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Weekly Update Friday, September 28, 2018

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Student Recognition 

Special senior Claudia Oregel Lopez was recognized on Wednesday, September 26th at the board meeting. Claudia’s academic record, personal story, and her brilliance and grit mark her as one of the finest students Oxnard HS has ever had the pleasure of serving and she deserved to be recognized.

Law Academy Seniors 

On Wednesday September 26, the Law Academy Seniors went to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and participated in the Situation Room Experience.  They were able to simulate a national crisis and see how everything works in times of crisis.  The students learned a lot on how the US Constitution works and the role the different Presidential Cabinet members have as they deal with the Press and public.

Law Academy Juniors 

On Friday September 21, the Law Academy Juniors went to the Gene Autry Museum of Western Heritage in order to visit the La Raza exhibit and learn about Social Justice and the Chicano Movement.  We were also able to visit the museum in order to better understand the Old West and how Law Enforcement played an important role in that history.

ELAC/Migrant Parent Meeting 

We had our very first ELAC/Migrant parent meeting in the College and Career Center on Wednesday, September 26th.  It was a standing room only crowd where nominations were administered as well as representatives from the United Farm Workers who encourage parents to become US citizens.  Representative from our Migrant Student Club also discussed the summer college tour and plans to visit more universities this year.

Jacket Jubilee 

Last week OHS celebrated its inaugural ‘Jacket Jubilee’ during lunch with over a dozen clubs participating in the food and games festivities. Everything from lumpias, acai bowls, churros, and of course, spam musubi – an all-time favorite amongst students – were just some of the food items sold by our clubs and organizations on campus. It was a successful event that can only mean a new tradition has been created at The Hive.

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Adriana Ipatzi