RMHS Updates – 08.30.17

URGENT!! – WORK PERMITS:  ALL students who received a Work Permit during the 2016-2017 school year, including the summer break, need to apply for a NEW WORK PERMIT if they are continuing to work in that same job THIS school year.  ALL work permits issued last school year (including summer) will EXPIRE on 9/6/2017.  See Mrs. Anderson in the College and Career Center for a work permit application.
MILITARY SERVICE ACADEMY INFORMATION NIGHTS:  Students, of ALL grade levels, are invited to hear information about applying to a military academy for college.  A student can graduate from an academy with a Bachelor’s degree and a commission as an officer in any branch of the U. S. Military.  Come to this once-a-year presentation by representatives from each Military Academy.  Two presentations are being held locally:  Pacifica High School (Cafeteria) on Sept.  12, or Adolfo Camarillo High School (Library) on Sept. 27, 2017.  Each event begins at 6 pm.  Pick up a flyer with information in the College and Career Center.
SENIORS The Community Law Enforcement Program after school program is now accepting applications for their FALL academy.  If you are interested in a career in law enforcement, emergency services, security, or forensic science, this is a perfect opportunity for you! This opportunity is only available for 5 seniors and is with a partnership with the Oxnard Police Department. You must be a Senior on track for graduation, have at least a 2.0 GPA, and have excellent attendance.
Classes will be held at Pacifica High School on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4pm-6pm, for 12 weeks, including some Saturdays (2).  Students are required to provide their own transportation.
Students are selected through an application process and only 5 spots are available.  If you are interested in applying, please see Mrs. Andersen in the College and Career center or Mrs. McDevitt in the counseling office for an application.  Applications are due Monday, September 25, 2017 by 3:30 pm.
JUNIORS / SENIORS – If you have a job, you can get up to 10 credits  each semester for working at that job and enrolling in the once a week WORK EXPERIENCE class. Come see Ms. Wayne in Room 20 for details. Classes will begin on Wednesday September 13 – but it is important to sign up early to make sure you get into the class.