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New Language, New Hope

For many newcomers to the United States, learning English is a daunting task. The English language is full of rules and exceptions, and is hardly ever phonetic like many other languages. It is relatively easy for a child growing up to learn multiple languages just by listening to them, unfortunately the same is not true …

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Oxnard teen in national top three run-off for college scholarship

Local teen Taylor Penny is a top three finalist, hoping to win a $50,000 scholarship from JCPenney. The company is celebrating its $100-million milestone that has benefited Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s (BGCA) afterschool programs and others nationwide, and launched a Facebook campaign that invites fans to “Care. Share. Win!” by deciding who and …

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Migrant Ed Students Complete OUHSD’s Triunfo Academy

About 120 Hueneme High and Frontier High students received certificates on July 23 for completing the Triunfo Academy, the Oxnard Union High School District’s six-week summer program for Migrant Education students. The Triunfo Academy is designed to serve at-risk students who have not passed the California High School Exit Exam or for those who need …

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Hueneme wins OUHSD’s Inaugural Math Competition

Despite having the fewest number of entrants, Hueneme High School beat the odds by winning the Oxnard Union High School District’s 2010 Inaugural Mathematics Competition on May 22. Viking mathematicians placed first by outpointing runner-up Oxnard High in the contest held on the Channel Islands High School campus. Rio Mesa High finished third. Students worked …

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