E.O. Green Hornet Hive Updates

Green JHS Weekly Bulletin for Mar. 6, 2023


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Good morning GREEN Educational Partners,

Your students still have time to submit all missing assignments and tests/quizzes for a higher grade mark. Teachers are submitting student grade marks starting this Friday, March 10. The report cards for Trimester 2 go home Friday, March 17, 2023. Please find time to review and celebrate your students' small and significant accomplishments.

Friday, March 17, is an early dismissal day, 1:00 pm. Please make student transportation arrangements accordingly. Please talk to your students about when you expect them to arrive home. Encourage your students to go directly home without lingering unsupervised at the park. Safety is a priority for all students.

In March, we are focusing on reinforcing CARING as a character skill. Talk to your student about the meaning of caring for self, family, friends and others. Students are invited to wear tops that are orange in color to show they care for themselves and others on Fridays during March. Every month it changes.

We are proud to inform you that GREEN has a team going to Monterey, California March 10 and 11 to make a presentation for the state and participate in a California Schools To Watch Conference. The display includes all the outstanding programs and practices our exemplary teachers and staff offer for our intelligent Hornets at GREEN Jr. High School. I am so proud to work with such dedicated staff and students. Please continue reminding your students constantly to do their best!

You're invited this Saturday, March 11, to a free family event, Day of the Family, "Dia De La Familia." Please read the details in the attached flier.


SAVE THE DATE: Spring Open House March 16, 2023, at 5:00 pm. Details are coming soon.


If you or your student has concerns, please visit our website and submit a WeTip report. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4NaodVE8l0


Irma Melgoza-Vasquez, Principal

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Dates to Remember & Instructional Calendar

March 11: "Día De La Familia" Conference at CSUCI

March 16: Spring Open House, 5 pm.

March 17: Early Dismissal, 1 pm.

March 18 & 19: Point Mugu Air Show (open to the public)

March 25: Port Hueneme 75th Anniversary Parade, 10:00 am.

April 18: Tdap Clinic - EO Green Cafeteria, 2:30 pm - 6 pm.

Click HERE to view the Instructional Calendar

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March Character Recognition: On Fridays, students are encouraged to wear red to honor CARING as the character of the month.

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Stories of Labor Exhibition

Please click on the image to view the flyer.

Dolores Huerta Exhibit

Dia De La Familia Conference at CSUCI

All HESD Families are invited; they will have Spanish and English programming on college and career readiness.

Families, please register using the link below or the QR code on the flyer. Families and children of all ages are welcome.


Point Mugu Air Show

Please click on the image to view the flyer or link below:



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Hornet-wear is now available for sale after school on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 2:30 to 3:00 pm., and on Wednesdays from 1:00 to 1:30.

T-Shirt $15.00

Hoodie $25.00

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2022-23 Green Junior High Bell Schedules

Click HERE for the Regular Bell Schedule. (Horario Regular)

Click HERE for Wednesday's Bell Schedule. (Horario del miércoles)

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California Summative ELPAC Test for all English Learners

Dear EO Green families,

The California Summative ELPAC season is upon us. All English Learners in the state of California are mandated to take the Summative ELPAC once a year. This assessment is used for multiple purposes, it is used to monitor progress, as the #1 criterion for reclassification, to ensure that EL students are gaining access to all core subjects, and to measure the district's effectiveness in supporting this special population.

The ELPAC consists of four rigorous assessments that measure language proficiencies in all domains: reading, writing, listening and speaking. The assessments are integrated, including grade-level texts of literature, non-fiction, history, science, and mathematical references.

At EO Green, testing administration will begin on 02/06/2023 and continue through the end of March. Most ELPAC tests will be given during the students' scheduled ELD classes or periods. Completing ELPAC testing for our school takes a community effort, a special thank you to each of our ELD teachers, and to our team of EL paraeducators. Our goal is to complete all testing by 03/31/2023.

We appreciate your support, in making attendance a priority, and ensuring your student is well-rested and ready for school every day. Thank you!


Jennifer Tapia

ELST, ELPAC Coordinator


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Boys Volleyball


Monday and Tuesday. March 6 and 7

2:40 pm to 5 pm

Coach: Luz Martinez

Boys Basketball

Coach: Coach Mosby

Assistant Coaches: Coach Mose and Coach Thomas


Days- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday

Time: 3-5 pm.

Location : Basketball Courts

Upcoming Games:

Boys 7/8 Division A:

Mar. 6 @ 7 pm Green vs. Rio Vista - Location: Colonia Gym

Boys 7/8 Division A schedule click HERE.

Boys 6th Grade Division 2:

Mar. 10 @ 7 pm Green vs. Lopez Academy - Location: PAL Gym

Boys 6th Grade Division 2 schedule click HERE.

Sports Registration Dates

We have different sports coming up. Please click here to view the Sports Coaching Agreement, and learn how you can become a coach!

Sports Coming Up: Sports - Oxnard Recreation List 2022 -23

Registration Dates:

Boys Volleyball: 2-27-23 to 3-24-23

Coach: Luz Martinez

7 on 7 Soccer Girls / Boys: 2-27-23 to 3-24-23


Boys: Coach Ramos & Coach Nava

Girls: Coach Navarro & Coach Mendoza

Girls Slow Pitch: 2-27-23 to 3-24-23

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High School Enrollment

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9th Grade Enrollment

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If you haven't already registered in Parent Square, you may be receiving an invitation as an email or text message. Please download the Parent Square app and register there.

Click HERE to view ParentSquare steps for families.

Parent / Guardian Reminder: Maintaining Students Safe

Parents/ Guardians, please follow safety guidelines when dropping off & picking up your students to keep our students safe and prevent traffic violations. Also, please be prompt when picking up or dropping off students. Thank you.
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New Campus Security Practices in Place

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Session 2: December 12 until March 10, 2023.

Students enrolled in the enrichment classes for dance, art, cooking, robotics, school musical, mariachi, sewing, DIY, Live Theater, and Actors Lab will now be eligible to attend after school programs any day that school is in operation, as both the ASES and enrichment extended learning day programs are being consolidated into one program for the rest of the school year. All students currently enrolled in enrichment will be able to continue to attend for the remainder of the school year.

SHINE Spring Camp will be offered during the district-scheduled spring recess, April 3-14, from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily . Click on the link to access the enrollment form: http://bit.ly/3XUfpU9 .

Enrichment Classes at Green

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Message From The Health Office:

Reminder to Parents:

The health office is a busy place. We have seen an increase in students coming to the health office that appear to be using the COVID protocols as a way to get out of class. Please talk with your student about not coming to the health office unless they are genuinely not feeling well. Also, COVID is still present and we are following the current Ventura County Public Health guidelines so please have a plan for who can pick up your student in case your student is sent home sick. Any COVID symptoms still require a negative COVID test result for the student to return to school. We want students in class as much as possible while looking out for your students' health and safety. Thank you for your help.

- The Health Office

Stay Safe:

For updated guidance on the use of facemasks click HERE.

On June 30, 2022, The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) issued the COVID-19 Public Health Guidance for K–12 Schools to Support Safe In-Person Learning, 2022–2023 School Year.

COVID Symptom Reminder and Return to School Requirements

As a reminder, at no time is it acceptable to send students to school when they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, and especially if they have received a positive test result (laboratory based OR at-home test). Please make sure to report all positive cases to your students’ school.

Temperature Screening: 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.

Students are to stay HOME if:

-If your student does not feel well, keep them home.

-If your student has any COVID-like symptoms, keep them home.

Home tests or antigen tests are now accepted

-Thank you for keeping our school community safe.

School Attire

School Uniforms

School uniforms are required to be worn daily for the 2022/2023 school year. Please click the link below to view the uniform policy.

School Uniform Policy- English

Código de Uniformes Escolares -Español

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Need Help Navigating Technology and Social Media with Your Student?

Visit commonsensemedia.org for more information on the kind of information and technology your student may be exposed to when on their phone or online.


Need Help or Support?

Parents please remember to encourage Digital Citizenship .

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Counseling Resources

Don't forget to visit the E.O. Green Counseling Corner website for more information on counseling services available to students and parents.

Click here https://sites.google.com/hueneme.org/hueneme-school-counselors/home to access the HESD Counseling Corner full of resources for students and families. You can also find additional supports here: https://covid19k12counseling.org/.

Counseling Support for Military Families and Students

NBVC has provided a counselor available for military students at Green JHS.

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

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Contact Us

Principal: Mrs. Irma Melgoza-Vasquez

Email: imelgoza@hueneme.org

Assistant Principal (6th Grade): Mr. Branden Grange

Email: bgrange@hueneme.org

Assistant Principal (7th Grade): Mrs. Susan Mares

Email: smares@hueneme.org

Assistant Principal (8th Grade): Dr. Veronica Pacheco

Email: vpacheco@hueneme.org

E.O. Green Junior High

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

  • Email or written note

  • Phone call and leave a message / voicemail

  • Google Classroom