Teaching and learning in a climate of care is at the heart of the Oak Park Unified School District. At all grade levels, teachers aim to provide instruction that meets the individual needs of students while also upholding a high level of academic achievement. This site provides an overview of the Oak Park curriculum, materials, and academic standards.
Oak Park Unified School District has partnered with Paper to provide unlimited access to trained tutors so secondary students can ask questions, work through problems, and grow their confidence—at no cost to families.
Paper is an online, on-demand tutoring service that provides students with unlimited, 24/7 academic support. Whether they’re stuck on homework, studying for a test, or need someone to read and make suggestions to their writing, there will always be experts available online to assist students one-on-one in all subject areas and in more than 4 languages. See Paper FAQs to learn more.
Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS) is a progression of targeted interventions to ensure all students excel behaviorally, academically, and social-emotionally. OPUSD uses Illuminate Education's Fastbridge platform to universally screen students in grades K-8 three times a year in Math and Reading. A team of educators and paraprofessionals review the screening data, along with classroom data, to identify students needing additional math and/or reading support. Our Interventionists provide evidence-based interventions in 6-8 week cycles. Student progress is monitored throughout the intervention periods and students are re-screened during the next screening window.
New for 2022-23 School Year
Elementary - NEW Science Adoption
FOSS gives students the opportunity to think and act like scientists and engineers. UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science developed FOSS® Next Generation™ for California to honor the letter and spirit of NGSS. FOSS presents science the way students learn it, as they explore phenomena firsthand on a journey toward mastering the three dimensions of the Framework. ThinkLink is FOSS's online platform and can be accessed via Clever.
Middle & High School - OPUSD Stylebook (English Language Arts)
The stylebook is a project that came out of last summer's OPUSD English Teacher Symposium. The idea was to create a formal MLA writing resource for students, parents, and teachers from across the district. This website is a living document where teachers can curate helpful writing information/tools and review updates in MLA style. English teachers from all OPUSD secondary campuses were involved in its planning and creation.