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Oakdale Joint Unified School District

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    All OJUSD schools will be closed beginning 3/19/20 and will stay closed through the conclusion of 2019-20 school year.

     

     

     

     

    Community of Oakdale,                                                                             04/01/2020

     

    I want to thank you for your assistance in a safe and efficient closure of schools. As we have navigated the first weeks of closure, the State Superintendent of Instruction Tony Thurmond and Governor Gavin Newsom have now directed that all schools in the state remain closed through the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. We need all students to fully turn their attention to their respective school’s distance learning platform and stay current with the strategic activities listed by their teachers. The OJUSD will begin collecting student work for credit/grades beginning the week of 4/20/20. It is imperative that we give all our students, and particularly our seniors, a chance to address any grades that need improvement. The work collected will only be used to improve a student end of year/semester grade. Again, I cannot overemphasize the importance of students contacting their teachers via our distance learning platform located on each school site’s individual website.

    We will work with each graduating class to find a date later in the summer/fall to hold the graduations. As a District we are fully committed to providing our students the traditional ceremonies as soon as social distancing protocols are lifted.

    In the coming days and weeks, we will provide more information regarding grades, transcripts, scholarships, summer school and continued distance learning instruction.

    Please stay safe and follow the safety procedures that have been established by Stanislaus County Public Health.

     

    Marc Malone

     

     

     

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    04/01/2020

    Community of Oakdale,                                                                           

    I want to thank you for your assistance in a safe and efficient closure of schools. As we have navigated the first weeks of closure, the State Superintendent of Instruction Tony Thurmond and Governor Gavin Newsom have now directed that all schools in the state remain closed through the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. We need all students to fully turn their attention to their respective school’s distance learning platform and stay current with the strategic activities listed by their teachers. The OJUSD will begin collecting student work for credit/grades beginning the week of 4/20/20. It is imperative that we give all our students, and particularly our seniors, a chance to address any grades that need improvement. The work collected will only be used to improve a student end of year/semester grade. Again, I cannot overemphasize the importance of students contacting their teachers via our distance learning platform located on each school site’s individual website.

    We will work with each graduating class to find a date later in the summer/fall to hold the graduations. As a District we are fully committed to providing our students the traditional ceremonies as soon as social distancing protocols are lifted.

    In the coming days and weeks, we will provide more information regarding grades, transcripts, scholarships, summer school and continued distance learning instruction.

    Please stay safe and follow the safety procedures that have been established by Stanislaus County Public Health.

     

    Marc Malone

    Calendar
    • All OJUSD schools will be closed beginning 3/19/20 and will stay closed through the conclusion of 2019-20 school year.
    • All OJUSD school sites are closed to all outside entities until further notice.
    • The OJUSD District Office will close to the public effective at the conclusion of work on 3/20/20 and is scheduled to reopen on 05/04/20.
    • Please encourage our students to utilize the OJUSD Distance Learning Platform  and communicate directly with their specific teachers during this time of closure via  the web based platform available on each school’s website. Simply click on the “Enrichment Activities” icon on the main page. On 4/20/20 the icon for the platform will change to read “Learning from Home”. All activities are specifically designed to prepare all students for a strong academic finish to the 2019-20 school year.
    • The OJUSD will begin collecting student work for credit on 4/20/20. This work will be used to allow all students to improve their grades and properly prepare them for the next step of their academic journey.
    • The work of K-12 school districts has been identified as critical to the infrastructure of community well-being. You will see OJUSD employees essential to the maintenance of this infrastructure executing their duties during this time of closure.

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    About Our School

    Vision: Teach, Learn, Every Day, No Excuses!

    MISSION

    All OJUSD staff and students strive for improvement and excellence every day.
     


    CORE VALUES

    We believe all students and staff should . . .

    • Achieve Excellence in All School Endeavors
    • Lead Courageously
    • Enact Justice on Behalf of Others
    • Accept Responsibility for Their Actions
    • Maintain Safe Schools and Positive Learning Environments for All

    STUDENT GOALS

    Every student will . . .

    • Demonstrate academic growth as measured by the local Common Formative Assessment System and CAASPP (California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress).
    • Improve his/her academic performance each year.
    • Be able to read at or above grade level.
    • Demonstrate K-8 math fluency and proficiency in critical areas of focus to prepare students for increased rigor of Integrated Common Core Math in high school.
    • Identify a career interest and develop an action plan for pursuing that career by the end of the 8th grade.
    • Meet the District's rigorous and relevant standards for graduation.