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The Professional Growth System (PGS) is Oceanside's evaluation system for certificated personnel.  This includes classroom teachers, nurses, counselors, school psychologists, and speech and language pathologists.  

Please view this video for a quick overview of the PGS process: PGS Overview

2019 - 2020 PGS Handbook 

All necessary forms can be found here:  Evaluatee Forms 

These forms are accessible to Oceanside employees through their work email accounts.  To login with your work email go to

About Certificated Personnel

Certificated Human Resources

Welcome to the Certificated Human Resource Department website. As a department, we take great pride in assisting you.


Vicki Barnett, Administrative Secretary, handles general HR questions. Vicki can be reached (760) 966-4033.


Isabel Garduno, Credential Technician, handles all questions regarding credentials, current administrators, and assignment/credential monitoring. Isabel can be reached at (760) 966-4046.


Julie Talbot, Human Resource Technician, handles employees/prospective employees with last names beginning with A-F, school coaches. Julie can be reached at (760) 966-4019.


Ashley Nicosia, Human Resource Technician, handles employees/prospective employees with last names beginning with G-N, substitutes/prospective substitutes. Ashley can be reached at (760) 966-4027.


Clarice Rousal, Human Resource Technician, handles employees/prospective employees with last names beginning with O-Z and Leaves. Clarice can be reached at (760) 966-4023.


Please feel free to contact us with any questions or needs you may have. All job postings, including substitute recruitments, are done through

OUSD A Great Place to Work

Why is the Oceanside Unified School District an Ideal Workplace?
The Oceanside Unified School District is one of San Diego County’s most dynamic school systems. There is a strong focus on students and the development of exemplary instructional programs.

As a teacher in the District, you will join a team of dedicated educators who serve over 18,500 children in 16 elementary schools, four middle schools, two comprehensive high schools, and two small alternative education programs. Three of our elementary schools are on Camp Pendleton.

The District’s student population is diverse, with a student body that represents Hispanic, Caucasian, African-American, Pacific Islander, Asian, and Native American populations. About half of our students participate in free or reduced lunch programs and about one-fifth are English-language learners.

City of Oceanside is located in the highly desirable North County region of San Diego County. Residents enjoy ideal weather, the proximity to beaches and access to the nearby city of San Diego and Orange County.

An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
Oceanside Unified School District is a Tobacco-free District

The conditions of employment in this school district, including the wages, hours, terms, and benefits, shall be applied without regard to race, religious creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, ancestry, national origin, age, marital status, or physical or medical condition unless barred for a bona fide occupational qualification. Thereby, the governing board seeks to extend the advantage of public education with full equality or educational opportunity to all pupils and personnel.

Job Descriptions

Substitute Information

Please check www.Edjoin.Org for Substitute recruitment posting.


Certificated Salary Schedules