Oak Grove Middle School
Wildcats Newsletter July 2021
Message from the Principal
We are so proud of our OGMS students as they are an amazing example of great strength and resilience during the school year and the summer school session. During our OGMS summer school enrichment program, our students demonstrated their continuous curiosity of learning and sharing their overall skills in academics as well as show how much they care for each other and the community. We appreciate our families, staff, and community for all their hard work and dedication for our students. We wish you all a happy summer!
We look forward to seeing you in the fall!
PS. Don't miss important information on events and community resources information listed below.
Office Closed for July 2021
If your student still owes any fines, please make sure to bring the letter received and the items or payment to the office in August during their walk thru or during office hours.
OGMS Walk Thru 2021
Incoming 6th Grade OGMS Wildcats- Proof of Residency
Proof of residence is required when registering and when a family changes address. please make sure to bring the following documentation during your 6 grader's walk thru. Verification by items from both categories below are required:
- Current picture ID of parent/guardian: driver’s license, state issued ID, passport, consulate issued picture ID, voter credential, or military ID.
- Two of the following:
- current valid vehicle registration
- state or federal tax return filed within the last 12 months with W-2 form(s) attached
- current voter registration receipt
- other forms of identification or communication from a government agency
- property tax bill with parent name and property address indicating home owner's exemption
- lease/rental agreement (including property address, names of occupants, name and phone number of owner/manager)
- payroll stubs/checks
All documents submitted must be originals not copies.
Bills and deeds are NOT valid residency verification documents.
All required documents must be submitted and receive approval within ten (10) calendar days from the initial date of enrollment.
Caregiver Affidavits: Students shall qualify as district residents if they reside full-time in the home of a caregiving adult within the district boundaries. This caregiving adult must provide residency verification as outlined above. “Full Time” for the purposes of this regulation is defined as: Student’s primary residence is that of the caregiving adult, and the student resides in the home of the caregiving adult 24 hours a day, seven days a week and during periods of vacation and/or holidays.
Caregiver Affidavits are available at the school site.
Joint Physical Custody: Students whose parents have joint physical custody may continue their enrollment in the district so long as at least one of their parents can meet the residency verification requirements as outlined above.
Parents and Guardians are required to read and sign the following statement:
“I attest that the information provided is true and accurate. I understand that if the student is not living full-time within the school boundary or if the student’s arrangements do not agree with the information provided, the student will not be allowed to attend the school. I also understand that any changes in residency information must be reported to the school registrar immediately and verified within ten (10) days. I also understand that falsification of information will be grounds for invalidating the student’s enrollment in school.”
Shots for School- 7th Grade
Students Starting 7th Grade Need:
Varicella (Chickenpox) — 2 doses
(Usually given at ages 12 months and 4-6 years)
Additional school immunization requirements for 7th graders typically apply to students who:
- Previously had a valid personal beliefs exemption filed before 2016 upon entry between TK/Kindergarten and 6th grade, or
- Are new admissions, including from out-of-state; applies to all grades.
California schools are required to check immunization records for all new student admissions and all students advancing to 7th grade before entry. Parents must show their child's Immunization Record as proof of immunization.
Virtual Academy Transfers Now Being Accepted
The Mt. Diablo Unified School District anticipates that all students will return to full time, in-person learning Fall of 2021 which begins August 12, 2021. In the event, however, that a family has a unique circumstance requiring virtual learning, intradistrict transfers are being accepted to Mt. Diablo Virtual Learning Program for the 2021-2022 school year. The deadline to submit intradistrict transfers for your child to attend the Virtual Academy Program is July 13, 2021 by 5pm. Transfers will be confirmed on July 16, 2021. Please visit https://mdusd.org/virtualacademy for more information
Get the Vaccine
All Californians age 12 and older are now eligible to get a safe, effective and no-cost COVID-19 vaccine.
People can get vaccinated through County and State-run sites, pharmacies and other healthcare systems. This page has information about how you can get vaccinated through different vaccine providers.
Contra Costa Health Services (CCHS)
Contra Costa Health Services forms for minors
Kaiser Permanente forms for minors
LISTOS ( flyer)
Contra Costa VOAD is hosting a virtual LISTOS Basic Emergency and Disaster Training in Spanish over two days on July 24 and July 31, from 10am to noon each day. We’d appreciate it if you could please share the attached flyer, which includes a registration link, with your constituents and network. There is no cost associated with this course. Participants must attend class on both days to receive a graduation certificate. Children over the age of 10 years are welcome to participate with a parent. The flyer is in Spanish.
LISTOS is a basic emergency and disaster readiness public education program presented in Spanish that focuses on a grass-roots approach to reach populations through trusted networks. The goal of this program is to provide very basic resources to Spanish-speaking populations for emergency readiness in an environment which they feel comfortable within. The course curriculum includes:
- Identifying Vulnerabilities
- Creating Reunification and Communication plan
- Important Document Back-Up
- Utilities Shut-Off
- Fire Extinguisher Use
- Basic First Aid
- Organization at Home
- Emotional Support
- MONUMENT IMPACT Community Guide
Guide provides Concord residents with a list of services and resources available.
- Monument Impact WORK Force Employment Program
Workforce Development programs offer multiple pathways to self-sufficiency and economic advancement. We offer comprehensive beginning to advanced level technology classes, small business support for Concord residents, and CalWORKs’s Welfare to Work program for new refugees and immigrants. Our goal is to help community members develop the skills to secure employment.
NOTE: Due to public health concerns related to COVID-19, offices are closed. The classes are currently being offered online, via zoom.
CLICK on the link for more information: Workforce Development – Monument Impact
- Concord Library E-card
Complete the online application. The information submitted is confidential and used for library services only. Click HERE to access the application in English
Complete la aplicacion en linea. La informacion es confidencial y utilizada por los servicios de la biblioteca solamente. Haga un clic AQUI para tener acceso a la aplicacion en espanol.