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Conejo Valley | Student trustee discusses role of psychologists and mental health service

Conejo Valley | Student trustee discusses role of psychologists and mental health service

By Michael Hernandez   THOUSAND OAKS—Conejo Valley Unified School District student trustee Jordan Scott (Westlake High School senior) spoke first during board comments on the role school psychologists have on campus and whether schools had the proper support for mental health. “Is the school psychologist advertised on campus?  Is there proper support for mental health?  […]

Judge Rejects California’s Attempt to Shut Down Christian Boarding School

Judge Rejects California’s Attempt to Shut Down Christian Boarding School

Redding, CA—A Christian boarding school in Northern California won a reprieve in court today against the State of California’s ideologically-driven efforts to shut it down. The dispute centers on the State’s unilaterally re-labeling of the school as a “community care facility.” That label would force the school into heavy regulation by the State’s Department of […]

Parents In Southern California Demand School Board Declare District a Sanctuary Community For Parental Rights

Parents In Southern California Demand School Board Declare District a Sanctuary Community For Parental Rights

By Michelle Mears, “If there is risk to vaccines, then there must a choice.” Hundreds of residents in a Southern California community swarmed a school board meeting Thursday night to speak out about the loss of parental rights in schools. Anxious parents, many with children in tow, students, pastors and doctors demanded the Murrieta Unified School […]

Pressure mounts on Gov. Newsom to fix education funding for English learners

Pressure mounts on Gov. Newsom to fix education funding for English learners

By Chris Reed A scathing audit on school funding that found the state did not meet promises made six years ago to help English language learners, foster children and students from poor families sets up a 2020 test of the clout of the California Teachers Association and the California Federation of Teachers – and of the willingness […]

See the Winning Logos for Ventura County Academic Competitions

See the Winning Logos for Ventura County Academic Competitions

The Ventura County Office of Education is pleased to announce the winners of logo design contests for the 2020 Academic Decathlon, Mock Trial and Science Fair. Nearly 150 middle and high school students from throughout Ventura County submitted entries for the contests. The winning design for the Academic Decathlon logo came from Morgan Conway, a […]

Conejo Valley Unified School District touts Post-Secondary Program; Board reflects on last year events

Conejo Valley Unified School District touts Post-Secondary Program; Board reflects on last year events

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—Dr. Lisa Miller, Conejo Valley Unified School District Assistant Superintendent Student Services touted the Post-Secondary Program offered to 36 students (18-22 years old) in three self-contained classrooms at the Conejo Valley Adult School campus.  The Post-Secondary Program provides academic instruction for special education students in transition from high school to adult […]

7-Year-Old Whose Mother Tried To Transition Him To A Girl Reportedly Attends School As A Boy

7-Year-Old Whose Mother Tried To Transition Him To A Girl Reportedly Attends School As A Boy

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter . A 7-year-old boy whose mother attempted to transition him to a girl reportedly attended school as a boy Monday. A judge ruled Oct. 24 that parents Anne Georgulas and Jeff Younger have joint custody over their son James Younger and that the father has a say in whether […]

Ventura County Community College District | 50th Anniversary Extended Opportunity Program and Services

Ventura County Community College District | 50th Anniversary Extended Opportunity Program and Services

The Ventura County Community College District and its campuses are joining community colleges throughout the state in celebrating the 50th anniversary of Senate Bill 164 (Alquist-September 4, 1969). The Bill legislated the creation of Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS). Since 1969, EOPS has guided, advised and assisted millions of low-income, first-generation, historically underrepresented college […]

Aspen Institute Names Moorpark College as a Top 150 U.S. Community College Eligible for 2021 Aspen Prize

Aspen Institute Names Moorpark College as a Top 150 U.S. Community College Eligible for 2021 Aspen Prize

The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program has named Moorpark College as one of 150 community colleges nationwide eligible to compete for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, the nation’s signature recognition of high achievement and performance among America’s community colleges. Based on strong and improving student outcomes—including learning, completion rates, employment rates […]

Constitution Alive Event – Last Class this Thursday!

Constitution Alive Event – Last Class this Thursday!

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