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Press Release - Glider Property

Oak Grove School District has received inquiries and public comment regarding the closed Glider Elementary School located at 511 Cozy Drive. The press release will provide more clarification on the process.

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Opening Schools Update: Spanish | Vietnamese
 
Dear Oak Grove Community,
 
Last night, our Board of Trustees heard community and staff comment regarding opening schools for in-person instruction. The Board discussed the health and safety of our staff and students and recognized the toll this challenging year has had on the mental health and wellbeing of the students we serve.
 
After much debate and conversation, our School Board unanimously voted to open our schools and provide the option for students to remain in distance learning or return to in-person instruction in a phased-in hybrid model. Parents/guardians who prefer to keep their child(ren) in distance learning will have the option to do so. Those that prefer their child(ren) participate in in-person instruction will also have that option.
 
Phase-in opening school dates, no later than:
 
Grades TK, K, 1        April 26 
Grades 2-3                May 3
Grades 4-6 and 8      May 10
Grade 7                     Distance Learning for the remainder of the school year
 
In-Person instruction will be in a Hybrid Model, consisting of small groups in-person two times per week and the other days off campus in distance learning. Please look for a Commitment Form via ParentSquare in the coming weeks from your school site where you will select the option for each child to either remain in distance learning or to select in-person instruction. After you submit your selection, you will receive further information from your school regarding your child's return to instruction.
 
We are so grateful to our staff, who have been working hard to ensure that our students have the very best school year amid the challenges we have faced with the pandemic. On behalf of Oak Grove staff and the Board of Trustees, I extend our sincere appreciation for the patience and support of Oak Grove families throughout this school year.
 
Sincerely,
 

José L. Manzo
Superintendent
 
 
 

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Press Release - Glider Property

Oak Grove School District has received inquiries and public comment regarding the closed Glider Elementary School located at 511 Cozy Drive. The press release will provide more clarification on the process.

A Resolution Denouncing Hate Crimes and Bigotry Targeting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

On March 11, 2021, our District Board of Education unanimously adopted “A Resolution Denouncing Hate Crimes and Bigotry Targeting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders'' thanks to the collaborative work of Trustee Beija Gonzalez, OGEA President Maripaz Berlin, teachers Kellee Humphrey, Kirat Sachdev, Board President Jorge Pacheco Jr., and Franklin-McKinley School District Board President Maimona Afzal Berta. We are horrified that less than a week since our Resolution passed, the mass killings in Atlanta, Georgia that took the lives of eight people, six of whom were Asian women, terrorized the nation. We stand in solidarity with the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) community and condemn the attacks that occurred in Atlanta, Georgia on March 16, 2021. Our hearts are heavy alongside our AANHPI communities that are experiencing traumatic and racist attacks in the Bay Area, across our state and around the world. For so many in the AANHPI community, worrying for the safety of yourselves and your loved ones on a daily basis is a very real experience. No one should be worried for their own safety or fear for their life ever, especially for being a member of the AANHPI community.