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Free Resources for Assistance and Tutoring:

 

Brainfuse from the CA State Library offers tutoring and a variety of other study resources to students of all ages. https://www.brainfuse.com/highed/helpNow.asp?a_id=CB8A57CC

 

School House World from Khan Academy offers peer tutors for a number of different subjects from pre-algebra to the sciences. Best for secondary students. https://schoolhouse.world/

 

Khan Academy also offers practice and help with many subject areas including reading for the earliest grades and math for all the grades. https://www.khanacademy.org

 

Check out CK-12 to access help in dozens of subject areas ranging from math to science to social studies and more! https://www.ck12.org/student/

 

 

 

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The Parent Involvement and Family Engagement Survey closes on Thursday, March 28th at 4:00pm!

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Read the SBAC information Letters from OJUSD

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We are hiring! Check out our employment opportunities!

 

 

Read about the OJUSD Student and Staff Achievements 
from 2022-2023 School Year!

 

VISION: TEACH, LEARN, EVERY DAY, NO EXCUSES!

MISSION

All OJUSD staff and students strive for improvement and excellence every day.

CORE VALUES

We believe all students and staff should . . .

  • Achieve Excellence in All School Endeavors
  • Lead Courageously
  • Enact Justice on Behalf of Others
  • Accept Responsibility for Their Actions
  • Maintain Safe Schools and Positive Learning Environments for All

STUDENT GOALS

Every student will . . .

  • Demonstrate academic growth as measured by the local Common Formative Assessment System and CAASPP (California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress).
  • Improve his/her academic performance each year.
  • Be able to read at or above grade level.
  • Demonstrate K-8 math fluency and proficiency in critical areas of focus to prepare students for increased rigor of Integrated Common Core Math in high school.
  • Identify a career interest and develop an action plan for pursuing that career by the end of the 8th grade.
  • Meet the District's rigorous and relevant standards for graduation.

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