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New to Oakley Schools

If you have just moved into the Oakley Union Elementary School District (OUESD), Welcome!  We are excited about your student’s entry into our school district. To make the transition easier, we have put links to important resources on this one page.  This information can also be found under other menu items on the OUESD website.  Please feel free to contact us with questions or for additional assistance.

Schools and Attendance Boundaries:

Oakley Union Elementary School District is comprised of 7 elementary schools and 2 middle schools serving more than 5,200 students and their families. Students are enrolled in a school based on their address.
District Map (PDF)

To check which school site is your school of residence, by address, visit our Interactive Map.

Please be advised that because we are a growing community, placement at your neighborhood school may not be possible. While we can assure you placement within our school district, we cannot guarantee placement at your neighborhood school.

If you wish to submit an Intra-District Transfer request to attend a school that is not your school of residence, you can submit the request, at your school of residence, once the enrollment application has been verified.  You can also obtain more information under the Attendance and Transfers Tab.

Note: For those families living west of Empire Avenue in Oakley, you are currently in the Antioch Unified School District. For more information, call (925) 779-7500.

 

 Enrollment 

Enrollment is for students who are new to the school district. Enrollment occurs throughout the school year when a new student is going to begin attending an OUESD School. Students will be enrolled in the district once and registered each year. Student enrollment is handled by the School of Residence. Please contact the school directly, contact information can be found under the Schools Tab.

The following documentation is required for all enrollments:

  • Enrollment Packet (English | Español)
  • Current immunization records
  • Birth certificate (Original only, no copies)
  • Two current proofs of residence (utility bills, escrow papers, property tax bill)
  • Additional forms can be found on the Forms and Policies Page

Kindergarten Registration:
To enroll in Kindergarten, the child must be five (5) years-old on, or before, September 1, 2020 for the 2020-21 school year.  A child whose fifth birthday falls between September 2 and December 2, 2020 will be placed in a transitional kindergarten class. Enrollment documentation is required for kinder and transitional kinder registration.

Extended Day Learning Centers for K-5 and Preschool Information is available under the Parents tab.

During the Shelter in Place order, all documents (Enrollment Packet, Proof of Residency, Birth Certificate, Full Immunization Record and your ID) will need to be scanned and emailed, or faxed to your school of residence.  Once the COVID-19 shelter in place has been lifted, you will need to bring the original Proof of Residency, Original Birth Certificate, Full Immunization Records and your ID to finalize your enrollment within OUESD. Complete list of School Site Contacts for Enrollment is available here: Enrollment Contacts

 

District Calendars

OUESD operates on a modified traditional school calendar. Classes usually begin in late July with a 10 day break in October, a 10 day break in March, and a two week winter break. Summer break is approximately eight weeks beginning with the second week in June. View Current District Calendars

 

Bus Information

Bus Transportation for our students is provided by the Liberty Union High School District Transportation Department. For rate and route information, please contact the Transportation Department at 925-634-2700. The busing application is available for download here in English and Spanish. These forms also include considerable information about transportation fees, eligibility for free transportation and rules for students who ride school buses. More information is available on the Transportation page.

 

Student Services

More information on additional student services, Special Education, and many other topics can be found on the Student Services Home Page.

 

District Test Scores

This link takes you to Data Quest where you can get reports for accountability such as STAR Test results, Academic Performance Indicator (API) and Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) as well as information about other tests, enrollment, graduates, dropouts, course enrollments, staffing, and English learners. Another helpful site is the Ed-Data that will help you find answers to frequently asked questions about the finances, demographics and performance of California's K-12 schools.