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Channel Islands High School Weekly Update 10.26.18


Raider students attended the “Going to College” event hosted by UCLA. Mr. Haynes reported It was a beautiful night for a UCLA game as CI students enjoy the band and the game. Notice the band formed an H for Haynes on the field! A great time was had by all!!    

                CI students in front of the Wooden Center, UCLA. The young man with the green shoes, Dajonn Davis had a great night at his OWN football game Friday night and now comes to see LA do their thing. Yeah they… I mean we… won. 31-30.



ASB hosted Harvest Fest this week during lunch. Junior Taylor Fair took the lead in planning the event. Events were The Candy Corn Count, Guess the size and weight of two enormous pumpkins and the Pumpkin Pie Eating Contest. The culminating event is the Kiss the Pig fundraiser for the Cancer Society.




“Leading the Youth”, Channel Islands’ tutoring club, recently began its eighth year of supporting the students of Williams Elementary School. LTY was started by some of Mr. John Grennan’s AVID-3 students years ago as a way to give back to the community and build up volunteer hours. Students in the club provide assistance in the After School Education and Safety (ASES) program offered through City Corps and the City of Oxnard. Three days a week our 14 Raider volunteers tutor students during homework hour in grades 1-5. Pictured, from left to right, are Angelina Leaños, Ivon Sanchez, Britney Solomon, Carlos Martinez and Kairo Hernandez.


Coach Zielsdorf reports that during the PVL Girls Tennis Finals Alejandra Orozco and Alicia Villavicencio came out as Back Draw Champions after 5 sets of play! The Finals were held at Buena High School, Thursday, 10/24/18.



The Parent Project group met Oct 23rd. During the meeting parents were given the opportunity to sign up for “The Reality Party” that is being held by the Oxnard Police Department, Saturday, Oct. 27. Parents will get a peak at what goes on at a teen party. 15 to 20 parents registered to attend, as registration for the event is required.



A FAFSA night was held Wed, Oct. 24, in the math lab, which was well attended by our students and parents.



The Family Conference will be attended by our Channel Islands parents this Saturday, Oct. 27, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Pacifica High School where they will learn about college and university options, financial aide, scholarships and career guidance.



A College Application workshop will be held October 29 throughout the day in the Math Lab for students to fill out their college apps. Sign up is required.



What’s Halloween without the Island’s Haunted House? You can get your spook on Oct. 29 – Oct. 31, during lunch in the ASB Room #92. The fee is $2.


Here at the Islands, on Saturdays from 9:00 am-1:00 pm, CSUCI university student mentors come and work with students for STEM Club. Mr. Roque has students work on activities such as 3D printing, soldering, and exploding bottles using Alka-Seltzer. In addition, university student mentors give presentations such as requirements to get into a CSU. If you know any students that are interested, have them talk to Mr. Corona in room 61.


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