Four more wonderful CVUSD teachers received grants for their classrooms this month. It is truly inspiring to learn about what so many dedicated teachers have planned for their students.
Pictured here is Heather Farrell, 9th grade science teacher at Thousand Oaks High School, along with CSF Executive Director Cindy Goldberg, Bonnie Adamick, donor Linda Fenton, and TOHS principal Lou Lichtl.
Ms. Farrell’s students will have the exciting experience of conducting science experiments aboard the Marine Floating Lab of Channel Islands. Our sincere thanks to generous donors Dennis and Linda Fenton for funding this field trip opportunity.
Westlake High School’s International Foods teacher Maria Scirone is so enthusiastic about receiving her grant!
Ms. Scirone’s students will be studying Italian culture, philosophy, and cuisine through the study of different regions of Italy and the preparation of delicious Italian foods. Mmmmmm.
Congratulations to Paula Golem, 3rd grade teacher at Lang Ranch Elementary School, shown alongside principal Chris Ridge, Bonnie Adamick, and CSF Treasurer Laurie Lam.
Ms. Golem will use her grant money for a listening center in her classroom, which will support the language arts program for English language learners, while enhancing full access to the core curriculum for all students in the class.
Here are Christy Button and Tammy Farhit, 1st grade teachers at Aspen Elementarey School, shown with Bonnie Adamick and Aspen principal Amie Mills.
Ms. Button and Ms. Farhit will use the grant to fund their classroom’s unit on Africa this spring. Highlights include a trip to the Santa Barbara Zoo and a variety of arts and crafts and hands on learning activities through small group instruction in the classroom’s “Africa Centers.” What a lucky class!