We are excited to launch our first virtual Art & Music Extravaganza click the links to join! Please make sure you are logged into your student's oakgrovesd.net account to view the show!!
On March 11, 2021, our District Board of Education unanimously adopted “A Resolution Denouncing Hate Crimes and Bigotry Targeting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders'' thanks to the collaborative work of Trustee Beija Gonzalez, OGEA President Maripaz Berlin, teachers Kellee Humphrey, Kirat Sachdev, Board President Jorge Pacheco Jr., and Franklin-McKinley School District Board President Maimona Afzal Berta. We are horrified that less than a week since our Resolution passed, the mass killings in Atlanta, Georgia that took the lives of eight people, six of whom were Asian women, terrorized the nation. We stand in solidarity with the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) community and condemn the attacks that occurred in Atlanta, Georgia on March 16, 2021.
Our hearts are heavy alongside our AANHPI communities that are experiencing traumatic and racist attacks in the Bay Area, across our state and around the world. For so many in the AANHPI community, worrying for the safety of yourselves and your loved ones on a daily basis is a very real experience. No one should be worried for their own safety or fear for their life ever, especially for being a member of the AANHPI community.
The Oak Grove Board of Trustees voted unanimously last night to offer parents the choice to have their children remain on Distance Learning or Return to In-person Learning via a phased in Hybrid Model.
Phase-in opening school dates, no later than:
Grades TK, K, 1 April 26
Grades 2-3 May 3
Grades 4-6 and 8 May 10
Grade 7 Distance Learning for the remainder of the school year
Please check your ParentSquare communication for details to come.
Oak Grove School District is focused on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) for all students, staff, and families and has approved two recent resolutions: ESTABLISHING A DIVERSITY, EQUITY, INCLUSION AND BELONGING (DEIB) COMMITTEE and RESOLUTION: ESTABLISHING AN ETHNIC STUDIES ADOPTION COMMITTEE. Find out what these two committees are doing and the work they support along with our resolutions against white supremacy and racism. You can also find resources for Black Lives Matter and Black History Education.
We're asking staff, parents, students and community members to take a 5-10 minute survey to give feedback around our district goals, programs and services. Your feedback will help us target our efforts and plan our resources to best support our students and school community for the 2021-22 school year and beyond.
Meal service changes will be in effect next week. Monday 4/19 Drive Thru service at 9 school sites from 12-1:30pm. Wednesday 4/21 is our last Drive Thru service from 12-1:30 where a Bulk Meal Kit with 7 days will be provided. No meal service on 4/23. We will start a new meal distribution schedule on 4/26.
Click to visit the CNS page with menu links, payment links and meal program applications.
Oak Grove School District will begin school on Wednesday, August 12th in a new Distance Learning model.
District leaders to present the Oak Grove School District's Opening Schools Guidebook and answer questions surrounding in-person learning and safety protocols for students and staff.
1. Livestream on OGSD YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNM0aHajqqFCMYHXoDBcyw
2. Zoom Webinar
3. By Telephone: +1 669 900 6833 Webinar ID: 986 8670 1291
Oak Grove School District is requesting that the parent and/or guardian of each student complete the Education Benefit Form. Only 1 per household is required. Please complete by December 31st.
The information provided will be kept confidential and it will not be shared with any outside agencies.
This income information will strictly be used by the district to apply for services, grants, programs and/or special funding that is offered by several Local, State and Federal programs that will benefit the student and schools. Our district is proud of its diversity and ability to assist and serve the students of this with a variety of programs and services. The following is an example of items or services the funds will pay for:
Special Ed Programs
Special training and projects
Computers, Laptops, Hot Spot devices
Books and Classroom Supplies
Solar Panel and Energy Services
Construction and Maintenance Projects
Literacy and Enrichment Services
We are gathering input from parents on returning to in-person instruction.