#OaklandUndivided is a citywide initiative to support Oakland public school students with home technology access. Families can fill out the Oakland Undivided Tech Check Survey to apply for a wifi hotspot and Chromebook.
Need Tech support for your Oakland Undivided Device? Call 510-866-2260 or visit 2530 International Blvd, Oakland, Wed 12-5pm, Sat 10-3pm (no appointment necessary)
During the Covid-related closures, our Nutrition Services Department will open 12 schools throughout the city where "Grab and Go" breakfast and lunch meals will be available for our students. To support families that cannot go to our food hubs, families can sign up for weekly delivery of OUSD meals.
Early Exit Bilingual Program
This program uses students' home language to support English language acquisition, with full transition to English-only instruction by third grade. It's designed for early elementary English language learners who are dominant in their home language.
Kinder to College (K2C) Savings Account
Known as the Kinder to College (K2C) savings account, every kindergarten student at a public school can receive an early college scholarship with $100 already funded. It can be used at 2- and 4-year educational institutions.
Learn more and sign up here.
After School Programs
Girls Inc. of Alameda County has been serving the Bay Area for over 60 years with a mission to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. At La Escuelita we work toward this mission by providing an after school program to boys and girls in all grades.
Academic Engagement: Literacy, STEM, Basic Career Exploration, Homework Support
Healthy Living: Nutrition, Sports, Preadolescent Health
Leadership Development: Confidence, Relationships with Peers and Adults, Positive Self and Community Images, Positive Risk-Taking
Boys’ Programming: Due to the outstanding results of our literacy programming, Girls Inc. was asked by some partner schools to serve boys, too, so all students can reach grade-level reading. We do so in same-gender settings. We also partner with Brothers on the Rise to provide programming specific to the needs of Middle School boys.
The program is FREE and is every day after school until 6pm.