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Safety First for all Children

The Oakley School District is committed to providing a safe environment for all children at school and at home.  We have had no reports of firearms on any of our campuses and much of the credit must go to you the parents.  One of the easiest ways to prevent an accidental shooting at home or school is to make sure all firearms are properly stored.   It is not only the logical, common sense thing to do, but it is now the law.  California law holds that an adult may be held criminally liable if a firearm is improperly stored. 

Procedural Safeguards

The Procedural Safeguards document linked below provides you as parents, legal guardians, and surrogate parents of children with disabilities from three (3) years of age through age twenty-one (21) and students who have reached age eighteen (18), the age of majority, with an overview of your educational rights or procedural safeguards.

Procedural Safeguards (English) PDF

Procedural Safeguards (Spanish) PDF


Parent Information

At OUESD, we always strive to maintain as much communication as possible with our parents. This includes seeking your input, hearing your concerns and answering your questions. We encourage you to promptly contact any of our administrators or teachers in person, by telephone or by email, whenever you have a question, concern or suggestion.

Independent Study Option2021-2022 School Year

Independent Study: In the most recent guidance from the California Legislature, AB/SB 130 states: "Students benefit from in-person learning, and safely returning to in-person instruction for the 2021-2022 school year is a priority. In order to ensure that students and families have educational options that best fit their needs, a new state law expands independent study opportunities as an option for families that do not wish to send their children to in-person schooling." 

Remote Learning, like we had during the COVID-19 Pandemic, will not be available in the 2021-2022 school year. To comply  with the new mandates, OUESD is partnering with a neighboring school district to provide  families with an option for an alternative learning placement/ Independent Study for the 2021-2022 school year. 

If you wish to inquire about an alternative learning placement/Independent Study for the 2021-2022 school year please submit the Independent Study Request form by July 23, 2021.

Kindergarten Enrollment

and Transitional Kindergarten (TK)

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Virtual Kinder Readiness Fair
English Video  | Video Español

Virtual TK Readiness Fair
English Video  | Video Español

To enroll in Kindergarten, the child must be five (5) years-old on, or before, September 1, 2021 for the 2021-2022 school year.  A child whose fifth birthday falls between September 2 and December 2, 2021 will be placed in a transitional kindergarten class. 

The following documentation is required for kinder and transitional kinder enrollment:

  • Current immunization records
  • Birth certificate (Original only, no copies)
  • Two current proofs of residence (utility bills, escrow papers, property tax bill).

If you are unsure which school is your school of residence, you can utilize our interactive attendance boundary map on our District website

5th to 6th Grade Transition

Delta Vista and O'Hara Park are currently working on a remote option for the 6th Grade Orientation events which typically happen each May. Your school site will be in touch once remote arrangements have been made.

Registration: Student's records will automatically move from your Elementary School to your designated Middle School. If you have moved, please provide you updated residency documentation to your student's elementary school at this time, instruction are posted on each Elementary Schools website. Any questions about school boundaries and transfers are addressed on the Enrollment and Transfer webpage.

As your student prepares to transition from 5th to 6th grade in OUESD, please continue to address your questions to your current School Principal, your child's 5th grade Teacher, or Office Staff. 


When to Keep your Child Home from School

It is sometimes difficult to decide when and how long to keep an ill child home from school. The attached guidelines represent some of the common childhood illnesses and symptoms. A good rule of thumb is that if your child is suffering from any illness that prevents them from feeling well enough to participate in the usual activities and routines, they should not be sent to school.

Cuando No Mandar a su Hijo/a a la Escuela

A veces es difícil decidir cuándo y cuánto tiempo debes de mantener a tu hijo/a enferma en la casa de la escuela. Las indicaciones adjuntas representan algunas de la enfermedades más comunes y sus síntomas.  Una buena regla es si su hijo/a está sufriendo de cualquier enfermedad que los impide de sentirse los suficiente bien para participar en las actividades y rutinas de al diario, no los deberán mandar a la escuela.

Disclaimer: We have made reasonable attempts to ensure our web site is educationally sound and does not have links to any questionable material. The Oakley Union Elementary School District  is not responsible for the content of external web sites.  Links from this site should not be construed as an endorsement, explicit or implied, of the organization, facility or information contained within those web sites.

Immunization Requirements

The Governor signed Senate Bill 277 which removed the personal belief exemption (PBE) from school immunization requirements.  As of January 1, 2016, the Oakley Union Elementary School District will no longer accept PBE forms for children entering preschool, kindergarten and 7th grade.  A personal belief exemption submitted prior to January 1, 2016 will remain valid until the student enters kindergarten, transitional kindergarten or 7th grade.

More information about immunization requirements (PDF)