Hueneme Elementary School District

205 N. Ventura Road Port Hueneme, CA 93041

Welcome!

Message from the Superintendent

Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year! As we open a new year, it will be filled with new services to enhance learning opportunities for all students. Last year, the governor signed into law a new funding formula that will allow the Hueneme Elementary School District to do more for our students. Following is a partial list of new services included in our Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) that were designated by a committee of teachers, classified staff, parents, and administrators as being important:

  • We are beginning a new class size reduction program that, by the year 2020-2021, will reduce our Kindergarten through third grade classes to 24:1.

  • We will be bringing back our elementary Band program.

  • We will be adding Counselors at all of our schools to help students and their parents deal with issues they face.

  • We will be adding Health Clerks in all of our school offices to have more staff in the office to help students with health issues.

  • We will be adding Assistant Principals to many of our schools to help with matters of safety and security.

It is the Committee’s hope that these new services will help our students feel safer and more secure at school, thus helping them do better academically.

We are excited about these new opportunities for our students and look forward to implementing these programs this year.

Jerry Dannenberg, Ed.D. 
 

Announcements

  • IMPORTANT DATES!
     
    Monday, August 25
    • Staff returns to work
     
    Tuesday, August 26
    • Students return to class

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  • Liz Hoppe VC Teacher of the Year
     
    Blackstock teacher, Liz Hoppe, has been named Ventura County Teacher of the Year. Read the VC Star article here

     

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  • The District's Fraud Hotline

    Acts of fraud upon the Hueneme Elementary School District are expensive. In addition, the actions of perpetrators of fraud often create a hostile and/or fearful environment for others. Anyone who witnesses a fraudulent act against the District is encouraged to report it, using the District’s Fraud Hotline. Reports may be called in to (805) 253-3191. All reports will be investigated. The reporter’s identity will be kept confidential and, in fact, any person who reports a fraudulent act may remain anonymous. (Ref: Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 3400, Management of District Assets/Accounts and Fraud Prevention, rev. 08/13)
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