Oakland Unified School District President David Kakishiba, Vice President Jumoke Hinton Hodge, Superintendent Tony Smith and Alameda County Health Care Services Agency officials to join ribbon-cutting ceremony at OUSD’s newest school site
More than 900 students will be recognized at the event
$11.7 million investment will support expansion of school-based centers and youth-development programs throughout the city
Process to fill vacancy begins Friday, May 4 and concludes Friday, May 17.
Board Member Gary Yee, Ed.D., under consideration as potential replacement for current OUSD Superintendent Tony Smith
More than 1,800 Oakland Public School students will be recognized for academic excellence at Christ the Light Cathedral
Local heroes including Rickey Henderson, Joe Morgan, Gary Payton, Frank Robinson and Bill Russell honored in fundraiser for Oakland public high school sports programs.
Seventh grade English teacher at Frick Middle School shines as one of five California instructors named "Teachers of the Year and state's only nominee for the National Teacher of the Year competition.
Youth and Education Committee backs OUSD’s effort to enhance early childhood education through Transitional Kindergarten
Get college information at the Fourth Annual OUSD Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Fair to be heald at Laney Community College today.
KQED-sponsored Attend & Achieve Rally features actress Priscilla Diaz of PBS Kids’ “The Electric Company” and free school supplies for the first 1,000 registrants.
As of Tuesday, August 13, OUSD's enrollment offices will be based at 746 Grand Avenue, the site of the former Lakeview Elementary School Campus, across from the Grand Lake Theatre.
OUSD one of five U.S. school districts to receive money for summer programs; funds will support summer Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and enrichment programs at nine Oakland middle schools.
In embrace of Full-Service Community Schools ideals, OUSD's custodians find new ways to give of themselves in support of students.
Superintendent Tony Smith to address findings in the recently released Urban Strategies Report “A Deeper Look at African American Males in OUSD” and discuss measures to improve outcomes for black students.
Volunteer infants and parents in the Roots of Empathy program have taught students in 16 classrooms across Oakland as a part of the District’s social-emotional learning initiative.
Tenth Annual Jazz Fest and OUSD Spelling Bee bring together communities and demonstrate the range of students’ academic and artistic skills.
Facility will offer comprehensive student and family support including afterschool, academic, college prep, career development, parent engagement, leadership and health and wellness services.
London maintains office as President; Hinton Hodge continues as Vice-President.
OUSD school is Alameda County’s only Blue Ribbon School and one of just 3 Bay Area honorees