District Announcements
Alleged Threat Made on Social Media
OUHSD administration is aware of the alleged threat that has been posted on social media.  We have been cooperating with Oroville Police, Butte County Sheriff, and the Butte County Office of Education. 
A few moments ago, the Oroville Police Department announced the suspect has been taken into custody in Fresno.  However, due to the threat, Oroville Police and Butte County Sheriff have both committed to increase law enforcement presence on ALL Oroville school campuses tomorrow.
All OUHSD administration and staff are trained to follow our safety plan, which was written in cooperation with local law enforcement agencies. 
Our highest priority is the safety of our students and staff.  We will not do things to put either students or staff in harms way. As such, we believe it is safe to hold classes tomorrow.  If this changes, we will use both social media and the OUHSD website to make an announcement.
3rd Annual College Fair
The OUHSD 3rd Annual College Fair is being held on October 4th from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. in the Las Plumas High gym.  There will be 35 colleges in attendance.  All middle school and high school students and parents are invited to attend this free event.
Non-Discrimination in District Programs and Activities Policy
Click here to view the District's policy on non-discrimination in district programs and activities.
Letter from the Superintendent

August 22, 2017
The Oroville Union High School District has been working hard to create schools that the community can be proud of.  At both of our comprehensive high schools, we offer rigorous academics, competitive athletic teams, award winning arts and music programs, and excellent student clubs and activities.

Our alternative education program includes three schools, Prospect High School, Community Day School and Oroville Adult Education.  All three schools assist students to earn a high school diploma or equivalent and prepare their students to be college and career ready.

If your children already attend one of the OUHSD schools, thank you.  My staff and I appreciate you trusting us to educate your children.  If you are considering sending your child to another high school program, I would like to ask you to give us another look.  Please do not hesitate to contact the school principals or myself if you have questions or concerns about the high school programs in the Oroville Union High School District.

Back-to-School Nights at Las Plumas High, Oroville High and Prospect High are scheduled for Wednesday, September 6, 2017.   


Dr. Corey Willenberg