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  • OPUSD 2021-22 Re-enrollment

    OPUSD Re-enrollment opens in Q Parent Connect on July 26, 2021 at 9:30am. All students need to re-enroll for the 2021-22 school year. Site specific back to school information will be sent by the principal via ParentSquare. If you have questions regarding the re-enrollment process, please contact your school’s Office Manager or Administrator.

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  • Return to School 2021-2022

    Oak Park USD is prepared for a return to a full, traditional, five-day in-person instructional program for all students beginning on August 9, 2021. For details about our safety protocols and information about our return to school plans click here.

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  • OPUSD Enrichment Library

    Welcome to the Oak Park Unified Summer Enrichment Resources! Click here to find summer resources aimed at Elementary, Middle, and High School students. These helpful resources and activities are optional for students to complete online or at home!

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  • Local Control and Accountability Plan - 2021-2022

    The Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a State-mandated strategic plan that describes the goals, actions, services, and expenditures to support positive student outcomes that address State and local priorities.. The 2021-2022 OPUSD LCAP was adopted by the Governing Board on June 22 and is available here

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  • Board of Education Meeting - Agendas and Minutes

    The Board of Education holds regular meetings on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. Regular Meeting Agendas are posted 72 hours before the meeting and Special Meeting agendas are posted 24 hours before the meeting. The upcoming meeting agenda and notices are available by clicking here:

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  • Technology Guide and Help 4 Parents

    Summer Tech Support Hours, Guide to various apps and tech platforms available for parents and students. Click here for office hours, quick guides, videos, and helpful tech resources.

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  • Club Oak Park - Extended Care Program

    Club Oak Park is designed to meet the child care needs of OPUSD families. The program is located directly on each elementary school and middle school campus (serving students in grades DK through 8) To learn more about the program and to register click here

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  • Mental Health Resources

    Community mental health resources, scheduled counseling programs and support for dealing with traumatic events are available by clicking here

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  • Interdistrict Transfer Permits

    Education Code 46600-46610 permits parents/guardians to request an interdistrict transfer/reciprocal agreement between their home District of Residence and the District they wish to enroll in. Click here to learn more about enrolling your child using this transfer process.

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  • District of Choice Permits

    The District of Choice Application for the 2022-2023 school year will open on October 1, 2021. The application for 2021-2022 are closed. To learn more about the District of Choice Program and the transfer process please click here.

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Welcome Message from the Superintendent

  • Dr. Jeff DavisDr. Jeff Davis, Superintendent

    I am honored to serve as the new Superintendent of the Oak Park Unified School District and look forward to the 2021-22 school year with great hope and enthusiasm. Welcome back to our returning families and a first-time welcome to our families new to Oak Park.

    The opportunity to return to in-person learning and re-connect with our classmates, colleagues, co-workers, and families is truly energizing. I am confident that our focus on a Climate of Care, wellness, and academic excellence will prove beneficial to all as we re-engage in school this year. We value the partnership that has been created over the years between the district, the schools, and our families and believe that this teamwork allows us to provide a world-class education to our students.

    How does Oak Park consistently rank as one of the highest performing school districts in Ventura County, California, and the nation? We have an exceptional group of highly skilled and dedicated teachers, coaches, support staff, caring counselors, and administrators who do all they can to ensure student success from when a student enters our district through high school graduation. In addition, our supportive Board of Education sets the positive direction for the district. It sustains the vision and mission, while our parents and community provide a tremendous amount of support for our schools.

    In Oak Park, our students are amazing! Our youngest to our oldest students excel in academics, activities, performing arts, student leadership, and athletics. This is evidenced by the several top universities our high school students are accepted into each year, the incredible talents our students display in areas such as art, music, drama, and journalism, as well as the many CIF and league championships our teams and individual student-athletes, earn each year competing for Oak Park High School.

    Our district mission is to “Educate Compassionate and Creative Global Citizens.” In Oak Park, our students bring their diverse interests and needs to our campuses and flourish in the safe and caring environments that we provide for them. We appreciate that our parents place their children in our trust each day, knowing their children will all have daily meaningful learning experiences that will lead to their development as compassionate, creative, capable, responsible, happy, and caring people who will thrive during their time in Oak Park and their adult years. 

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  • Non-Discrimination Statement/Title IX/Sexual Harassment Complaints

    Oak Park Unified School District is committed to providing a working and learning environment free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying. For more information regarding nondiscrimination, please click here. 

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