2014/2015 OPS Parent / Student Information Booklet
Orchard Park, in a partnership with home and community, is committed to preparing students to take responsibility for themselves and their own learning. Our mission is to develop the whole child; shaping respectful citizens with a foundation in good character, communication, problem-solving, and basic skills, while instilling self-esteem and a lifelong love of learning in a diverse world.
Our responsibility is to prepare every student for success in college, career, and life.
School Accountability Report Card (SARC)
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No Bully Zone
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Orchard Park School - You are in Coyote Country
WELCOME TO ORCHARD PARK SCHOOL
Orchard Park School is a neighborhood school offering a strong academic program at all grades, plus enrichment to enhance each student's education. We have remedial and gifted programs, bilingual assistance, special education, and teachers qualified to individualize programs to students' needs. Orchard Park is a caring school with a firm and positive discipline policy, a desire to have community involvement, and a feeling that education is a home/school partnership.
All parents are encouraged to take an active role in our school by participating in the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and School Site Council, as well as classroom and school-wide activities. Your ideas, talents, and time are greatly appreciated and will help strengthen Orchard Park’s ability to educate your children.
Orchard Park School
5150 Live Oak Ave.
Oakley, CA 94561
925.779-7446 - Fax
Didi Del Chiaro, Principal
Julie Cross, Administrative Assistant
2014 - 2015 School Uniform Policy
New Elementary Standards Based Report Card
This school year our district has adopted a new standards based report card for Kindergarten through 5th Grades. In the coming weeks, a parent information booklet will be sent home explaining the new report card and how student achievement will be report to parents. Until parents receive their booklet, a copy of each grade level’s information can be viewed using the links below.