2017-02-16 / Schools

With OPEN Arms

Leadership conference helps teens with team building


SCHOOL SPIRIT—Colina Middle School students belt out their Cougar cheer at the start of thefifth annual CVUSD Leadership Conference on Feb. 6 at Thousand Oaks High School. Each participating school was represented with a cheer to kick off the program, which featured nearly 250 middle school students participating in team building/ brainstorming sessions, run by the high school students, to help strengthen their home schools’ student-leadership programs. At left, CVUSD Superintendent Ann Bonitatibus speaks at the conference. SCHOOL SPIRIT—Colina Middle School students belt out their Cougar cheer at the start of thefifth annual CVUSD Leadership Conference on Feb. 6 at Thousand Oaks High School. Each participating school was represented with a cheer to kick off the program, which featured nearly 250 middle school students participating in team building/ brainstorming sessions, run by the high school students, to help strengthen their home schools’ student-leadership programs. At left, CVUSD Superintendent Ann Bonitatibus speaks at the conference.


WORKING TOGETHER—Twelve-year-old Los Cerritos students, from left, Ava Basile, Jacob Poley and Andy Banuelos take part in a team-building exercise. 
Photos by DIANNE AVERY/Acorn Newspapers WORKING TOGETHER—Twelve-year-old Los Cerritos students, from left, Ava Basile, Jacob Poley and Andy Banuelos take part in a team-building exercise. Photos by DIANNE AVERY/Acorn Newspapers

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