Oakland Unified School District
On April 1, 2020, OUSD Superintendent Johnson-Trammell announced that OUSD schools would be closed to in-person instruction through the end of the 2019-20 school year.
Our students and staff will continue our continuity of education plans for the remainder of the school year and we will continue to improve how we serve our students during this time.
**Free grab and go meals will continue to be available for students to pick-up on Mondays and Thursdays.**
The sites listed below will be open on Mondays and Thursdays from 8:00am to 12:00pm. Multiple days worth of food can be picked up to take home.
- Northwest/West Oakland: Sankofa Elementary, West Oakland Middle School and Hoover Elementary
- Central Oakland: Oakland High School and Garfield Elementary
- East Oakland: Bret Harte Middle School, Life Academy/United for Success, Coliseum College Preparatory Academy, Madison Park Upper, Fremont High School, Castlemont High School and Elmhurst United Middle School
Please note that food is “grab & go” and that campuses will not be open for dining. Food is available to any OUSD student or family or child under 18, free of charge.
Please bring a grocery bag or cooler to bring food home for the week.
District 4 Private Schools
Superintendent Maya Woods-Cadiz annouced all AIMS K-12 College Prep Charter District schools must suspend in-person instruction for the remainder of this academic year.
Growing Light Montessori School- Oakland
GLMS has provided parents some resources and information for home schooling, daily routines, and ways to keep children engaged.
Head Royce will now extend their Distance Learning Plan until Friday, May 1, with the hope of returning to campus on Monday, May 4.
Bay Area SCHOOLS TO REMAIN CLOSED through May 1, 2020
In order to flatten the curve of COVID-19 and protect the health of all Bay Area residents, 7 counties, including Alameda, have extended school closures until May 1st.
I believe that this was the right decision and am proud that our elected representatives for education have come to this decision during this pandemic. I realize that this adds stress to many people’s day to day lives and their children, but these closures are necessary during this pandemic to flatten the curve.
Read the full press release from the Alameda County Office of Education here.
California Deparment of Education
- CDE COVID-19 General News and Updates
- College Admissions, Grading, and Grad Requirement
- COVID-19 Guidance for K-12 Schools
- Getting Internet Access: Available Plans