Announcements

  • Oakland Public Schools Equity Pledge
    Supt. Wilson reflect on what it means to create “equity” for students in all of our Community Schools.
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  • OUSD Thrives: April Edition

    Stories included in this edition: Classified Employees of the Year, Breaking Ground at the Center, Warriors Honor Students at Big Game, Clinton Global Initiative Day of Action, Board of Education Community Engagement, Career Expos Excite High School Students about the Future and more.

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  • Oakland Deputy Chief for Community Schools Recognized at Community Schools National Forum
    Curtiss Sarikey, Deputy Chief for Community Schools and Student Services at OUSD, was awarded Community School Initiative Leadership Award at the Community Schools National Forum, on April 6-8.
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  • $2.1M Awarded to 6 Oakland Public Schools for Innovation

    Building on its commitment to personalized learning in “breakthrough schools” in Oakland, the Rogers Family Foundation (RFF), with the generous support of partner funders, has awarded $2.1M in grant funding to support the innovative work happening at 6 schools.

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  • Core Beliefs Statement Feedback
    Oakland Unified School District Board of Education has identified the adoption of a Core Beliefs Statement as a top priority as a means for guiding the decisions Directors make for Oakland's students and educators.

    SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS HERE

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  • CAHSEE Diploma Eligibility
    If so, you may now be eligible for that long-awaited DIPLOMA! Please complete our survey to start an official review of your transcript for eligibility. Students that request a review by the 15th of each month will be notified of their status by the end of that month.
    FILL-OUT THE SURVEY

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Every Student Thrives!

Oakland Promise

  • The Oakland Promise is a cradle-to-career
    initiative that aims to triple the number of
    college graduates from Oakland
    within the next decade.

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