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Board Meeting

Time: 6 PM – 8 PM
Location: Video Teleconference
Sep 10

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From the Superintendent...

Re: End of the 2019-2020 School Year

Dear OGSD Families and Staff, 
Welcome to the official end of the 2019-2020 school year. Even though we may not be physically together, we do need to take a moment and celebrate the academic journeys of our students and recognize the bright futures our students have. Congratulations to all students for completing this school year! 
We also want to recognize and congratulate all graduating 8th graders.  We wish them success and happiness as they move on to high school. In reflecting back on this one of a kind school year, we acknowledge our teachers and staff for their commitment to providing excellent educational opportunities, despite the challenges COVID-19 presented. Our school families have been valuable partners in this new distance learning experience and together we have ensured continued engagement during the final months of the school year.
We know the community is eager to know how our children and youth will return in the Fall. A variety of logistical and public health considerations must be addressed in order to ensure that a return to in person instruction is done as safely as possible. We are working diligently toward that goal. Our School Reopening Task Force will be hard at work reviewing and planning for next school year based on the most up-to-date guidance from Santa Clara County Office of Education, the Santa Clara County and California Departments of Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control, and the California Department of Education. Thank you for your participation in our District Student, Staff, Teacher and Parent surveys.  Our task force will be using the data from the surveys to plan, inform and provide guidance on key actions to reopen schools in the fall.
We continue to monitor the evolving situation with COVID-19 and assess the conditions that must be addressed as we make plans to resume school in the Fall with the modifications necessary to prioritize student and staff safety concerns. Regardless of how we reopen, the start date for the 2020-2021 school year remains Wednesday, August 12th for students.
We will continue to keep you updated on any changes as they emerge. I’d like to remind families to visit our website for COVID-19 resourcesSummer Distance Learning Options, answers to frequently asked questions, and resources to support the ongoing nutrition needs, well-being, and mental health of our families available on our website at
Thank you for your continued support in ensuring that every child’s potential is achieved in OGSD. 
Have a great summer!
José L. Manzo

Board Agenda


Congratulations! Bernal Intermediate and Herman Intermediate/AdVENTURE STEM for receiving the 2019 CALIFORNIA DISTINGUISHED SCHOOL AWARD.  
Oak Grove students advanced in English and Math according to the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). 



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