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Student Creativity Shines at Hackathon by the Sea

Student Creativity Shines at Hackathon by the Sea

Helping immigrants assimilate, combatting heart disease and saving marine life are some of the issues addressed through new technology created by Ventura County high school students at the third annual Hackathon by the Sea. Last weekend in Camarillo, 157 students spent an entire night creating and coding apps and games with the assistance of more […]

Reagan Leadership Summit Trailblazing and Bridge Building

Reagan Leadership Summit Trailblazing and Bridge Building

  Discover Your Leadership Journey at our popular student leadership event for college and high school students.    2019 Theme: TRAILBLAZING AND BRIDGE BUILDING Featuring innovative leaders who have forged their own paths   Join us for our highly anticipated event featuring keynote speakers whose infectious energy and passion for leadership will inspire your personal and […]

Conejo Valley Unified, We hear you | School district politics driving away people of faith

Conejo Valley Unified, We hear you | School district politics driving away people of faith

    By Tony Dolz The U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment in the Bill of Rights protects our right to practice our faith and to express our beliefs. All U.S. laws are based on authority and restrictions imposed by the Constitution. Federal law supersedes state laws and this is known as the Supremacy Clause. The Founders […]

Vouchers are not such a bad idea

Vouchers are not such a bad idea

    By William Hicks I read with interest Jon Cummings’ letter titled “Public education maligned.” I too was at the Aug. 10 CVUSD meeting. I agree that public education was maligned, but for justifiable reasons. As I see it, at least 50% of the people attending the meeting were in favor of Sandee Everett […]

Planned Parenthood ‘Grooms’ Girls For Abortions Using Sex Ed, Former Sex Educator Says

Planned Parenthood ‘Grooms’ Girls For Abortions Using Sex Ed, Former Sex Educator Says

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter   Former sex educator Monica Cline told the Daily Caller News Foundation that Planned Parenthood “grooms” children for abortion. Cline worked as a sexual health education instructor with Planned Parenthood for ten years. Planned Parenthood taught her to teach children about every type of sexual activity, she says, because […]

Oxnard Third Graders Learn About Fish Passage from United Water Staff Rio del Sol

Oxnard Third Graders Learn About Fish Passage from United Water Staff Rio del Sol

Third graders and potential future scientists from Rio del Sol Elementary School in Oxnard have spent the year studying habitat in the Santa Clara River; specifically, steelhead trout. As part of their project-based learning curriculum, 60 third-grade students visited United Water Conservation District’s Freeman Diversion facility, followed by a classroom visit from United Water Conservation […]

Ventura College Foundation Marketplace Looks To Expand Number Of Saturday Produce and Prepacked Food Vendors

Ventura College Foundation Marketplace Looks To Expand Number Of Saturday Produce and Prepacked Food Vendors

Ventura, Calif.—The Ventura College Foundation Marketplace, which operates every Saturday and Sunday on the Ventura College campus, is looking to expand the number of Saturday produce and pre-packaged food vendors. The Marketplace attracts between 2,000 and 5,000 visitors each weekend. “The Marketplace sells all types of fruits and vegetables,” says Esmeralda Juarez, Marketplace supervisor. “Some […]

Conejo Open Space Foundation announces five grand prize winners

Conejo Open Space Foundation announces five grand prize winners

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—Conejo Open Space Foundation board member Elayne Haggan  presented the City Council the five Grand Prize Winners selected from Conejo Valley Unified School District students for its annual writing contest. “This year, 1,101 Conejo Valley fourth graders attended Trails Education Days,” said Haggan, who also serves as Trails Education Days coordinator.  […]

Conejo Valley USD School Board Bullying

Conejo Valley USD School Board Bullying

    By Tony Dolz Let parents parent.  Let school board members serve, not bully. Faced with school policies that they do not like, parents choose the best school for their children.   Parents have already pulled 22% of students out of district public schools and put them in private schools, home-schooled or fled the district. Do […]

Graduating students of the Resident Leadership Academy celebrate spirit of community through local change

Graduating students of the Resident Leadership Academy celebrate spirit of community through local change

(Ventura County, CA) –Ventura County’s Resident Leadership Academy (RLA), a program that empowers residents to make positive changes, will honor 16 graduating students this Thursday, April 4, during a commencement ceremony at 978 E Main St, in Santa Paula. Sponsored by Ventura County Public Health (VCPH), the Ventura County RLA is a 10-session comprehensive curriculum […]

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