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LCAP Stakeholder Input Results

We would like to thank the Oak Grove community and staff for their input to the 2017-18 Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). On May 11, the Board of Trustees received a presentation regarding the survey results. You can see that presentation by clicking above. The 2017-18 LCAP Draft was presented to the Board of Trustees on May 25. FInal approval from the Board of Trustees would be at the next Board meeting.
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Netflix's "13 Reasons Why" Information

Parents and guardians should be aware about a new television series with a sensitive theme that is expected to be popular with teenagers. The series is based on a 2007 bestselling novel with the same Netflix title, "Thirteen Reasons Why." The topics covered in this book are: adolescent bullying, rejection, heartbreak, sexual assault, abuse, revenge, depression, and desperate but unsuccessful efforts to find help or understanding. These topics are depicted as many of the reasons for the character's suicide at the end of the series. Series like this can be difficult to watch and could trigger feelings of distress in viewers.
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Immigration Enforcement Actions at Schools

On January 26, 2017 the Board of Trustees adopted a Resolution Affirming Support of Students & Families Regarding Immigration Enforcement Actions at Schools in order to stand behind a strong unified message to ensure our schools are safe havens for students. Our District is concerned about the safety and security of our region’s immigrant youth and families and wishes to express support for all students and families of Oak Grove School District.
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Message from the Superintendent regarding San Bernardino

As images of the tragic event in San Bernardino air on television and the internet, your child may have questions or concerns.

I want to assure you that we are here to support our students and families in order to assist in explaining what happened. By working together, we can ensure that our students have what they need to focus and thrive at school. Student safety continues to be a top priority at each of our schools. Our counselors are available to provide student support at their school site. You may contact your teacher and/or school principal if you feel you need to discuss this incident.

I encourage you to have an open discussion with your child to help them process this tragic incident, and more importantly, provide them the assurance of safety and comfort.
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