• Good Afternoon Dewey Community, 


    We are including information below regarding the COVID rent relief program.  Community, please share with your family & friends. 


    How To Apply
    To check eligibility and apply, visit or call 833-430-2122. For in-language assistance, to get help with eligibility requirements or filling out an application, schedule an appointment with a local organization near you by calling 833-687-0967.



    Buenas tardes, comunidad Dewey, He incluido información a continuación sobre el programa de alivio de alquiler de COVID. Comunidad, por favor compartan con su familia y amigos.

    Cómo aplicar

    Para verificar la elegibilidad y presentar una solicitud, visite o llame al 833-430-2122. Para obtener asistencia en el idioma, para obtener ayuda con los requisitos de elegibilidad o para completar una solicitud, programe una cita con una organización local cerca de usted llamando al 833-687-0967.


    CA COVID Rent Relief

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    • Hello Oakland Unified Community,

      Below are sites that are offering the COVID vaccine:

      School Based Pop-Ups (Walk-Ups Welcome):

      •  Dewey Academy Youth Health Heart Clinic -At the loading dock area behind the clinic and between MetWest and La Escuelita

                 Date: Thursday, September 23, 2021 

                 Time: TBD

       Pre-registration is encouraged but walk-ins are welcome. 


      Other Vaccine Locations serving 12+:

      La Clinica de La Raza - Register here: or 510-434-5600


      Fremont High School

      4610 Foothill Blvd.

      Wednesdays, 1:30-4pm: 8/25, 9/8, or 9/15



      Oakland Tech

      4351 Broadway

      Thursdays, 9am-1pm: 8/26, 9/2, 9/9/ or 9/16

      Register at



      Skyline High School

      12250 Skyline Blvd.

      Thursdays, 12pm-4pm: 8/26, 9/2, 9/9/ or 9/16




      Oakland International High School

      4521 Webster St.

      1st Dose: Wednesday 9/1, 11am-4pm

      2nd Dose: Wednesday, 9/22, 11am-4pm




      Oakland High School

      1023 MacArthur Blvd.

      1st Dose: Thursday 9/2, 11am-4pm

      2nd Dose: Thursday, 9/23, 11am-4pm

      AHS, 510-735-3222 (phone appointments, walk up)



      United for Success Academy

      2101 35th Ave.

      Thursday, 9/16, 3-7pm



      Allen Temple Baptist Church

      8501 International Blvd.

      Saturdays, 10 am - 2 pm


      Center of Hope (Near Castlemont High School)

      8411 MacArthur Blvd.

      Every Thursday, 10:30am-2:30pm

      Register at to express your interest OR call the hotline at 1-888-763-0007 and leave a message. It must include your phone number.


      UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland (BCHO) is now vaccinating children and youth in the community, who are 12 to 21 years of age. Patients 12 to 17 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver. Vaccines are administered in the BCH Oakland Outpatient Center, 747 52nd Street, Oakland, Mon-Fri, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Saturday appointments may be added later. To make an appointment, patients or caregivers should call (415) 514-1196, Mon-Sat from 7 am-7 pm and Sunday from 8 am-5 pm. Choose option 2 and stay on the line to speak with an operator, who will schedule an appointment.


      Kaiser Permanente is now scheduling vaccine appointments for you and your family. Vaccines for people 12 to 17 are available by appointment only. A parent or guardian must accompany anyone under 18 to their vaccine appointment or print out and complete the consent and screening forms for the child to bring. For more information on the vaccine, visit You can also call our 24/7 KP COVID Vaccine InfoLine at 1‑855‑550‑0951 (available in English and Spanish) for regular recorded updates.


      Appointments are also available through many other vaccine providers through or 1-833-422-4255.




      Ride Sharing Programs to/from Vaccination Sites:




      East Oakland Collective is offering free ride shares for Oakland residents!

      Any questions can be emailed to



      Uber and Lyft also are offering free and discounted rides to and from vaccine sites.

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    Dear Community,

    Dewey Academy is sharing the District's information below with all staff, students and families in the event you have any questions.  Dewey has been given At-home rapid test kits for staff, students and families to use in the event of COVID symptoms. Please read below for more information.



    • Register and consent for COVID testing through the Primary website. Registering earlier will make it easier to access testing through our testing sites or through rapid response if needed. 

      • You must register each individual separately. 

      • Children under the age of 13 will need the consent of a parent/guardian.

    • There are three ways for families, students, and staff to access testing:

      • 10 regional testing locations where any community member can access rapid and PCR tests. Please encourage everyone to make appointments online ahead of time. Testing dates & times will be adjusted based on demand. Testing sites are generally open from 800am-400pm.  We encourage appointments but walk-up testing is also available. 

        • You may change your appointment at any time.

        • During your appointment, a trained health care professional will administer the test and upload the results for you.

        • You will get rapid test results within 15 minutes and PCR results will be sent to you in 24-48 hours.

      • Rapid Response Teams will come to schools in the event there is a positive case to provide testing on-site twice a week, for two weeks, to all prolonged close contacts and any other members of the school community who wish to be tested at that time. See the COVID Protocol Cheat Sheet for information about what happens when there is a positive, symptomatic, or prolonged close contact case.

      • At-home rapid test kits are available at all school sites for those who need them, are planning to use them within the week, AND will report their results online. 

        • Register on the Primary website to be eligible. 

        • Pick up a kit and instructions from your school or from one of the Testing Sites.  

        • The school office staff will document that you were issued a kit.

        • Complete the test within a few days and upload the results on the Primary website (instructions included with the kit).

      • Remember that a negative rapid test may NOT be used to return early to school if someone has symptoms or was in prolonged close contact. Only a PCR test administered by a healthcare professional (at our testing hubs or at another health care location) may be used to shorten the quarantine time for someone with symptoms or a prolonged close contact exposure. These tests usually take 1-2 days to process results.

    • Please get vaccinated, if you are eligible: We are scheduling vaccine pop-ups at OUSD schools every week. All vaccine pop-ups are open to any OUSD student, family, staff, or community member ages 12+. See more information at and the OUSD Vaccine Information Video for families here.  


    What should I do if I test positive for COVID?  Contact your students school right away, and begin isolating. A member of the OUSD COVID response team will contact you with next steps.

    Where do I get more information?  Please visit and the OUSD Family COVID Testing page.


    Additional information:

    At Home Test Kits: At-home test kits will be provided to students, families, or staff who need them and plan to use them within a week. They must register and upload their results in Primary.  


    We are very strongly encouraging all of you to get vaccinated, stay masked up (which is required for all OUSD staff and students), and get tested as soon as you experience any symptoms or have been exposed to a COVID positive individual.


    This folder has resources to support your school communities, including flyers in multiple languages about testing

    We know that there is genuine concern and anxiety around coming back to school, even as we are so excited about being back together again. We feel positive about our partnerships with the state and the county around testing and vaccines, and with our labor partners around our safety measures like improved ventilation and universal masking.

    Though the guidance has and will continue to change and evolve, we are committed to listening to our public health experts and our community, to being responsive to issues as they arise at our sites, and to communicating with all of you when we need to make changes to our plans. 



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About Dewey

  • Dewey Academy is a caring adult community that encourages the growth and development of students by providing social and individual support. We strive to have all students graduate with a high school diploma and to provide opportunities to obtain college and career readiness skills, vocational training, internships, jobs and social awareness in a collaborative environment.

    Ms. Morrison


    Staci Ross Morrison