February 20.2015 (Wednesday)
*Spirit Friday 2/20 Gender Bender (Girls wear blue and boys wear pink)
*Tostilocos for sale on Tuesdays and Fridays after school at the quad
*Black History month – Did you know that the dustpan was invented in 1897? We can thank Lloyd P. Ray for this wonderful and useful concept.
*The 30th Annual Student Career Fair will be held on March 27th, from 8:30-10am, at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center. Permission forms are available in the Career Center, room 85. The first 100 students to turn in forms get to go! This is a wonderful opportunity to learn about career options.
*Seniors – Do you think you might be eligible for the State Seal of Biliteracy recognition on your high school diploma and transcript? This recognition lets future employers know that you are truly bilingual in English and another language. If you took an AP Language exam last year as a Junior and passed it, then please stop by room 47 with Ms. Casillas or Mrs. Matthews in room 55 to pick up an application. The deadline is March 25th.
*Parents and Students in the 9th and 10th grade, join us for a FREE Conference where you will learn valuable information regarding higher education. There will be Spanish and English presentations available. When: Saturday, March 7, 2015 /Sábado, 7 de Marzo del 2015 Where: California State University Channel Islands One University Drive, Camarillo Time: 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Continental Breakfast will be included. Sorry – No childcare will be provided
*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!
Daily Math Tutoring
Bettencourt, Rm. 62
Corona, Rm. 75
Adams, Rm. 65 Medrano, Rm.63
Morales, Rm. 64
Diaz, Rm. 60
Adams, Rm. 65
Rincon, Rm. 67 Deckrow, Room 66
Fitzmorris, Rm. 59
Adams, Rm. 65 Callis, Rm. 57
Deckrow, Rm. 66
Medrano, Rm. 63
Rincon, Rm. 67 Medrano, Rm. 63
Deckrow, Rm. 66
FRI Kaikaina, Rm. 58
(by appointment) Deckrow, Rm. 66
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
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 Club (Cole): Monday’s are officers only and Wednesday’s all members and guests welcome at lunch in room 15
G.A.T.E. Club (Nese): Meet the first and third Thursday of each month in Room 12.
Soaring Club (Teshima): Every Monday at lunch
Mathletes Club (Bettencourt): Every Thursday at Lunch in rm. 62
Coordinator of Work Based Learning
Bus Driver Grounds Maintenance Worker
Extra Duty Hourly Attendance Caller at Hueneme High School