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I contribute a lot to my class!

  • Absences can affect the whole classroom if the teacher has to slow down learning to help children catch up.
  • Too many absent students can affect the whole classroom, creating commotion and slowing down instruction.


¡Yo contribuyo mucho a mi clase!


   Las ausencias pueden afectar a todo el salón de clase si la maestra tiene que reducir la velocidad de aprendizaje para ayudar a los niños a ponerse al día.

   Demasiados estudiantes ausentes pueden afectar todo el salón de clases, creando conmoción y reduciendo el aprendizaje e instrucción.



With the new fad of the spin fidgets comes challenges.  These particular fidgets are becoming difficult to get and those who are lucky enough to get them want to show off at school.  As a result, students are playing with them during instructional time or they are being stolen.  The only fidgets that are allowed at school are the ones that are provided in the sensory tub or ones teachers have issued to students.                                                            

STEM and STEAM in Oakley Library




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Welcome to Oakley Elementary


 Oakley Tigers                        

Our Mission Statement

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.


Amazon Smile Account

We now have an Amazon smile account! Parents and teachers please use this link to do your Amazon shopping.

When you shop at AmazonSmile, Amazon will donate to Oakley Elementary PTA. Support us every time you shop.

PTA Board and Meetings

Meet our PTA board this year:

Leah Brown – President

Leona Woodsworth - Treasurer

Amory Gutierrez – Secretary

Nicole Roman – Historian

Meetings will take place in the library the second Thursday of each month at 3:30pm, except in October when it will be held the third Thursday due to fall break.  The dates are as follows:

December 14th

January 11th

February 8th

March 8th

April 12th

May 10th

If there are any changes we will post them as soon as possible.



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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.


Contact Us


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

Attendance:     925-625-7050

Library:            925-625-7057

District Office:  925-625-0700

Transportation: 925-634-2700

TTY Dedicated Phone Line: 925-625-6580



District Office: 
91 Mercedes Lane
Oakley, CA 94561



Measure W Bond Updates:  Want information on our Measure W bond?!?!  You can get it by visiting the following webpage on our District’s website!!!

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.




Today: 1/20/18

Box Tops For Education


Please bring in your boxtops! Your class could win a party! All proceeds go to Oakley School.