathe Clean Week on January 29th
Through a $1,000,000 Proposition 56 Grant received by LVUSD, our Deans of Student Safety and Wellness have been working with the community to promote a healthier lifestyle for students everyday. Our Breathe Clean Campaign was designed by students to spread awareness about the dangers of e-cigarettes, vaping and tobacco products.
Through our campaign, we want each and every student to feel empowered to make good choices about vaping and e-cigarette usage. Posters, pledges, and more will come to our secondary school campuses this week. For more information, visit community360.me.
Tickets Still Available: How to Raise an Adult
LVUSD Community 360 Spring 2019 Series Books available at Barnes and Noble
Get Tickets Now: Saturday June 1st
On Saturday, June 1st, the Calabasas Civic Center, located in the heart of Calabasas, will be transformed into a sophisticated block-party setting under the stars, featuring chic dining and lounge areas throughout the gorgeous courtyard and tree-lined streets.
Guests will enjoy tastings from premier local restaurants and wineries while perusing must-have, one-of-a-kind auction items. The soiree will include a beer garden featuring local craft breweries and the evening will culminate with a live concert performance that will literally had guests dancing in the street! With over 1,000 guests from Hidden Hills to Westlake Village, it's the perfect opportunity to spend time with friends and new faces while celebrating our extraordinary Las Virgenes community.
Please consider attending and donating to the LVUSD Foundation. Our events and many mental health initiatives are supported through their efforts. More information can be found here: CLICK HERE.