Oak Grove School District wins the Golden Bell Award from CSBA (California School Board Association) for the implementation of the SEAL program.
Monday, 10/28 all schools in the Oak Grove School District are open and operating on a regular schedule.
Welcome back to school. Back to school means it is time to update your children's lunch application information for the 2019/2020 School Year.
Your benefit status from last year remains in effect until September 25, 2019. Please ensure you maintain your benefits by filling out an application today!
Don’t forget to get your digital copy of our Student Handbook and to respond to our Signature Pages. Read the full story to go to the Signature Page.
No olvide obtener su copia digital del Manual del Estudiante y responder a las Páginas de Firmas. Leer la historia completa para ir a la página de la firma.
Xin quý vị đừng quên tải Sách Chỉ Nam về Tác Phong của Học Sinh và ký tên vào Những Giấy Tờ cần Chữ Ký của Phụ Huynh. Quý vị phải đọc hết phần này để có thể vào phần Những Giấy Tờ Cần Chữ Ký của Phụ Huynh.
Free summer meals for kids and teens under 18. June 17th through July 19th at Stipe Elementary 5000 Lyng Dr. June 17th through August 2nd at Davis Intermediate School 5035 Edenview Dr. and Del Roble Elementary 5345 Avenida Almendros.
All school sites are currently closed for summer. All enrollment must be done at the District Office through August 1st.
Oak Grove School District is enrolling for the 2019-2020 school year. To find out more about us check our our new "Get to Know us Video".
Applications for our four award winning program options are open until this Friday, March 15th. Indigo K-8, AdVENTURE STEM 5-8th grade, Two-Way Bilingual Immersion (TWBI) TK-4, and the Virtual Learning Academy TK-8. For more details click on the enrollment tab.
The Board of Trustees approved resolutions for the English Learner (EL) Roadmap and Biliteracy Attainment Award after district staff championed the need for such resolutions. California Department of Education stated that Oak Grove is the first district to adopt both the EL Roadmap and the Biliteracy Attainment Award in the State of California.