• Latest News June 18, 2021

    Dear OVSD Parents,

    We wish to inform you that after reviewing recent updated mask recommendations, Ocean View School District will not require students or families to wear masks at the outdoor 5th and 8th grade promotion ceremonies. Please note that all attendees have the option to wear a mask at these events, if they so choose.  

    As a reminder, during normal school hours, students and staff must continue to wear masks while engaging in all school activities both inside and outdoors, through the last day of school on June 24. This is in accordance with guidelines set forth by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the OVSD Board of Trustees. The CDPH and Cal/OSHA have indicated that we will be able to operate with potential new guidelines in the 2021-22 school year. Once we receive updated CDPH guidance for schools, which we anticipate will be in the next few weeks, we will review for potential updates to our OVSD protocols for both summer school and the 2021-22 school year. 

    Thank you for your continued support.  We are looking forward to a positive and celebratory last week of school!

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Carol Hansen, Superintendent
    Patricia Singer, President, Board of Trustees

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