NEW! CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION UPDATES INCOME GUIDELINES FOR STATE PRESCHOOL! Check your eligibility below!
Ages: Children aged 3-4 years old by December 1, 2022. Call our office if you have questions.
The California State Preschool Program (CSPP) definitions of eligibility based on age are as follows:
· CSPP eligible four-year-old children are defined as children who have their fourth birthday on or before December 1, or a child whose fifth birthday occurs after September 1, whose parent or guardian has opted to retain or enroll them in a CSPP.
· CSPP eligible three-year-old children are defined as children who have their third birthday on or before December 1. Children who have their third birthday on or after December 2, may be enrolled in a California State Preschool Program on or after their third birthday.
State-Funded and Tuition Preschool Locations:
Oak View Preschool, Westmont Preschool and College View Preschool
Inclusive Program Model, World of Wonders Curriculum, Social Emotional Learning, Developmentally Appropriate Activities, Indoor & Outdoor Exploration, Dramatic Play, Language and Literacy Development and so much more!
Enroll your child in TK-8 Schools! Link to enrollment & transfer deadlines & other important information.
A new PSA partnership on back-to-school safety with Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit behind Sesame Street, and facilitated by the Skoll Foundation and Participant. Three PSAs to teach kids healthy habits for staying safe during the pandemic. The PSAs build on California’s “Your Actions Saves Lives” COVID-19 public awareness and education campaign.
The Sesame Workshop back-to-school PSA featuring Elmo and his dad Louie can be found in English here and in Spanish here. The additional two PSAs featuring the Oscar and Grover characters will also be released in English and in Spanish.
The goal of Oak View Preschool is to provide 3-5 year old children with a developmentally appropriate program that encourages the intellectual, social-emotional, language, physical and creative development of each child. Through planned activities for large and small groups and individuals, children gain the English language and school readiness skills to prepare them to enter kindergarten ready to access the curriculum.
Ocean View School District is committed to the vision of every child entering school ready to learn. Knowing that parents are important partners in their children’s education, the District desires and expects parents to be actively involved at Oak View Preschool as parent volunteers. Parents are encouraged to participate on the Parent Advisory Committee. Staff development and self-assessment are vital to ensure ongoing program improvement. A comprehensive self-study is conducted annually, and results are used to make program improvements. All preschool staff members are encouraged to take classes in early childhood education, attend workshops, conferences and staff trainings to im-prove their skills for working with children and parents.
Enrollment for ALL sites is completed through the State Preschool Office at Oak View Preschool.
Appointments are required to return your preschool application.
*Please bring your completed application and eligibility documents, including the Physician's Form signed by your child's doctor.
The 27th Annual Report on the Conditions of Children in Orange County compiles indicators across four interdependent focus areas: Good Health, Economic Well-Being, Educational Achievement and Safe Homes and Communities to highlight trends in how children are faring.
The Ocean View School District Governing Board desires to provide a positive work environment where employees and job applicants are free from harassment and are assured of equal access and opportunities in accordance with law. The Ocean View School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of color, race, religion, ancestry, natural origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or the perception of one or more of such characteristics, gender, marital or parental status, pregnancy, genetic information, military and veteran status, ethnic group identification, mental or physical disability in its educational programs, activities, or recruitment and employment. All communication, with the exception of the Edjoin process, should be directed through the Human Resources Offices of Ocean View School District. Any applicant who attempts to directly contact the site Principal, department Director, Board Member(s) or any staff member with the intent of influencing the outcome of the hiring process will be disqualified from candidacy for this position. No Person shall be denied employment solely because of impairment which is unrelated to the ability to engage in activities involved in the position(s) or program for which application has been made. It is the responsibility of the applicant to notify the employer of any necessary modifications to the job or work site in order to determine whether the employer can reasonable accommodate any known disability. Applicants who anticipate needing special accommodations or who have questions about physical access may contact Janet Worley at (714) 847-2551 ext. 1410 for information regarding the arrangements for accommodations. The Ocean View School District is a tobacco-free, drug-free environment. Link for employees: Uniform Complaint Policy or Sexual Harassment. Link for students: Uniform Complaint Policy or Sexual Harassment Policy.
Contact for Equity, Non-Discrimination and Title IX: Reagan Headrick, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources (714) 847-2551 Ext. 1411
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