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Some high school students in Ventura County are spending part of their summer learning the science behind flying.

This aviation course teaches them how to use STEM - which stands for science, technology, engineering and math – to design and build small airplanes.

Families of young children with special needs in Ventura County gathered for an event over the weekend to learn about resources and strategies to help their kids.

The 28th conference called “Walking the Path Together: Tools for Building the Path” took place Saturday at the Ventura County Office of Education in Camarillo.

A number of schools in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties will be closed on Monday due to the Thomas Fire. As of Sunday afternoon, the following are some of the schools and districts that are scheduled to be shut down on Monday, December 11:

Robots built by middle and high school students compete on the South Coast.

This VEX Robotics competition that involved about 200 students from across Southern California took place Saturday at the Ventura County Office of Education Conference and Educational Services Center in Camarillo.

Dozens of people are milling around a new art exhibit featuring some powerful images.

It's a show featuring self-portraits by some troubled South Coast teens, who are expressing themselves through their artwork and dialogue with the pictures they've written to describe themselves.

A student is flying through the skies above Ventura County. Well, he’s not actually in a plane, but is experiencing flying through a new high tech classroom in Camarillo filled with flight simulators which is the latest tool to help those interested in careers in aviation, and aerospace.