The 3rd Annual GATE-sponsored Community Interest Fair
    for all K-8 PVSD students!
    (more details below flyer)

    We are so excited that 3rd Annual Community Interest/Career Fair is almost here!  Although it is run by the GATE Program,  it is open to all K-8 PVSD students. There will be three strands of information available:

    1. Career Pathways.  For our goal-oriented students who already know what direction they want to pursue in life, this allows them to make connections with people in that pathway. For our students who aren’t sure where their interests lie, this allows them to explore connections.  We have many eager community members ready to share with our students. Presenters range from traditional career pathways, to entrepreneurs who created their own path from their personal passions; also government representatives, first responders, private businesses.
    2. Middle and high school clubs and opportunities.  For our young kids who are not even thinking that far ahead, this allows them to explore middle school and high school opportunities.  There are clubs, art pathways, even a movie lighting technician. If a club at your school would like to have a table for presenting their information, please let me know.
    3. Health and wellness topics and organizations.   There will also be presenters sharing family resources and community service opportunities including emergency preparedness. There is really something for everyone.

    When:     Thursday, April 12, 2018,  from  5:00-7:00 pm, open house format. 

    Where:    Camarillo Community Center 1605 E. Burnley St. in Camarillo

    Who:       For all PVSD students in grades K-8 with a parent or guardian, siblings are also welcome to attend. 

                    This is not a drop-off event, students must be supervised. 

    What:      Presenters will be placed around the auditorium to share information and answer student questions about the three strands noted above

    Extra:      Students who complete a Career Fair Bingo card will be entered in a drawing to win prizes donated by local merchants.

    We have a lot of the community invested in both time and donations, and want to make this event worth their participation, as well as a meaningful experience for our students to connect with the larger community. Each year our audience has grown, and I would like to see this year even bigger and better than last year!  We encourage you and your student(s) to attend this engaging and informative event