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Madroña Elementary School is a caring community working together for the education and well being of our children. We constantly refine, adapt, and strengthen our strong academic program. Madroña's mission focuses on student academic, social, physical, and psychological growth; the right of every child to a challenging educational program; a hand-in-hand relationship between home and school; and a commitment to life-long learning.

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Measure I School Bond Information Meetings
Measure I Bond Information Meetings

Monday, September 22, 6:00 p.m.
Thousand Oaks High School Performing Arts Center
2323 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks, CA

Tuesday, September 30, 6:00 p.m.
Colina Middle School Gymnasium
1500 E. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA

Thursday, October 2, 6:00 p.m.
Newbury Park High School Performing Arts Center
546 N. Reino Road, Newbury Park, CA

Parents and members of the community are invited to attend Measure I Bond information meetings. CVUSD Superintendent Dr. Jeff Baarstad will present information on the proposed project priorities to be funded by the bond, the project budget, as well as tax rates and the impact on the average taxpayer. Following the presentation, Dr. Baarstad will respond to written questions from the audience.

Upcoming Events from the Madroña Calendar
Juice Bars

Sold every Friday

2:35p by Room 33

Lots of yummy flavors!

$1 for a bar
Free with a juice bar certificate.

The sale of juice bars supports
the juice bar certificate program

Join the Madroña Band!! - 4th and 5th Grade
  Madroña Band Starts September 29th

All interested students in grades 4 and 5 may choose from the flute, clarinet,
alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone, or percussion.

Each semester =$190.00
(two semesters a year)

Register online at or 

Download the Promo Flier and Registraiton Form

Woodshop Fall 2014

Chess/Checker Board


  Students learn about tools, design and assembly. Woodshop is fun, rewarding and educational. Participants take pride in creating something out of wood and feel a sense of accomplishment as they craft their project and watch it develop into something recognizable. During the process they are both learning and having fun. We teach basic woodshop skills with a focus on safety. Children learn how to saw, glue, measure, drill, nail, follow directions, think for themselves and design. Everyone remembers woodshop!


This session we are building a Chess Board. Children will build their chess/checker boards from wood which they cut to size and then assemble using wood glue and clamps. The board folds with hinges that the children will learn to put in. The box will close with a clasp. The box can hold chess/checker pieces or can be used as a pencil box, jewelry box or hold some other valuables. It is a fun project that will require a good deal of measuring and cutting. It is a wonderful show piece and fun to use too.

About Us
Madroña Elementary School was built in 1964 and remains a neighborhood school for the surrounding community. An excellent standards-based academic program is presented daily. Madroña also provides instructional programs in Physical Education (Game Day Program), Art Trek, Music Education, and Computer Lab. Gifted and Talented Education or G.A.T.E. students are provided with differentiated instruction in the classroom setting. Madroña provides SuccessMaker for students who are not meeting standards in English Language Art and/or Math. Students in grades 1-5 who are not meeting standards in reading will be placed in our reading lab to receive additional support. Madroña Elementary School has onsite Child Care for families who need child care after regular school hours. An optional after school enrichment is provided onsite by the Conejo Recreation and Parks District.
The mission of the Conejo Valley Unified School District is to meet the academic, cultural, social, and individual needs of students in order to prepare them to make a meaningful contribution to a democratic society.
Madroña Elementary School reflects the District's mission by:
  • Ensuring that all students develop independent thinking skills.
  • Ensuring that all students treat each other in socially acceptable ways and peacefully settle differences.
  • Ensuring that all teachers teach objective-centered lessons guided by California State Standards within a nurturing environment.
  • Ensuring that the school community including students, teachers, staff, parents and community members continue to focus on student achievement.
  • Ensuring that students understand and celebrate their limitless talents.
The Madroña Single School Plan outlines the school's goals, which are to improve reading, writing and math scores for all students. The school's API score of 925 indicates that the majority of students are meeting or exceeding standards. Benchmark assessments are used to monitor student progress and to drive instruction in the classroom. Parents receive a report card each trimester indicating their child's progress in meeting grade level standards. 
Thank you to our Community Partners
Many thanks to our community partners for their donations supporting Madroña's Annual Student Recognition Awards...


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