• DISTRICT OF CHOICE APPLICATION FOR 2020-2021 IS OPEN: www.opusd.org/DOC

    The application will close at midnight on December 31, 2019.

    Please join us for an information night - on October 28 at the OPHS Pavilion at 6:30 pm

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  • 2019-20 Registration

    Registration is occurring on Aug. 1st and 2nd. Registration forms are now available at www.opusd.org/OHESforms. Some forms can be completed on-line, and others need to be downloaded, printed, completed, and submitted in person on Aug. 1st and 2nd. Click the headline above for more information and links to access the forms.

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  • District of Choice and Inter-District Permits Information Center

    The DOC application for 2020-2021 is now open. Click here to apply and for more information about the program.

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  • K-5 Gender Diversity Lessons

    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.

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  • 1-to-1 Chromebook Program (Gr. 5 only)

    Emerging next generation curriculum is different from traditional textbook based curriculum by emphasizing collaborative learning experiences,

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  • Organizations Supporting Oak Park USD

    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.

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  • #OakParkConnects

    #OakParkConnects is a new website provided by our district. It allows parents and students to access community mental health resources, scheduled counseling programs and support for dealing with traumatic events.

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  • Oak Hills Elementary ReportIT!

    Your Place to Help us Keep our School Safe

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  • Club Oak Park

    The registration window for 2019-2020 is now open. Please register no later than June 30, 2019 to secure a spot in the program. Visit our program website for details.

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  • New Student Enrollment

    Oak Park Residents Only. Please complete all sections, submit and print. Bring printed document to Oak Hills along with a copy of student's birth certificate, immunization records and proof of residence.

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  • Oak Hills Named a 2016 California Honor Roll School!

    Oak Hills has been named a 2016 California Honor Roll School by Educational Results Partnership (ERP) and the Campaign for Business and Education Excellence (CBEE)!

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Welcome

  • Welcome to the Oak Hills Elementary School family.  We believe that the school staff and our families form a vital team, working together to assist our children in their academic, social and emotional growth. 
     
     At Oak Hills we set clear expectations and goals at high levels.  We do this because we know that every member of our school community will work together to ensure that each individual achieves at the highest level. As one succeeds, so does the team. 


    Oak Hills is a very special and unique learning community that has been recognized as a leader in elementary education.  The school has been recognized twice as a National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education for meeting national standards for school excellence.  We have also been named a California Distinguished School by the California State Department of Education for excellence and as a school with high academic standards, a well articulated curriculum,and an outstanding learning environment. We earned the Bravo Award from the Music Center of Los Angeles County for an exemplary program in the visual arts and we were named for Excellence in the Arts by the California Department of Education.  We have also been recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the California Department of Energy and Resources, and the County of Ventura for our Zero Waste, recycling and waste reduction programs. 

    We hope that the information in the School Handbook will enable you and your student to understand our programs and practices.  Please take a moment to review this handbook, especially this year as there have been some minor changes that were made to better serve our school community.
     
     
    Sincerely,
    Principal

     

    Erik J. Warren

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