The Superintendent, Students and the State of The Schools
Castlemont students participate in student panel
On October 18, immediately following OUSD Superintendent Antwan Wilson's annual State of the Schools address, three of our Knights joined with students from Oakland High to discuss their futures with the Superintendent.
Sophomore Sabrina Ascencio is a member of Teens on Target, the student council and the cross country team.
Senior Nicole Funes is Castlemont Student Body President and a member of the bowling, softball and debate teams.
Senior Lavoshia Ivy is a member of the basketball and debate teams.
Job well done Sabrina, Nicole and Lavoshia! You make Castlemont proud.
Please scroll down for photos from the event and for more information about the State of the Schools!
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