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2017/2018 Intra-District Transfers
The district is currently accepting intra-district transfers for the 2017/2018 school year. The deadline to submit a transfer request is January 6, 2017. Click here to see which school your student will attend (and whether bus transportation is available) based on your home address.
21st Century High School After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSET’s) Grant
The Oroville Union High School District is partnering with the Boys and Girls Club of the North Valley to apply for an after school grant through the California Department of Education called the 21st Century High School After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSET’s). Public input is being sought. Click here for more information.
Letter from the Superintendent
The Oroville Union High School District prides itself on offering a quality high school education to the students of Oroville. Over the past five years, we have seen new curricular standards, a new assessment system and a new funding system. Change in everything we do as a school system has become the new norm.
As a school district, we are required to develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) that is revised annually. We look at the needs of our students, the services we provide to our students, and then tweak our plan based on input from staff, parents, students and community members. Click here to view our current LCAP.
The California State Board of Education is developing an accountability system that will be used to evaluate how schools are performing in the future. Schools will be judged on criteria that includes: access to basic supports (good facilities, qualified teachers, and instructional materials), access to courses, graduation rates, regular school attendance, Career and Technical Education pathway participation, A-G course completion and the performance of our English Language students. OUHSD will then receive a color coded score sheet that will show our performance in all of those areas. The five colors are blue, green, yellow, orange and red. The goal of a school district is to receive blues and greens in all areas. OUHSD should have a copy of our “report card” in late November. We will share that document with the community on the OUHSD website (www.ouhsd.org).
As we work together to make the high schools in the Oroville Union High School District great places for kids to learn, please do not hesitate to contact me by telephone at (530) 538-2300, extension 1107, or by email at email@example.com if you have questions, concerns and/or comments that I can assist you with.
Dr. Corey Willenberg