50th Anniversary

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

         
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