Program Options - Elementary
Students are clustered in at least one class at each grade level at each site. Focus is placed on the development of critical thinking skills and problem solving activities, and sustained academic success. Curriculum is modified to meet student needs. Accelerated or extended opportunities are provided as appropriate. Students are encouraged to participate in optional activities provided by the school, district, and local colleges.
"Solve It Day" sponsored by the District at different school locations.
"Invention Convention" is a STEAM focused district program open to ALL students in 3rd - 5th grade. Our 3rd Annual Invention Convention will be held on Thursday, April 25th in the University Center MPR from 6 - 7 pm. Registration information can be found at bit.ly/CVUSDIC2019
Program Options - Secondary
Students have an opportunity to meet together for at least one period a day in an appropriate honors or advanced placement class. Participation in optional activities provided by the school, district, and local colleges is encouraged.
"Teen Tech Convention" is a district program offered to 6th grade students on Thursday, May 30th from 12:00 - 3:00 pm at the Thousand Oaks Teen Center.
Content of the GATE Program includes, but is not limited to:
- Qualitatively differentiated learning experiences in academic areas, the visual arts and the performing arts.
- Accelerated learning options.
- Development of critical thinking and creative problem solving abilities.
- Development of ethical standards, realistic healthy self concepts, sensitivity and responsibility.
- Alternative interventions for underachieving, economically disadvantaged or culturally and linguistically diverse GATE students.