Bulletin

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Bulletin for the week of October 30, 2017

GENERAL:

* Still have lots of ID cards, school pictures and homecoming pictures that need to be picked up at the ASB Bookkeeper window.

* The Camarillo Police Department is offering The Parent Project, Monday evenings for ten weeks starting on November 13.  Parents with difficult, defiant, or problematic children are encouraged to attend; however, all parents of middle and high school students will also benefit from this course. The goal is to give parents guidance to help them develop more successful children. The course content consists of methods to address drugs, sex, gangs, poor grades, runaways, and violence.  Additional content includes guidance in gaining children’s compliance of house rules, how to never argue with your child again, and how to use other parents for support. Additional information can be reviewed at www.parentproject.com. This course is free however; there is a $30 fee for the course workbook. Interested parents wishing to register are asked to  contact the Community Resource Unit at (805) 388-5155 with any questions.  Class size is limited so don’t delay and register  at parentproject.com or call today.

* Senior Tribute Ads for the Yearbook: Flyers were mailed to senior parents last week.  Early bird discounts for the ads, ranging from 1/8th page to a full page, apply until November 4th, with the final deadline being December 2. If anyone would like information or have any questions, please contact jeff.jackson@ouhsd.k12.ca.us.

* The Girls’ and Boys’ Tennis Team are holding a fundraiser the month of October in order to raise funds for a new rally backboard. Please bring any “lightly worn shoes” to school to donate. It’s time to clean out your closets. We have bins in the front office and in the girls’ locker room. Eventually these shoes go to families in need. All sizes and types of “lightly worn shoes” are accepted, except golf shoes and ski boots. Thank you in advance.

* Due to the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, there have been schools in Texas that have lost so much athletic equipment as well as general school supplies. The CIF Southern Section has asked ALL schools to help by participating in a fundraising effort. The Coastal Canyon League (Camarillo, Moorpark, Oak Park, Simi Valley, and Royal) have adopted two of the poorest sister schools in Corpus Christi.  Camarillo High School athletes will be collecting donations at the last home football game (November 3rd) to give back to Roy Miller and Foy Moody High Schools.

* Parents/Students: Dropping-Off and Picking-Up students before and after school. Please be aware of the posted traffic signs.  There is no stopping on Mission Oaks Blvd. in front of the school except in the designated area south of Anguila Place (the street past the crosswalk). The Camarillo Police Department has received several calls regarding these violations and will be citing drivers. Please be aware that it may be easier to drop off at the lower parking lot near the baseball field versus the main front lot. It is a much larger parking lot with much less congestion.

* Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District is looking for student volunteers:

  • October 31, 2017- Halloween in the Park event- Volunteers are needed to help with passing out candy, pumpkin painting, crafts, and game booths.
  • December 2, 2017-Breakfast with Santa. PVRPD is looking for volunteers to help serve breakfast and bus tables.
  • December 9, 2017-Camarillo Christmas Parade-Volunteers to help with the parade lineups and at Santa’s Village.

For an application, see Mary Perez, ACHS Athletic Director.

 

COUNSELING:

* College SPARK has started: Bring your college questions to room C-4 on Mondays/Wednesdays 3:10-4:10 and Tuesdays @ lunch and a counselor will be available to answer questions and provide college support! Hope to see you there.

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER:

* Visiting Colleges: Please make sure to sign-up in the College & Career Center

  • Sarah Lawrence College: Period 2, October 30th
  • Financial Aid workshop: Period 4, October 30th
  • (Date Change) Mount Saint Mary’s: Period 3, November 1st
  • Texas Christian University: Period 3, November 2nd
  • Vanguard University: Period 4, November 2nd
  • University of Oregon: Period 3, November 3rd

CLUBS:

* Engineering Club meets every Monday in room T-12 at lunch.

* Join Interact Club, we meet every Tuesday in room L-1.

* If you love Spongebob and enjoy the first 3 seasons of the show, then Spongebob Club is just the club for you. Bring your lunch and be ready to laugh at the antics of our friends from Bikini Bottom. We hold club meetings every Wednesday at lunch in room i-2. When in doubt, pinky out!

* KIWIN’S will be meeting Wednesdays in the gym during lunch. Hope to see you all there!

* The ACHS Gay-Straight Alliance Club meets every Friday during lunch in room A-1. ALL PEOPLE ARE WELCOME; ALL ARE EMBRACED and ACCEPTED.

SPORTS:

* Baseball: There will be a meeting for any new players interested in trying out for the baseball program Friday, November 3rd  at lunch in room M-4.

* Boys interested in playing basketball this year, there will be a mandatory tryout on Saturday, November 4th at 10AM in the gym.  You must have a current physical on file to tryout.  Please see Coach Smith in room C-5 with any questions.

OXNARD UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT: GRADE REPORT SCHEDULE: First Semester

Tuesday, Oct 31- End of 1st Quarter

Friday, Nov 3- Grades Mailed Home,

Friday, Dec. 8-End of Progress Grading Period

Friday, Dec 15- Grades Mailed Home

Friday, Jan 26–End of 1st Semester

Friday, Feb 2-Grades Mailed Home

ACHS COMMUNITY CALENDAR:

* To view the ACHS Calendar please visit http://www.camarillohigh.us/calendar/

ACHS CALENDAR EVENTS: (Note: Dates & Times subject to change)

 

October 31

November 2

End of First Quarter

Collegial Collaboration Day

 

Collegial Day

November 4 Marching Band at the Hart Tournament College of the Canyons

7:15pm

 

November 4

 

 

SAT

 

 

A-Wing

 

 

November 7 Election Day
November 7 PTSA Meeting Library-6:30pm
November 10 HOLIDAY ·Veterans’ Day NO SCHOOL
November 11 ACHS Marching Band @ Oxnard Field Tournament 11:00am-approximately
November 11 ACHS Marching Band @ Moorpark Battle of the Bands 6:45pm
November 15 ELAC Meeting Library, 6:00pm
November 16 Collegial Collaboration Day Collegial Day
November 20-24 HOLIDAY – Thanksgiving NO SCHOOL
November 30 Collegial Collaboration Day Collegial Day
December 1 Fall Sports Rally Quad, Lunch
December 2 SAT A-Wing
December 5 PTSA Meeting Library,6:30pm
December 7 Collegial Collaboration Day Collegial Day
December 9 Marching Band and Mariachi @ Camarillo Xmas Parade Morning
December 10 Winter Concert RCHS AT 6:30pm
December 11 Fall Sports Awards Night Gym- 7:00pm
December 12 & 13 Blood Drive Cafeteria 1-61h periods
December 14 Collegial Collaboration Day Collegial Day
December 20 ELAC Meeting Cafeteria, 6:00pm
December 22-Jan. 5 WINTER BREAK NO SCHOOL
January 8, 2018 Welcome Back from v\linter Break! WELCOME BACK!
January 9 PTSA Meeting Library,6:30pm
January 11 Collegial Collaboration Day Collegial Day
January 15 HOLIDAY – Martin Luther King Jr. Day NO SCHOOL
January 18 School Site Council Meeting E-10,2:00pm
January 18 Collegial Collaboration Day Collegial Day
January 24 FINAL EXAMS (Finals Periods 5, 6) Minimum Day
January 25 FINAL EXAMS (Finals Periods 1, 3) Minimum Day
January 26 FINAL EXAMS (Finals Periods 2, 4) Minimum Day
January 29 Teacher Prep Day NO SCHOOL