Information Letter Regarding Challenging Math 6

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Important 2016-2017 Events


October 24-28         Red Ribbon Week

October 28th           Carnival 6-9 p.m.

November 4th         Cookie Dough Distribution

November 8th         Minimum Day

November 11th       No school- Veterans Day

November 14th       Turkey Trot

November 16th       Block Schedule 1,3,5

November 17th       Block Schedule 2,4,6

November 18th       End of Trimester 1

November 21-25    No School Thanksgiving Break

Brainfuse Free Tutoring

The Thousand Oaks Library offers free Tutoring to 3rd-12th grade students. Click here to find out more about BrainFuse and other homework help. See full size image



504 Coordinator: Mike Niemczyk
Title IX Coordinator: Shane Frank

After School Ski & Snowboard Adventure Club

Colina is excited to offer our very first Ski & Snowboard Club!  Get on board!


Join us for an informational parent meeting on Thursday, November 3 at 6:30 p.m. in Room 7 (Mrs. Anderson's room).


See you there!



First Day of School!

We got it going on!  No better way to celebrate the first day of school than with our awesome band, W.E.B. mentors (Where Everyone Belongs), and of course, the Cougar mascot! 

This fantastic day was captured by the Ventura County Star.


Check us out on the district's Twitter at @ConejoValleyUSD or Facebook Conejo Valley Unified School District




Principal's Welcome

It is my pleasure to welcome you to Colina Middle School--home of the Cougars! Our entire staff is committed to academic excellence, as well as the social enrichment and emotional support of all of our students... every student can be a successful learner. I truly believe that teachers, students, and parents must work together and become the pathway for those educational experiences.
~ Shane Frank, Principal

Renaissance Criteria

To qualify for Renaissance activities and privileges, students must meet the following criteria:

Recipients have earned all A’s and E’s/S’s in citizenship and work habits.

Silver Card: Recipients have earned all A’s and B’s, and E’s/S’s in citizenship and work habits.

Bronze Card: Recipients have earned all A’s, B’s, C’s and E’s/S’s in citizenship and work habits, or recipients have shown a .5 GPA improvement from trimester grading period to trimester grading period, to the 2.0 level or above.

A mark of an “N” or “U” in citizenship or work habits disqualifies a student from earning a Renaissance Card for a specified grading period.