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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  • Current and Archived Board of Education Agendas & Minutes

    The Board of Education holds regular meetings the third Tuesday of the month at 6:00 pm. All meetings, unless posted otherwise, are held at Oak Park High School, Presentation Room G9, 899 Kanan Road, Oak Park. The upcoming meeting agenda is posted at least 72 hours prior to the regular Board meeting at all school sites and the District Office and can be accessed by clicking here.

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  • District of Choice Information Center

    The DOC application for 2020-2021 is now. 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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  • Lunch Menus

    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.

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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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  • 1-to-1 Chromebook Program (Gr. 5-12)

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

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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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  • Interdistrict Permit Applications

    All inter-district permits between Oak Park and school districts outside of Ventura County (e.g., Las Virgenes, LAUSD, etc.) are handled on an individual basis. Each of the resident districts have their own policies for how the inter-district permits are processed and rules about annual renewals. Click here for more information.

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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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  • District Needs Assessment Report

    OPUSD Needs Assessment Report

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  • Bond Information

    Click here for information and overviews of Oak Park USD bonds.

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  • Student Health and Wellness Resources for Parents

    Check out our new webpage devoted to Student Health and Wellness Resources for Parents. Videos of district workshops and links to resources are provided.

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  •  Dr. Tony Knight

    Anthony W. Knight, Ed.D.   Superintendent



    Welcome to Oak Park! I invite you to explore our website to learn more about our amazing schools. I am often asked, “Why are the Oak Park Schools so special?” I think the answer is quite simple, the dedicated teachers, support staff, caring counselors and administrators, the Board of Education who sets the positive direction for the District and sustains the vision, the parents and community that support the schools, the students who bring their diverse interests and needs, all working together with a sense of common purpose. In Oak Park, our students are not data points, they are unique individuals, and valued by all. We appreciate that parents place their children in our trust knowing they will all have meaningful learning experiences each day that will lead to their development as capable, responsible, and caring adults.                                  


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