2015-07-02

2015-07-02 E-Edition

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Resident sad to be moving



Thank you, Agoura Hills, for 31 wonderful years. Thank you, Agoura Hills, for providing a community where all ages of people can live a safe and enjoyable life. Thank you for allowing my children to walk safely each morning to Blue Ribbon Willow Elementary School. Thank you to the LVUSD for Lindero Middle School and Agoura High School, which provided […]

Flower power



School districts adopt three-year LCAP plans




The state’s Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), a three-year blueprint of how school districts will meet a variety challenges in and out of the classroom, was recently approved by the Las Virgenes and Oak Park unified school districts. The districts evaluated past achievements before approving their future plans. Las Virgenes Unified At the June 2 board of education meeting, LVUSD […]

Oak Park tweets



I just read about the Oak Park High Twitter lawsuit. I personally found this whole incident very upsetting. I can’t speak as to the school’s actions and the treatment of those involved since I only know what I read in the original article and this one about the legal action. I personally appreciate that it was taken seriously, dealt with […]

Going native



The National Park Service will host a Native American art exhibit from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sun., July 5 at the Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center, 4126 Potrero Road, Newbury Park. Tongva-Acjachemen artist, writer, tribal scholar and indigenous language activist L. Frank Manriquez will exhibit her art for the first time at the center through the end of […]

Team Venom stings opponents



On immigration



In your recent letters to the editor, actually both Mr. Stein and Mr. Yokomizo are wrong about our immigration numbers. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, America has gained 30 million people in each of the last two decades. That comes to 3-million population increase each year. Most of the increase is due to immigration, as U.S. citizens are at […]

Agoura library has summer programs for all ages



The Agoura Hills Public Library at 29901 Ladyface Court will present the following summer programs for families, sponsored by the Friends of the Agoura Hills Library and the L.A. County Public Library Foundation. A Tuesday afternoon series at 3:30 p.m. will feature: an “American Idol” Songwriting Workshop on July 7; a Mad Science Program on July 14; Rhythm of Scotland […]

Open house at Oak Crest

Academy offers classes for gifted

Oak Crest Academy, which offers classes for gifted and talented students in kindergarten through grade eight, will host an open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sat., July 18 at 5450 Churchwood Drive, Oak Park. Parents can drop in any time. There will be activities for the kids, including wood shop, face painting, robotics and Legos. Attendees can meet […]