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  • OUSD THRIVES Community Newsletter
    Stories in this edition include: Manzanita Community School newcomers, Ralph J Bunche High School Culinary Program, recommended reading for Black History Month, Gung Hay Fat Choy!, SAT Day, scholarship opportunities and more!
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  • Leading With Clarity Amidst Transitions

    Interim Supt. Devin Dillon reflects on day one in her new leadership position and transitions. 

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  • A Fond Farewell to OUSD

    Supt. Wilson shares his thoughts and gratitude as his time leading the district comes to an end.

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  • Budget Prioritization Update: Maximizing Investment in Students, Teachers and Families

    Our budget recommendations for 2017-18 reflect the direction laid out in the Pathway to Excellence, provide funding for community priorities and leave an improved reserve for the future. There is no large looming deficit, but we still have some difficult choices to make.

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  • Interim Superintendent Announcement
    The Board of Education (BOE) announced Dec. 14 that Deputy Superintendent Devin Dillon, PhD has been offered the opportunity to serve as the Interim Superintendent of Schools for Oakland Unified School District.
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  • McClymonds High Football Team Notches Historic Win
    The McClymonds High School Football Warriors captured the CIF Northern California Division 5A Championship - making them the first team in the history of OAL to do so.
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  • MISSION: Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) will build a Full Service Community District focused on high academic achievement while serving the whole child, eliminating inequity, and providing each child with excellent teachers, every day.
    VISION: All OUSD students will find joy in their academic experience while graduating with the skills to ensure they are caring, competent, fully-informed, critical thinkers who are prepared for college, career, and community success.
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