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District and School Communications

The Oak Grove School District recognizes the importance of communicating with parents and guardians to support all students academic success. The following tools are used for parent and guardian communication:

Parent Square ParentSquare and StudentSquare - OGSD uses ParentSquare to communicate with you at the school, and in your classrooms and groups as well as StudentSquare for grades 5-8. ParentSquare provides a simple and safe way for everyone at school to connect via phone, email, text or app. You can use ParentSquare on any device. You can download the free mobile app for Android or iOS and you can also use it from a computer at:

Activate Your Account 

The District sent an invitation email or text (that is on file with the school on infinite campus) to join ParentSquare. Users can click the link to activate their account. See below for examples of what these activation links will look like. Users can also register through the ParentSquare app which can be downloaded for free.  You can also go to and log-in using the email address you provided the school.



iOS App - Apple Store

Android App - Google Play Store


For more help with ParentSquare check out the how to videos and links here.



Infinite Campus Parent Portal - This information system allows you to receive District and school assessments and update household contact information. You will be able to change your phone number, email address and specify how you would like to receive information (email, text, call, etc.).

Your unique portal account provides you access to information only for your children or those under your guardianship.It is critical we have updated contact information on the student emergency form. Now you can update this from your mobile device or computer via Infinite Campus Parent Portal. 


District and School Websites - visit us at for information about the district and our schools.  Bookmark us and check back frequently for news and updates.



The District and most schools use social media to share information. 

Facebook @Oakgrovesd  and  Twitter @Oakgrovesd Check your school's website for its social media links.


Peachjar Flyer Distribution replaces paper flyers. Schools send e-flyers to families, and outside organizations can send approved e-flyers to all families in the district. Look for the Peachjar icon on your school’s website. Peachjar is used exclusively for distribution of district- and school-approved flyers related to our community events and resources.


Watch for communications from the Superintendent.

Newsletters are sent four times a year to parents and staff with updates on the District, programs, services, budget, and more. 


The Report Card is sent two times a year to all of the entire Oak Grove community and residents containing information on what is happening in the District. 

Media Requests and Emergency Communication

Media Requests

All media requests to interview, videotape, or photograph Oak Grove School District Staff, Students, or Board Members should be made through the Superintendent's Office at (408) 227-8300 or email


Media on School Grounds: Before visiting a school campus, the Media should contact the Superintendent's Office. Media must remain on the public sidewalks and may not videotape or photograph any students/staff on campus unless arranged through the Superintendent's Office. When approved to videotape, photograph, or interview students and/or staff, a district representative will accompany the media to minimize disruption and assist with any additional requests. 


Student Media Release: Federal and state law allow students and parents to opt out of the release of certain information about students, including photographs. The district works with each school to determine who has a photo/video release form on file and who cannot be photographed and interviewed. 


Emergency/Crisis Communication: We will work as quickly as possible to provide accurate information to the media. Our first priority is ensuring the safety and security of students and staff and communicating about the emergency with staff and parents/guardians. We then work to provide timely information to the media on the emergency and its impact on students and staff. In an emergency, media may be assigned to a designated location to ensure their safety and minimize disruption to emergency response efforts. In the event of an emergency after hours please contact 911, First Alarm at 831-662-7455 or 408 448-9739.