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2018 California Model Continuation High School / Six year WASC Accreditation thru June 30, 2025

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Desert Oasis High School is a school that provides students an opportunity to meet high school graduation requirements, such as the appropriate course credits. Our small student population is appealing to students who prefer a more individualized program. Our primary goal is to offer students the tools and opportunities to succeed in obtaining a high school diploma from the Central Union High School District.

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Dear Parents and Guardians:

We are pleased to inform you that Desert Oasis High School has earn a Six Year Accreditation from WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges) until June 30, 2025.

Why Accreditation?

  • Assures a school community that the school's purposes are appropriate and being accomplished through a viable education program  — a trustworthy institution for student learning
  • Validates the integrity of the school's program and transcripts
  • Facilitates transfer of credits to other English-speaking schools — critical for college/university acceptance worldwide
  • Fosters the ongoing improvement of the school's programs and operations to support student learning
  • Provides valuable insight from fellow educators visiting the school
  • Benefits schools that choose joint accreditation or other collaborative processes, e.g., ACS WASC/CDE.
 

State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Announces
Model Continuation High Schools for 2018

SACRAMENTO—State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson today announced that 32 schools were newly designated as Model Continuation High Schools for 2018. These schools are recognized for creating innovative programs that focus on academics and social and emotional learning and helping students who have faced many challenges, including chronic absenteeism and truancy, get back on the path to realizing their full academic potential.

"These model continuation high schools provide a space where students can feel a sense of accomplishment and increased confidence and receive strong educational support," said Torlakson. "Creating an academically challenging yet encouraging school climate can help turn an at-risk student on the verge of dropping out into a high school graduate prepared for a future career or college."

All the schools honored offer strategic and specialized programs. For example:
 
Desert Oasis High School in El Centro has a counseling staff that is exceptionally dedicated to preparing students for academic opportunities after graduation. The school has cultivated strong partnership with local community colleges, hosts college orientation and financial aid workshops, and allows dual enrollment classes on campus.
 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC REVIEW

Notice is hereby given that the Central Union High School District will hold a public review for the consideration of adopting the following textbooks for World History, U.S History, Government, and Economics courses:
 
*Pearson Education Inc. World History: The Modern Era (California Edition) (c) 2019
*Pearson Education Inc. United States History: The Twentieth Century (California Edition) (c) 2019
*Pearson Education Inc. Magruder's American Government (California Edition) (c)2019
*Pearson Education Inc. Economics: Principals in Action (California Edition) (c)2019
*Pearson Education Inc. AP American Government: Roots and Reforms (2016 Presidential Edition) (c)2018
*BFW/Worth Publishers.Krugman's Economics for AP (C)2015
 
The Public is invited to review the textbooks at the CUHSD Administrative Office any time between 8:00 a.m.  and 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday through April 10, 2018. The Office is located at 351 W.Ross Avenue, El Centro, Ca 92243. The Governing Board encourages participation by parents, teachers, members of the community and bargaining unit leaders in the review process.
 
Adoption of the Social Studies instructional materials listed above is schedule to take place at a regular meeting of the Board of Trustees on April 10, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.
 
 
 
 
Fernando O'Campo
Principal
(Director)