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3 months ago

        Williams Wildcats


                     Expect the best!  Achieve Success!


District Vision Statement: Inspiring and empowering every student to thrive every day. Click here to see the district vision video

Click here to see our Special Video to the School Board

                             
  

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                                     Intend to be 

                                     Lifelong 

                                     Learners 

                                     Inspiring 

                                    Achieving and 

                                    Modeling 

                                    Success

Drop-in Homework Club (scroll down)
Drop-in Homework Club (scroll down)
The teachers will be available for homework club Monday and Wednesday in the following rooms:
Grade 1& 2 - room 9 from 2:30-3:15
Grades 3, 4 & 5 - Room 15 from 2:30-3:30
Tuesdays are staff meeting days and Thursdays are teacher prep days. Most teachers do not require Friday homework.
Williams' AR Progress

School Site Council - SSC

5 months ago

This page will contain copies of the agendas and minutes for the School Site Council as well as copies of our school plans so that all stakeholders (Parents, teachers, students, community) can be a part of our process.  If you have any input you would like to offer on our school plans please contact the principal or join us at one of our meetings.


Next Scheduled Meeting:

Thursday April 20th at 3:00 in room 6


Agendas and Minutes

January 19, 2017 minutes

January 29, 2017 agenda

October 20, 2016 minutes

October 20, 2016 agenda

September 22, 2016 minutes


School Plans

2016 School Accountability Report Card

Single Plan for Student Achievement

Safe School Plan

November Budget




CAASPP State Testing
State testing for students in grades 3-8 will be conducted May 22-June 9.
The Science Pilot Test will be given to students in grade 5 during the week of March 20-31.
Parent informational letters will be sent home for both tests in February. If you do not receive one please contact your child's teacher or the office.

Please click on the video link below for more information on the state testing (in English-dated March 2015).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8aUmwXGX34
Hueneme Ca
Wildcat Attendance
Congratulations to the classes who have earned their WILDCATS letters for perfect attendance! These classes get a free dress day or an extra principal’s recess.
Mrs. Evans 10/24, 11/1, 11/22, 12/6, 1/18, 2/3, 3/1, 3/8,
Mrs. Gudaz/Mrs. Hill 10/24, 11/7, 1/18, 2/9, 3/9
Mr. Gonzalez 11/1, 1/10, 3/9
Mrs. Dipasquale 11/7, 12/6, 2/1, 2/28,
Mrs. Hernandez 11/10, 12/14, 1/26, 2/28,
Mrs. Keelan 11/10, 12/14, 1/27, 3/10
Mrs. Patrick 11/18, 12/12, 2/14,
Mrs. Aguilar 11/30, 2/1, 3/14,
Mrs. Cardenas 11/8, 12/13, 1/25, 2/24,
Mrs. Casas 11/22, 3/3
Mr. Gomez 11/28, 1/17, 3/13
Mrs. Engelmann 11/28, 2/9, 3/3,
Mrs. Johnsen 12/22, 2/15,
Mrs. Mercado 11/30, 12/14, 2/15,
Mrs. Mesrobian 12/6, 2/2,
Mrs. Preciado 11/22, 3/9,
Mrs. Reed 12/12, 2/10,
Mrs. Carter 1/5,
Ms. Young 1/11, 3/1,
Mrs. Casillas 1/24, 3/10
Character Counts
Character Counts
Character Counts
Wear the colors every Friday for the focus trai to of the month.
Aug/Sept - Respect (yellow)
Oct - Trustworthiness (blue)
Nov - Citizenship (purple)
Dec - Caring (red)
Jan - Responsibility (green)
Feb - Caring (red)
Mar - Trustworthiness (blue)
April - Fairness (orange)
May - Citizenship (purple)
June - Responsibility (green)

PTA (Parent Teacher Association)

2 months ago

We will be adding more information from our PTA as it becomes available

We have just a few parents/teachers doing a LOT of work to raise money for our teachers and students.  If you can help with fundraisers, or other activities please let us know in the office and we will pass your contact information on to the PTA.

If you know of a business that would be willing to help sponsor some of our PTA activities please let us know. 


PTA President- Ana Serrano

PTA Vice President- Alba Baralaga

PTA Secretary- Judy Villanueva

PTA Treasurer- Ana Gonzalez



We will post the current budget but here is an idea of how PTA funds have been used:

Teacher support ( yearly reimbursements $50-100 per teacher)

Student Books (library and classroom)

Field Trips (extra support when requested)

Playground Equipment

Playground Tables and Umbrellas

Marquee Fund (Funds being set aside until we reach goal)

Water and Prizes for Jog-a-Thon

Red Ribbon Week Activities

Volunteer Appreciation

Teacher Appreciation Lunch

Read Across America

Battle of the Books 

Movie Nights (snacks)



Uniform Donations
Uniform Donations
Please donate gently used uniforms that you no longer need so others may use them next year.
TITLE IX
Hueneme Elementary School District did not offer competitive athletics as that term is defined by Education Code Section 221.9 (e) in the 2015-2016 school year.
No Parking Reminder
Please remember that only staff can park in any of our lots during pick-up and drop off times. This change was made at parent request for student safety. Please park in the neighborhood and walk your students in or drop them safely at a crosswalk.

50th Anniversary

6 days ago

Williams Elementary will be celebrating its 50th anniversary on September 11, 2017.

We are planning various activities throughout the year to celebrate.  We would like to invite alumni staff and students to join us on Sept 11, 2017 for a special ceremony.  Please send contact information to us a sparsons@huensd.k12.ca.us or call the office at 805 488-3541. 



         

Mr. Al Berg, first principal at Williams, comes to visit and share some memories.


 Mr. Gomez, Mr. Berg, and Dr. Parsons

       


The hunt is on for our missing time capsule(s).  Click on the paper to see the Ventura County Star Article.


M Anon Clue

M Robertson Clue

C Tench Clue




We are seeing some social media activity.  Please contact us if you have memories to share or you know about a missing time capsule.





Wildcat alumni from the Oxnard PD came to share memories and time capsule clues.







Sr. Police Officer Hannah Estrada and Sgt. Marc Amon visit with Ms. Burke and Dr. Parsons.

           Sgt Amon tries to recall where a time capsule was buried back in the 80's.












Mrs. Loretta Schieffer, one of our "original" teachers reads to Mrs. Engelmann's 2nd graders.


Mrs. Scheiffer and Mrs. Engelmann

The Navy to the rescue with their ground penetrating radar!

Looks like a big hit about 6 ft deep!

David Wilson marks the target and it looks big.

Another, smaller hit in the back (where Sgt Amon pointed out a possible site).

4th graders from rm 16 start the dig.

About 10 ft. later and all we got were rocks for Mrs. Burke's garden :-(


All the digging provided great entertainment at recess.


Surely we'll find it in the front though!


Mr. Jeff even brought in another metal detector


9 feet down and no luck!

The Ventura County Star came out to watch our plight and hung in there until the end.  We went down to 9 feet and we never found anything but a railroad spike.  We are sad!  If you have better intel on the mysterious missing time capsule call us at 488-3541.

Click on the picture to the right to see the second article about our search.



A Mother's Story

Shirley Goodwin shares some memories of the early days at Williams before Bard Rd. met up with Anchorage St.

Click on the picture of her kids to read her story.








An early shirt from the Godwins

Mrs. Goodwin donated one of the shirts her kids wore in about 1978

         
  • Battle of The Books Champions
    Battle of The Books Champions
    Williams Wildcats won in a competition with Beach and Hathaway. Congratulations "The Lightning Strikes"
  • Williams Wildcats won in a competition with Beach and Hathaway. Congratulations "The Lightning Strikes"
  • Williams Wildcats won in a competition with Beach and Hathaway. Congratulations "The Lightning Strikes"
  • Williams Wildcats won in a competition with Beach and Hathaway. Congratulations "The Lightning Strikes"
  • Williams Wildcats won in a competition with Beach and Hathaway. Congratulations "The Lightning Strikes"
  • Williams Wildcats won in a competition with Beach and Hathaway. Congratulations "The Lightning Strikes"
  • Williams Wildcats won in a competition with Beach and Hathaway. Congratulations "The Lightning Strikes"
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