Weekly Update

Friday, May 5, 2017

Drama

Our Drama students are currently performing William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.”  Performances were last week, and continue this week on May 4th, 5th, and 6th.  Curtain is at 7:30pm.  Student tickets are $5 and adult tickets are $10.  The performance is superb!

 

Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

Today at lunch in the quad, the following events will be happening:

  • Taco sales by MECHa
  • Churro sales by ASB Pinata fun by ASB
  • Fun and Games by Spanish Club
  • Mariachi will be performing

 

Celebrating one of our Teachers

Tonight our Wood Shop Teacher, Peter Wachtel, will be featured on ABC’s “The Toy Box” at 8:00pm.  He will present one of the toys he created to the judges, and it COULD be produced by Mattel if he wins!

 

Professional Development

Several of our Science teachers recently attended the one-day 2017 NGSS Leadership Conference, where they learned more about 3-D learning and assessments.  They said it was very informative and useful.

 

Athletic News

At the Ventura County Track and Field Championships:

  • Daniel Gomez was the County Champion in the 800 m.
  • Girls’ 4 x 100 Relay team of Alexa Cuevas, Emma Jansen, Christy Chuidian, and McKenna Meaney took third place AND ran a school record time of 48.38.
  • McKenna Meaney was 5th in 100 m and 200 m.
  • Nike Reid was 6th in 100 m.
  • Bella Pantoja took fourth place in the long jump.
  • Karleigh Cundiff took sixth place in the discus.
  • Mark Pizza finished in fifth place in the 1600 m.
  • Sean McCarthy was fifth in 3200.
  • Spencer Gravel took sixth place in 3200.

Congratulations to Coach Dowden and the Boys’ Golf Team for winning the Coastal Canyon Championship with an undefeated record.

  • The total from the three league matches were Camarillo 1163, Moorpark 1176, Oak Park 1177, Simi Valley 1230, and Royal 1338.
  • Terrell Chriss, Joey Zambri, and Michael Sun advance as CIF-SS Individuals.

At the Boys’ Coastal Canyon Tennis Tournament:

  • Ilya Bolotsky finished second in Singles and qualifies for CIF Individuals.
  • The Doubles Team of Stefan Anderson and Justin Lieb also finished second in league to qualify for CIF.
  • As a team, they finished second in the Coastal Canyon League behind Oak Park.