Oak Grove is committed to involving parents in the educational process. Numerous opportunities are available for parents to become active participants at the school site. We encourage and welcome you to participate in one or more of the following committees:
African American Parent Association (AAPA): A committee of parents who advocate for and support the African American community at Oak Grove on matters pertaining to the learning environment and the educational needs of students. The Association supports and sponsors projects and initiatives to support the school’s Black Student Union (BSU).
Athletic Boosters (OGAB): A non-profit organization consisting of a group of volunteers whose mission is to support and provide assistance to all athletes and coaches at Oak Grove High School. We encourage student, parent, and community participation in the OGHS Athletic Programs. Our group meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 8 PM in the Administration Conference Room. Please contact our Booster President for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Band Boosters: A non-profit organization whose purpose is to assist the music department of Oak Grove High School by raising funds not provided by the East Side Union High School District and providing general support to said music department for the benefit of all students involved in the Band or Colorguard Programs. Contact the Booster secretary for meeting dates and times (email@example.com).
Comité de Padres Latinos (CPL): The purpose of this committee is to support and advocate for the Latino community at Oak Grove in matters related to the learning environment and the educational needs of students. This committee meets one Wednesday a month in the school library, refer to the calendar on the school website for details.
Parent Community Organization (PCO): This committee is dedicated to bringing together parents, educators, students and the community to support school activities and address educational issues. This committee meets at 7:00 PM on the first Tuesday of every month in the Administration Conference Room.
School Site Council (SSC): A committee of teachers, counselors, parents, students and administrators who are responsible for planning and sustaining the school’s Single Plan for Student Achievement and the School Safety Plan per SB 187. This committee meets on the second Wednesday of October, November, January, February and March at 4:00 in the Administrative Conference Room.