CIHS partnered with AT&T and held the #Itcanwait event
On Tuesday, April 10, 2018, CIHS partnered with AT&T to deliver an important message about the dangers of distracted driving. AT&T brought a VR experience which provided students with a dramatic encounter with real-life stories of distracted driving and shocking statistics around the issue. CIHS is the third school in the nation to provide this experience to its students. The feedback from the students was overwhelmingly positive.
Participants at the event include:
Christine Moore, AT&T Director of External Affairs
Terri Leon, Director, Oxnard Union High School District
Guadalupe Reyes, Director, Oxnard Union High School District
Ray Senesac, Principal, Channel Islands High School
Marianne Ramos, Asst. Principal, Channel Islands High School
Sgt. Daniel Shrubb, Oxnard Police Dept.
Sr. Officer Paul Knapp, Oxnard Police Dept.
School Resource Office Tamara McCready, Oxnard Police Dept.
Betsi Cervantes, District Representative, Office of Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson
Jeannette Sanchez-Palacios, District Director, Office of Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin
In addition to the important safety message, Channel Islands High School and Asst. Principal Ramos both received Certificates of Recognition from the office of Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin and office of Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson. Certificates were issued as a special recognition for their commitment and efforts to ensure that CIHS students had the opportunity to participate in the AT&T “It Can Wait” event. It was also noted that Asst. Principal Ramos’ passion and persistence were one of the major reasons that Channel Islands was selected to be the only stop in Ventura County.
Below is a link to the ABC affiliate coverage of the event.
CIHS Parent Institute for Quality Education PIQE Graduation
On Thursday, April 12, 2018 CIHS parents graduated from Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE).
OUHSD Mariachi students performing “Canciones de mi Pueblo” at CIHS PIQE Parent Graduation Night
CI Maritime Museum’s 28th Annual Art Exhibit
CIHS represented at the CI Maritime Museum’s 28th Annual Art Exhibit and went home with two awards. Congratulations to CIHS winners Martin Medina, 1st Place, Pen & Ink, Ocean’s Dream, and to Lyn Abayatnan, 3rd Place, Pen & Ink, Mea Culpa.
Miss Dance Drill Team USA Nationals
The CIHS Squads lead by Mark Raquedan won the Grand Champion Sweepstakes as the top school at Miss Dance Drill Team USA Nationals this past weekend! Our teams that won National Championships were All Male, Coed Dance, Coed Hip Hop and Short Flags! It was an exciting competition hearing “1st Place, Channel Islands!” All evening long!
Coed Hip Hop- National Champions
Short Flags- National Champions
All Male- National Champions
Coed Dance-National Champions
Drill Team- 3rd Place
Annual Prom Expo
The CIHS ASB Jr. class hosted the Annual Prom Expo Wednesday night. It was a fun filled, enthusiastic event! Prom will be May 12 @ The Vineyards in Simi Valley!
CIHS Zumba 5th Year Anniversary
CIHS Zumba celebrated their 5th Anniversary serving the CI community. Hundreds of community members have danced their way in fundraising thousands of dollars for CI HS squads over the past five years. Thanks to Anne Zielsdorf for her dedication and commitment in donating her time and effort all these years! Zumba members had the pleasure of enjoying a performance by CIHS Squads.
2nd Annual Car Show
On Sunday, April 6, 2018 CIHS held the 2nd Annual Car Show. It was a successful event thanks to our PFSO team, Car clubs, Sponsors, Student Clubs and School Staff. Thank You CIHS PFSO Team for your dedication and commitment to our students.
Richard Arreola pitched a complete game and had three runs batted in to lead the CI baseball team to an 8-2 victory over Hueneme on Tuesday. Arreola, a senior, allowed only four hits in his seven innings. Robert Espinosa was a 2 for 3 with a double and two RBI. Gabe Landeros also had a double.
CIHS Boys Volleyball beat HHS in 5th game…great job Raiders! Awesome effort on both sides.