April Attendance Message
Elementary School – Spring has sprung, school is fun. Be on time
¡Con la primavera, la escuela se vuelve más divertida y se pone mejor si llegas a tiempo!
Mrs. Merrill and Mrs. Minder-Maldonado
Congratulations to Mrs. Minder-Maldonado-Contra Costa County Teacher of the Year! We are so proud to have her at Oakley School!
STEM and STEAM in Oakley Library
Welcome to Oakley Elementary
Oakley Elementary School is a community of active learners where everyone experiences success. Learning is inspired and supported by staff, students, families and community. We are innovative and creative in preparing for the challenges of a changing world. Through encouragement and mutual respect, we challenge one another to become life-long learners.
New Child Safety Seat Law
Effective January 1, 2017, children under the age of 2 will be required to sit in a rear-facing car seat. This new rule will not apply to children under the age of 2, who weigh 40+ pounds or are 40+ inches tall.
For more information about this and other important child safety seat laws, please visit the CHP's website.
Google Suite (G Suite) Has Arrived at OUESD
To enhance learning and increase understanding of technology, OUESD is including Google Suite as one of our educational resources available to all students. Google Suite was selected for many ...more
Click here to check out Attendance Works website!
Attendance Works is a national and state initiative that promotes better policy and practice around school attendance. We promote tracking chronic absence data for each student beginning in kindergarten, or ideally earlier, and partnering with families and community agencies to intervene when poor attendance is a problem for students or schools.
Oakley Elementary School
501 Norcross Lane
Oakley, CA 94561
Mailing Address: 91 Mercedes Lane
Oakley, CA 94561
School Office: 925-625-7050
School Fax: 925-625-7068
District Office: 925-625-0700
TTY Dedicated Phone Line: 925-625-6580
Good Attendance Equals a Good Reader!
Research proves that students who are chronically absent in Kindergarten and 1st Grade
are far less likely to read proficiently by 3rd grade, Every Day Counts.
Congratulations to Mrs. Schlotman-Oakley Teacher of the Year