Friday, December 5, 2014

 

STUDENTS:

•The Career Education Center will be closed on Monday January 5th due to a VCOE in service.  ANY HUENEME student who has ROP on this Monday please be aware the buses will not be running.  Ask your ROP teacher in advance for any make-up work.

 

•Tutoring Available specializing in Math & Science! Monday & Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Please sign up with Ms. Pinon in the front office.

 

•Challenge Day is coming! December 9, 10, & 11 2014 All students who signed up check the list in front of room 38 to see which day you will attend. Tickets to go to Challenge Day will be sent out a week before. Bring your ticket on your date assigned. Don’t lose your ticket. We are still accepting spots on the waiting list.

 

•Hueneme High School’s Butterfly Project -Every day, SEVEN children are lost to gun violence. Peer Resource wants to acknowledge those children, and based on the Houston Holocaust Museum’s Butterfly Project of collecting 1.5 million handmade butterflies (to represent the 1.5 million children lost during the Holocaust), we have started a school-wide project of collecting handmade butterflies to represent the amount of children that will be lost to gun violence during the 2014-2015 school year. We are asking everyone at Hueneme High School to help us with this project. Our goal is to collect 2,072 butterflies by March 20, so that we can present the school with the project in a case to display in the office on April 24, the national day to remember children to gun violence. The butterflies should be no larger than 2” x 2”. Make them as decorative as you would like to. We would like everyone to participate!

 


 Viking Student of the Week

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Javier Reyes was nominated by Mr. Hernandez to be Viking of the Week because he found a cell phone and turned it in to the office.

 

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Shaughn Lybrand nominated Nathaniel Bland and Christopher Pardee as Viking of the week!  She said that Nathaniel consistently works hard in class and helps other students.   She said that Christopher has greatly improved work effort in ELA, Reading, and Science!

 

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Joel Lemus is being honored as Viking of the Week for the second time!  He turned in another book to the office!  He chose to share the award with his friends.


 

Daily Math Tutoring
               LUNCH                       AFTER-SCHOOL
MON            
Bettencourt, Rm. 62
Corona, Rm. 75
Adams, Rm. 65                          Medrano, Rm.63
TUES             
Morales, Rm. 64
Diaz, Rm. 60
Adams, Rm. 65
Rincon, Rm. 67                          Deckrow, Room 66
WED             
Fitzmorris, Rm. 59
Adams, Rm. 65                          Callis, Rm. 57
Deckrow, Rm. 66
THURS         
Medrano, Rm. 63
Rincon, Rm. 67                          Medrano, Rm. 63
Deckrow, Rm. 66
FRI
Kaikaina, Rm. 58
(by appointment)                    Deckrow, Rm. 66
 

Club News:

• Students against Animal Cruelty club will have their year book photos Dec. 17th, 6th period in room 28. Pease come by room 15 to get your permission slip to attend the photo shoot.

 

•Join Future Leaders of America!  When: Monday 12/8 @ lunch Where: Room 60

 

•Join Students against animal cruelty, people helping people and Rescue Mission In our sock and underwear drive! Helping our community! All our donations go to helping our very own here in Oxnard! Bring New socks and/or underwear to ROOM 13, 15, 28 Now thru Dec. 19th!

 

•Mathletes Club meets every Thursday at lunch in room 62. This club is also offering tutoring to all students Thursdays at lunch. Please see Mrs. Bettencourt for more info.

 

•To promote awareness of Lung Cancer and Alzheimer ’s disease, Peer Resource will be hosting movie days during lunch in Room P8. Popcorn will be sold for $1.00 Showing: Monday November 17-Friday November 21 The Notebook.

 

•GATE Club Tutoring Available! If you need tutoring for any subject the Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) club students can get you the help you need. Come to room 12 for more information.

 

Dance Club (Kaikaina).  1st / 3rd Tuesdays each month. Rm 58
Knowledge Bowl (Ehlers): Wednesdays, Rm 27
GeoBowl (Briggs): Thursdays, Rm 56
Science Club (Humphrey).  2nd/4th Fridays each month. Rm 58
Anime Club (Robnett):  Monday/Wednesday/Friday, Rm 43
Chess Club (Gomez-Font):  Tuesdays/Thursdays, Rm
Mariachi (Norwood):  Daily practice, Band Room, 330-430p.
Drumline (Norwood): Daily Practice, Band Room, 315-530p.
Girl’s Water Polo Team meeting every Monday at lunchtime.
Dr.Who (Bettencourt): Wednesdays, Rm 30
Auxiliary/Marching Band (Norwood):  Daily Practice, Band Room, Period 0/315-530p
MESA (Wagner): Meeting every Thursday at lunch in room 68
Finance Club (Wagner): will meet on the last Tue of the month at lunch in room 68
Singing club (Jolly): Monday’s at lunch in room P8.
Folklorico (Medrano): Wednesdays from 3:15-4:15 in room 63
Students against animal cruelty(Herrejon, Cole):  Meeting every Wednesday at lunch in room 15.
 

SPORTS:

•Softball meeting Monday, December 8 at lunch in room P-2

•Softball Tryouts December 17 and January 6 after school. Physicals are required prior to try outs and gloves will be needed

•HHS Track & Field: There will be a mandatory meeting in the basketball Gym, on Friday 12/5/14 during lunch, for all students interested in participating in track & filed at HHS this Spring. Please see Coach Gallegos, Coach Soliz or Coach O’Brien for any questions

 

FACULTY:

WHAT?:  HHS Holiday Party 12/12 @ 6:00 p.m. at The Greek

WHERE?:  Tickets will be sold in the Faculty Copy Room.

WHEN?: Beginning Tuesday, 11/18

HOW MUCH?: $35 Each

WHY?: So you won’t miss out on a beautiful, FUN-filled evening of fine dining, and entertainment (Silent Auction, Holiday Parade of Lights & Belly Dancing ?!?!!)!