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CIHS Updates – 05.04.18


CIHS Zumba Instructor Anne Zielsdorf awarded the Soroptimist Woman making a Difference Award

Anne Zielsdorf was awarded the Soroptimist Woman Making a Difference Award for her volunteer Zumba class at Channel Islands High School for the past five years.  She has donated her time and 100% of the proceeds to the CI Squads. In doing so, she has built a strong community that supports each other other and has brought strong, positive recognition to Channel Islands High School. She was selected and honored by the Soroptimist International of Oxnard, and recognized by every legislative body in California, including the United States Congress! Thank you, Mrs. Z!

Honors received for her Zumba @ CI

Anne Z with family and CIHS staff: Marianne Ramos, Virgil Cardinez and Mark Raquedan.

Anne Zielsdorf being presented by former CI Class of ’77 Grad!


Open Mic Night 

On Wednesday, May 2, 2018, CIHS held its Open Mic Night.  Ten students displayed their talent with lively instruments and echoing vocals.  Mr. Teruel, Mr. Haynes, and Mr. Roque joined CI’s Jazz Band for two jazzy pieces.  Mr. Schlesinger joined the jamming session with a solo with guitar and vocals.  It was wonderful hearing the talent in the Islands.


Youth Truth event

On Friday, April 27th CIHS students together with Ms. Amy Greaves attended the Youth Truth Survey data event. Students reviewed student data and worked on a powerpoint that will be presented to staff.

Teacher Corner

A big thank you to school nurse Ms. Stacie Lueg and school resource officer Tammy McCready for speaking to the AVID-3 classes during their Career Exploration unit. Ms. Lueg shared her educational and career background with the students, and then talked about a variety of career options in the health field. Officer McCready, our longtime SRO, did the same for careers in law enforcement.
Channel Islands High graduate Paulina Nuñez will speak on behalf of the students receiving master’s degrees during California Lutheran University’s 2018 Graduate Commencement on Friday, May 11. Nunez is completing the Master of Public Policy and Administration program one year after earning bachelor’s degrees from Cal Lutheran in criminal justice and Spanish. As this year’s Gallegly Fellow, she has researched the impact of the prison realignment program on California counties. As an undergraduate, she studied the environmental toll of deforestation in Latin American countries. She also held multiple board positions in the Latin American Student Organization and was a student leader for Student Support Services. Passionate about serving the community, she is a legal processing assistant for the Ventura County Probation Agency and she plans to attend law school.

Boys Volleyball Senior Night 

On Tuesday, May 1 CIHS Boys Volleyball held their Senior Night! Go Raiders!

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