OXNARD HIGH SCHOOL APRIL 13, 2018

AVID WRITE-OFF

This year’s topic focused on the question:  To what extent should Social Media accounts be considered when looking at potential candidates for College Admissions, Scholarships, and Job Opportunities.  Students read and annotated several articles, watched news segments, and participated in Socratic seminars, philosophical chairs and debates.  Some students did their own independent research! The students were given 45 minutes to write a persuasive essay using evidence from their resources to support their position.  Congratulations to this year’s winners: 

Joseph Woffard – $150.00 – Freshmen

Andrea Santa Rosa – $200.00 – Sophomore

David Pullido – $250.00 – Junior

Andrea Padilla – $300.00 – Senior

 

ROSETTA STONE COMPETITION

Many of our students have been participating in a Rosetta Stone competition which has proven to be a great motivating tool!  Once the competition began, the students became excited and their productivity sky rocketed!  Thank you to our Computer Lab Technician Catherine Breshears who organized the competition and to Assistant Principal Shannon Houston Scott for donating some awesome Jacket gear as prizes.

Alaa Makhlouf – 1st Place 

Abelardo Garcia Primo – 2nd Place

Xuan Kul Huang – 3rd Place

Nancy Iturbide  – 4th Place

Samantha Pineda Fernando – 5th Place

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE AUTISM AWARENESS TREE PAINTING PROJECT  


 

NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP CORPORATION

Jade Chongsathapornpong has met the requirements to enter the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program!  

With a Selection Index score of 212 or above, Jade as shown outstanding academic potential and will be recognized in the fall.

Jade now has the opportunity to continue through the ranks and qualify as a semifinalist in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program.

 

SEXUAL VIOLENCE AWARENESS AND PREVENTION MONTH

In support of Sexual Violence Awareness and Prevention month, ASB & Peer Resource hosted our first Clothesline Project Wednesday, during lunch.  Shirts were displayed with messages from survivors and those of allies and teal ribbons were handed out in the morning.  Students wishing to participate created their own shirts to support the cause of educating others about violence and bringing hope to those who are survivors.  On-hand therapists were available as well as a local non-profit.
 

PROM NIGHT

A Golden Gala, Saturday, April 21, Vineyards in Simi Valley

DRAMA CLUB PRESENTS

Death of a Salesman

April 13, 6:00 p.m. – April 14, 2:00 & 6:00 p.m. – April 15, 1:00 p.m.

 

WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE HIVE?

APRIL 14 – SAT

APRIL 16 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY – NO STUDENTS

APRIL 18 – SENIOR INFORMATIONAL MEETING – PERIOD 4

MAY 1 & 22 – LATE START – 9:10 A.M.

MAY 5 – SAT

MAY 7-18 – AP EXAMS

MAY 22 – SENIOR AWARDS NIGHT

MAY 25 – SENIOR FAREWELL RALLY – MAGIC MOUNTAIN GRAD NIGHT

MAY 28 – MEMORIAL DAY  HOLIDAY

MAY 30 – BLOOD DRIVE

JUNE 15 – GRADUATION – 1:30 P.M.

PTSA MEETING – 2ND TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH