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Virtual Parent, Guardian, and Caregiver Academy

OUSD is proud to announce the next workshop in our ongoing Virtual Family Academy series, Building Positive Relationships at Home on Wednesday, March 24th from 6-7 pm.   Join the OUSD elementary school counselors as they present strategies on how adults can support sibling relationships, conflict resolution between siblings, and managing multiple at-home learners.  This meeting is open to all parents, guardians, grandparents, and other caregivers. 

If you missed any of the previous Parent Academy workshops on AeriesBlackboard & Rapid IDSeeSawGoogle ClassroomApexBenchmark/GoMathiReadyOnline Resources and Virtual Supports,  Behavioral Support Strategies for Virtual Learning, or Digital Citizenship,  you can watch recordings of the sessions on our OUSD YouTube channel

Parents Learning to be better parents with Dr. Beatriz Villarreal

Parents Learning to be Better Parents” is an 8 week skills-building program that helps face the difficult task of raising loving and responsible youngsters. The program is culturally sensitive and specifically focuses on the challenges facing parents today, like drugs, gangs, communication, self-esteem, violence, and discipline.  The workshop runs from 5:30-7:30pm beginning April 1 and runs through May 27 (no class the week of April 8th).  

This virtual workshop will be presented in Spanish, with English interpretation available.  All OUSD parents, guardians, and caregivers welcome!  For more information, contact your local School Community Advisor.

TASK For Parents of Students with Disabilities

Oceanside Unified School District is pleased to announce a new partnership with TASK.  TASK is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to educate and empower children with disabilities, their families, and the professionals who serve them navigate special education, disability services, and assistive technology.  Services and information provided by TASK include: Early Intervention and Transition Services; Basic Rights and Responsibilities; Assessment Process; Navigating IEPs; Section 504 Accommodations; and resources and referrals to agencies that support families with children who have disabilities.

Family Support Specialists from TASK are available for one-on-one consultations with families. To learn more about TASK services or to schedule a consultation, please call 714-533-8275.

ENglish as a Second Language 

MiraCosta College offers free English as a Second Language classes through MCC Community Learning Center.

* Hay clases gratis de Inglés como Segundo Idioma de la universidad MiraCosta College a través del Community Learning Center de MiraCosta en Oceanside.