Distance Learning Plan
Distance learning will be provided for Oroville High School students during the school closure. An outline of the Distance Learning Plan can be located here. Google Classroom is the platform that teachers will be using to provide online instruction. If you have a home computer, laptop, iPad or other device at home, please utilize that device to receive student distance learning instruction if at all possible. Click on this link to access Google classroom.
Chromebooks will be issued to students who have internet connectivity at home but no device. he last day that chromebooks will be distributed is April 29th between the hours of 4 PM and 7 PM outside of the Student Union on Orange Street. This will be a curbside delivery so please remain in your vehicle and an OUHSD staff member will assist you as quickly as possible. Please have the OUHSD Student Chromebook Contract completed prior to arriving to expedite this process.
We ask that you adhere to the following guidelines to help us serve each family as efficiently as possible:
Students: Bring your school ID or another form of ID if available.
Parents/Guardians: A parent/guardian must accompany any student under age 18 as a contract regarding appropriate Chromebook use and the cost to repair or replace a damaged or stolen device must be signed by an adult before the Chromebook will be given to a student. Have your student present when picking up the device if possible.
Drivers: Remain in your vehicles, and wait patiently to be served for safety and social distancing.
Walkers: If you must walk, please keep and adhere to the 6ft distance rule as you approach the check-out station. We prefer that families drive.
*Note: Students must have access to the internet to use a Chromebook. Information regarding free or low-cost internet can be found on the OUHSD website.
If students have any issues with Chromebooks submit a request to email@example.com. Identify the issue with the Chromebook and the IT team will work on correcting the issue.
Any students who reported not having access to a device or wifi will receive a curriculum packet in the mail. This work can be completed and dropped off at OHS and/or emailed to teachers as completed. Pictures of completed work will be accepted as well. A mail drop box is located outside of the counseling office building (facing the staff parking lot) for packet drop off. Curriculum packets must be completed and turned in by Friday, April 24th. Please include your name, ID #, and your teacher’s name on the top of each packet.
If your student needs a curriculum packet and has not received one, please contact the school:
email at OHSContact@ouhsd.net phone at (530) 538-2320 Ext. 3335.
Teachers are available for office hours online or via email. Teachers’ email and office hours are posted under their department links on the left side of this page. Contact information for each teacher can also be found here. Please note: Staff will be off from April 10th – 17th for spring break. Students should continue to work on existing assignments. New work will not be assigned until after the break.