MISSION STATEMENT

OUSD will build a full service community school district focused on high academic achievement while serving the whole child, eliminating inequity, and providing each child with excellent teachers every day.

VISION STATEMENT

All OUSD students will find joy in their academic experience while graduating with the skills to ensure they are caring, competent, fully-informed, critical thinkers who are prepared for college, career, and community success.

DISTRICT DEMOGRAPHICS

District/SchoolGrade Span# of SchoolsTypeSchool SizeDistrict SizeCountyGeo Lead
Oakland Unified School District

Frick United Academy Of Language
K-12

6-8
11649,245AlamedaAlameda

County: Alameda

Grades Served: K-12

Number of Schools: 116

  • African American – 21.7%
  • American Indian – 0.2%
  • Asian – 11.5%
  • Filipino – 0.8%
  • Hispanic – 47.8%
  • Pacific Islander – 0.8%
  • White – 9.8%
  • Two or More Races – 5.1%

Oakland USD's Community Engagement Problem of Practice

Presentation Materials

View the CEI Presentation in ENGLISH
View the CEI Presentation in SPANISH

EQUITY CONCERN

Need stronger practices for engagement/partnership with the African American Community and our growing Mam speaking community

STRATEGY

Our goal is to continue to keep students and families at center by leveraging relationships, during COVID, and beyond. Our Family Navigator program was launched during COVID and has proven to be key in linking families to need services, information, and resources.