Hueneme Thunderbolts

October 2021


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Principal's Message

Hello Hueneme Elementary Families,

Happy First Week of October!

Thank you to our families, staff, and community for your support and patience as we navigate our return to campus. I truly appreciate each and every person on our campus and feel grateful to be a part of this campus. A big THANK YOU to all that returned the Household Income Forms to teachers or office. There is one additional form that comes out in October called Federal Forms. Typically, this form is sent out around the second week of October. Please be on the lookout for this form and promptly return it to the teacher or front office.

Our office would like to Welcome Ms. Griselle Guerrero to our Hueneme Elementary family. *Reminder* if you are picking up in the office, we may ask for identification as we are getting to know all of our new families and who picks up. We want to ensure that students are being released to the proper adults. We thank you in advance for your patience.

*Reminder* If possible, please schedule appointments after the school day. This will help both teacher and student with academics.

With thanks,

Mrs. Shallenberger

Entering School: For the 2021-2022 school year, we will have BOTH GATES OPEN as in past years. If your child is having breakfast, please have them enter at the back cafeteria gate from 7:40-7:55. Upper grade students can enter that gate as well. Primary students are welcome to enter on the Clara St. gate. Both gates close promptly at 8:00. Late arrivals should report to the office for a tardy slip and temperature scan.

There is NO supervision prior the gate opening. Please do not drop students off earlier than 7:40. Thank you!

Student Symptom Tree: *Update* Please do a passive screening with your child prior to coming to school. If you notice any of the symptoms on the flyer(see link below), your child may not be able to come onto campus. Please call the office if you have any questions.

Preview attachment Student Health Decision Tree_Spanish_Rev 2021-09-16.pdfStudent Health Decision Tree_Spanish_Rev 2021-09-16.pdf272 KB (SP)

Preview attachment Student Health Decision Tree_English_Rev 2021-09-16.pdfStudent Health Decision Tree_English_Rev 2021-09-16.pdf275 KB (ENG)

News for October

A note from Sienna Sydlaske with Ventura County Libraries

The Ray D. Prueter Library is open and ready to support your students. Please share the following information with your teachers, students and families.

Rosenbluth Family Homework Center

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:
  • 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.
Family Resource Guide- English

Click blue rectangle to see more detailed information on the fall 2021-2022 reopening

Family Resource Guide- Spanish

Click blue rectangle to see more detailed information on the fall 2021-2022 reopening (spanish)

Hueneme 2021-2022 Bell Schedule

Counselors Corner

Counseling Program at Hueneme Elementary

The goal of the Hueneme Elementary school counseling program is to empower all students to achieve their full potential through the acquisition of academic, social, emotional, and career-readiness skills. Students will obtain tools and strategies through an effective, comprehensive school counseling program where all students feel safe, cared for, and supported. Our program provides the following services:
  • Individual counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Classroom lessons
  • Parent education programs

Topics often addressed in school counseling include:

  • adjusting to family changes that are interfering with learning
  • building self-esteem
  • identifying and processing feelings
  • conflict resolution strategies
  • anger management strategies
  • academic success skills
  • impulse control
  • coping with loss
  • stress and anxiety management

If you have any questions or would like to receive more information please contact our counselor Lucero Benitez at (805)488-3569 ext. 2289.

Dates to Remember

October 8, 2021 Progress Notice go home

October 11, 2021 No School- Students *Staff Development Day*

October 18, 2021 Hearing Screening (Retest)

October 21, 2021 Great American Shakeout Drill

October 26, 2021 Picture Retake Day