Weekly Update

Friday, November 3, 2017



Freshmen presentations were held this week for every freshman regarding High school graduation requirements and A-G.  Students were given the opportunity to ask questions regarding their current classes.  High importance was given regarding students receiving all As, B.s or C.s to keep their college admittance option open.  Many students indicated they are seeking tutoring regarding subjects they are currently having difficulty with.  We made an all-call in English and Spanish to all ninth grade parents encouraging them to discuss the presentation with their students.



Math-2 students are busy building, interpreting and comparing area models and tree diagrams to determine probability of real-life/every day events. Truly interesting, as it provides us a different perspective of our daily lives.

All Pre-calculus classes have begun their CAASPP ICA in preparation of the CAASPP test.







Halloween Spirit 2017

On this year’s Halloween Day, a multitude of NJROTC cadets dressed up in their costumes to demonstrate their Halloween and school spirit. We had a plethora of costumes, ranging from grim reapers to teddy bears. Some cadets from the unit even participated in Hueneme High School’s Costume Competition. See pictures



Air Force Junior ROTC Training Day 2017

On October 21, 2017, 0800-1600, the Hueneme Navy JROTC Unit participated in the training day with the Oxnard High School Air Force JROTC Unit. Aimed to foster camaraderie, sportsmanship, and team building and cohesion,

both units scheduled and executed multiple marching, academic, and sports events. Our cadets would receive inter-service and participation ribbons for taking a part during the Oxnard High School Air Force JROTC Training Day.





This week in Social Science students practiced their collaboration skills. Various WICOR based assignments were given and students were asked to collaborate for a written evaluation.


Picture: Collaboration after a research assignment in Government class.







The YES Academy had another exciting week. Halloween was a day of giving back to our school community. The academy seniors organized a trick or treating event for the SH students. Thank you to our neighboring teachers who helped distributes treats to our guest. Academy sophomores then organized a craft activity for the SH students in the cafeteria. Both academy and SH students enjoyed getting to know each other better and look forward to working together in the future.




On Thursday, a group of academy sophomores and seniors travelled to CSUCI for a presentation by the teacher credentialing department. Students heard from two professors and a doctoral candidate about credentialing options at our local university. Dr. Jose Garcia informed the students about bilingual credentialing. Following the presentations, Mr. Ripley led a tour of his alma mater. Special thanks to advisory board member Dr. Bob Bleicher for arranging our presentation and providing lunch for all of our students. We also enjoyed dining with two of our YES Academy alumni, Hannah Allison and Kaylen Sanchez, who are currently attending CSUCI.





Vikings, our Cross Country team has advanced to CIF!! Please congratulate the following athletes:

Yaquelin Villalpando

Araceli Rodriguez

Candice Hernandez

Evelyn Nieto

Karen Barrera

Esther Gomez

Melody Salazar

Hidaly Hernandez

Shelly Martin

Luis villalpando

Adrian Leyva

Salvador Gonzalez

Jaime Fernandez

Elvis velasco

Christian Villafana

Adrian Navarro

Carlos Gonzalez

As both varsity cross country teams advance to CIF our next race will be 11/11/17 in Riverside for the CIF Southern Section Div. 2 Prelims


Great spirit from the most important adults on campus.