•  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. OPEF funds an additional counselor, instructional aide support in grades K-3 in the areas of literacy and numeracy at all elementary schools, and STEAM and enrichment programs K-12. Generous contributions from parents, alumni, and businesses provide needed support to help our schools offer what cannot be funded on state funding alone. 
    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.  
    Oak Park Education Foundation
    Oak Park’s high standard of living results in our schools receiving one of the lowest per-pupil rates in California–853 out of 946 districts. While state funding pays for the basics, it does not pay for programs that ensure educational excellence and give our students the most competitive edge in a future job market and in life.

    Philanthropy is the single revenue source for which we have total control and is essential to the success of our District. To preserve Oak Park’s small class sizes, innovative academics, career enrichment programs, and safe and secure campus environments, we are asking parents and stakeholders to consider a generous philanthropic investment in our educational foundation.  To learn more about the Oak Park Education Foundation(OPEF) please visit their website http://www.oakparkeducationfoundation.org/

    Parent Teacher Organizations Connected with Oak Park Schools 
    The following Parent Teacher Organizations support our connected directly with our schools. Please click on the links below to visit their websites. 

    Other Community Organizations in Oak Park 

    Municipal Advisory Council The MAC makes recommendations to the Ventura County Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission, Resource Management Agency, Local Agency Formation Commission and chief administrative officer. The council is composed of five elected members. The council meets monthly. Further information about elected officials; districts, etc. can be obtained by calling the office of Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks at (805) 214-2510.  
    Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District have over 50 parks and trails. Oak Park is home to 11 of those parks, including the Community Center and Gardens and the Dog Park. 

    The Community Foundation for Oak Park is a non-profit charitable organization established in 1979 to benefit the residents and community of Oak Park. 
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Last Modified on September 17, 2019