District offers Chinese Mandarin with an eye toward the future

Announcement of learning mandarin Chinese.

Superintendent Gabe Soumakian said preparing young people for an economy where business knows no borders requires teaching students more languages, especially Mandarin, one of the fastest growing languages in the world. Soumakian said district offi- cials recognize India and China as two of the world’s leading emerging markets, and in order for students to compete […]

OUHSD leader building support for new high school

Dr. Soumakian, headshot.

Leslie Pilkington Pillado has two children who’ve walked the halls of Adolfo Camarillo High School. Her daughter Erica, 18, graduated last year and is now a freshman at UCLA. Her 14-yearold, Brandon, is currently a freshman. “We are very happy with the teachers and the curriculum at Camarillo,” Pillado said. Erica excelled at Camarillo High […]

OHS goes on a Water Walk for non-profit

Girls with water walk newsletter.

Driving down Victoria Road or Fifth Street on Saturday morning, one might have seen a large ensemble of teenagers parading down the road and waving at passing cars. The reason for the commotion? Oxnard High School’s ASB class was participating in Do Something’s Water Games program. The non-profit encouraged groups to hold three to four […]