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General Information

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.

Welcome to our school.

Kindergarten Roundup
Pick up your Kindergarten Registration packet beginning January 25, 2016 at Madroña’s front office. Packets may be returned beginning February 1, 2016.
When the packet is returned, please provide:
 - Birth Certificate or Passport
 - Immunization records
 - 2 proofs of Residence (trash, water, electric, gas bills, mortgage statement, escrow instructions, or rental agreement)
Students must be 5 years old by September 1, 2016 to be eligible for Kindergarten.
Join us for an Incoming Parent Presentation and Tour.  Please call the front office to reserve a spot on the tour: (805) 498-6102. 

 Presentation and Tour   1/19  9:00am
 Presentation and Tour 
 2/11  9:00am
 Presentation and Tour 
 2/23  9:00am

Frequently Asked Questions by K Parents

 Incoming Families Important Dates    
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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 (SPARKS), Art in the classroom, 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 IXL and Raz Kids for students who need additional reinforcement of skills or an extension of skills. Students in grades 1-3 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. Madrona was recognized as a California Distinguished School in 2013. 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. 
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