To provide a safe, caring learning environment where students achieve the academic, aesthetic, personal, and social development required to continue learning, pursue post-secondary education, compete in a changing job market, and participate in a multicultural, democratic society.
ASSETs After School Activities
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Oak Grove is focused on increasing student programs that promote academic success in all subject areas. This includes establishing an after school student center in the library which provides opportunities for one to one and group tutoring as well as a place for students to complete their homework. In addition, we are offering extracurricular activities after school such as weight training, body sculpting, jujitsu and open gym for various intramural sports to support the whole student (see Quick Links for a list of activities). Funding for these programs comes to Oak Grove via a grant through the Department of Education called 21st Century ASSETs. Last year, our school partnered with Goodwill Industries to apply for this grant, which awarded our school $250,000 per year for five years. Please watch the video above to see some of the programs in action.
Impaired Driving Prevention Video Contest
Dear Community Partner, Traffic Safe Communities Network (TSCN), is pleased to announce its second annual Impaired Driving Prevention Video Contest. TSCN is looking for young people in Santa Clara County 13-18 years to create 30-6... Continue
Common Core Parent Meetings
The district invites parents and community members to attend one of three informational meetings that will provide answers to these essential questions. What is Common Core? What are schools doing to transition to Common Core? What does ... Continue
FINAL EXAM WEEK (Special Schedule)
Regular bell schedule (No collaboration)
Regular bell schedule
Using your mouse, hover the arrow over a day on the calendar to view the day's events. Click on the month to see all upcoming activities.
Oak Grove Youth Football (Stadium: every Sunday)
Please contact Mr. Ed Buller (408-347-6613) with questions or concerns