Hornet Hive Updates

Green JHS Weekly Bulletin for September 20th, 2021

Principal's Message

Good morning EO Green Families,

We need your support to ensure your student brings the textbooks to school tomorrow, Monday, September 20, and Tuesday 21, 2021. We are hosting the Williams Audit and your student needs to have all the textbooks assigned to him/her. Thank you for reminding your child about it.


Our GREEN staff appreciates that you're teaching your child to be responsible and respectful. Arriving at school on time and submitting work on time develops responsibility. Following classroom and schoolwide behavior expectations support the growth of a respectful trait. Please, continue talking about these character qualities that will help your child's academic and social-emotional development. Support your student to arrive at school on time; ensure that your student follows a healthy sleeping pattern, goes to bed on time and comes on campus before 7:55 am. The first bell rings at 7:57 am. As you have noticed, the school community is undergoing road repairs, so allow extra time for your morning commute to GREEN JHS.


All students have the potential to accomplish academic success in every subject. Please encourage your students to talk to their teacher if they have questions about the assignments, projects and quizzes/tests. Our responsible HORNET students try their best and turn in all tasks/projects.


Please be aware that tardiness and unexcused absences count against your child's attendance record. We know these are difficult times, so let us know how to provide support to avoid SARB consequences (School Attendance Review Boards). California compulsory education law requires everyone between the ages of six and eighteen to attend school.


Finally, there are two COVID-19 testing locations:

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays: Blackstock Junior High School, 701 E. Bard Road Tuesdays and Thursdays: Haycox Elementary School, 5400 Perkins Road Testing hours will be 10:00-4:00 at each location. Both testing sites will be walk-up only, no appointments necessary.


Reach out to your child's counselor or admin team if support is needed. We are here for you!


Attentively,

Mrs. Melgoza-Vasquez

Principal

Importance of being on-time
Time Management and Study Skills

New COVID Testing Sites!

HESD is pleased to announce that COVID-19 testing will be available in the district starting, Thursday, September 16th. Testing will be available to all HESD staff and students ONLY. The testing site is paid through special state grant funds, therefore it will NOT be available to the public, including staff and student family members who are not associated with the District.


Please read the attached letter from HESD for more information.

ENGLISH SPANISH


There will be two testing locations:

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays: Blackstock Junior High School, 701 E. Bard Road

Tuesdays and Thursdays: Haycox Elementary School, 5400 Perkins Road


Testing hours will be 10:00-4:00 at each location. Both testing sites will be walk-up only, no appointments necessary.


To register your GREEN student for COVID testing please click here. This link is ONLY for GREEN students. Students only need to register once before the first time they take a COVID test at a district site.

Public Library Support for Students

Rosenbluth Family Homework Center at Ray D. Prueter Library (Port Hueneme)
The Rosenbluth Family Homework Center is open Monday through Thursday, 3:00 – 5:30 pm. Our Homework Center provides free homework assistance in addition to internet access and free color printing for school projects.

Fall Reading Challenge Starts October 4

Ventura County Library would like to invite you and your students to join our Fall Reading Challenge. Students do not need a library card to sign up for this challenge.
• Challenge runs from October 4, 2021 to December 17, 2021.
• Preregister for the program now by visiting: https://vencolibrary.beanstack.org/reader365.
• Read books and log your minutes spent reading.
• After reading 500 minutes, pick up a free book from your local Ventura County Library (Prueter Library/Port Hueneme).
• Random prize drawings will occur throughout the challenge.

Living Well: Healthy Children Need Healthy Adults

This past year has taken a toll on our community. This conference is focused on the health and wellness of parents and families. Participants will learn more about self-care and resiliency and be given tools and strategies to use in their every day lives.


No COST to attend

Location: Online Webinar

Registration Link: https://vcoe.k12oms.org/1616-209112

TRIO

Interest in joining TRIO? TRIO is a program partnered with CLU to support students with their educational journey through college. Students learn important information regarding high school, applying for college, and financial aid opportunities. If you're interested in joining TRIO, please complete the application below.


For more information CLICK HERE


Check out the recent article in the VC Star on Trio.


English Application Link: https://forms.gle/FVLmgWTBWEFC9xvW6

Spanish Application Link: https://forms.gle/8eH9MrDkwxbdFSWk7

AVID TUTORS NEEDED!

EO Green is currently looking for Part Time AVID tutors to support our students. Please see the link below for information about how you can become an AVID tutor.


CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE

Need Low Cost Internet at Home?

Check out Emergency Broadband Internet Services here: Low-cost internet service

*****SAVE THE DATES*****

September 20th and 21st: Williams Walk Audit

Students must have their textbook for each class AND Chromebooks for our annual Williams Walk Audit.

September 24th: Early Dismissal

All students will be dismissed at 1:00 on Friday, September 24th for teacher planning and collaboration

September 28th: Picture Make-Ups

Students who are retaking pictures are allowed in be in non-uniform TOPS ONLY. Tops must follow dress code for non-uniform days. NO plain solid black or white t-shirts.

October 11th: No School

Staff development day. No students.

Useful Information

Student Guidelines For Success

Knowing what you need to do is the first step in being successful on campus. If you were able to attend orientation last week, you were able to view the the orientation presentation that included the Green JHS Guidelines for Success. You can review them or view them for the first time by clicking the links below. You can also view the guidelines at anytime by clicking the "Student Links" button on the Green JHS website.


Guidelines for Success- ENGLISH

Guidelines for Success- SPANISH

What to Bring Each Day

Temperature Screening

Temperature screening will be conducted at each campus entrance.


Please screen your child at home each day for fever or symptoms and do not send your child to school if he/she is symptomatic or sick.


For more information on safety protocols for the fall of 2021, please click on the Family Resource Guide Links below:


English: https://5il.co/wt9h

Spanish: https://5il.co/wt9i

Uniform Policy

School uniforms are required to be worn daily for the 2021/2022 school year. Please click the link below to view the uniform policy.


Uniform Policy- ENGLISH

Uniform Policy- SPANISH

Have You Accessed the digital library?

HESD Sora Digital Library

Check it out! You can access almost any book here through your Clever account. If the app asks for your school information, type "Hueneme Elementary School District."

We're Here For You!

HESD Tech Support

Green Junior High Counselors

Click here to access the HESD Counseling Corner full of resources for students and families. You can also find additional supports here: https://covid19k12counseling.org/.


School Counselors:

Mrs. Alma Alvarez-Rice (Last Name A-F)

Extension: 1690 Counseling Referral Form


Ms. Johanna Ayala (Last Name G-M)

Extension: 1665


Dr. Diane Gomez (Last Name N-Z)

Extension: 1689 Counseling Referral Form

Military Students and Families

NBVC Military Counselor

The MFLC can help support you and your child though these challenges and in the areas of: school adjustment, deployment and separation, reunion adjustment, sibling and parent-child communication, behavioral concerns, and fear or grief and loss issues. The MFLC also provides resources available on base and outside in the surrounding community based on the needs of the individual and family. I am on campus on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and you can either contact me by: calling the school directly or stopping by the front office and request a meeting with the Military Counselor.


-Ana Montenegro



***Please contact your school counselor at Green and they will help you get connected with the base counselor to access this support.***

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The MWR Digital Library

** Military students and families ONLY**

Contact Us

Principal: Mrs. Melgoza-Vasquez

Extension: 1699 Email: imelgoza@hueneme.org


Assistant Principal (8th Grade): Branden Grange

Extension: 1697 Email: bgrange@hueneme.org


Assistant Principal (7th Grade): Dr. Veronica Pacheco

Extension: 1698 Email: vpacheco@hueneme.org



There are many ways to get in contact with your teacher.

  • Email
  • Contact your teacher during his/her office hours
  • Check in to your classes each day
  • Google Classroom
  • Call your teacher on the phone: 986-8750 and your teacher's extension