Community Partnerships Division
This Division is responsible for the following services in support of our District, schools, and community:Community Partnerships. Including relationships with community based organizations and individuals where services and/or resources are being provided to the district.Supporting Schools with Onboarding Outside Service Providers. Providing guidance on district requirements.OUSD Community Partner Database and Dashboard. OUSD is connecting with all community partners at the district level through our new database. We kindly ask all of our community partners to register in our database and update annually.
District Minimum Partnership Requirements:
Partnership Process White Paper - A physical guide through the partnership process for site-based partners.
- A Board Approved Services Agreement is required if you provide services to the district.
- Register in the OUSD Community Partner Database and update annually if you provide services or resources to the district.
Community Partner Dashboard
IntroductionOUSD is connecting with all community partners at the district level through our new system, The OUSD Community Partner Database. We kindly ask all of our community partners to register in our database and update annually. We hope to increase communication and cohesion with our community partners, and uplift the outcomes of community schools. Through partnership with community based organizations and individuals, we can leverage our collective resources to provide more services to students and families.
Brand New to OUSD: Complete Prospective Community Partner Inquiry Form Here
Community Volunteers: Oakland School Volunteers Program Here
- If you are brand new to OUSD (don’t have a pending contract or relationship), please complete the Prospective Community Partner Inquiry Form. By submitting this form, you are requesting that your program information be shared with an appropriate school district department for review. Pre-approved site-based providers will be publicly visible as prospective community partners in the OUSD Community Partner Dashboard.
- Volunteers (individuals) that are not working on behalf of an outside organization should register as volunteers with the Oakland Ed Fund.
Partnership Process White Paper - A physical guide through the partnership process for site-based partners.Search for Board Approved Contracts. Visit Legistar, our Legislative Information Center. Enter organization's name (case sensitive) in search field and search "All Years" for prior agreements by "Agreement or Contract" or "All Types". If none exist, you do not have a current formal agreement with OUSD.Fingerprinting - When services are being provided to the district, VENDOR shall use either California Department of Justice or Be A Mentor, Inc. (http://beamentor.org/OUSDPartner) finger-printing and subsequent arrest notification services.OUSDData.org- Here you will find resources designed to help you access and understand education data in OUSD. Enter as a Community Member to look up reports and interact with school data.Facility Request System - OUSD is pleased to announce Facilitron, a new online facility request and rental system designed to provide a positive user experience for all. Through the new system, reservation requests can be submitted easily and will be handled more efficiently. Organizations and community members seeking to rent OUSD facilities will be able to access photos and descriptions of facilities, see real-time availability, get estimated quotes, submit requests at any time, and pay online.If you need any assistance setting up an account and/or submitting a facility use request, you can contact Facilitron directly at: email@example.com, or by calling them at: 800-272-2962 ext 1.Volunteers - Individuals that are not working on behalf of an outside partner organization should register as volunteers with the Oakland Ed Fund.Community Partnership Letter of Agreement - This is a partnership agreement between the school and the service provider used to clarify the logistics and expectations for the partnership.Guiding Questions for Partners - This is a list of possible questions that Site Administrators and potential or existing partners should ask themselves before entering into a partnership (or before renewing or expanding an existing partnership, where appropriate).Partner Check-in Guides - The following check-in guides are designed to facilitate conversation about your partnership. They can be used to set expectations or to check‐in on how a partnership is going. You can use them all or pick the questions that are most useful for your specific partnership and meeting.