May 22, 2013
The Rotary Club of Oxnard continues to recognize outstanding teachers in the Oxnard School District, the Oxnard Union High School District, and the Rio School District. For the third year, the Rotary Club provides a gift basket and plaque of recognition for their outstanding...
April 19, 2013
Every year, Hueneme High School (HHS) organizes a science fair to showcase individual or team scientific projects that were conducted by students throughout the entire school year and where local scientists, engineers, community leaders, and parents volunteer to judge the projects. For many of...
February 19, 2013
Oxnard Union High School District was recognized by CABE and Californians Together on Friday, February 15, for awarding the State Seal of Bi-literacy to our graduating...
December 21, 2012
Message to the Community from the Superintendent Regarding School Safety
The Oxnard Union High School District students, staff, and our community are truly stunned by the Newtown, CT shooting and the unacceptable violence against helpless elementary students and teachers. In light of the current national conversation...
December 17, 2012
Lunch time at many schools in coastal areas of Ventura County look like a scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s “the Birds,” with flocks of ravenous and aggressive birds eagerly awaiting the promised waste from the leftovers students carelessly discard as they eat in outdoors areas.
December 6, 2012
An update from Program Manager: Terry Zinger
The long awaited addition of state-of-the-art, competitive swimming pool complexes at Adolfo Camarillo and Hueneme High Schools is underway and scheduled for completion and turn-over in time for practice and competition for the 2014 season.
Requests for submission of...
November 29, 2012
Congratulations to Huandari Lopez, a senior at Hueneme High School. This multi-talented student was selected to receive a 4-year $200,000 scholarship to a college of his choice which includes a $250-350 a month stipend. Huandari Lopez is a four year member of the Hueneme High...
November 2, 2012
On November 2, the Mexican Consul went to HHS to acknowledge the Spanish for native speaker students and teachers for maintaining the tradition of “El día de Los Muertos” alive. Mr. Juan Matus, Mexican consul, shared with the students the historical background and...
August 26, 2012
Brett Davis acknowledges that he has a rebuilding job to do at Hueneme High, where the Vikings are a collective 2-16 over the past two seasons.
But the first-year coach has already raised the excitement level among the Vikings.
Hueneme opened the season Friday night with a...
August 12, 2012
| Aiden DeMello sat impatiently on the bleachers waiting for the football camp practice to begin.”I like football a lot, and I like the Cowboys,” said the 9-year old Camarillo resident. “That’s why I came today.”
Aiden joined his 6-year old brother, Austin, and dozens of other...
June 26, 2012
| Students got a hands-on climate lesson at a new NASA-funded summer camp where youths and teachers learn together.The camp was the second part of a seven-day workshop that began with the teachers learning new techniques for instructing students last week.
CSU Channel Islands and NASA hosted...
June 25, 2012
Julie Bursek pointed to a PowerPoint slide describing the sooty shearwater, a sea bird that makes a 10,000-mile trek from Chile, along the Pacific Coast, through the Channel Islands and sometimes across to Asia. “It travels on air currents sometimes and feeds in the local...