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Mask Guidance for the 2021-22 School Year

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Mask Guidance for the 2021-22 School Year
To help clear up any confusion regarding the California Department of Public Health's (CDPH)  guidance around mask-wearing at schools, the Ventura County Office of Education is providing the below flyers in English and Spanish. They aim to clarify when masks will be required for students an...
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Ethnic Studies in Ventura County Schools

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Ethnic Studies in Ventura County Schools
With some Ventura County school districts already offering ethnic studies, and others considering developing courses, the Ventura County Office of Education is sharing these questions and answers about ethnic studies.
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Combatting Teen Vaping is Focus of New Website
The Ventura County Office of Education has launched a new website called The Triple Threat to Teen Health that’s aimed at combatting the serious problem of teen vaping. The website is available in English and Spanish at vaping.vcoe.org. “While many may think vaping is a safer alternative...
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Getting Young People Involved in Politics is a Driving Force for this Grad
 This story is part of a series of profiles the Ventura County Office of Education is presenting about outstanding graduating seniors in the Class of 2021.While many Americans are turned off by the divisive state of our nation’s politics, Alex Edgar is trying to do something about it...
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Student with Autism Says Her Teachers Made All the Difference
 This story is part of a series of profiles the Ventura County Office of Education is presenting about outstanding graduating seniors in the Class of 2021.Carissa Llamas has a bright smile that lights up the room. She’s a confident speaker who has no trouble expressing herself. And s...
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Stanford-Bound Grad Celebrates Earning His Diploma and His Citizenship
 This story is part of a series of profiles the Ventura County Office of Education is presenting about outstanding graduating seniors in the Class of 2021.Carlos Alcantar has a lot to celebrate. In addition to graduating as Buena High School’s valedictorian with a 4.75 grade point av...
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The Ventura County Class of 2021 Impresses and Inspires Amid Pandemic Challenges
High school students in the graduating class of 2021 have shown incredible resilience and perseverance throughout the pandemic. They’ve adapted to distance learning and social distancing and the strange realities of returning to school during a global health emergency.
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Helping Others is Second Nature for this Star Senior
 This story is part of a series of profiles the Ventura County Office of Education is presenting about outstanding graduating seniors in the Class of 2021.Some students give back to their communities by providing holiday gifts for families in need. Others volunteer at animal shelters or fo...
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After Battling Cancer, He Wants to Help Other Kids Beat the Disease
 This story is part of a series of profiles the Ventura County Office of Education is presenting about outstanding graduating seniors in the Class of 2021.When Andres Casas started feeling unusual pain in his legs during his freshman year, he never could have imagined it was cancer. He was...
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Meet the 2021 Ventura County Teacher of the Year
Dr. César Morales, Ventura County Superintendent of Schools, is pleased to announce that Mia Rogers from Glen City Elementary School in the Santa Paula Unified School District (SPUSD) is the 2021 Ventura County Teacher of the Year. Rogers and her students found out about the honor today when ...
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