• Health & Wellness


    Welcome! The goals of OUSD Health & Wellness are as follows:


    1. ALL schools are healthy environments.
    2. ALL students, families and staff are physically and emotionally healthy.
    3. ALL students are in school and ready to learn.
    4. ALL students, families and staff are engaged in improving individual and community health.
    5. ALL students are ready for college, career and community.


    We address these goals through the programs below. For more info, view our H&W wheel infographic.

  • Health Access

    Healthy Environment

    Health Education

    Central Family Resource Center

    The CFRC provides CalFresh & insurance enrollment assistance; other programs are also available.

    School Wellness

    Learn how we support programs such as school Wellness Champions, and OUSD's overall Wellness Policy.

    Nutrition Education

    We provide monthly taste tests, cooking demonstrations, and other nutrition education lessons.

    School-Based Health Centers

    SBHCs provide a wide range of health services; for behavioral health providers click here.

    Behavioral Health Unit

    Supporting positive behavior, crisis intervention, consultation, and professional development for staff.

    Garden Education

    The garden education program provides students hands-on access to nature and food systems.

    School Nurses

    OUSD's school nurses collaborate with primary care providers to provide students on-site services.

    Restorative Justice

    RJ builds community, responds to conflict, and provides a welcoming re-entry for returning students.

    Drug & Alcohol Education

    Tobacco Use Prevention Education (TUPE) engages students away from drug abuse and addiction through beliefs and skills of self-advocacy.

    Shoo the Flu

    In October, OUSD elementary schools provide free flu shots to students and staff.

    LGBTQ Programs

    Educational and community building programming towards a health environment for LGBTQ students.

    Physical Education

    Our PE program develops good health, fundamental motor skills, and students' self-confidence.

    Health Resources

    Find information, requirements, forms, and other health-related resources.

    Nutrition Services

    OUSD's nutrition services aims to ensure that all students have access to healthy meals.

    Growth & Development

    Education, access to sexual health services, and other programs and services are provided free of charge.



    Human Trafficking Prevention

    Education for students on what human trafficking is, red flags, safety tips, and how to seek support. Staff also receive training.


  • 2016-17 OUSD Health Guide: English  |  Spanish  |  Chinese  |  Vietnamese


    Our 2016-17 OUSD Health Guide is now available! Find contact info; learn about health care, medication, food and nutrition, and more. The guide has been translated into four language; click one to view/download.