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Superintendent's Updates

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October 2016

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Complete wording of the following notices are available on the District’s website.  In addition, hard copies are available in the District Office and in the school’s front office. 

  • Nondiscrimination and Grievance and Complaint Policy Notice
  • Alternate Format Notice
  • Physical Accommodations Notice
  • Emergency Evacuation Notice
  • Transportation Notice
  • Statement of Accommodations Notice

For information, concerns, or questions regarding the District’s Americans with Disabilities (ADA) policies and procedures, please email the ADA Coordinator at adacoordinator@ouesd.k12.ca.us.

Welcome to the Oakley Union Elementary School District

Congratulations Mrs. Minder-Maldonado on being chosen the Contra Costa County Teacher of the Year!  Your OUESD family is so proud of you!

Immunization Requirements Change beginning January 1, 2016

 

The Governor signed Senate Bill 277 which removed the personal belief exemption (PBE) from school immunization requirements.  This means that beginning January 1, 2016, the Oakley Union Elementary School District will no longer accept PBE forms for children entering preschool, kindergarten and 7th grade.  A personal belief exemption submitted prior to January 1, 2016 will remain valid until the student enters kindergarten, transitional kindergarten or 7th grade.  Please click HERE for more information.

 
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Health Care for All Families

The California Department of Education wants to help families make sure they have access to health coverage.  To that end, they created a partnership with Covered California, the Children's Partnership ALL IN for Health and the California Coverage and Health Initiatives agency to help schools provide information about health care options.  Please click HERE for more information.  Additionally, you can visit www.allinforhealth.org.

 

El Departamento de Educación de California quiere ayudar a las familias asegurarse que tengan acceso a cobertura médica.  Para este fin, han creado una colaboración con Covered California, la Colaboración de Niños TODOS ADENTRO para Salud y la agencia de Cobertura para California e Iniciativos de Salud para ayudar a las escuelas proveer información sobre opciones de cuidado médica.  Por favor de hacer clic AQUÍ para más información.  Adicionalmente, puede visitar www.allinforhealth.org.

 

When to Keep your Child Home from School

It is sometimes difficult to decide when and how long to keep an ill child home from school. The attached guidelines represent some of the common childhood illnesses and symptoms. A good rule of thumb is that if your child is suffering from any illness that prevents them from feeling well enough to participate in the usual activities and routines, they should not be sent to school.

 

Enterovirus-D68

Many parents may have questions and concerns about Enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68), the respiratory illness affecting children across the country.  Click HERE for information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding Enterovirus-D68.  We are providing this information as a resource; we do not have any knowledge of any Oakley Union Elementary School District students who have tested positive for the Enterovirus-D68.

Cuando No Mandar a su Hijo/a a la Escuela

A veces es difícil decidir cuándo y cuánto tiempo debes de mantener a tu hijo/a enferma en la casa de la escuela.  Las indicaciones adjuntas representan algunas de la enfermedades más comunes y sus síntomas.  Una buena regla es si su hijo/a está sufriendo de cualquier enfermedad que los impide de sentirse los suficiente bien para participar en las actividades y rutinas de al diario, no los deberán mandar a la escuela.

 

El Enterovirus-D68

Muchos padres podrán tener preguntas y preocupaciones sobre el Enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68), la enfermedad respiratoria afectando a muchos niños a través de la nación.  Haga clic AQUÍ para más información de los Centros del Control y Prevención de Enfermedades sobre el Enterovirus-D68.  Estamos proveyendo información como un recurso; no tenemos ningún conocimiento de que un estudiante del Distrito de las Escuelas de Primarias dela Unión de Oakley ha tenido prueba positiva para el Enterovirus-D68.