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  • Science Fair Mania!

    Congratulations to Medea Creek Middle School for once again taking the top honors at the Ventura County Science Fair with the most awards. Many projects will be advanced to the State Science Fair. Students were honored by the Board of Education at the April 21, 2015 Board Meeting. Congratulations to MCMS and OPHS participants and awardees! A special 'Thank You' is in order for MCMS science teacher, Cindy Legeti who coordinated the projects. Click on the headline to see a larger version of the photo.

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  • Big Sunday in Oak Park - MAY 3

    May 3, 2015 - 8:30 a.m. to noon Please join OPUSD's Community Outreach Committee in a 'Day of Giving" to our Oak Park schools and community. Want to volunteer? Need more information? Click on the "Big Sunday in Oak Park" headline above or go to http://www.oakparkusd.org/bigsunday

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  • Walk for the Dogs - COMING MAY 9

    Everyone is invited to bring your dog for our second annual Oak Park USD Walk for the Dogs. We are meeting on Saturday, May 9 at 10:00 AM at the Great Lawn at Oak Park High School. Click on the Headline to link to our page with more information and the simple registration form. Donation is $10 and all proceeds will help shelter animals. The event is organized by the OPHS student club - SPAE - Students for the Protection of Animals and the Environment

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  • Red Oak Principal SLIMED!

    To the delight of the children at Red Oak Elementary School, Principal, Dr. Jon Duim allowed himself to be 'slimed' after the students and parents raised over $28,000 in the Red Oak Jog-a-Thon. The slime was poured on him by Superintendent, Dr. Tony Knight and parent and former PFA President, Kevin Harold.

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  • Super Saturday THANK YOU!

    Oak Park USD was presented with the monthly Sustainability Award from State Senator Fran Pavley at the Sustainability Fair on January 31. The event was a big success showing that being green and reducing your carbon footprint is cool, fun, and easy! Many thanks to Keyla Trietman, chair of the Environmental Education and Awareness Committee, Science Specialist Debbie Hammill, Teacher Becky Koch, the Boy Scouts, the Idea to Impact Students, and many others for their efforts at making the day a big success. We would also like to thank everyone for bringing us TONS of paper, electronic waste, and clothing to be recycled.

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  • Oak Park Schools Move Toward ZERO WASTE

    A new recycling and food waste composting program is being rolled out in all schools this fall after a successful pilot at Medea Creek Middle School last school year. When a student is finished with lunch virtually everything left can be recycled. This includes FOOD WASTE of all types. This project has been led by the Environmental Education and Awareness Committee. As a National Green Ribbon School District, OPUSD desires to teach and model sound environmental practices.

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  • New Oak Park High School Green Classrooms

    Seven new classrooms constructed from recycled sea containers are the first in the nation to be installed in a public school. These new classrooms are 'Net Zero' buildings meaning they will use less energy than they produce. This is due to the hyper-efficiency of the buildings with LED lighting and super efficient air conditioning and heating systems, cool roofs, thick insulation, and solar panels. The landscape in front of the buildings is drought-tolerant and absorbs storm water runoff in bioswales.

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  • All 3 Oak Park USD Elementary Schools 'Distinguished'

    The California Department of Education has named all three Oak Park elementary schools as 2014 California Distinguished Schools. The application process is arduous and each of the schools received a full day site validation visit from officials. This award is the 5th for Brookside, 4th for Oak Hills, and 3rd for Red Oak (our newest elementary school). 424 schools earned this honor this year out of 5768 public elementary schools in California.

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  • Oak Park USD Wins Green Schools Award

    We are pleased to announce that Oak Park USD has been awarded the Green Schools Leadership Award by Green Schools California. OPUSD was selected as the District Award winner for the entire state of California.

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Our Schools

 
 bes

165 North Satinwood Avenue 

Oak Park, CA 91377

 (818) 597-4200  Fax: (818) 889-0725

Sara Ahl, Principal

sahl@oakparkusd.org

 
 mcms

1002 Doubletree Road 

Oak Park, CA 91377

(818) 707-7922  Fax: (818) 865-8641

Brad Benioff, Principal

bbenioff@oakparkusd.org

 
ohes

1010 North Kanan Road 

Oak Park, CA 91377

(818) 707-4224  Fax: (818) 707-4232

Erik Warren, Principal

ewarren@oakparkusd.org

ophs
 

899 North Kanan Road 

Oak Park, CA 91377

(818) 735-3300  Fax: (818) 707-7970

Kevin Buchanan, Principal

kbuchanan@oakparkusd.org

 
 
 roes

4857 Rockfield Street 

Oak Park, CA 91377

 (818) 707-7972  Fax: (818) 597-4244

Jon Duim, Principal

jduim@oakparkusd.org

 
 ovhs  

5701 East Conifer Street 

Oak Park, CA 91377

(818) 735-3217  Fax: (818) 735-3290

Stew McGugan, Principal

smcgugan@oakparkusd.org

 
OPIS
 
 

5801 East Conifer Street 

Oak Park, CA 91377

(818) 735-3200  Fax: (818) 879-0372

Classrooms, Teachers & Office Manager located on the campus of:

OPUSD District Office

5801 East Conifer Street

  Oak Park, California 91377

(818) 597-4256

Stew McGugan, Principal

smcgugan@oakparkusd.org

 
 opns  Oak Park Neighborhood School

1010 Kanan Road 

Oak Park, CA 91377

(818) 707-7742  Fax: (818) 879-0372

CONTACT THE SCHOOL

Kim Gregorchuk, Director

kgregorchuk@oakparkusd.org

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