Now Enrolling Oak Park Resident Students for Grades TK-5. Please contact Susan Crumpley at 818-707-7972 for enrollment paperwork and eligibility criteria for Transitional Kindergarten.
OPUSD is committed to growing imaginations in a climate of care. Learn more about our elementary curriculum and instruction.
Emerging next generation curriculum is different from traditional textbook based curriculum by emphasizing collaborative learning experiences,
At OPUSD, we are proud to lead the way in redefining expectations for school food. We believe it is our responsibility to serve our students food that nourishes the body, respects the environment, and supports the local community. Our meals are scratch-cooked in our own cafeterias using whole, minimally processed ingredients that are carefully selected to meet our high quality standards. Click here for the current Lunch Menus.
Your Place to Help us Keep our School Safe
The OPUSD K-5 gender diversity lessons aim to create a safe and supportive climate for everyone, while striving to decrease bullying and harassment. Click for more information and lesson plans.
The Oak Park Education Foundation (OPEF) is an organization with the purpose of providing additional private funding in support of Oak Park Schools. It raises hundreds of thousands of dollars to support our schools. Additionally, each school has a Parent Teacher Organization and Oak Park High School has several booster clubs that support athletic teams, music, and the performing arts. Click here to learn more about these organizations.
It is with great excitement that I welcome you to our Red Oak Elementary School family and to another amazing school year! I am very excited to once again be your principal of Red Oak Elementary School. It is my distinct honor and privilege to lead a school with such a rich tradition of excellence. I so look forward to working with each student and family as partners in learning.
Along with teachers and support staff, we will continue to work hard to ensure each student reaches their individual potential while becoming compassionate and creative global citizens of the 21st century in a safe, nurturing environment.
Our learning community here at Red Oak is a true partnership and we invite all of our families to take part in our school and PFA events. There are many opportunities available such as volunteering in classrooms, field trips, and special events. Along with fun school-wide events, we encourage you to participate in activities such as our yearly Jog-A-thon, Bowling Night, Science Night, and our Spring Dance event. For more information about our fabulous Red Oak PFA visit here. You are welcome to all of our events and I invite you to join in all the fun happening at Red Oak Elementary!
Please feel free to visit the Oak Park Unified School District website www.oakparkusd.org/roes for more information about all of our programs or reach out and contact us at (818) 707-7972 or directly by email firstname.lastname@example.org. School Handbook contains information we hope you will find useful. Please take a moment to review this handbook so you become familiar with our programs and practices.
On behalf of our community of students, parents, and staff, I welcome you to another amazing year of doing great things for our kids at Red Oak Elementary School!
Stacy La Frenz