Dr. Duane Coleman, OUSD Superintendent
Hello, and welcome to the Oceanside Unified School District. As I begin my new journey leading OUSD, I am happy to reflect on the path that led to my recent appointment as Superintendent.
In 1979, I ...more
Video Profile of Superintendent Coleman's Vision for OUSD
New Superintendent Duane Coleman unveiled his vision for the OUSD, focusing on being "effective" and "efficient" in every aspect of the district. Superintendent Coleman presented his vision to the district's administrative team at a meeting prior to the start of the 2014-15 school year.
Click the video below to watch the superintendent lay the foundation of where he envisions the district moving during the next 10 years.
OUSD Vision Video -- Dr. Duane Coleman
Superintendent Attends First White House Summit
Congratulations to OUSD Superintendent Dr. Duane Coleman for being chosen as one of only 100 superintendents nationwide to take part in the first-ever National Connected Superintendents Summit at the White House in Washington, D.C. The summit was held Wednesday, November 19.
“This prestigious invite is an exceptional opportunity for our district to strengthen our efforts to enhance technology district-wide, while promoting critical 21st century learning skills,” said Dr. Coleman.
As part of the U.S. Department of Education’s “Future Ready Initiative,” honorees selected for the summit will be recognized for helping their districts foster a culture of collaboration/digital citizenship, empowering educators with professional learning opportunities, and accelerating progress toward universal access to quality technological devices.
Stedman Graham Pays Visit to Superintendent Coleman
Bestselling author, educator and speaker Stedman Graham made an appearance at the OUSD district office recently to meet with Superintendent Duane Coleman and other district officials to discuss the development of a future Education Week/Youth Summit. Representatives from Quantum Learning Network, an education partner of the district with strong ties to Graham, also attended the meeting.
Still in its planning stages, the one-week event is tentatively slated for January 2016. The focus of the summit is to help inspire widespread change for students and parents by fostering and strengthening the community bonds of local businesses, service organizations and the district.