Spring Break: Remember to Keep on Recycling!

Flower art project made from recycled bottle caps

It’s that time of year again: Spring Break!! As you and your family enjoy a few days off this coming week, lounging by the pool or at the beach, enjoying a BBQ, or relaxing at home, remember to keep on recycling! Whether you want to redeem cans and bottles or create a system to recycle

CRV Data Submission Contest Winners: Conejo Elementary and Maple Elementary

January 2014 CRV Data Contest Winners--Conejo Elementary School!

T.O. High School Hosts Paper Shredding Fundraiser next Saturday, April 12th

Document shredding

Thousand Oaks High School PTSA will be hosting a Secure Document Shredding event next Saturday, April 12 from 8am to 11am!! Make sure to come out early to minimize your wait, and feel free to bring up to 10 boxes of material to recycle and shred. The cost is $10 per file box or equivalent

Thousand Oaks Arbor Earth Day– Saturday, April 5th!

Please join us this Saturday, April 5th from 11am-4pm, to celebrate the 17th annual Thousand Oaks Arbor Earth Day event! The CVUSD Recycles booth will feature the Recyclops toss game and fun prizes!! Arbor Earth Day is a fantastic way to spend time with friends and family, while learning about the environment, a variety of

How to: Campus CRV Recycling Drive!

Madrona's weekly CRV drives are overflowing with success!!

Recycling Drives are making a huge impact throughout CVUSD! Multiple schools within the district including Ladera Elementary, Maple Elementary, and Madrona Elementary hold regular recycling drives on their campuses that have helped raise funds for a variety of field trips, necessary materials, and even provide scholarships for the local high schools! These elementary schools started

Eco-Heroes Wanted for Arbor Earth Day 2014

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The City of Thousand Oaks is looking for ‘Eco-Heroes’ to volunteer at the annual Arbor Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 5th, 2014. Volunteers are needed between 8 am and 5 pm to help with event set-up, breakdown, exhibitor booths, kids activities, and/or educate the public on how to recycle at a ”zero waste” station. Volunteers can register for shifts lasting 2.5 –

Recycle-Palooza-Thon is a Hit at Redwood Middle School

Redwood MS Recycle-Palooza-Thon

Redwood Middle School recently hosted “Recycle-palooza-thon”, a three day event promoting campus recycling, with music, games, and prizes… and what an exciting event it was! Each morning students and teachers received an informative announcement highlighting interesting recycling facts. Music and excitement filled the air during the lunchtime activities as students played hands-on recycling games for prizes,

Making a Difference: Kathryn Moore & Amber Thompson, Madrona Elementary

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Leading the PTA Green Team in their recycling endeavors, parent volunteers Amber Thompson and Kathryn Moore have made quite an impact at Madrona Elementary. When Moore wanted to become more involved at her sons’ school, friend and PTA member, Amber Thompson, suggested that she join the campus recycling movement. The two soon started organizing recycling