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ST Math at Home

no bullyingThe local educational agency (LEA) adopted a policy that prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.  


OUSD and e-flyer service Peachjar have come together to help reduce paper usage, costs and time promoting community flyers.  Click Laurel School Peachjar to view school-site flyers.

To learn more about Peachjar, visit OUSD Peachjar e-flyers. The OUSD Peachjar program will become live as of Wednesday, October 16.

Parent Information

Laurel School Site Council

Laurel Family Engagement Policies

After School Program Provider-The Boys and Girls Club

Laurel's after school provider is the  Boys and Girls Club of Oceanside (BGCO). 

El programa después de escuela es el Boys and Girls Club. 


Click here for Boys and Girls information Letter-Información en español

Palomar Family Counseling Inc.

Palomar Family Counseling Service, Inc.


◆Increases potential for student success

◆Promotes parent participation in school activities

◆Addresses potential barriers to success

◆Provides training and support for parents


Screening Interventions for Problem Behavior

Prevention and Early Intervention provides screening, early identification and intervention with at-risk children.  The evidence based prevention and intervention efforts are designed to be delivered on a continuum which increases in intensity as the risk level increased. 

  • Level One - Early Risk,
  • Level Two – At Risk
  • Level Three – High Risk

Once the level has been determined the social-emotional intervention, the Incredible Years, the universal social-emotional evidence based prevention model is used to assist with the identified children grades pre-school through third grade.


The Incredible Years for Parents, Children and Teachers

The incredible years training series addresses parenting, family, child, and school risk factors for children with conduct problems. 

It was designed for children, their parents and teachers.  Evidenced based materials are presented in classrooms.  Small groups are used for more intensive intervention.  Parents are involved either individually or through parenting groups. 

Programs are designed to train parents and teachers to promote children’s emotional, social, and academic competence and to prevent and reduce aggression and emotional problems in children.


Parent Handbook

The OUSD Student/Parent Handbook is now available for viewing online.  The handbook is available in both English and Spanish.  Parents can also download a PDF version of this guide. Click Student/Parent Handbook to access this year’s guide. 


Progress Report Parent Information Video

Click here to view the Parent Progress report video that provides information about the changes this year

Haga clic aqui para ver a video de informes de progreso en espanol

Please visit the OUSD Parent Information page.  It provides district resources along with outside resources to support your child's transition into Common Core.

Digital Citizenship

Academics & Support


The WelConnect app connects families to available resources and support programs provided by their school district, their schools, the surrounding community, and the US military. It's available to download on your device from the Apple iTunes Store, or Google Play for Android. Click here to download.