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Going to school is important to me because...

 

June Attendance Message:

 

 

My favorite teacher...

Research shows that the connection between student and teacher is the single biggest factor related to student engagement, achievement, and success!

Mi profesor favorito...

La investigación muestra que la conexión entre el alumno y el maestro es el factor más importante relacionado con la participación, el rendimiento y el éxito de los alumnus.

 

OUESD IS A SAFE HAVEN SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Board of Trustees adopted Resolution No. 2016-17/24 declaring the Oakley Union Elementary School District as a Safe Haven School District for students and families. This resolution is intended to serve as a reaffirmation that our District takes the safety and well-being of all students seriously. You can view the Resolution by clicking HERE.

 

La Mesa Directiva recientemente aprobó la Resolución No. 2016-17/24 declarando que el Distrito de las Escuelas Primarias de la Unión de Oakley sería un Distrito de Refugio Seguro para los estudiantes y familias.  Esta resolución está previsto para cumplir como una reafirmación que nuestro Distrito toma la seguridad y buen estado de todos los estudiantes seriamente.  Puede ver la Resolución haciendo clic AQUÍ.

 

Welcome to Almond Grove Elementary School

almond grove logo.jpgAt Almond Grove Elementary School, learning is a process that extends to everyone in our community, including students, staff and parents. We have a caring school community where all children and adults feel welcome, respected and are an important component of our school. We work hard to ensure that all students reach their potential by maintaining high expectations and setting high standards to promote academic excellence. Implementation of Common Core State Standards is focusing on preparing students for college and career readiness. Our school is designed to foster a positive school climate based on a caring school community that values diversity and nurtures self-esteem.


 


 

* WALK THRU 2018/19 *


 

School Safety Reminder 

School safety is our top priority. Please help us ensure our drop off loop moves safely and efficiently by doing the following:

  • Do not park in the drop off loop
  • Pull as far forward as you can when dropping off students

    (Do not stop by the gate)

  • Drive slowly and cautiously through the lot

The loop is now painted red. We are working closely with the Oakley Police Department to improve student safety. If you park in the red zone, an Oakley Police Department Officer may issue you a ticket.

 

Thank you for your cooperation to ensure student safety at Almond Grove.

 

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Contact Information

Almond Grove Elementary School

5000 Amaryllis Street

Oakley, CA 94561

PHONE 925-625-6720

FAX 925-625-6719

TDY / TTY

925-625-6580

District Office: 
91 Mercedes Lane
Oakley, CA 94561



 

IMPORTANT DATES:

 

 

 

6/1 – Special Awards Assembly TK,

Kinder 8:45, 3-5th 9:30, 1st, 2nd, 2/3 combo 10:20

6/5 – Field Day 9-11:30am

6/5 – Perfect Attendance Class Party12-2:30

6/7 – Beach Day

6/7 – Kindergarten Celebration 8:45 Cargo, Schweller

9:30 Gardiner, Gaul

6/7 – Last Day of School

 

 

Yearbooks are on sale for $20.00, cash only while supplies last!

 

Free Summer Lunch and Learn Program

  The free Summer Lunch and Learn Program will return this summer. All children and teens, ages 2 to 18, may attend and receive a free lunch as well as participate in daily activities (art, crafts, games and guest speakers). Children under 5 need to be accompanied by an adult. The program will run Monday through Friday beginning Wednesday, June 13th and run until July 13th (excluding July 4th, 5th, & 6th).

Locations for Lunch and Learn will be:

 

Iron House Elementary, 4801 Frank Hengel Way
11:30am – 12:00pm Lunch
12:00pm – 12:45pm Activities, Crafts, and Games

 

Bethel Island Scout Hall, 3090 Ranch Lane, Bethel Island 11:30am – 12:00pm Lunch
12:00pm – 12:45pm Activities, Crafts, and Games

 

Oakley Elementary, 501 Norcross Lane
11:45am – 12:15pm Lunch
12:30pm – 1:15pm Activities, Crafts, and Games

 

 

Vintage Parkway Elementary, 1000 Vintage Parkway
11:45am – 12:15pm Lunch
12:15pm – 1:00pm Activities, Crafts, and Games

 

     Contact Nutrition Services at 925-625-6852 or the Ed Center at 925-625-6369 with questions. The Summer Meal Programs are funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The USDA and the CDE are equal opportunity providers and employers. There are NO enrollment requirements, qualifications, or paperwork required to participate in the free lunch program.