The Oxnard Union High School District vision is one of high expectations and powerful futures for every student
To provide equitable supports, opportunities for success and access to endless post-secondary options for every student
- Prepare students for College and Career readiness, ensuring that every student is challenged to successfully access rigorous curricula and 21st Century learning strategies that lead to tangible post-secondary outcomes. This is to be accomplished through the effective implementation of the following procedures:
- Emphasize teaching such 21st Century skills as communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking across the curriculum, which supports the achievement of college-level rigor and career readiness, and which will be assessed by such measures as the PSAT, SAT, CAASPP and other college and career-readiness assessments;
- Increase UC/CSU a-g completion rates at each school site, focusing on the achievement of English learners, students with disabilities, students of poverty and foster/homeless youth;
- Increase the percentage of students receiving college credit through the Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate programs;
- Continue ongoing articulation with colleges, universities and our partner school districts, including the sharing of student achievement data.
- Ensure the equitable achievement of 21st Century skills through the provision of individual devices (Chromebooks) and wifi hotspots to every student and effective integration of technology into the curricula as a tool for teaching.
- Ensure the successful implementation of graduation requirements, the District will implement and evaluate effective interventions and support procedures to help all students successfully complete the UC/CSU a-g requirements and access Career Pathway and Academy coursework.
- Provide access to mental health supports to promote the social-emotional wellness of every student
- Provide targeted, effective support for English Learners, students with disabilities, foster youth, and low-income students in order to close the achievement gap to meet high expectations.
- Emphasize teaching literacy (reading and writing) in every classroom to support our English learners in increasing their language proficiency and to improve their reclassification rates, with a strong focus on content-specific academic vocabulary — especially in
- Continue to build teacher and administrator leadership capacity leading to trusting relationships and organizational
- Implement plans to systematically address enrollment growth and overcrowding, including building a new Oxnard-area high school, consideration of boundary changes, and the effective implementation of the inter/intra-district transfer
- Maintain facilities and infrastructures that support a safe school and provide a positive learning environment and equitable learning conditions for all students through the implementation of the Measure A School Bond.
- Provide the community with regular updates on the progress of Measure A projects through local media outlets