LCAP 2016-17

Under LCFF, the responsibility for allocating funds to meet students’ needs is given to local governing boards. To demonstrate how funds will be used to address eight priorities established by the state, school districts must develop and approve a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) no later than July 1 each year. This three-year plan is to be updated annually. Once approved by the Board of Trustees, the LCAP will be the basis for expenditures in the District budget.

You can access the current OGSD Board Approved LCAP by clicking

Oak Grove LCAP 2016

Measure EE

The Oak Grove School District Board of Trustees placed a parcel tax measure, Measure EE, on the November 8, 2016 ballot.  If passed, Measure EE will generate $3.1 million to improve the quality of education for all of our students, enhance academic programs and improve school campus safety.

For more information and facts on Measure EE:
Fact Sheet on Measure EE
Hoja de Información de la Medida EE
Những Dữ Kiện về Dự Luật EE

Measure EE is a parcel tax measure that will:

  • Help attract and retain high quality teachers for every classroom;
  • Maintain class sizes and improve education at early ages, when it matters most;
  • Provide teacher training and professional development;
  • Fund programs in science, math, and computer programming; and
  • Improve security at our schools by providing additional student supervision and upgrading security cameras.
  • Allows a Senior Citizen exemption

As listed on the November 8, 2016 Election Ballot:


EE To improve education and student achievement in neighborhood schools by maintaining small class sizes; hiring, retaining and training quality teachers; expanding science, technology, engineering, math, language, art, and music education; improving health, safety, security, and maintenance services; and providing before-/afterschool programs; shall Oak Grove Elementary School District levy a parcel tax of $132 per parcel for nine years providing $3.1 million annually, exempting seniors, with annual audits, citizens’ oversight, and all funds used locally?

Para mejorar la educación y el logro de los estudiantes en las escuelas del vecindario a través de cupos reducidos en las clases; contratación, retención y capacitación de maestros altamente cualificados; expansión en las áreas de ciencias, tecnología, ingeniería, matemáticas, idiomas, arte y música; mejora de los servicios de salud, seguridad y protección y servicios de mantenimiento y proporcionar programas antes y después de la escuela: ¿debería el Distrito de Escuelas Primarias de Oak Grove recaudar un impuesto parcelario de $132 por parcela por nueve años y proporcionar $3.1 millones anuales con exención para las personas de la tercera edad, con auditorías anuales, supervisión ciudadana y el uso local de todos los fondos?


Oak Grove School District CAASPP SBAC Results

The 2015-16 school year marked the second year of California’s new statewide student assessment system – California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) – which replaced the previous Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) system. The CAASPP system consists of: Smarter Balanced Assessments (SBAC), which incorporate: Summative Assessments in grades

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Student Accidental Insurance Information –

Dear Parents: The Oak Grove School District does not provide medical, accident or dental insurance for pupils injured on school premises or through school activities. In accordance with Education Code Section 49472, the District is making available a low cost medical/dental accident insurance program. Accident Only Plans The purpose of

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Superintendent’s Newsletter June 2016

Dear Staff and Community, As we close the year, I would like to take the opportunity to provide you with an update on the activities which impact the District. During the Executive Team’s site visit to Stipe School, we had the opportunity to observe our IT Department’s Laptop Refresh Program.

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Notice and Objection Form required by FERPA

Date: February 2, 2016 Subject: Official Message from the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tom Torlakson In April 2012, two organizations, the Morgan Hill Concerned Parents Association and the Concerned Parent Association (the plaintiffs), filed a lawsuit against the California Department of Education (CDE) alleging widespread, systemic non-compliance by local

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