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    District Needs Assessment Committee Report

    OPUSD Needs Assessment Report Executive Summary

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  • 2016-17 Free and Reduced Price Meals Application is now available.

    Please be informed that eligibility does not transfer from one school year to the next. A new application must be submitted to be considered for meal benefits for 2016-17. Click to access application materials and sample menus.

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  • Buy your Oak Park-Opoly Game Board

    The Oak Park Community is celebrating it's 50th Anniversary in honor of all the families and businesses who have helped build this community into the Top Rated School District and Family Friendly Environment we all have come to love. To mark this auspicious event, the OPUSD Community Outreach Committee is producing our own Oak Park-Opoly Game Board. Pre-sale Price is $40 and will go up at the end of the month.

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  • Summer Reading Adventure

    http://opusd.org/readlog - To ensure that our students maintain good reading skills and that they continue to grow and learn throughout the summer, we would like to encourage everyone to read extensively over the summer break. Students should submit this form online during the summer, you can submit this form every time you finish a book or you can submit it for up to 10 books at one time. All students who turn in this form will be recognized with a certificate of recognition honoring their commitment to reading and literacy.

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  • Passport to Summer Learning and Adventure

    http://opusd.org/stupassport - For each place you visit this summer please submit the location, date and your impression of the place/event. You can submit one form at the end of the summer or submit this form each time you visit any place. All students who turn in this form will be recognized with a certificate of recognition honoring their commitment to learning and adventure.

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  • Measure C6/R Bonds

    www.opusd.org/bonds - Measure C6 was used for student safety, replace aging school equipment and furnishings, and provided up-to-date educational technology. Measure R addressed facility repairs and lowered our carbon footprint.

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  • All three Elementary School named 2016 Gold Ribbon Schools!

    Congratulations are in order to Brookside, Oak Hills, and Red Oak Elementary Schools for being selected for the California Gold Ribbon Schools Award this month. Schools applied for the award based on a model program their school has adopted that includes standards-based activities, projects, strategies, and practices that can be replicated by other local educational agencies. The award recognized Medea Creek Middle and Oak Park High Schools in 2015.

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  • A New Perspective On Teaching, Learning, and Collaboration

    Click through above to join Enoch Kwok, Director of Technology as he articulates the district's strategic plan for using Technology to enhance Teaching, Learning, and Collaboration. http://www.opusd.org/tlc

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  • Student Health and Wellness Resources for Parents

    Click through above to the new webpage devoted to Student Health and Wellness Resources for Parents. Videos of district workshops and links to resources are provided. http://www.opusd.org/wellness

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  • Oak Park High School in NEWSWEEK TOP SCHOOLS

    Newsweek magazine announced their list of America's Top High Schools for 2015 and we are pleased to report that Oak Park High School placed extraordinarily well and continues to move up in the rankings. The school ranked 120th in the United States and 18th in California out of 4500 high schools - well within the top 1%. This is particularly impressive because OPHS is a 'regular' public high school, where many of the schools on their list are magnet or charter schools that only accept gifted students or are selective. Congratulations are in order to the staff, students, and parents at OPHS and to our entire team - Preschool-12. In Oak Park everyone is working together to build a future for our children.

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Dr. Knight  
Welcome to Oak Park!  I invite you to explore our website to learn more about our amazing schools.  I am often asked, Why are the Oak Park Schools so special?  I think the answer is quite simple, the dedicated teachers, support staff, caring counselors and administrators, the Board of Education who sets the positive direction for the District and sustains the vision, the parents and community that support the schools, the students who bring their diverse interests and needs, all working together with a sense of common purpose.  In Oak Park, our students are not data points, they are each unique individuals, and valued by all.  We appreciate that parents place their children in our trust knowing they will all have meaningful learning experiences each day that will lead to their development as capable, responsible, and caring adults. 
Dr. Anthony Knight
Educating Compassionate and Creative Global Citizens 
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Our Schools



Brookside Elementary School

165 North Satinwood Avenue
Oak Park, CA 91377
Office: (818) 597-4200
Fax: (818) 889-0725
Sara Ahl, Principal


Oak Hills Elementary School

1010 North Kanan Rd.
Oak Park, CA 91377

Office:: (818) 707-4224
Fax: (818) 707-4232
Erik Warren, Principal


4857 Rockfield Street
Oak Park, CA 91377

Office: (818) 707-7972  
Fax: (818) 597-4244

Jon Duim, Principal


Medea Creek Middle School
1002 Doubletree Road
Oak Park, CA 91377


Office: (818) 707-7922
Fax: (818) 865-8641

Brad Benioff, Principal

Oak Park High School
899 North Kanan Road
Oak Park, CA 91377


Office: (818) 735-3300
 Fax: (818) 707-7970

Kevin Buchanan, Principal



Oak Park Neighborhood School
1010 Kanan Road
Oak Park, CA 91377

Office: (818) 707-7742
Fax: (818) 879-0372

Kim Gregorchuk, Director


Oak Park Independent School
5801 Conifer Street
Oak Park, CA 91377
Office: (818) 597-4256
Fax: (818) 879-0372

Stew McGugan, Principal


Oak View High School
5701 Conifer Street
Oak Park, CA 91377

Office: (818) 735-3217
Fax: (818) 735-3290

Stew McGugan, Principal

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