Pacifica’s Prom, “Beneath the Winter Stars,” will be held this Saturday, May 12 at Universal Studios from 8pm-midnight. 570 students and guests will be attending. The event includes dinner consisting of caesar salad, pasta, chicken piccata, various desserts, and unlimited refreshments. Besides dancing, attendees will also be able to have a caricature drawing done, take a photo booth pictures with friends, and enjoy part of the park. Prom queen and king voting will also occur on site, with the winners crowned that night.
The nominees for prom king are:
Angel Villanueva, Chris Casimiro, Nathaniel Tagulao, and Sebastian Rios-Lara.
The nominees for prom queen are:
Evelyn Guillen, Hazel Mandujano, Kacie Galang, and Veronica Armendariz.
Following the prom, PTSA will be hosting an after-prom party at Oxnard Plaza 14 Cinemas. The night will feature more food, activities, movies, and prizes. Those students who take the charter buses to prom will be dropped off at the after prom party to continue their night.
Our Unified basketball teams are practicing every Friday in preparation for our upcoming games against the OHS Unified teams on June 7th. There will be 2 games played that day so please be on the lookout for details so you can come out and show your support!!!
The students from Ms. Magallanes and Ms. Soto’s classes had spent all last week learning about the job of firefighter and what they do for our community. They were then able to end the week with an amazing presentation with a visit from Captain Spence, Engineer Aguirre, and Firefighter Gilson from Oxnard Fire Department Station 4 last Friday. This included being able to see the gear/equipment, and engine firsthand, as well as shoot water from the hose!
Key Club members chomped down on lemons yesterday as a part of an awareness and fundraising campaign for ending tetanus that kills mothers and babies around the world. The fact that neonatal tetanus kills one baby every 11 minutes is something that the Eliminate campaign (Key Club, Kiwanis, and UNICEF) is working on to immunize 100 million people – so our pucker-faced Key Clubbers are doing their bit by taking their sour bite!
- Neonatal tetanus kills one baby every eleven minutes—approximately 34,000 newborns every year.
- To eliminate MNT from the Earth, more than 100 million must be immunized to protect themselves and their future newborns. This requires vaccines, syringes, safe storage, transportation, thousands of skilled staff and more.
- It will take US$110 million—and the dedicated work of UNICEF and every member of the Kiwanis family.
Mrs. Wolfe would like to congratulate her Peer Resource class and especially three students for successfully handling a Conflict Mediation on Monday, May 7. Two students were referred to conflict mediation by former Peer Resource teacher, turned assistant principal, Mr. Salehi. The two students agreeing to the mediation were treated with respect, kindness and professionalism by their Peer Resource mediators: -Joshua Carranza and K’lian Casey, both outstanding 9th graders. The note taker was sophomore Hanna Aparicio. Thank you to Mr. Salehi for using this powerful intervention option and congratulations to Joshua, K’lian and Hanna for a job well done!
Health & Wellness Fair
Over 200 families came to Pacifica High School to host OUHSD Annual FAMILY HEALTH & WELLNESS FAIR on Saturday, April 28th from 11am till 2pm. Providers present were: Food Share, Behavioral Health, Clinical del Camino Real, CDR, Gold Coast Health Plan, City of Oxnard, Community Action HEAP, Tri-Counties, Human Services Agency, Public Health, YMCA, Dignity Health, Foster VC Kids, AMR. Families also learning about Youth/Family Counseling Home Energy Assistance Programs, Mental Health, Health Insurance Programs and Free Health Screenings that included Blood Glucose/Blood Pressure/Vision/Breast Exams). Families walked away with a bag full of veggies and fruits! A special thank you to Hilda Gomez from the OUHSD who organized this event along with each School Site Parent Facilitator. #Tritonswintheday
Counselors went into the Government and Economics classes to inform seniors about Senior Awards Night and to have students complete the post high school plan survey.