August 20, 2013
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Since the passing of Proposition H in June 2008, the Oceanside Unified School District has used funds from the $195 million bond measure to rebuild seven new schools, as well as refurbish the ...more
LCAP Forums, Survey and Draft Plan
The Oceanside Unified School District will host two Community Forums to gather input and provide information regarding the draft of the OUSD Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). Parents and community members may attend one or both meetings. Click OUSD LCAP Survey to provide input online.
Click OUSD and LCAP to view the district's LCAP/LCFF general information page. The district’s final LCAP must be approved on or before July 1, 2014.
Green Oceanside, OUSD Teaming up for Annual Contest
Environmentally conscientious students are invited to use their creative talents in this year’s City of Oceanside “Create to Educate” performance art contest. All students in grades 1-12 are eligible to creatively express through writing, song, video or art how our community can help improve and save the environment. Recycling, preserving natural resources, water conservation and renewable energy are some of the many areas for students to focus their entries. Click Create to Educate for contest rules and details. The City of Oceanside also encourages students, teachers and parents to take part in Earth Month 2014. Visit www.greenoceanside.org to learn more about activities and learning opportunities. For further information, contact Oceanside Environmental Specialist Jenna Roripaugh, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 760-435-5828.
Student registration for the 2014-2015 school year will be completed online. The district will be providing registration assistance at Mission Elementary School and Libby Elementary School on several dates over the coming months. See the flyers below for a complete list of dates and times.
Parent Informational Meeting for Math Common Core
Common Core Standards are here....now what?...what does that even mean? With all the changes taking place in regards to curriculum, pedagogy, and standards many are wanting to know what are the implications? More importantly, how can I support my child with their math? As a result the district has planned two opportunities to be exposed to common core math and ask the questions that many have wanted to know. I am hopeful you can make one of these two events:
Tuesday, February 25 @ King Middle School 6:00PM
Thursday, February 27 @ Lincoln Middle School 6:00PM
REMINDERS FOR KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST GRADE PARENTS
California State law state requires that all children entering first grade in a California public or private school have a comprehensive health examination or waiver completed within 18 months prior to or within 90 days after the first day of first grade. State law also requires that children have an oral health assessment (dental check-up) within 12 months prior to or by May 31 of their children’s first year in public school, whether through kindergarten or first grade. Please turn in the completed forms to the office.
Good health is vital to learning and check-ups ensure that children start school healthy and ready to learn. Families unable to pay for examinations for their children may be eligible to receive no-cost health checkups through the Child Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP) program. Families can learn more by calling 1-800-675-2229.
School of Choice and Interdistrict Transfer Options for 2014-15
Applications for School of Choice and requests for Interdistrict Transfer for the 2014-15 school year will be accepted beginning January 6. Please use the following links to carefully review the guidelines and deadlines for each option.
For further questions, please contact the OUSD Student Services Department at (760) 966-7802, or (760) 966-7849.
Common Core Parent Information
California is one of 45 states nationwide to adopt the new Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in English/Language Arts and mathematics. This shift in teaching has been characterized by some as “the most significant change to classroom instruction since 1998,” when California first adopted its own academic standards. Click the Common Core link above to learn more about the standards and how the Oceanside Unified School District is implementing Common Core in the classroom.
ALL STUDENTS WILL DEMONSTRATE THEIR THINKING,
BOTH VERBALLY AND IN WRITING,
TO SHOW UNDERSTANDING OF THEIR LEARNING.
Student Website Support
Parent and Students:
Please find links to ST Math and RAZ Kids under the Student Tab.
Kids First Initiative and the 8 Keys of Excellence
The OUSD Kids First initiative is off and running. Click Kids First to view the 8 Keys of Excellence, watch student videos and to learn more about this life-changing project and how you can get involved as a partner with the district.
OUSD Parent/Student Handbook Available Online
The 2013-2014 OUSD Student/Parent Handbook is now available online. A printable version can be obtained by clicking on the link below. A hard copy can be obtained at the ESS or at your student's school.
Stuart Mesa Elementary
100 Yamanaka Way
Office and Absence Line: 760-901-7700
Justin Kern Principal
Flu Prevention and Protection
Flu season typically peaks in January or February. Seasonal flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by flu viruses. It spreads between people and can cause mild to severe illness. Click English or Spanish for more information on dealing with the flu.
Check Out JiJi Math at Home
Get ready to solve simple and complex math problems and see JiJi make a move across the screen.
Stuart Mesa Student/Parent Handbook Available Online
The 2013-2014 Stuart Mesa Student/Parent Handbook is now available online. A printable version can be obtained by clicking on the link below.
Our Student Council
Pictured left to right, Mrs, Best , advisor, Ayessa Ordanez, Secretary, Tyrell Bellmon, Historian, DJ Washington ,President, and Edward Vasquez, Vice President.
The OUSD Student Wellness Policy focuses on nutrition and physical education.
Foods and beverages sold to students through the district’s child nutrition program, student stores, vending machines and fundraisers meet or exceed state and federal nutrition standards. Nutrition education is provided as a part of the district’s health education program.
Click "wellness" to learn more about healthy living!