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Undocumented Students and Families: The Facts

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Undocumented Students and Families: The Facts
In light of potential changes at the federal level, the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) and education law firm Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost have created a fact sheet with answers to key legal questions about undocumented students. This resource for administrators, teachers and parents is available here. 
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Big Tobacco Whistle Blower to Speak on Addiction at Free Event
In 1994 Dr. Victor J. DeNoble, a former research scientist for the tobacco industry, became the first “whistle-blower” to begin tearing down the wall of secrecy built by the tobacco industry. He was a key witness in the federal government’s case against the industry and testified before congress. Today, Dr. DeNoble continues to raise awareness of the highly addictive nature of tobacco and other drugs. On March 1, 2017, Dr. DeNoble will be in Ventura County giving an informat...
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Calabasas Wins Academic Decathlon, Oxnard Takes Second

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Calabasas Wins Academic Decathlon, Oxnard Takes Second
The Ventura County Office of Education is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2017 Ventura County Academic Decathlon is Calabasas High School’s A Team. Coming in second place is Oxnard High School’s A Team, followed by Oak Park High School’s A Team, which came in third. Oak Park High School’s A Team won the “Super Quiz” portion of the competition. The Academic Decathlon was held Saturday, February 4 and the winners were announced at a ceremony February ...
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Transition Fair for Students Graduating from Special Education
It's never too early to learn about resources for students with disabilities after high school. On March 11, help your high school student prepare for a quality adult life they envision by attending the 2016-17 Ventura County Annual Transition Fair. This is an opportunity for parents, teachers, care-providers and students in special education to learn about the process of transitioning to adult life and about the support available from various community and government agencies. Stop by this ...
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Focus on Education: Winter 2017 - Ventura County P-20 Council
From a three-year-old attending a neighborhood preschool to a college student seeking financial aid, Ventura County students of all ages benefit from an organization you may not have heard of. Find out how the Ventura County P-20 Council is uniting the community to enhance education in this edition of Focus on Education. Read it below or click here to view on your mobile device.     ...
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Drug and Alcohol Use Declines for Ventura County Students
Newly-released results of the 2015-16 California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) for Ventura County show many positive trends for local students. The use of alcohol, marijuana and cigarettes is down; drinking and driving is less prevalent; and fewer students report being bullied. However, the survey does illuminate some challenges facing some Ventura County kids. Hispanic students report feeling less safe at school and less connected to their schools than their white classmates. During the same pe...
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SWAT Team Spreads Holiday Cheer to Special Needs Kids

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SWAT Team Spreads Holiday Cheer to Special Needs Kids
Special needs students at the Phoenix-Los Nogales School in Camarillo got a big holiday surprise today when members of the Oxnard Police Department SWAT team arrived along with Santa to present them with holiday gifts. The gifts included new shoes donated by the New Balance Factory Store in the Camarillo Premium Outlets, toys provided by BG Solutions and shirts donated by Marquez Termite Control in Oxnard. Phoenix-Los Nogales paraeducator Becky Roberts first coordinated this holiday event six ye...
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2017 RtI2/MTSS Symposium & Gold Ribbon Schools Showcase
Don't miss the 10th Annual RtI2/MTSS Symposium and Gold Ribbon Schools Showcase coming Wednesday, February 1, 2017 to VCOE. This year’s presentations feature Gold Ribbon Schools and PBIS/CHAMPS exemplars and special guest Sanger Unified School District, who will share their signature practices. Additionally, Curriculum and Instruction content specialists will provide separate breakouts to address a variety of Common Core best practices. Topics will include: ...
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Moving Forward from November 8

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Moving Forward from November 8
The following opinion piece by Ventura County Superintendent of School Stan Mantooth appeared in the Ventura County Star on Sunday, November 20. Two days after the presidential election, nearly 1,000 high school students in Oxnard held peaceful demonstrations to express their fears and concerns. Like many students throughout our diverse county, they are feeling uncertainty about the future following a presidential campaign in which civility and compassion were in short supply. In exercising t...
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Free Resource Fair for Families of At-Risk Kids Jan. 25
Families of at-risk students are invited to the free "Agency 101" resource fair on January 25. The event brings social service providers together in one place to answer your questions about programs and services that can help students overcome their challenges and get back on track in school and in life. Stop by anytime from 1:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. to learn about community resources, fees, eligibility requirements, funding streams and more in these areas: • Prevention &bul...
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