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  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION
     
    It is with pleasure and enthusiasm that I welcome you to the 2018-2019 school year.  I am very excited to be working with all of you, and I look forward to a great year of learning and growing!  If you ever need to contact me regarding your student, please do not hesitate to send me an e-mail to the following address:  cschweers@pleasantvalleysd.org, or you can call me at 484-2811.  I look forward to working with you and your student this school year. 
     
    While I strive to post homework assignments on the website nightly, there may be occasions when that will not be possible.  Ultimately, students are responsible for knowing what their homework is at all times.  Assignments, which include class work for the day and homework, are posted daily by 4:00 p.m.  Using an agenda book/student planner is a skill that is imperative for success in all academic areas.  Additionally, changes made in the classroom are not always reflected on my teacher page.
     
     
    Homework Center (Camarillo Library Homework Center)
     
     
     
    ABOUT ME
     
    This is my twenty-fourth year in education, and this is my eighth year teaching at LPSSA.  I have previously taught at A. E. Wright Middle School, Taft High School, Channel Islands High School, and Conejo Valley Adult School.  I have lived in Camarillo since 1978, and I am a graduate of Adolfo Camarillo High School and CSUN.  I have degrees and teaching credentials in both English and ESL (English as a Second Language).  My husband and I are the proud parents of two wonderful children.  Our daughter is a fourth-year student at California State University at Channel Islands (CSUCI) this year, and our son is in 12th grade at ACHS.  My husband and I have been very happily married for twenty-three years.  In my spare time one can find me spending time with my family (usually at a sporting event), walking my dog, riding my bike, reading a good book, or relaxing in Big Bear.