Thousand Oaks High School Unveils NEW Library at Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Today
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Thousand Oaks High School Unveils NEW Library at Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Today

Thousand Oaks High School unveiled their brand new library today, thanks to funds from Bond Measure I. 

Thousand Oaks High School Principal Dr. Eric Bergmann made the opening statements before the ribbon-cutting on Friday, August 16th. Members of the Board, including Dr. Betsy Connolly, Cindy Goldberg, Bill Gorback and Jenny Fitzgerald were in attendance to celebrate the grand opening, along with CVUSD's Superintendent of schools, Dr. Mark McLaughlin.  

Also showcased in the ultra-modern space was a photograph of an oak tree by student Samantha Fercano, who signed the image as part of the ceremonies. The beautiful open space floor plan includes comfortable seating area for students, study spaces with modern accents, and plenty of lighting to make the interior a welcoming and engaging place for students to learn, study and take a break. 

Staff, students and members of the community attended today's ribbon-cutting to get a sneak peek at the library before school starts on August 21st.  

Thank you to everyone who worked tirelessly over the summer months to prepare this very special space for current and future generations of Lancers to enjoy--and a big shout out to Bond Measure I for making this remodeling possible! 


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