November 29, 2012 RSS feed / Schools

School board to vote on proposal to purchase new textbooks

CVUSD has been without new materials for 5 years due to budget cuts

After a five-year budgetinduced hiatus, Conejo Valley Unified School District may soon purchase language arts textbooks and materials for its 17 elementary schools.  On Tues., Nov. More...

High School Hi-Lights

Newbury Park Panthers Sat., Dec. 1: TEDx/college and career center/8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon., Dec. 3: Mock trial/3:30 to 5 p.m. More...

T.O. marching band wins battle in Moorpark

Group also snagsfirst place in Nevada

The Thousand Oaks High School Lancer Band ended its competitive season on Sat., Nov. More...

Pregnant teens get support, education in new program

Teen pregnancy is a reality in Ventura County.  More...

University to host robotics tournament

28 teams from local schools will compete

Fourth- through eighth-graders will compete at the FIRST Lego League Robotics Qualifying Tournament from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sun., Dec. More...

Human sundae

MESSY REWARD—Principal Amie Mills, right, holds up her end of the bargain to become a human hot fudge sundae after the Aspen Elementary School jogathon raised more than $25,000 for technology a More...

Elementary School accepting Toys for Tots

Glenwood Elementary School is running its annual Toys for Tots Drive through Mon., Dec. 10 at 1135 Windsor Drive, Thousand Oaks.  The U.S. Marines are helping to run the event, which will benefit underprivileged local children.  More...

Sequoia needs votes to win grant money

Sequoia Middle School has been nominated for the Clorox Power’s Bright Future grant and a chance to win $50,000. By voting online for the school from now until Wed., Dec. More...

Panthers go a-caroling

Groups of Newbury Park High School band students will visit Newbury Park neighborhoods and play holiday tunes for residents from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Dec. 8 and 21. Monetary donations are accepted but not required. More...