Safety Training at FHS Part I:
FHS Rocket Staffulty held a safety meeting with the Ventura County Sheriff Department. The training was facilitated by our very own SRO Perez to discuss the differences between an active shooter and an active assailant, the process and mindset of the emergency team when an incident occurs, “run, hide, fight” and other useful tips. FHS Staffulty were engaged and active participants in the subject matter.
College & Career NEWS:
Congrats! to the following Rockets that will be participating in the after-school programs:
Jessica Montes De Oca Ramirez will be our first female rocket to join the Global Trade Academy at the Port of Hueneme. She will learn careers & employment readiness, fresh produce shipments, automobile rolling stock and customs & border protection.
Giovanni Ambriz will be in the Drag Racing Against Gangs & Graffiti Program (DRAGG). Giovanni will learn from the automotive instructors, along with
Oxnard police officers hands on experiences in the automotive industry.
David Munoz will be in the Law Enforcement Academy. There he will learn and gain experience with the criminal justice system, homicide, dispatching, CSI, K9 and probation.
FHS ASB in ACTION!
FHS ASB is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month from September 16th to October 16th with fun activities and events for students and staff. Events will include Loteria (Bingo), Caballo Dorado (Dance Contest), an Art Show and much more.
YOU ROCK AWARD:
This month’s FHS “YOU ROCK AWARD” was awarded to our Tech Coaches – Mr. Dave Hamilton and Mr. Michael Emard! This dynamic duo held a tech
boot camp over the summer for our teaching staff as we were 1 of 4 schools that implemented a 1:1 device rollout! Congratulations Dave and Michael!
Murder in Room 6:
Innovation and critical learning experiences are happening in Mr. Hamilton’s English classes. Here is a press release to share the depth of the lesson:
Incident Type: Homicide/Burglary/Anticipatory Set
Incident Date/Time: September 18, 2019 approximately 12:30am
Location: Frontier High School, Room 6
Prepared by: Detective David Hamilton
Students in Mr. Hamilton’s English classes discovered a gruesome scene early Wednesday morning in Room 6 at Frontier High School. Teams of student detectives were dispatched to document what early indications suggest is a brutal homicide. A bent hammer, zip ties, blood, and a Motorola Razor flip cell phone were documented at the crime scene and are currently being analyzed by the Ventura County Forensics Department. Although there were no bodies at the scene and no suspects at this point, authorities are not ruling out the possibility that this is an anticipatory activity devised by a teacher before students read Roald Dahl’s “Lamb to the Slaughter.”
MID YEAR GRADUATES
Congratulations to our recent graduates: