Get On The Bus Charity Drive
Oak View High School's English classes are joining together in an effort to support the non-profit organization, Get On The Bus. Get On The Bus brings children and their caregivers from throughout the state of California to visit their mothers and fathers who are in prison on Mother's Day and Father's Day. Each child is provided a travel bag, a photo with his or her parent, and meals for the day. On the trip home, the children are given a teddy bear with a letter from their parent as well as post-event counseling. They are in need of items to support this event. Please refer to the flyers that were distributed. You can find flyers in the office or contact Ms. Schmidt.
Kirsten McDonald is Oak View High School's December Student of the Month!
Kirsten McDonald is a polite, courteous student with a positive attitude. She is a member of the Friday Nite Live Group and has participated in many school and community projects. She is a Teacher's Assistant in Oak View Education Center's Elementary classroom. Kirsten plans to attend college to pursue a career as a zoologist, specializing in large wild animals. Oak View is proud to award Kirsten our Student of the Month Award.
Announcing the Winners of the Door Decorating Contest...
Congratulations to Mr. Ramirez whose door was decorated as Olaf and to Mr. Cruz whose door came to life as the Grinch! All the doors on campus were fantastic and were a fun addition to Oak View's December festivities!
The Hour of Code was a success!
As part of Computer Science Education week, Oak View High School participated in the Hour of Code by writing code using a self-guided Star Wars tutorial. Students received certificates for completing the Hour of Code. The Hour of Code is a nationwide initiative to introduce millions of students to one hour of Computer Science and Computer Programming.
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.