Weekly Update

Friday, January 26, 2018

COUNSELING CORNER

This week the Counseling Team worked diligently balancing second semester class and adjusting students’ schedules via level change requests.  Counselors also held numerous Student Study Team Meetings to help at risk students decide a plan for credit recovery.  There were many teachers requests to attend to as well.

On Monday, Jan 22, Ms. Xochitl Gomez and Ms. Denise Rodriguez represented the Team at School Site Council.

On Tuesday, Jan 23, Ms. Denise Rodriguez represented the team at the District LCAP Meeting.

 

On Wednesday, Jan 24, Ms. Cynthia Bogan represent the team at the Fremont Middle School Parent/student meeting.

 

 


ATHLETICS

Congratulations to Ms. Ambriz and our CoEd Varsity Competition team for placing first in their division on January 20 in Newport Beach. Along with their placement the team received a bid to compete at the U.S. Spiritleaders King of the Bleachers Competition which is normally held at the Pyramid at CSULB in February.

 

 

 


 AVID

Next week, Mr. Zamora will be visiting Blackstock and E.O. Green classes to do a brief presentation regarding the AVID program at HHS. Second semester, AVID elective teachers will begin to prepare for the AVID write off. This year’s topic is if the use of social media accounts can help or hinder a student’s chances of getting in a college/university. As students read the articles, activities will take place for discussion of articles which include marking the text and Socratic Seminar. The write off is a timed 50-minute writing with a prompt where students can use the articles to answer the prompt and support their view of social media usage.  It will be given in late March and HHS will select a winner at each grade level to move on to the district competition.


 MATH

Math 1, 2 and 3 concluded the semester with their respective common assessments.

Pre-calculus concluded the Exponential and Log Functions unit.

Calculus investigated the Riemann Sum and Mean Value Theorem.


 ROTC

HHS NJROTC Cadet of the Week

There are many talented cadets in the Hueneme NJROTC Program. One such cadet is Cadet Lieutenant Commander Amelia Realzola.  As the HHS Navy Junior ROTC Unit Executive Officer, she is an integral part of the organizational leadership and management.  After being in the unit for all of her high school years, Amelia has had multiple positions.  She has been Assistant Supply Officer, Supply Officer, Unarmed Drill Team Commander, and now, the Executive Officer.  In her academic life, she has been involved and greatly performed in all HHS high profile clubs and organizations.  Some of her academic achievements include: Trio Upward Bound, HHS Academic Decathlon, Knowledge Bowl, and NJROTC Brain Brawl, while taking various AP classes and maintaining an almost 4.0 GPA.  She truly exemplifies Honor, Courage, and Commitment for all cadets and students to emulate.

Cadet LT Chavez – PAO

 

Field Trip to Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu, VA 115

   

The field trip to Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu, VA 115 was truly once-in-a-lifetime experience for the 34 HHS NJROTC Cadets who participated to go on the 18th January 2018, 0800-1300.  Not only was the trip entertaining, it was also very informative for cadets who are interested in working in the field of aviation.  Cadets learned about the E-2C Hawkeye, which is the U.S Navy’s primary carrier-based airborne early warning and command and control aircraft.  Lesson topics ranged from enlisting in the military to officer positions in the field of aviation, as well as attending college pre-enlistment or during enlistment.  Cadets also listened to the journeys and what it takes to enlist or get commissioned in the Navy by the people who make the mission happen, such as the NFOs and the pilots.  Cadets were granted the experience of flying a plane, including losing an engine, flying in bad weather, and losing power, in a flight simulator.

Cadet PO2 Nathaly Castrejon -Deputy PAO


 SOCIAL STUDIES

Finals week!  Students were involved in a variety of different types of final presentations and exams, they include, students in World Civ. completed a written-responses using the paragraph writing rubric and responding to critical thinking question.  In addition, Geography, students participated in an expert-group presentations as a final assessment.