Information Relating to the Bond Issue on the November 4, 2014 ballot - Measure J
If you have any questions concerning Measure J, please feel free to call or e-mail Hank Bangser, Superintendent of Schools (640-4300 x 1011; firstname.lastname@example.org).
9-12-14 Ojai Valley News - Measure J Article
10-6-14 STAR - Voters to decide on $35M Ojai school bond
10-10-14 Ojai Valley News - Measure J
Survey of Registered Voters - March 11, 2014
Presentacion Educativos - Medida J
Frequently Asked Questions - Measure J
Preguntas Y Respuestas - Medida J
Comparison Among Ventura County K-12 School District 2013-14 Tax Rates
Board Resolution - Measure J
Abbreviated Ballot Text - Measure J
Forma abreviada - Medida de boleta
Full Ballot Text - Measure J
Detailed Description of Bond Issue - May 30, 2014
Impartial Analysis by County Counsel - Measure J
Argument in Favor of Measure J
(Note: no Argument was filed with the County in opposition to Measure J.)
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Common Core Parent Guide K-8
Q SIS (formerly Zangle)
Q SIS (formerly Zangle) is the Ojai Unified School District’s student data information system. ParentConnection is a web-based application giving parent’s secured access to view their child’s information on-line. Parents will have access to various information such as report cards, progress reports, class assignments, testing results, attendance, student schedules and classroom news, when available. Q SIS ParentConnection can provide parents with another means for connecting with their child’s education.
Click here for more information and registration instructions.
Preschool opportunity for children three to fiveOjai Unified School District announces the opening of A Place to Grow Child Development Center. This preschool (ages three to five) provides educational services for special needs and general education children in a nurturing but stimulating environment. Click here for more information.