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 Elementary     April 24, 2014  
Dept Head

Carol Boyan-Held
Director
Elementary Education

 

Who We Are

Welcome to Elementary Education...

The office of Elementary Education is responsible for directing and supporting the District's elementary educational programs; supervising and evaluating elementary school principals; and directing all activities related to curriculum, the instructional program, the elementary counselor program, the child care program, the Neighborhoods for Learning program, and administration at all elementary schools.

The Director of Elementary Education reports to the Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services. The seventeen (17) elementary principals, the four (4) elementary counselors, the Child Development Administrator, and the Executive Director of Neighborhood for Learning report directly to the Director of Elementary Education.

 
Elem FAQ

NEW Kindergarten Age Requirement for 2014-2015

The Kindergarten Readiness Act of 2010 (SB 1381) changed the required birthday for admission beginning in 2012-13. For the 2014-15 school year, a child must be 5 years old on or before SEPTEMBER 1 (no exceptions).

Kindergarten Roundup will be February 3 through February 7.  You register your student at your neighborhood elementary school.  Registration packets may be picked up at your neighborhood school the week of January 27 through January 31, but may not be returned to the school office until February 3.  Please see below for registration information.

Elementary School Registration for 2014-2015

To register your student(s) for school, you will need the following documents.  Please take these documents to your neighborhood elementary school office to register.

Transitional Kindergarten 2014-2015

For the 2014-2015 school year, Transitional Kindergarten will be available for students who were born between September 2, 2009 and December 2, 2009 (no exceptions). We will offer Transitional Kindergarten at six sites:  Acacia Elementary in Thousand Oaks, Aspen Elementary in Thousand Oaks, Glenwood Elementary in Thousand Oaks, Madrona Elementary in Thousand Oaks, Walnut Elementary in Newbury Park, and Westlake Elementary in Westlake Village.  TK classes will have the same hours as regular kindergarten classes.

To apply for Transitional Kindergarten, you must complete a School Choice Application.  Please call Elementary Education with questions.  For School Choice information, click here.

TRANSITIONAL KINDERGARTEN (TK) PARENT INFORMATION NIGHT:  Wednesday, February 12, 2014, Aspen Elementary, 1870 Oberlin, Thousand Oaks; 6:30-8:00 pm

Wonder Preschool: The Beginning of Learning

Opened in Spring 2010, Conejo Valley Unified is offering preschool for 2.9 to 5 year-olds at University Center, now enrolling. For more information, click here to visit the wonder preschool website.

Open Classroom Leadership Magnet School at Conejo Elementary

The Open Classroom Leadership Magnet School is a unique option for families to become a part of an educational community. Teachers and parents at the school work together to foster a learning environment which not only includes high academics, but also seeks to grow the child socially, emotionally and ethically—by looking for the unique gifts within each child and inspiring the passion inside to allow “the leader within” to emerge, take hold, and make his/her mark on the world. The school uses  “The Leader in Me,” a nationally recognized educational program, to help children achieve their personal best by integrating the timeless principles of responsibility, honesty, integrity and respect into every aspect of the child’s school day. Click here to visit the OCLM Website.

EARThS Magnet School

EARThS (Environmental Academy for Research Technology of Earth Sciences), a science and technology magnet school, opened in Fall 2009.  Admission to EARThS for the 2014-2015 school year requires a School Choice application. For more information about EARThS, please call (805) 375-0989 or click here for the EARThS website. For School Choice information, click here.

Neighborhood for Learning (NfL) - Child Care for Ages 0-5
Neighborhoods for Learning has three preschool sites in CVUSD; EARThS, Park Oaks Elementary, and University Center. In addition, the Neighborhood City Center serves children ages 0 to 5, and is located at 110 Conejo School Road, across from The Lakes, and Crowley House in Thousand Oaks also offers classes for children ages 0-3. For information, please call (805) 496-9035 or click here for the NfL website.
 
Elementary Education Points of Contact
NameTitlePhoneEmail
Carol Boyan-HeldDirector, Elementary Education(805) 497-9511 x241
Andi BarmasseAdministrative Assistant(805) 497-9511 x241
 
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