Tierra Linda Elementary School

Meeting the needs of the whole child in a nurturing environment.

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  • Principal's Message


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  • EDCampVC


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    Calling all educators! EdCampVC will be held at Tierra Linda School on Saturday, April 1st from 8:00-12:30. More information here

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  • 2017 Summer School and Youth Arts Academy

    Summer School

    Registration is open for the 2017 Summer School and Youth Arts Academy which will be held at Rancho Rosal. Classes begin on June 22 and run through July 19.

    For more information and to register, click HERE.

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  • May 26th Early Dismissal For All Grades


    On Friday, May 26, 2017, all students in transitional kindergarten through eighth grades will be dismissed at noon.For more information please click HERE.

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  • New Student, Kindergarten, Transitional Kindergarten - Parent Tours for 2017-2018


    Tierra Linda will host parent information meetings for incoming Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten students. The meetings will provide parents an opportunity to discuss the Tierra Linda program and tour the campus. 

    Wednesday, February 8th from 1:00-1:45pm

    Thursday, February 16th from 9:15-10:00am

    Wednesday, March 1st at 7:00pm

    New Student Registration is February 27th - March 3rd

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  • Parent Project


    The Camarillo Police Department is offering The Parent Project for 10 consecutive Monday evenings (6p.m.-9p.m.) beginning on March 6th. Parents with difficult, defiant, or problematic children are encouraged to attend, however, all parents of middle and high school students will also benefit from this course. The content of this course address drugs, sex, gangs, poor grades, runaways, and violence. The course is free, however, there is a $30 fee for the course workbook. For additional information, please call (805) 388-5155 Click here for more information.

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  • Dance-a-thon


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  • Computer Science - CODE Club


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  • Guidelines for Success


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  • Signature Programs


     

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    MakerSpace: Our MakerSpace is a gathering place where new and experienced makers connect to work on real and personally meaningful projects, informed by helpful mentors and expertise, using new technologies and traditional tools. Makers are curious – they are explorers – take risks – persistent – resourceful – share – they are optimistic and work on projects that show their creative spirit.

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    CHAMPSSafe and Civil Schools, CHAMPS, is classified as Positive Behavior and Intervention Support (PBIS) and describes a set of strategies and procedures designed to improve behavioral success by employing non-punitive, proactive, systematic techniques. Tierra Linda has been designated a CHAMPS Demonstration School by the Ventura County Office of Education.

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    Tierra Linda Speech Program: All students in grades K-5 participate in classroom speech tournaments in the areas of poetry, storytelling, expository, or dual categories. Our Speech Team, made up of 4-6 students from every grade level, is selected to perform at the speech assembly. Students in 3rd Grade attend the Pleasant Valley Education Foundation Speech Tournament.

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    Junior Optimist Club: Sponsored by the Camarillo Noontime Optimist Club, our student leadership organization invites all students in 4th and 5th grade to work to better our school and community. There are 104 students in the club and four subgroups including Executive Officers, Community Outreach, Recycling, and Campus Beautification.


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    Life Lab Gardens: Each classroom on campus has the opportunity to participate in the Life Lab Gardens. Planter boxes are prepared by students with an emphasis on local crops,   hands-on experiential learning, and environmental stewardship. The Life Lab Gardens are maintained by teachers, students, and parent volunteers.

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    Fitness Lab @ Recess: The Fitness Lab @ Recess program has been developed to integrate more physical activity, movement, and positive social skills during unstructured playtime. With financial support from our PTA, we have included more games, clear expectations, and a plan for sustainability.

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    Art Docents: The Art Docent Program is a parent run art program consisting of eight lessons per grade.  It introduces students to a variety of art forms including watercolor, ceramics, oil pastel, still life and mosaic. These lessons allow students to explore their creativity while enjoying a guest teacher for the hour – Mom or Dad!

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    Amanda's Corner: Amanda's Corner, sponsored by the Amanda McPherson Foundation, is an after-school social group facilitated by Mrs. Taylor. Students have the opportunity to play games while making new friends and learning appropriate strategies for playing cooperatively with their peers.

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