Roadrunner Updates

🌷APRIL 2022🌷


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🌷Principal's Message:

Dear Larsen Educational Partners,

We are in full swing of the third trimester already! Report cards went home last month, and now we turn our focus to CAASPP testing, Open House, and finishing the year together. April will be a month of significant focus on academics; we are working hard to master as many core standards as possible in preparation for CAASPP testing. Students will continue with the high-quality work that is accustomed here at Larsen School.

CAASPP state testing for grades 3rd through 8th will be taking place starting in May. The testing window for Larsen is from May 24-June 7. We ask that every student taking the test get a good night’s rest, eat a healthy breakfast, and take their time completing the test. We want students to be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills they have learned this year.

Larsen School wishes you a wonderfully restful Spring Break, and we look forward to returning to a very busy and productive rest of our school year. Thank you, again, for your great support of our students and staff. We are all thrilled to be part of this amazing Larsen Team!


Marisol Guillen

Important Dates

  • 04/04 - 04/15: Spring Break
  • 04/18: School Resumes
  • 04/20: Picture Day
  • 04/22: Earth Day
  • 05/02-05/05: Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week
  • 05/05: Outdoor Open House
  • 05/06: Progress Notices
  • 05/09 - 05/13: Spring Parent Conferences
  • 05/24 - 06/10: CAASPP State Testing for Grades 3-5
  • 3 Positive Parenting Program (flyer below)

You're invited to our 21-22 Outdoor Open House on May 5th!

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Would you like to make a positive difference for Larsen School? Join our AMAZING PTA today! Our Parent Teacher Association (PTA) addresses issues that are important to parents and public school educators. It helps foster our school-community partnerships. We hope you'll choose to join us in ensuring Larsen School thrives!👊🏼🙌🏼😃Membership via this link is only $8.


These are Larsen School nominees for next year's PTA Board.

The election will take place during our Open House on May 5.


President: Karen Whitmer

Secretary: Kendra Robinson

Treasurer: Lisa Chavez

VP Ways and Means: Jennifer Zwaal

VP Membership: Becky Newman

VP Programs: Eva Huizar-Rocha

Historian: Anabelen Matti

Positive Parenting Program- Triple P Seminar Series

The Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) aims to make parenting easier and more enjoyable. The three seminars will offer suggestions and ideas on positive parenting to help you develop a positive relationship with your child.

The Hueneme Channel

A regular publication designed to provide brief updates on Hueneme schools.


We distributed 1 Covid test kit for each student. We recommend you use this test at the end of Spring Break to determine if your student is ready to return to school.

Thank you!

Face Masks Updates

Guidance on Masking and K-12 Schools

Students at public and private K-12 schools in Ventura County and throughout California will no longer be required to wear masks after March 11, regardless of their vaccination status.

Masks are no longer required but are strongly recommended.

COVID Symptoms Reminder

As a reminder, at no time is it acceptable to send students to school when they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, 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.

COVID-19 related Symptoms:

  • Runny Nose/Congestion

  • Cough

  • Sore Throat

  • Headache

  • Fatigue/Muscle or Body Aches

  • Fever above 99.5 degrees

  • Loss of Smell/Taste

  • Difficulty Breathing

*If your student is unvaccinated and was a close contact to someone who was COVID positive, they must quarantine at home even if they do not have any symptoms.

1. Quarantine can end after Day 5 if asymptomatic and a test collected on Day 5 or later is negative OR

2. Quarantine can end after Day 10 if asymptomatic.

COVID-19 Testing remains available to all students and staff from 10:00-3:45 each Tuesday and Thursday at Haycox School and on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at Blackstock School. Use the Larsen registration link below. No appointments will be necessary after you complete the initial registration process. Thank you for keeping our school community safe!


Bring a reusable water bottle with you to school. Drinking fountains are available in classrooms and A water filtration station in the cafeteria. Stay healthy and hydrated!


The Ray D. Prueter Library in Port Hueneme is open and ready to support our students!

The library is open Monday through Thursday 10am - 6pm, Friday and Saturday 12 noon - 5pm, and closed Sunday.

The Rosenbluth Family Homework Center at the library is open Monday through Thursday, 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm.

The Homework Center provides free homework assistance in addition to internet access and free color printing for school projects.

The Ray D. Prueter Library is located at 510 Park Avenue in Port Hueneme.

The library hopes to see you soon!

Informational PDF HERE

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Are you concerned about your child's social-emotional or academic progress?

If the answer is yes, follow these steps:

  1. Make sure your child gets 10-11 hours of sleep each night.
  2. Make sure your child receives nutritious meals daily.
  3. Make sure your child is at school on time every day.
  4. Have a consistent homework routine.
  5. Talk to your child. What does your child feel he/she is struggling with?
  6. Talk to your child's teacher. Does the teacher also have concerns?
  7. Talk to the counselor or the assistant principal.
  8. Consider a medical evaluation. This step can help rule out any medical issues that could affect school success (vision, hearing, allergies, asthma, ADD, etc.)

Make sure your student is reading at home EVERY DAY!

Why is reading so important?

Studies show that reading for pleasure makes a big difference to children’s educational performance. Here’s how you can get your child off to a great start.

Evidence suggests that children who read for enjoyment every day not only perform better in reading tests than those who don’t, but also develop a broader vocabulary, increased general knowledge and a better understanding of other cultures.

In fact, reading for pleasure is more likely to determine whether a child does well at school than their social or economic background.

What difference can I make as a parent?

You can make a huge difference! Parents are the most important educators in a child’s life – even more important than their teachers – and it’s never too early to start reading together.

Even before they're born, babies learn to recognise their parents' voices. Reading to your baby from birth, even for just a few minutes a day, gives them the comfort of hearing your voice and increases their exposure to language.


TK AND KINDERGARTEN enrollment is open! Registration Night on Tuesday, March 1st

Transitional Kindergarten (TK) and Kindergarten 2022-23 enrollment is now open.

  • Students who turn 5 between September 2nd and February 2nd may enroll in TK
  • Students who turn 5 by September 1st may enroll in Kindergarten.
  • TK is offered at Bard, Haycox, Hueneme, Larsen, and Williams Schools.
  • Enroll for both TK and Kindergarten at your HOME School, even if TK is not offered at your home school.
  • If TK is not offered at your home school, staff at your home school will assist in enrolling your child in one of the TK classes at another school site. Based on enrollment, TK classes may be added to additional school sites.
  • To get a glimpse into our TK and kindergarten classrooms, please watch this short video:

English Video

Spanish Video

Registration Requirements:

  • Birth Certificate

  • Immunization Records (Shots)

  • Physical Exam (Stamped)

  • Dental Exam (Stamped)

  • Proof of residency


Utility bill, Public Assistance, Escrow Papers, Renters Agreement, Income Tax for the current year.

Registration Times during the day:

Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.: 9:00-11:00 a.m. & 1:00-2:00pm

Wednesdays: 9:00 – 11:00


Please make sure that your student arrives on campus no later than 8:00 am so they can be in their lines by the first bell at 8:05 am. Students that arrive to school with time to spare have the luxury of settling in, preparing their class materials, and focusing their minds on the lessons to come, ultimately making them the most prepared to learn.
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Larsen Guidelines for Success

  • Be Safe

  • Be Respectful

  • Be Responsible

Counseling Corner

Click here to access the HESD Counseling Corner full of resources for students and families.

To make a counseling referral click Ms. Rodriguez's Counseling Corner here.

Questions? Contact Us!




7:45 AM - 4:00 PM

Ms. Guillen


Ms. Gomez-Perez

Interim Assistant Principal

Ms. Rodriguez

School Counselor

Contacting your student's teacher

  • Email
  • Contact your teacher via GoTo Connect
  • Contact your teacher after school
  • Dial (805)986-8740 and ask to be transferred
  • Message them using seesaw or Google Classroom

Mark Your Calendar!


  • 04/04: 04/15: - Spring Break

  • 04/18: School Resumes at 8:05 am

  • 04/22: Earth Day

  • 05/05: Outdoor Open House

  • 05/06: Mid Trimester Progress Notices

  • 05/09 - 05/13: Spring Parent Conferences

  • 05/24 - 06/07: CAASPP State Testing