Weekly Update, Friday, May 10, 2019

COUNSELING CORNER

Our students who took the ASVAB received individual attention this week regarding their results through the gracious Army Military. The students were amazed by the opportunities that lay before them….thank you HHS students who  took advantage of  this is the best tool ever to assess your abilities with your Career interests.  Thank you Mr Blake Thomas for always promoting this exceptional opportunity for your 11 grade students.

AVID

AVID 1 students in Ms. Ambriz class have been presenting their Mandala projects to the class while AVID 1 students in Mr. Zamora have begun their college research project using www.californiacolleges.edu or https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/find-colleges to look up key characteristics of their campus.  Also this week, our scholarship readers returned their packets and selected the three winners of the AVID scholarship which will be announced at Senior Awards night. AVID seniors are working on financial literacy and their class project.

MATH

Math 9 students are beginning to explore exponents through a 3-act math task where they get to decide which they would rather have: Explanations of which they would rather have are completed as a project through multiple representations; numbers, pictures, words, and tables.  (Santiago)

Math 3 is beginning to explore the unit circle by investigating the positions of a person on a ferris wheel that is half above ground and half below ground.  (Britton)

Math 1A Bilingual students are reviewing how to solve multistep equations, how to determine domain and range, how to simplify exponents, and how to perform rigid transformations this week.  (Medrano) Pre Calc:  This week, students have had the opportunity to practice topics they struggled with during the last chapter.  Opportunities for corrective teaching were provided in class with additional practice problems and EdPuzzle videos on solving trig equations and establishing trig identities. Next week, our journey into chapter 1 of Calculus will begin.  (Zamora)

College Algebra students will conclude a unit on exponential and logarithmic functions. This week they will focus on applying the rules of logarithms and change of base formula to solve applied problems with logarithms.  (Medrano)

AP Statistics students are reviewing for the AP Statistics Exam on Thursday, May 16. (Corona)

AP Calculus students are reviewing for the AP Calculus AB Exam on Tuesday, May 14.  (Morales)

Math 3 is beginning to explore the unit circle by investigating the positions of a person on a ferris wheel that is half above ground and half below ground.  (Britton)

Math 1A Bilingual students are reviewing how to solve multistep equations, how to determine domain and range, how to simplify exponents, and how to perform rigid transformations this week.  (Medrano)

Pre Calc:  This week, students have had the opportunity to practice topics they struggled with during the last chapter.  Opportunities for corrective teaching were provided in class with additional practice problems and EdPuzzle videos on solving trig equations and establishing trig identities. Next week, our journey into chapter 1 of Calculus will begin.  (Zamora)

College Algebra students will conclude a unit on exponential and logarithmic functions. This week they will focus on applying the rules of logarithms and change of base formula to solve applied problems with logarithms.  (Medrano)

AP Statistics students are reviewing for the AP Statistics Exam on Thursday, May 16. (Corona)

AP Calculus students are reviewing for the AP Calculus AB Exam on Tuesday, May 14.  (Morales)

ROTC

On April 18, 2019, about 40 Hueneme NJROTC cadets made a field trip down to Los Angeles to tour the U.S.S. Iowa Battleship.  Our cadets were able to board this historical vessel and indulge in its past endeavors. Cadets were educated on what made the ship’s 16-inch guns so impressive, and the armaments installed onboard the ship to project sea power during peace times. Throughout the tour, cadets were given the opportunity to see the main deck which included the room that President Delano Roosevelt, as the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, occupied during World War 2.

C/PO3 Enad, Elizabeth Deputy Public Affairs