Empower all students to become successful citizens.
Through innovative approaches to teaching and differentiated instruction, we will promote deep and complex thinking, responsibility, and collaboration.
All students considered homeless or in transition, includes students who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence, are afforded certain rights under the law:
Please call your child’s school and ask to speak to the Assistant Principal or Principal for assistance with this process. You may also call the OMSD Family & Collaborative Services directly at 909-418-6398 or click this link to find out if you qualify for services: Family Support Survey