On Friday, November 15th ASB held a homecoming for our SPED students. All the students felt welcomed and comfortable enough to enjoy their high school experience making lasting memories. This was a love letter to our SPED students. ASB thanks everyone who helped make this event happen! A success in its own right and we are looking forward to Prom!
Advance Food Service and Hospitality
The Advanced Food Service and Hospitality class collaborated with Rio School District and local author, Florencia Ramirez, to help put on a Compost Tea Party. The students prepared spreads (lemon curd, chocolate spread, tomato jam, guayaba jam, dal, bruschetta, labneh, and hummus) to put on the bread made by the second-grade students. The OHS Garden Club students participated by helping make the compost tea and working to rebuild the soil around the amazing new Rio del Sol STEAM school in Riverpark. The students began the day by presenting information about Culinary Arts and their experience with cooking to the first-grade students. The Rio del Sol students and faculty thoroughly enjoyed the delicious spreads and the magnetic energy of the high school students and hope to work with us again.
On Saturday, November 16th ROTC demonstrated its Grip! Alongside Hueneme’s Navy ROTC and Crescenta Valley Air Force Cadets, we hosted Training Day. The day started with a formation run around the school, and quickly jumped into a Marine led exercise program. The final challenge was the obstacle course, with many of the Cadets not hesitating to jump into the mud pit. We finished the day with a nice meal. The day was fun and memorable.
On Saturday, November 16th Oxnard College hosted the Geo Challenge 2019 Geography Competition. Geography is a multi-disciplinary science of the Earth and how the physical and cultural world interact. More than maps and memorization of countries, geographers explore the Earth’s features, their spatial distribution and movement, and how all these elements integrate. Congratulations to Nathaniel Deguzman who placed 2nd in the individual section. Thank you to Ms. Estrada for being an involved faculty member!