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Text "Food" to 877-877 to find a location nearest to you!

 

See the attached flyer for more details!

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Posted by: Matthew Jennings, District Admin, Oceanside Unified School District
Published: 6/19/19




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In an overabundance of caution we want to share with you an incident that took place today. This morning, a student on the way to El Camino High School reported an attempted abduction. The student is safe, and reported what had happened when she arrived at school. We immediately reported this incident to the Oceanside Police Department.

 

According to statements made to police and our staff, the student was walking to school and near Vanilla Way and Mesa Drive when she was approached by an unknown male. The student was able to free herself and continued on her way to school. This is an ongoing Police investigation and there is an increased patrol in the area and there will continue to be an increased police presence on and around the campus as a precaution. We are cooperating with the OPD and ask that anyone with information related to this incident please call the Oceanside Police Department at 760-435-4690. 

 

We understand that situations such as this are troubling. The safety and security of our students is our number one priority. We will continue to provide the safest environment possible for our students. Please remind your student that if they feel uncomfortable or threatened by a stranger to speak up. Some best practices include: telling your child that if a stranger ever approaches and offers a ride, treats, or asks for help with a task, such as helping find a lost dog, your child should step away, firmly yell "No!" and run away from the area immediately. Your child should also tell you or another trusted adult what happened. 

 

Thank you and please feel free to contact the school if you have any questions or concerns.

 

Como medida de precaución queremos compartir con ustedes un incidente que sucedió el día de hoy. Esta mañana, una estudiante en camino a El Camino High School reportó un intento de secuestro. La estudiante está a salvo, y reportó lo que había pasado cuando llegó a la escuela. Nosotros inmediatamente reportamos este incidente al Departamento de Policía de Oceanside. 

 

De acuerdo con las declaraciones que se hicieron a la policía y a nuestro personal, la estudiante estaba caminando a la escuela y estaba cerca de las calles Vanilla Way y Mesa Drive cuando se le acercó un hombre desconocido. La estudiante rechazó los avances y siguió caminando a la escuela. Se está llevando a cabo una investigación por parte de la policía y va a haber un aumento de patrullas en la zona y como precaución habrá un aumento en la presencia de policías en el plantel escolar y alrededor del plantel. Estamos cooperando con el Departamento de Policía de Oceanside y pedimos que si alguien tiene información relacionada a este incidente que por favor llamen al Departamento de Policía de Oceanside al 760-435-4690.

 

Entendemos que situaciones como esta son preocupantes. La seguridad y protección de nuestros estudiantes es nuestra prioridad principal. Seguiremos proveyendo el ambiente más seguro posible para nuestros estudiantes. Por favor recuerden a su estudiante que si se siente incómodo o amenazado por un desconocido que digan algo. Unas buenas prácticas son: decirle a su hijo o hija que si un desconocido se le acerca y ofrece llevarlos a algún lado, o dulces, o pide ayuda, como por ejemplo para buscar un perro perdido, debe separarse, gritar “¡No!” con firmeza y dejar la zona corriendo inmediatamente. Su hijo o hija también le debe contar a usted o a otro adulto de confianza lo que pasó.

 

Gracias y por favor no duden en contactarse con la escuela si tienen preguntas o inquietudes.

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Posted by: Matthew Jennings, District Admin, Oceanside Unified School District
Published: 5/30/19




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The Oceanside Unified School District 2019-2020 Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) draft was updated based on new data and stakeholder input.  

 

OUSD is seeking comments and feedback from stakeholders on the proposed 2019/20 LCAP: 

 

LCAP Comments – English

LCAP Comments – Spanish

 

For additional information about the LCAP, please review these resources or visit the LCAP webpage.

 

LCAP 1-page overview - English
LCAP 1-page overview - Spanish
LCAP Slides - English
LCAP Slides - Spanish

 

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Posted by: Matthew Jennings, District Admin, Oceanside Unified School District
Published: 5/23/19




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The regularly scheduled Oceanside Unified School District Board of Education meeting location has changed.

 

The meeting will be held at Chavez Middle School at 6:00 pm.

 

Location:

Chavez Middle School - MPR

202 Oleander 

Oceanside, CA 92057

 

Time:

6:00 PM

 

Date: 

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

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Posted by: Matthew Jennings, District Admin, Oceanside Unified School District
Published: 5/6/19




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Cultural Proficiency CommitteeOceanside Unified School District (OUSD), has assembled a Culturally Proficient Educator Committee (CPEC) comprised of more than 40 district staff and community representatives with the goal of leading the work of cultural proficiency throughout the district to ensure we are providing safe and equitable learning environments for all of our students.  

 

The importance of cultural proficiency goes beyond just providing curriculum and experiences that our students can identify with. As a district, we realize the importance of providing staff with the resources and training needed to better serve our diverse population. Through partnerships with the California Teachers Association (CTA), Oceanside Teachers Association (OTA), Human Rights Council of Oceanside, MeCHA, American Friends Service Committee, and the North County LGBTQ Resource Center we will focus on increasing individual cultural proficiency and building our capacity for cultural proficiency as an institution.

 

Cultural Proficiency is inside-out work. The work suggests we must first understand our implicit bias, so we can ensure that we do not promote stereotypes or act on negative assumptions towards a particular group of people. Superintendent Dr. Vitale said, “ It is being aware of who you are in the world and how you operate and think, particularly towards certain groups of people.  If we can all increase our individual awareness and intentionally work towards including and valuing all people in our community we will find that the feeling of belonging will grow to all stakeholders in OUSD.”

 

The CPEC will participate in a series of events and trainings designed to challenge their own cultural bias and understanding of cultural diversity. Additionally, the CTA will provide two full days of unconscious bias training to the CPEC and the committee will visit the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles. Through the partnership with OTA and CTA, unconscious bias training is expected to be provided to all staff by the end of 2019.

 

Oceanside Unified School District is committed to supporting families with various structures and from various backgrounds and providing a first class education to all students through equitable, safe, and stable learning environments. We understand that each of our unique differences contributes to the success of our community.

 

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Posted by: Matthew Jennings, District Admin, Oceanside Unified School District
Published: 5/1/19




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The Oceanside Unified School District (OUSD), is dedicated to ensuring the physical, emotional, and academic health and well-being of all our students.

 

This spring in accordance with the “California Healthy Youth Act,” we will instruct comprehensive sexual health education and HIV prevention education to students in middle school and high school. 

 

Parents and guardians can preview the written and audiovisual instructional materials.

 

Should you choose to have your student opted-out of one or more of the lessons, please indicate this choice by completing and returning the Opt-Out Form provided.

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Posted by: Matthew Jennings, District Admin, Oceanside Unified School District
Published: 4/16/19




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All parents and guardians are invited to attend the April District Parent Advisory Committee (DPAC) meeting.  Topic: Education Programs and Opportunities in OUSD.

When:  Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Time:    5:30-7:30pm

Where: Foussat Elementary School 

             3800 Pala Road

             Oceanside, CA 92058

Please see attached flyers for more information.

Register at: Eventbrite

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Posted by: Deb Wickman, District Staff, Oceanside Unified School District
Published: 3/18/19




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Oceanside Unified School District (OUSD) has adopted a cloud based technology to improve the governance process. The new service will allow OUSD to maximize the effectiveness of our board meetings while improving productivity and saving thousands of dollars annually.

 

Electronic distribution will not only save time and resources, but it will also provide easy public access to the agenda items and other board-related information. The new system will continue to provide interested parties access to review information prior to meetings. All documents associated with the meeting are automatically archived and can be accessed by date or by using the system’s search feature.


The new board management features can be accessed by visiting our Board Meeting website or our district homepage at: www.oside.us. For questions regarding the governance initiative please contact Ann Givens at: agivens@oside.us or 760-966-4006   

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Posted by: Matthew Jennings, District Admin, Oceanside Unified School District
Published: 2/7/19




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Please join us for our first annual Parent Academy!

 

Our Parent Academy is designed to provide worthwhile and valuable information and resources to support our parents.

 

Please take a moment to visit our Parent Academy website or the attached Parent Academy invitation for more information.

 

Parent Academy InvitationParent Academy Invitation in Spanish

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Posted by: Matthew Jennings, District Admin, Oceanside Unified School District
Published: 2/5/19




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Oceanside Unified School District is seeking input from families, guardians, community members, students, teachers, and staff about what we are doing well and what we can do to better ensure the success of all students.  The information gathered will be used to improve all schools in the Oceanside Unified School District.
 

Please take a few minutes to complete the LCAP survey before February 15, 2019. 

Your input and feedback is critical to the success of our schools and in helping all our students become college and career ready. 
 

Family Survey (English)

Family Survey (Spanish)

Staff Survey

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Posted by: Matthew Jennings, District Admin, Oceanside Unified School District
Published: 1/17/19




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Oceanside Unified School District is hosting a "Know Your Rights" informational forum, presented by US-Mexico Border Program (AFSC).

 

Date: January 29, 2019

Location: King Middle School located at 1290 Ivey Ranch Road, Oceanside, CA 92058

Time: 9:00 am to 11:00 am.

To become better informed about your rights and how to protect them, please attend the forum. Two additional forums will be held in January and March. For more information please view the attached Know Your Rights flyer or contact Jordy Sparks at 760-966-7826 or by email at: jordy.sparks@oside.us

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Posted by: Matthew Jennings, District Admin, Oceanside Unified School District
Published: 1/15/19




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All Oceanside Unified School District offices and schools will be closed for winter break from December 24, 2018 through January 11, 2019.

 

Classes will resume on January 14, 2019.

 

Have a fantastic winter break!

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Posted by: Matthew Jennings, District Admin, Oceanside Unified School District
Published: 12/21/18




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Oceanside Unified School District is hosting a "Know Your Rights" informational forum, presented by US-Mexico Border Program (AFSC).

Date: December 19, 2018

Location: Laurel Elementary School located at 1410 Laurel Street, Oceanside, CA 92058

Time: 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

To become better informed about your rights and how to protect them, please attend the forum. Two additional forums will be held in January and March. For more information please view the attached Know Your Rights flyer or contact Jordy Sparks at 760-966-7826 or by email at: jordy.sparks@oside.us

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Posted by: Matthew Jennings, District Admin, Oceanside Unified School District
Published: 11/29/18




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Help OUSD get additional funding for your child's school. Please complete the Impact Aid form coming home on Wednesday, October 3rd. and return it on Thursday, October 4th.

 

Ayude a OUSD a obtener fondos adicionales para la escuela de su hijo. Llene la forma de ayuda de impacto económico que su hijo llevará a su casa el miércoles 3 de octubre y regrésela a la escuela el jueves 4 de octubre, por favor.

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Posted by: Wendy Nicosia, District Admin, Oceanside Unified School District
Published: 9/18/18