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MATES COVID-19 Home Antigen Test Parent/Guardian Attestation Form

In addition to proof of a negative COVID-19 test, your student may return to
school if their symptoms have improved and they have not had a fever without
fever-reducing medications for at least 24 hours.
*A picture of the COVID-19 home antigen test result must be provided to the
school along with this completed form.

Local Charters Provide Choice for Students

On April 8, 2019 the MATES board of Directors passed a resolution opposing state bills AB 1505-1507. The Acorn interviewed the local charter school directors to find out what makes charter schools appealing.

Grade Level Tool Kits

Did you know that each grade level has its own set of toolkits? These are super helpful for parents as they answer many of our FAQs regarding homework, lessons, the technology the kids are using - it's really a plethora of information!

#1 Public Elementary School in Ventura County

We’re very excited to announce that MATES has been recognized as the #1 Public Elementary School in Ventura County by Niche, the largest website for researching
K-12 schools!
Thank you to our students and staff for helping our school to accomplish
this achievement! We’re very proud of our students’ hard work and
commitment to MATES.
The data for this ranking was obtained from the U.S. Department of
Education and then analyzed by Niche’s team of data scientists to create
the rankings.

Think Outside the Classroom!

Your gift. Their Inspiration. Your investment in educational enrichment plays an integral role in the building of the MATES Legacy Outdoor Classroom and Amphitheater. Be a part of this legacy project by pledging your support in the form of a monetary gift or sponsorship.

Local charters make headway

Despite a rocky start and apprehension from Conejo Valley Unified, charter schools in Thousand Oaks and the district have enjoyed a comfortable relationship with one another for the last several years.
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