TECA Senior camp trip last week at El Capitan State Beachsenior bonding trip for TECA academy led by Chaperones Ian McFayden, Corrinne Abbott, Cynthia Hernandez and Jessika Unterberger
ACADEMY OF BUSINESS
The AOB students were out in full force at Pete’s Greens this week. They learned about industry disruption and innovative business models.
Mrs. Behniwal’s Peer Resource class continues to educate students about the dangers of vaping. Here are two of the recent posters her students made to provide information effects of vaping on the heart. Way to Go, Peer Resource!
Dr. Erik Farias took his Math for Financial Literacy students to Oxnard College on April 3rd. Triton teachers continuously seek opportunities outside of the classroom to help their students embrace our college going culture.
PHS AVID 2 student Emonee Sanchez did an excellent job presenting about Youtuber Indy Blue. The icing on the cake was Indy acknowledging Emonee’s hard work and retweeting her tweet. Good job Emonee!
On Tuesday night, Pacifica participated in the 26th annual High School Art Exhibit at the Maritime Museum, located at Channel Islands Harbor.
The following students took home two prizes for Pacifica High School.
Momoka Young (11th) received an Honorable mention for watercolor painting and Kimberly Nguyen (10th) took first place for Sculpture.
The exhibit will be up until April 30 at the Maritime Museum, at Channels Islands harbor, if anyone is interested in catching the exhibition.
Other Tritons who participated were: Daniel Alonso (10th), Mariah Armendariiz (9th), Daisy De La Mora (11th), Emmanuel Rodriguez (12th), and Chalese Carmona (9th).
On Wednesday April 10th, the Pacifica High School Team attended the last PBIS COHORT training at the district office with Susan Isaacs. During the training, we were provided with the “District’s Discipline Data”. This is a report for all students and special populations within the entire OUHSD. We worked with Module E book, Understanding the Attributes of Safe and Unsafe Schools. We discussed the importance of emergency preparedness, monthly drills, and identifying and planning for any “disaster” that might affect our school. We discussed procedures for a natural disaster (earthquake) or evacuations due to a fire in our community. Medical emergencies on campus were also a topic for discussion and planning for student’s safety while at Pacifica. Thank you to the PHS/PBIS team for attending this important training!