Hueneme Elementary School District

205 N. Ventura Road Port Hueneme, CA 93041 / Main Number : 805-488-3588


Welcome to the Hueneme Elementary School District!

In 2013, the California Legislature developed a new funding formula for its public schools. To receive the new funding, each school district had to create a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) for the 2014/15 school year. Each year thereafter, school districts must revise the LCAP plan to meet the always evolving needs of their students.

The planning process for an update requires that we encourage input from parents and our community. We have had a great deal of input from our parents, staff, and others who are interested in a quality education for all, and we considered all suggestions as we developed the 2015/16 revision to our LCAP. Listed below are a few of the new services provided for in the Hueneme Elementary School District’s LCAP:

1.      Reduced class size for grades TK-3

2.      School counselors at every school to help students and parents

3.      Academic intervention teachers at all elementary schools to provide targeted, intensive instruction designed to accelerate learning for struggling students

4.      English language support teachers to help students who are learning English as a second language

5.      Elementary school music teachers

6.      An elementary K-5 physical education teacher

7.      Assistant principals at ten of our eleven schools to support principals and teachers in their work and provide additional security on campus

If you have any questions about the services available to you and your children, please contact your local school principal.

Dr. Jerry Dannenberg


  • The District's Fraud Hotline

    Acts of fraud against 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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