Hueneme celebrates Red Ribbon Week

Red ribbon.

Hueneme High School celebrates Red Ribbon Week by saying *NO!* to drugs. Peer Resource will host a wonderful week of events and spirit days to remind all students, faculty and staff to SAY NO to drugs! Monday, October 27: PAJAMA DAY. At lunch: Whip Cream Challenge Tuesday, October 28: TWIN DAY! At lunch: Sack Races […]

Camarillo Homecoming – October 17th and 18th

Adolfo Camarillo High School Logo.

Camarillo High School celebrated their “Mardi Gras on Scoprion Street” themed homecoming on October 17th and 18th. Camarillo High School’s ASB worked throughout the week to create a homecoming themed spirit week, rally, halftime show, and dance. The homecoming football game took place on Friday versus Calabasas High School and included a halftime show highlighted […]

First Ever Coastal Canyon League Champions

Girl's tennis team is posing for photo.

Camarillo Girls’ Tennis ended their regular season in a three-way tie for first place with Simi Valley and Oak Park. They become the first-ever Coastal Canyon Champions for Camarillo High School. Camarillo is competing in the Coastal Canyon League which consists of Simi Valley, Oak Park, Royal, and Moopark. This configuration is set for the […]

Spartan Spotlight

Spartan Spotlight.

With a new year comes new programs. Such is the situation with Spartan Spotlight, which is the new vehicle for the students and faculty and staff at Rio Mesa to get all the announcements, club news, sports results and other information that needs to be publicized to the RMHS community. One of the major surprises […]

Spartans Shine in Fall PVL Play

Spartans Spike Competition.

Rio Mesa’s athletic teams are flexing their muscles during the fall season in the newly-configured Pacific View League. Currently, no Spartan team is ranked lower than second place in the PVL, and several have already sewn up League Championships! The Girls’ Tennis wrapped up a League title last week with a spotless 8-0 record. Coach […]

Neilan is perfection personified

Emily Neilan hits the ball over the net.

OXNARD, Calif. – The nickname was given in a joking manner. Yet it clearly demonstrates the immense respect felt for Emily Neilan.

FHS Goes Beyond Their Goal

Students are posing for photo.

After hearing a presentation by Tish Hearne on the the need to raise awareness for Pediatric Cancer, the FHS ASB unanimously voted to begin a month long campaign in September. As a school, we pledged to WALK, RUN or BIKE 15,000 miles in 30 days. ASB coordinated and collected data from every class, everyday to […]