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The following document is an addendum to the District Comprehensive Safety Plan. The District Comprehensive Safety Plan is the main body of the document. Each school has a site specific document that works in tandem with the District’s plan. The Comprehensive Safety Plan is designed to be utilized as a resource for prevention/mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery planning and training as well as for meeting the guidelines of the Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS), the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Title 1, Division 4, Chapter 8 Government Code.
Oak Grove School District is focused on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) for all students, staff, and families and has approved two recent resolutions: ESTABLISHING A DIVERSITY, EQUITY, INCLUSION AND BELONGING (DEIB) COMMITTEE and RESOLUTION: ESTABLISHING AN ETHNIC STUDIES ADOPTION COMMITTEE. Find out what these two committees are doing and the work they support along with our resolutions against white supremacy and racism. You can also find resources for Black Lives Matter and Black History Education.
Meals will be served Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9 school sites from 12pm - 1:30pm: Anderson, Baldwin, Christopher, Davis, Del Roble, Edenvale, Hayes, Parkview, and Stipe.
OGSD families can pick-up from any of the above school sites. Click to visit the CNS page with menu links, payment links and meal program applications.
Oak Grove School District will begin school on Wednesday, August 12th in a new Distance Learning model.
Oak Grove School District is requesting that the parent and/or guardian of each student complete the Education Benefit Form. Only 1 per household is required. Please complete by December 31st.
The information provided will be kept confidential and it will not be shared with any outside agencies.
This income information will strictly be used by the district to apply for services, grants, programs and/or special funding that is offered by several Local, State and Federal programs that will benefit the student and schools. Our district is proud of its diversity and ability to assist and serve the students of this with a variety of programs and services. The following is an example of items or services the funds will pay for:
Special Ed Programs
Special training and projects
Computers, Laptops, Hot Spot devices
Books and Classroom Supplies
Solar Panel and Energy Services
Construction and Maintenance Projects
Literacy and Enrichment Services
We are gathering input from parents on returning to in-person instruction.