* School Closures Extended Through May 1, 2020 for All Ventura County Districts


Press Release

Because of the continued risk to public health posed by the coronavirus, all school districts in Ventura County have extended their closures at least through Friday, May 1, 2020. The new target date to reopen is Monday, May 4, but that will depend on the circumstances at the time. Yesterday, California Governor Gavin Newsom advised parents to prepare for the possibility that schools may be closed through the summer break. While that could happen, we remain hopeful that conditions will improve enough to allow schools to reopen before the end of the school year.

School districts closed through Friday, May 1, 2020:

  • Briggs School District
  • Conejo Valley Unified School District
  • Fillmore Unified School District
  • Hueneme Elementary School District
  • Mesa Union School District
  • Moorpark Unified School District
  • Mupu Elementary School District
  • Oak Park Unified School District
  • Ocean View School District
  • Ojai Unified School District
  • Oxnard School District (K-8)
  • Oxnard Union High School District
  • Pleasant Valley School District
  • Rio School District
  • Santa Clara Elementary School District
  • Santa Paula Unified School District
  • Simi Valley Unified School District
  • Somis Union School District
  • Ventura County Office of Education
  • Ventura Unified School District

NOTE: Las Virgenes Unified School District, which includes territory in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, is currently closed through March 27.

The following Ventura County charter schools will be closed through Friday, May 1, 2020:

  • Bridges
  • CAPE
  • University Preparation Charter School
  • Ventura Charter
  • Vista Real resource centers

School districts throughout Ventura County will continue to provide meals to students during the closure. A list of school meal pick up locations and times is available at www.vcoe.org/meals.

We know the disruption in normal school operations has created many issues and uncertainties – from childcare and remote learning to graduation plans and college preparation. The Ventura County Office of Education has created a page of Frequently Asked Questions to provide answers at www.vcoe.org/faq.

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About the Ventura County Office of Education

The Ventura County Office of Education provides a broad array of fiscal, training and technology support services to local school districts, helping to maintain and improve lifelong educational opportunities for children, educators and community members. VCOE also operates schools that serve students with severe disabilities and behavioral issues, provides career education courses, and coordinates countywide academic competitions including Mock Trial and the Ventura County Science Fair. Learn more at: www.vcoe.org.


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