Oasis Charter School - Renew Our Charter!

Oasis Charter School - Renew Our Charter!

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Oasis Charter Public School was founded in 2001 in as a tuition-free school that serves children Kindergarten through 6th grade in the Salinas area. Oasis is a constructivist, project-based school, and our curriculum is guided by the Common Core State Standards, in addition to the Next Generation Science Standards. We provide real-life experiences for our students to internalize learning. The educational philosophy of Oasis focuses on the whole child, which includes academics, child development, and social emotional learning. Oasis  features small class sizes, which provide experiences for students in the areas of social studies, science, art, music, and technology, as well as math and reading.  Oasis is an active community that invites participation from each student and their family. Through our distance learning program, Oasis has been providing students with learning opportunities, such as hands-on STEM activities, in addition to arts and crafts, cooking, dancing, reading, and art. Oasis is unique as we are the only certified AVID elementary school in Monterey County.

As a community, we are committed to renewing our charter for the next school year and beyond. During this time, we are in need of support from local community members in order to continue to provide students with meaningful learning opportunities and experiences for many years to come. Here you will find a petition for our charter renewal. Your signature would be greatly appreciated. In addition, we would also be grateful for any letters or videos of support for our charter renewal.

We’d like to thank you in advance for your support. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns at oasischarterrenewal@oasischarterschool.org.

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