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Oakdale Joint Unified School District

Oakdale Joint Unified School District

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    Oakdale’s Super Summer Camp 2021 is cancelled.  We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.  We look forward to seeing your children in the summer of 2022!


    The Summer Learning Academy, a math and reading intervention program, will be available to select students in grades K-6 who meet eligibility requirements.  Identified students will receive a program invitation and application in the mail by April 28.  The application must be returned to the student's school by May 4, 2021.  The in-person Summer Learning Academy will run Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 11:00 am, June 7 to July 2 at Cloverland Elementary.  


    Independent Study and Credit Recovery Made Available for Students in Grades 7-12 (Video)


    OJUSD Grade Analysis and Overview of 7-12 Independent Study and Credit Recovery Program (Presentation)




    OJUSD Final Phase Reopening Plan


    OHS Hybrid and Full Day Schedules
    (English) (Spanish)


    OJHS Hybrid and Full Day Schedules
    (English) (Spanish)


    OJUSD School Site COVID Dashboard


    Completed COVID-19 School Guidance Checklist


    Elementary School Return Letter (ENGLISH) (SPANISH)


    Elementary Waiver Application (ENGLISH) (SPANISH)


    OJUSD COVID-19 Safety Plan (CPP)




    About Our School

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


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


    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


    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.