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Westlake High School Wins Academic Decathlon, Oak Park Second
The Ventura County Office of Education is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2016 Ventura County Academic Decathlon is Westlake High School. This is Westlake’s fifth consecutive victory. Oak Park High School came in second place, and third place went to Moorpark High School. Oak Park H...
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Come Experience the Drama of Mock Trial this Week
More than two dozen local high schools will field 32 teams in the Ventura County Mock Trial competition, which begins Monday in Ventura. Students will take on the major roles of a criminal court case, including attorneys, witnesses and even bailiffs. The students will present their cases before actu...
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Career Ed Center Instructors Help Reveal Why Whales Breach
The breach of a whale above the surface of the ocean is one of the majesties of nature and also one of its greatest mysteries…until now. Two VCOE Career Education Center instructors were part of a CSU Channel Islands study that revealed the reason whales breach. Brothers Alan and Ryan Jaeger operat...
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VCOE Employees Honored for up to 40 Years of Service
At its annual All Staff Gathering, VCOE proudly honored employees who have been with the organization for five years or more. Maintenance worker Richard Perez was the longest serving employee to be recognized, with 40 years of employment at VCOE. Superintendent Stan Mantooth expressed his gratitude ...
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Free Hearing Loss Program for Families Begins Feb. 29
Hearing Conservation and Audiology Services at VCOE is thrilled to again offer HEAR for Families, a program providing engaging hearing education and resources for families of students with hearing loss. Through this program, families will gain essential knowledge in promoting their child’s best use...
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Focus on Education: Winter 2016 - Social & Emotional Well-being
A tragic series of student suicides is highlighting the importance of addressing the social and emotional needs of our kids. In this edition of Focus on Education, find out how local educators are taking act...
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Dual Language Programs Focus of Feb. 5 Workshop
Thinking of creating a new dual language program or looking for ideas to enhance an existing one? Then the 2016 Dual Language Institute at VCOE is for you! There will be break-out sessions, publisher exhibits, plus opportunities to network, learn and celebrate. Food will be provided. This workshop i...
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STEM Symposium for Teachers Coming Feb. 8

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STEM Symposium for Teachers Coming Feb. 8
Want to learn how to bring more science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education into your classroom, school, and/or district? Looking for new and innovative ideas to promote critical thinking, collaboration, and 21st Century skills with your students? Please join us for the 1st An...
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High-Tech Manufacturing Course Begins Feb. 2 in Camarillo
The VCOE Career Education Center is excited to announce a new Applied Manufacturing course to prepare Ventura County adults for high paying jobs in computer-aided metalworking. Students will learn on the latest high-tech equipment while earning National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) crede...
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2016 Legislative Update for Educators

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2016 Legislative Update for Educators
Each year, new legislation impacts the daily operations and systems in our public schools. Ensure your school is in compliance with the new laws by attending this important workshop on February 9, 2016 at the VCOE conference center in Camarillo.
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