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When you purchase uniforms online at LandsEnd, make sure you choose school 900132382 (EARTHS Magnet School) as your preferred school. They will give 3% back to EARTHS!

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 PARKING & TRAFFIC INFO

IN THE NEWS

  Students from EARTHS Magnet School in Newbury Park perform with the Ranger Band during the National Park Service’s Summer Star Festival on Saturday at the Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills. The musicians are employees of the National Park Service.

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EARTHS' HONORS 



Eco-Schools USA Green Flag Award for Exceptional "Green" Achievement
2014


Ventura County Board of Supervisors 2011 Climate Age Action Award Winner 

 
 2011 Gold Award in Healthy Eating, and the Bronze Award for Physical Activity

 
Thousand Oaks Waste Watch Award 2010

 
 National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Habitat #132,933

 
 Energy Star School 2010
 
 SARC
www.sarconline.org
 

  

The Environmental Academy of Research Technology and EartH Sciences (EARTHS) Magnet School for K-5 students, offers each student a challenging curriculum that is interwoven with environmental science and technology.  We offer a diverse, content-rich, hands-on, engaging curriculum and provides students with unique opportunities through its integrated inquiry-based science curriculum, which utilize the Exploration Center and bio labs, as well as an innovative outdoor learning program.

EARTHS promotes learning as an integrated, interdisciplinary process rather than as a series of isolated subjects. The focus is on earth, life and physical sciences and technology, providing students with an opportunity to learn through active engagement and receive in-depth science exposure.  By delving more deeply into subjects with a cross-curricular approach and using science and technology as a unifying theme for exploration, EARTHS helps students acquire the tools of inquiry and expression so that each student can construct a personally meaningful understanding of the world and become an imaginative, independent thinker. This approach, coupled with service learning opportunities, a strong presence of parents, through a minimum of three volunteer hours per month per family, and our community partners, creates an environment where students develop a capacity for service learning, cooperation, and responsibility.

As part of the Conejo Valley Unified School District, we receive the same funding as every school in our district and the State of California.  Our program is made possible by contributions from our Community Partners, EARTHS PTA and EARTHS parents.  We are very thankful for our relationships.

 

 

 

 

   
 
 

 

 
 

Meet EARTHS' new Principal, Jeff Rickert!

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UPCOMING EVENTS
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Tuesday, August 26
3:00-3:45 PM
Kindergarten Orientation

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Tuesday, August 26
4:00 PM
Gecko Rally
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Wednesday, August 27

First Day of School


QUICK LINKS

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Dress Code / Uniform Info
School Bell Schedule
School Supply List
Parking &Traffic Information
2014-2015 District Calendar

Running Club


QUICK LINKS - PTA
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EARTHS PTA
EARTHS Emporium


<subscribe> The EARTHS CORE
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DISTRICT POLICY HANDBOOK
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Running Club

 May Update:
Running Geckos kept
their feet moving by running 
a total of 7,110 miles!

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