- New to the District? Start here.
- Transcripts, School Records & Yearbooks
- Preschool (age 3-5)
- Transitional Kindergarten & Kindergarten (age 5-6)
- Employment Opportunities
- Student Teaching / Student Observation / Internships
- Special Education
- Alternative Education & Career Technical Education
- Homeless Education
- Have a question? Contact us.
- If you are new to Orange Unified School District, please use the School Site Locator to determine your OUSD "home" school.
- To enroll in a school other than your home school, you will need to enroll via Open Enrollment.
- To enroll in an OUSD school if you live in another school district, please submit an Inter-District Transfer.
- For additional information regarding Open Enrollment or Inter-District Transfer requests, contact Student & Community Services at (714) 628‐5424.
If you attended a school in the Orange Unified School District, then we have your records. Please keep in mind that students will be provided only unofficial copies. Official copies will be sent with an official seal to colleges, universities, companies and other officially recognized agencies. If you have a problem with official records, please contact the Office of Student & Community Services.
Graduates from 2005 forward, including current students, must order official transcripts at http://exchange.parchment.com/
Graduates from 2004 and earlier, please complete the Transcript/Records Request Form.
Unfortunately, diplomas are irreplaceable.
If you have any questions, please contact Student and Community Services at 714-628-5424.
The District Office does not have any yearbook copies. Please contact the school in question directly regarding such inquiries. Click on the following link for school contact information: Directory of Schools
Transitional Kindergarten (TK) and Kindergarten programs are available for children as shown in the age chart below:
Additionally, Orange Unified offers two language immersion programs starting in Kindergarten:
Spanish (California) and Mandarin Chinese (Fletcher).
For more information, please call Elementary Educational Services at 714-628-4463.
All Student Teacher requests MUST be submitted by the University. Students and/or Universities are NOT to call OUSD schools or principals to set up a placement. All placements are assigned by the Human Resources Department and Induction Department.
Please complete the Google Link. Once a placement has been made a confirming email will be sent to the University with further instructions.
All Student Observers MUST complete the Google Link. Once a placement has been made a confirming email will be sent with further instructions.
All Student Interns need to have approval from the Special Education Office or Educational Services Department before a placement can be made. The Human Resources Department must have a current "Memorandum Of Understanding" (MOU) with the sponsoring institution. Once there is an approval the forms below need to be completed and returned to the Human Resources Department, Attn: Julie Robles | email@example.com.
Educational Services Department (714) 628-4463
Special Education Office (714) 628-4080
Orange Pre-K provides services for infant, preschool and kindergarten-aged students with mild to moderate and moderate to severe disabilities which are identified through the Special Education assessment process.
Canyon Hills is a special education school for students with moderate to severe disabilities. At Canyon Hills School, the staff strives to educate and develop each individual to his or her fullest potential within the home, school, workplace and community setting.
You will find specific information regarding the rights of our "Homeless Students and Families" on the McKinney-Vento/Homeless Education Program page.
Kristine Nelson, M.A
Coordinator, McKinney-Vento/Foster Youth and At Risk Youth
Phone number: 714-628-5424
- Proclamations by the Board of Education
- Title IX Information
- Uniform Complaint Procedures
- Public Notices
Title IX is the portion of the Federal Educational Amendments of 1972 which prohibits sex discrimination in Federally assisted education programs. Specifically, Title IX states:
"No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance."
The governing regulations cover all aspects of sex discrimination in schools with regard to admissions, treatment of students, and employment, including sexual harassment.
The Orange Unified School District is committed to providing equal opportunities for all in the educational programs and activities it conducts, and for all employees consistent with Title IX. In its efforts to comply with Title IX, the Orange Unified School District affirms that no person shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity.
Inquiries concerning student matters related to Title IX may be directed to Deputy Superintendent Gunn Marie Hansen, Educational Services, at (714) 628-4466 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inquiries concerning employment matters related to Title IX may be directed to the Assistant Superintendent Ed Kissee, Human Resources, at (714) 628-5515 or email@example.com.
The Board of Education recognizes that the District is responsible for complying with applicable state and federal laws and regulations governing educational programs. The District shall follow uniform complaint procedures when addressing complaints alleging (1) unlawful discrimination in any program or activity that receives or benefits from state financial assistance, based on sex, ethnic group identification, race, national origin, religion, color, mental or physical disability, or any basis that is contained in the prohibition of hate crimes set forth in subdivision (a) of section 422.6 of the Penal Code or (2) failure to comply with state or federal law in adult education, vocational education, child care and development programs, child nutrition programs, consolidated categorical programs, migrant education, and special education programs; (3) instructional materials, emergency or urgent facilities conditions that pose a threat to the health and safety of pupils or staff, and teacher vacancy and mis-assignment, as set forth in Education Code section 35186.
Education Code: 35186 (William’s) states:
1. There should be sufficient textbooks and instructional materials. That means each pupil, including English learners, must have a textbook or instructional materials, or both, to use in the class and to take home to complete required homework assignments.
2. School facilities must be clean, safe, and maintained in good repair.
3. A complaint form may be obtained at the school or district office.
The Board encourages the early, informal resolution of complaints at the site level whenever possible. The Board prohibits retaliation in any form for the filing of a complaint, the reporting of instances of discrimination, or for participation in complaint procedures. Such participation shall not in any way effect the status, grades, or work assignments of the complainant. The Board acknowledges and respects student and employee rights to privacy. Discrimination complaints shall be investigated in a manner that protects the confidentiality of the parties and the facts. This includes keeping the identity of the complainant confidential except to the extent necessary to carry out the investigation or proceedings, as determined by the Superintendent or designee on a case-by-case basis. Other types of complaints and responses thereto are public records. The Superintendent or designee shall ensure that employees designated to investigate complaints are knowledgeable about the laws and programs for which they are responsible. Such employees may have access to legal counsel as determined by the Superintendent or designee.
The District has designated the Administrator, K-12. Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment, and GATE, to address all complaints pertaining to Education Code 35186 (William’s) as indicated above. Executive Director, Elementary Education, (714) 628-4463, has been designated to address official Elementary School level Official Complaints. Executive Director Secondary Education, (714) 628-4467, has been designated to address official Secondary School level official complaints.
ANNUAL NOTIFICATION OF THE UNIFORM COMPLAINT PROCEDURES (UCP)
OUSD Williams Uniform Complaint Form
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