Bulletin

Friday, February 27, 2015

February 27.2015 (Friday)

Students

*Tostilocos for sale on Tuesdays and Fridays after school at the quad

*Black History month

-Thomas J. Martin patented the first fire extinguisher.

-Garrett Angus Morgan invented the 3-way automatic sign which was the precursor to the traffic light. Morgan then sold his invention to General Electric.

*2014-2015 Yearbooks on sake for $75 until Spring Break

*AP Exams

-Please follow the following steps in order to pay for your Ap Exam.

-Students will take Eligibility Verification form home and get it signed.

-Once form is signed they need to turn it in to their AP teacher

-AP Teacher will collect forms and turn-them as a group to Mrs. Cuevas.

-Mrs. Cuevas will sign the Eligibility Verification Forms and return to AP teacher.

-AP teacher will then return signed forms to the student and student will take them to ASB Bookkeeper.

-Last day to Purchase AP Exam form with payment to Ms. Magana in ASB is Friday, March 6, 2015.

-Incomplete forms will not be accepted

*AP Exam Info:

-Exam full price $91

-Free/ Reduced Lunch $5

-Every student enrolled in an AP exam must take the AP Exam

-Last day to  Purchase AP Exam is Friday March 6, 2015.

*Activities

-Thru June: Gold Coast Wind Ensemble rehearsals @ band room (RM 101). Mondays at 7pm

-Thru February: Girls Water Polo @ Weight Room 415-530pm (11am-12pmSaturdays)

*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.

*Job Readiness Career Seminar

Learn how to prepare for the career of your dreams, develop new skills and network with professionals. Presentations on: Career opportunities, Creating a resume, Interviewing skills, workplace etiquette, what to wear for an interview. Space is limited- Register Now! For more information call 805-642-6208 or email gaby@futureleadersnow.org . Seminar will take place Saturday, February 28, 2015 at the Oxnard Job & Career Center @ 635 South Ventura Road Oxnard, Ca from 8:30AM-2:30PM (Breakfast and lunch included). Co-sponsored by: Future Leaders of America, America’s Job Center of California, Human Services Angency County of Ventura and International Association of Workforce professionals (IAWP).

*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!

 

*Gate Club Tutoring Available

*Club Meeting @ Lunch (unless otherwise specified) \

Anime Club (Robnett):  Monday/Wednesday/Friday, Room 43

Auxiliary/Marching Band (Norwood): Daily Practice, Band, Room, Period 0/315-530p

Chess Club (Gomez-Font):  Tuesdays/Thursdays, Room 31

Dance Club (Kaikaina).  1st / 3rd Tuesdays each month. Room 58

Dr. Who (Bettencourt):  Wednesdays, Rm 30

Drumline (Norwood): Daily Practice, Band Room, 315-530p.

Finance Club (Wagner): Last Tuesday each month, Room 68

GeoBowl (Briggs): Thursdays, Room 56

Knowledge Bowl (Ehlers): Wednesdays, Room 27

Mariachi (Norwood):  Daily practice, Band Room, 330-430p.

Mathletes (A. Bettencourt): Thursdays, Room 62.

MESA (Wagner): Thursdays, Room 68

Science Club (Humphrey).  2nd/4th Fridays each month.  Room 42

Singing Club (Jolly):  Mondays, Room P-8.

*Viking Student of The Week

-Erika Avila, nominated by Mrs. Buen:“for always participating in class and making sure that her friends are doing well! She’s always sharing… always making others feel welcome around herJ”

-Congrats to Joseph Gonzalez!! 170 lbs wrestler. He has qualified for Masters Southern Section State Championships. He placed 5th this weekend at Chino Hills CIF which gets himself and two coaches  into the tournament next weekend. The kid is a man-child, if he places in top eight next week, he will advance to the state finals in Bakersfield. Wish him luck!

*Faculty – Grad Nite Thursday June 4

  • We leave HHS at about 7pm on Thursday.
  • We have the special “early admission” package, and all seniors and chaperones get unlimited use of the park until the rest of the other schools arrive around 11:00-midnight …
  • *AND* there is a barbecue buffet until about 1:00am for the chaperones.  After that, the buffet turns into a continental breakfast with coffee, bagels, donuts, etc.

*Your commitment is TWO HOURS at the chaperone station; someone from our school needs to be on hand at all times to handle any emergencies or “situations” from our students as they arise …

*There are 16 spots available; then we’ll start a “waiting list” for those still interested.

*Please inform Miss Holiday Buen  if you’re interested in joining the fun!  Keep in mind … it is up to you to handle your sub requests for Friday if you think you’ll need one.  You might want to get clearance with admin *just in case* … but once you’re past that hump, grad nite is a pretty rockin’ evening 🙂  And if you have to brave Friday on no sleep, you just have to remember to pack a toothbrush!

 

Vacancies

  • Coordinator of Work Based Learning
  • Bus Driver Grounds Maintenance Worker
  • Extra Duty Hourly Attendance Caller at Hueneme High School
  • Clerical II Position