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    Dear Marshall Families,


    On Friday March 27, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., there will be one more opportunity for students to pick up distance learning packets.  These will be the same packets that were already handed out on Monday, March 23, and are posted on the Oxnard School District website under, Distance Learning Resources for Students:



    Packets will be available outside the front office.  For the safety of everyone, please remember to practice social distancing, staying 6 feet apart from other people, as you wait to collect the packets.  If you are sick with a cough or fever, we ask that you please send someone else to pick up the packets.  


    The Marshall office will continue to be closed until further notice, so it is important that if you have not downloaded or received a packet, that you come from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. this Friday. If you need to contact a staff member, please call (805) 385-1557 and leave a voicemail message and we will get back to you as soon as we can.    


    Also, beginning Monday March 30, food Grab N Go will be Mondays only, for five-day meals, hosted at Fremont, Harrington, Chavez & Driffill.  


    I wish you all to stay safe with your families during this time.


    Dr. Sarah Lepe

    Estimadas familias de Marshall,


    El viernes 27 de marzo, de 9:00 a.m. a 11:00 a.m., habrá una oportunidad más para que los estudiantes recojan los paquetes para el aprendizaje a distancia. Estos serán los mismos paquetes que se entregaron este pasado lunes, 23 de marzo y están disponibles en la página de internet del Distrito Escolar de Oxnard, bajo Recursos de aprendizaje a distancia para estudiantes: 



    Los paquetes estarán disponibles afuera de la oficina principal. Para la seguridad de todos, le recordamos que por favor practique el distanciamiento social, manteniéndose a 6 pies de distancia de otras personas, mientras que espere a recoger los paquetes. Si está enfermo con tos o fiebre, le pedimos que por favor mande a otra persona a recoger los paquetes. 


    La oficina de Marshall continuará cerrada hasta nuevo aviso, por lo que es importante que si no ha descargado o recibido un paquete, venga de 9:00 a.m. a 11:00 a.m. este viernes. Si necesita comunicarse con un miembro del personal, por favor llame al (805) 385-1557 y deje un mensaje de voz y nos pondremos en contacto con usted lo antes posible.


    Además, a partir del lunes, 30 de marzo, la comida ‘Grab N Go’ serán solamente los lunes, para comida de cinco días, y será en las escuelas Fremont, Harrington, Chavez & Driffill. 


    Les deseo que estén bien con sus familias durante este tiempo.


    Dra. Sarah Lepe

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    March 13 - COVID-19 School Closure

    Dear OSD Staff,


    Like you, we are all concerned about the spread of the novel coronavirus and the uncertainty it’s creating in our daily lives. Yesterday, the Ventura County Public Health department declared a local health emergency, which will provide additional resources for coronavirus response. As a result of this declaration and in the interest of the health of our community, the Oxnard School District and the rest of the schools districts in the Ventura County, have decided to close all of our schools beginning Monday, March 16. OSD schools will be closed through Friday, March 20. We hope to reopen on Monday, March 23, but that decision will depend on the circumstances at the time. We will update families about our plans no later than Friday, March 20.


    This closure is in support of the recommendations from public health officials to encourage “social distancing” to slow the spread of the virus. It is strongly recommended that students stay home during the closure as much as possible and do not gather in public places.


    We are aware that this closure will result in a loss of time spent learning in the classroom. We have carefully considered options for providing education remotely during the closure, but have determined that it is not feasible at this point. One of the primary responsibilities of public schools is to provide equal opportunity for all students, and not everyone has home internet access and the necessary devices for online learning. We are currently exploring other options for at-home enrichment activities. 


    School administrators, Office Managerial Staff, Office Assistants, ALL Central Office staff, School Psychologists, Counselors, Speech Language Pathologists, ORCs, Facilities Office staff, Transportation staff, Maintenance staff, Custodial staff, Grounds staff, Warehouse staff,  IT staff (school and centralized) , CNS workers and office staff,  Health Technicians, will report to work next week. Teachers will be provided with guidance regarding the work they are expected to complete while the school closure is in place.  We will provide additional guidance related to the enacting of “social distance”.  Please await further instructions and guidance from the different department heads.


    We want to thank you for your understanding and for your professionalism as we adjust to these new developments related to the COVID-19.




    Dr. Karling Aguilera-Fort

    Superintendent of Schools


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    Oxnard School District Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update


    ASEBoard of Trustees 

    Monica Madrigal Lopez, President

    Dr. Jesus Vega, Clerk

    Denis O’Leary

    Debra Cordes

    Veronica Robles-Solis


    March 5, 2020


    Dear OSD Parents, Teachers, and Staff:


      While we understand the anxiety that Coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused in our schools and community, we assure you that we are following all directives and protocols from public health officials to protect our schools and students, teachers, and staff. We are in close communication with the Ventura County Office of Education and Ventura County Public Health professionals to assess potential contact and exposure risk for students, teachers, and staff in the Oxnard School District (both rumor and substantiated). Any official communication will be shared on our website and on our approved social media platforms.

      At this time, there are no recommendations from public health officials for cancellation of school, public events, or field trips. With this guidance, school and all school activities will continue as scheduled. However, we continue to explore possible solutions for distance learning by assessing our technology access and devices and looking at contingency plans. In the event that Ventura County Public Health asks for social distancing or school closures in the near future, we will be forced to make alternative plans and/or cancel events and possibly school. 

      Now is the time to begin thinking about your personal contingency plans for childcare and transportation should there be a potential impact to the schools or school events in the future. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) provides resources for household action plans on their website. 


      Health and Safety Reminders  

    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
    • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
    • Stay home when you are sick. If your child is sick, please keep them home from school. All children and staff members with fever (>100.4 F / >38C) should remain home from school and other activities until they had no fever for 24 hours, without fever medication. Students who attend school with coughs and fever will be sent home.
    • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
    • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
    • Look out for friends and loved ones who would be considered more vulnerable and offer support. Individuals with chronic health issues and/or individuals experiencing severe symptoms should be evaluated by a medical professional.
    • The California Department of Public Health does not recommend the use of face masks for general prevention and states handwashing provides better protection from infectious diseases.

      As always, the safety and wellness of our students and staff are a priority. We will be monitoring new developments and will continue to reevaluate our steps and actions. Thank you for your cooperation and support in helping us to maintain a healthy and safe learning environment. 

      For general questions about Coronavirus and precautions currently recommended by Ventura County Public Health, residents may call the county’s coronavirus information line at (805) 9815101 or (805) 981-5201.








    ASEConsejo Directivo 

    Monica Madrigal Lopez, Presidenta

    Dr. Jesus Vega, Secretario

    Denis O’Leary, Miembro

    Debra Cordes, Miembro

    Veronica Robles-Solis, Miembro



    5 de marzo de 2020



    Distrito Escolar de Oxnard  Información actualizada sobre el Coronavirus (COVID-19)  


    Estimados padres, maestros y miembros del personal del Distrito Escolar de Oxnard:


      Comprendemos la preocupación que el Coronavirus (COVID-19) está ocasionando en nuestras escuelas y nuestra comunidad y les aseguramos que estamos siguiendo todas las directivas y protocolos recibidos de los funcionarios de salud pública para proteger a nuestras escuelas, estudiantes, maestros y personal. Estamos en estrecha comunicación con profesionales de la Oficina de Educación del Condado de Ventura y el Departamento de Salud Pública de Ventura para evaluar los posibles riesgos de contacto y exposición para los estudiantes, maestros y personal del Distrito Escolar de Oxnard (los rumores y los confirmados). Toda comunicación oficial se publicará en nuestro sitio web y en nuestras plataformas aprobadas de medios sociales.   Hasta el momento, no hay recomendaciones de los funcionarios de salud pública de cancelar las actividades escolares, eventos públicos o excursiones escolares. De acuerdo con estas indicaciones, la escuela y las actividades escolares continuarán según están programadas. Sin embargo, continuamos explorando posibles soluciones de aprendizaje a distancia mediante la evaluación de nuestro acceso a la tecnología y dispositivos tecnológicos, y analizando planes de contingencia. En caso de que el Departamento de Salud Pública de Ventura solicite el distanciamiento social o el cierre de escuelas en un futuro cercano, nos veremos forzados a hacer planes alternativos y/o cancelar eventos y posiblemente las escuelas.

      Ahora es el momento de empezar a pensar acerca de sus planes personales de contingencia de cuidado de niños y transporte, si hubiere un posible impacto en las escuelas o eventos escolares en el futuro. Los Centros de Control de Enfermedades (CDC, por sus siglas en inglés) proporcionan recursos de planes de acción para los hogares en su sitio web.


    Recordatorios de salud y seguridad


    • Lávese las manos a menudo con agua y jabón por lo menos por 20 segundos. Si no se dispone de jabón y agua, utilice un desinfectante de manos a base de alcohol.
    • Evite tocarse los ojos, nariz y boca si no se ha lavado las manos.
    • Evite el contacto cercano con personas enfermas.
    • Permanezca en casa si está enfermo. Si su hijo(a) está enfermo(a), por favor no lo(a) envíe a la escuela, que permanezca en casa.
    • Todos los niños y miembros del personal con fiebre (mayor de 100.4 F / 38C) deben permanecer en casa y no ir a la escuela hasta que no presenten fiebre por 24 horas, sin haber tomado medicinas para la fiebre. Los estudiantes que asisten a la escuela y presentan tos con fiebre serán enviados a casa.
    • Cuando tosa o estornude cúbrase la boca/nariz con un pañuelo descartable, luego deseche ese papel en el basurero.
    • Limpie y desinfecte los objetos y superficies que toca frecuentemente.
    • Esté pendiente de amigos y seres queridos que podrían considerarse más vulnerables y ofrézcales apoyo. Las personas con enfermedades crónicas y/o personas que experimentan síntomas severos, deben ser evaluados por profesionales médicos.
    • El Departamento de Salud Pública de California no recomienda el uso de máscaras para la prevención general y ha indicado que lavarse las manos proporciona una mayor protección contra las enfermedades infecciosas.


      Como siempre, la seguridad y el bienestar de nuestros estudiantes y nuestro personal es nuestra prioridad. Estaremos monitoreando toda nueva información y continuaremos reevaluando nuestra medidas y acciones.  Gracias por su cooperación y apoyo en ayudarnos a mantener un ambiente de aprendizaje seguro y saludable.

      Si tiene preguntas acerca del Coronavirus y las precauciones recomendadas actualmente por la el Departamento de Salud Pública de Ventura, los residentes pueden llamar la línea de información del Coronavirus al (805) 981-5101 o (805) 981-5201.








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  • Principal:  Sarah Lepe

    Assistant Principal/ 504 Coordinator:  Michel Haun

    Office Manager:                Carmen Grande

    School Office Hours:                    8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

    School Hours:                                  TK/ Kinder                                        8:30 a.m. – 1:47 p.m.                      Grades 1 – 5                                    8:30 a.m. – 2:40 p.m.                Grades 6 & 7                                      8:15 a.m. – 2:43 p.m.

    Breakfast (free for every child)                                                    TK – 5 starts at 8:00 a.m.          Grades 6 & 7 starts at 7:45 a.m.

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