• ALL Oak Park Schools will remain closed through Thanksgiving break and will reopen on Monday, November 26th. 

     

    Oak Park Unified School District will keep schools closed until after Thanksgiving Break to allow for a thorough and deep cleaning to be performed by professionals hired by the district's insurance carrier, the Ventura County Schools Joint Powers Authority (JPA).  A site by site inspection and detailed assessment has been performed by Insight Environmental under the auspices of the JPA and their hygienist has determined that every Oak Park school has been substantially impacted by smoke and ash and will require extensive and deep cleaning before students and staff may be allowed to return. 

     

    In collaboration with Insight Environmental, crews from ASR Property Restoration, (a local Ventura based company) will carry out deep cleaning, deodorizing, and disinfecting of interior spaces as well as power washing of exterior structures including buildings and playground equipment. Air scrubbers will be employed in all interior spaces, and HVAC systems will be cleaned and their filters changed. This protocol has been established by FEMA, the EPA, and the California Air Resources Board to ensure schools are safe for occupancy after a major fire event. 

     

    This district wide closure also includes Club Oak Park childcare and Oak Park Neighborhood Preschool. There will be no student activities, events, or practices during this time. Schools will be closed and employees will not be reporting to work until Monday, November 26th. 

     

    As always, the safety and well-being of our students and staff comes first. We hope this time away from school will allow our community to begin the healing and rebuilding process.  

     

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  • DISTRICT OF CHOICE APPLICATION FOR 2019-2020 IS OPEN: www.opusd.org/DOC

    The application will close at midnight on December 31, 2018 

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Headlines

  • #Oak Park Connects

    Oak Park Connects is a new website provided by our district. It allows parents to access community mental health resources, scheduled counseling events and resources for dealing with traumatic events.

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  • District of Choice and Inter-District Permits Information Center

    District of Choice Information Night is on October 24, 2018 at 6:30 pm in the Oak Park High School Pavilion. The DOC application for 2019-2020 is now open. Click here for more information.

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  • eNews PFA Newsletter

    News in Brief for Oak Park High School Parents. Brought to you by the Oak Park High School Parent Faculty Association (PFA)

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  • The Talon

    The Talon online is the official website for the Talon student newspaper. It is published by students from the Talon club and the OPHS journalism program.

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  • OPHS Report-It

    OPHS Report-It is an anonymous way for students and parents to let school officials know about important student mistreatment and safety concerns.

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  • Vaping on Campus - Alert

    Please watch this slide show to learn about this latest danger to our students

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  • The College Prep Pathway

    At Oak Park High School, most students are working toward the goal of entering a two or four-year College upon graduation. We have posted here the activities and resources that will guide students each year of high school towards achieving that goal.

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  • Class of 2019: The College Application Process

    The college application process and other information specifically for the class of 2019

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  • OPHS College Admission Statistics

    Comprehensive college admission statistics for the class of 2018 OPHS Graduates. We also have comparative data for the classes of 2012 through 2018.

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  • ASB Marquee Messages for Sale

    Post personal messages to your friends, happy birthday wishes, invitations, or congratulation. Click link to get the form or go to student store.

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  • Grad Night 2019

    The Safe and Sober Grad Night event immediately follows the graduation ceremony for all OPHS Seniors. It's one last opportunity for them to gather with classmates.

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  • Pre-register to Vote

    Voter pre-registration enables 16 and 17-year-olds to submit voter registration applications and get first-time voters immediately on the voter rolls when they turn 18 so they are immediately eligible to participate in our democracy

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  • Veritas

    Veritas is the 2018 OPHS Literary Arts Magazine of creative student stories and poems. Available for $5 at the student store or order a copy online for $9

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  • Buy Your Own Chromebook

    The Parent Chromebook Purchase Webstore is Live! Parents can now buy their student(s) a district managed Chromebook at a discounted price including 3 year extended warranty with accidental damage protection for about $420

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  • Math Honors Society - MHS

    MHS is a mathematically talented group of students willing to share their knowledge with anyone who might needs some extra help. Click for info flyer

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Recognitions


  •   California Gold Ribbon School Award                   National Blue Ribbon School Award                   Green Ribbon Schools Award                        Western Association of Accreditation for Schools & Colleges                      California Distinguished School Award
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