Greenhouses for our Student Garden for the Transition Program were kindly donated by Driscoll’s Berry Farm and will be the birthplace of flowers and vegetables for our garden and flower businesses. We are getting close to completing the Garden’s Master Plan and Driscoll will complete installation after the winds die down.” Richard Lukas, RMHS Special […]
On Saturday, September 7 Frontier High School was invited, along with the other 2013 Civic Learning Award winners, to the Reagan Library. In honor of Constitution Day, the students, teachers and administrators heard a keynote speech by California’s Chief Justice, Tani Cantil-Sakuye, followed by students presenting their award winning programs. Students Mia Bolante (from year […]
Save the date of October 2. That is when the Chamber and the Oxnard Union High School District will ask business leaders to hear about Linked Learning and how it can train their future workers. “We get a lot of feedback from our local employers that the skills they are looking for don’t match the […]
The Oxnard Union High School District board recently approved a new after-school program led by environmental scientists and engineers. The district plans to offer the 12-week mentorship program, to be held at Naval Base Ventura County in Port Hueneme, to up to 20 of its high school students in the fall. “The students are going […]
On May 23, 2013, 37 cadets from the Air Force Junior ROTC Program at Oxnard High School visited the Channel Islands Air National Guard base in Pt. Mugu.
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 teaching and service to students, parents, and their school. In partnership […]
Mrs. Winters summarizes her acclaimed lesson plan: This unit was developed for my culinary chemistry class for 34 students very interested in food. My challenge was to teach them chemistry from the perspective of food. I really had to change the way I thought as a teacher and instead of teaching chemistry and integrating a […]
A student club at Adolfo Camarillo High School wants local businesses to help in its efforts to provide athletic equipment for youngsters at Casa Pacifica, a Camarillo-based shelter for abused and neglected children. The Camarillo High student organization Teenage Endeavors Elevating Neighboring Students Club, also known as the TEENS Club, is the sponsor of the […]