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February Calendar 2024
Calabasas School has been recognized for its dedication to student, staff, and family health during a challenging school year School nationally recognized for implementing best health and wellness practices
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Middle School Counselor Ami Kemp
Kind Club
“Kindness is fundamental,” according to the Ben’s Bells website. When Ami Kemp transferred to Calabasas to serve as the middle school counselor last summer, she had the intention of building programs to promote social and emotional learning on campus
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Several students dissected frogs as part of the 21st CCLC after school program with science teacher Mr.Christian Viernes
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5th grade students participating at The SCC Fair
Cougars at the SCC Art Fair
Cougar students participating and displaying their art work in The Santa Cruz County Fair.
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Security guard Mark Enciso playing instruments with Calabasas students
New security guard brings music and good vibes to campus
Elementary students gather with security guard Mark Enciso to play instruments and dance before school on Friday mornings.
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Calabasas students enjoy their new playground equipment
New playground brings joy to Calabasas students, staff
Calabasas School was filled with squeals of delight on the first day of school and throughout the month of August as students became aware of and began using their new playground.
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chalkboard with protocols update written on it
Protocols Update
In accordance with recent legislation for the state of Arizona and effective immediately, the Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District No.35 will discontinue the requirement that students, staff, and visitors wear face coverings during school hours and while on school property. Individuals may still choose to wear a face mask and those who have not been vaccinated are encouraged to continue wearing masks until fully vaccinated.
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Calabasas technolochicas students
Technolochicas Conference
On Wednesday, May 12, 14 Calabasas students from fifth grade through eighth grade gathered in a classroom on campus to attend the Technolochicas conference virtually via zoom. Technolochicas is a club geared toward young Latina students to help prepare them for careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math).
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Healthy School of Distinction Bronze Award
Calabasas school earns the SHAC Bronze Award
Calabasas Physical Education teacher Joseph Butler was recognized by Core Purpose Consulting (CPC) during a school board meeting earlier this month for his efforts to lead the School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) members and the Calabasas community to make healthier choices. The council’s efforts garnered the bronze award from CPC.
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NJHS Certificate
We are proud affiliates of NEHS and NJHS
Calabasas recognizes outstanding and committed students
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