10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Oak View High School had two fantastic assemblies in October.†Students and staff had a great time listening to a motivational speaker at the "Career Day" themed assembly. Friday Night Live reminded everyone of the importance of not texting and driving during their "Distracted Driving" assembly. They would like to thank everyone for participating in the Safe Driving Campaign.
Instead of cupcakes for the Birthday Celebration, students had fun decorating Halloween cookies during lunch. Thank you to Mrs. Camacho and Mrs. Schmidt for planning this event!
Brent Voyles is Oak View High School's October Student of the Month
Brent Voyles is recognized as Oak View's†Student of the Month for October. He is a Senior and President of the Friday Night Live Group. Brent has demonstrated great leadership skills. He is polite and courteous to students and staff. He plans to attend college†to pursue a career in the Forestry Service in the Fish and Game Department.††Congratulations Brent!
Jacob Bisson is Oak View High School's†September Student†of the Month
Congratulations to Jacob Bisson who was awarded Oak View High School's†September Student of the Month.† Jacob has a friendly attitude towards students and staff.†He is a positive role model for other students.†He is highly motivated and is on track to be one of our mid-year graduates. Oak View is proud to award Jacob our Student of the Month Award.
Naomi Mahlstedt - First recipient of Oak View High School's Student of the Month Award
Naomi Mahlstedt is the first recipient of Oak View High School's Student of the Month Award. Naomi has great attendance, is responsible, self-motivated and demonstrates personal and academic success. Upon graduation, she has plans to attend a culinary institute to become a chef. Naomi has a friendly attitude toward everyone and is an inspiration for other students. Oak View was pleased to award Naomi our August Student of the Month Award.
As principal of Oak View High School and Education Center, I have known Ana Madrid for 10 years. She is a one woman wonder that cooks, serves, cleans and maintains a safe and efficient operation. I am amazed at the amount of work that she accomplished on a daily basis. I asked her what her secret was to keeping such a clean kitchen and she said she is continually cleaning up as he goes, so she doesnít have to do it later. When the health inspector came recently, he made a point to come to my office and let me know that he has NEVER seen a cleaner kitchen in the 12 years he has been inspecting. Ana works with our students on a daily basis and always has a smile and is so welcoming to them. Every Christmas she has a raffle and gives away prizes and gift certificates to the students because she cares so much for them. As the district caterer she also puts forth a first class effort in all the events as my colleagues around the district would attest to. Ana trains new employees in the way things are expected to be done, so when she has to be gone for a day or two, everything goes on the same as if she was still here. I know my observations of her are only through the lens of an administrator, by my appreciation for food service has been heightened by the dedication and quality and quantity of work that Ana produces on a daily basis. Ana is so deserving to be recognized as County Classified Employee of the Year!!!
Principal, Sam Spencer