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Martin Luther King Jr. March
Do you want to know if your child's snack for school qualifies as a healthy snack?
The links below provide important information about California Project LEAN's mission, vision, core values and beliefs, history, and achievements. Click Project Lean for more information or calculator to see if your child's foods are measuring up!
Annual Bond Report
Since the passing of Proposition H in June 2008, the Oceanside Unified School District has used funds from the $195 million bond measure to rebuild seven new schools, as well as refurbish the ...more
Ivey Ranch PTO Homepage: Click here
Green Oceanside, OUSD Teaming up for Annual Contest
Environmentally conscientious students are invited to use their creative talents in this year’s City of Oceanside “Create to Educate” performance art contest. All students in grades 1-12 are eligible to creatively express through writing, song, video or art how our community can help improve and save the environment.
Recycling, preserving natural resources, water conservation and renewable energy are some of the many areas for students to focus their entries. Click Create to Educate for contest rules and details.
The City of Oceanside also encourages students, teachers and parents to take part in Earth Month 2014. Visit www.greenoceanside.org to learn more about activities and learning opportunities. For further information, contact Oceanside Environmental Specialist Jenna Roripaugh, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 760-435-5828.
The 2012-13 OUSD Student/Parent Handbook is now available online. Printable PDF versions in both English and Spanish can be obtained by clicking on the links below. A hardcopy of this document may also be obtained at your child's school site or through the district's main or ESS offices.
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Click the following link for information on Ivey Ranch's rules, expectations, and policies: Ivey's Handbook
WEDNESDAYS: Volunteers will collect aluminum cans and plastic bottles (no glass, cardboard or milk jugs) at the back gate and at the top of the drop-off driveway from 8:30 - 9:00. Items should be bagged in plastic bags.
Students are encouraged to pack a zero waste lunch on Wednesdays.
Stay on track for the school year with all the necessary school supplies.
Congratulations Ivey Ranch
This is the third time, Ivey Ranch Elementary School has been named a California Distinguished School. Ivey is one of 35 schools countywide, and one of only 424 statewide to receive the honor for 2014. State Superintendent Tom Torlakson made the announcement April 30th. Ivey Ranch received its first honor in 2000, and again in 2006. Schools are selected for their “strong commitment and innovative approaches to improving student academic achievement.”
We Love Our Volunteers at Ivey Ranch!
NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION OR CURRENT STUDENT DATA CONFIRMATION INFORMATION
Oceanside Unified School District (OUSD) is beginning the implementation of optional Online Registration for new students www.registration.oside.us and OnlineData Confirmation for currently enrolled ...more
Coyote Lunch Bunch April 2014
The Coyote Lunch Bunch honors students of the month for each classroom. Students are treated to a pizza lunch with the Principal. We are so proud of our AWESOME students!
The Great Kindness Challenge
Thank you for participating in our 2014 Great Kindness Challenge. Together, 27,724,300 acts of kindness were inspired in 1099 schools in all 50 states. We honor you for placing a high value on kindness.
Because of Ivey Ranch's work, we have been officially named a Kindness Certified School!
CBEE Honors Ivey Ranch
Ivey Ranch Elementary among top North County honorees
“Being recognized by the California Business for Education Excellence 2013 Honor Roll is a terrific honor for our school,” Principal Duane Legg said. “This kind of accomplishment speaks to the culture of success Ivey Ranch has been building for a number of years and recognizes our amazing partnerships with staff, parents, and our community,” Principal Duane Legg said.
“This award celebrates the dedication of our team and reflects our commitment to building a school passionate about kids first, filled with collaboration, and focused on instructional excellence.”
Read the full article here
Congratulations Mrs. Hamby!
Ivey Teachers Are The Best
Beach Blanket Bingo Summer Project!
Key of the Month
Continuing to emphasize the development and importance of character education for all students and staff, OUSD will focus on the key, “This is It,” as September’s 8 Keys of Excellence key of the month.
“This is It” zeroes in on making the most of every moment life has to offer, and focusing one’s attention on the present in order to move forward in life. It’s all about maintaining a positive attitude!
Welcome to Ivey Ranch Elementary School
To report your child absent call or email anytime
(760) 967-8449 our attendance only phone line
To email your child's attendance click here: email@example.com
The Uniform Exchange is open!
Girl Scout Troop 1424 is collecting gently used uniforms in the box in our office.
Common Core Parent Information
California is one of 45 states nationwide to adopt the new Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in English/Language Arts and mathematics. This shift in teaching has been characterized by some as “the most significant change to classroom instruction since 1998,” when California first adopted its own academic standards. Click the Common Core link above to learn more about the standards and how the Oceanside Unified School District is implementing Common Core in the classroom.
Dropoff & Dismissal
Safety First, Convenience Second!
Procedures for drop off and dismissal:
Uniforms at Ivey Ranch
Ivey Ranch is a uniform school, meaning all children are expected to be in uniform consisting of navy blue or white shirt, and khaki/tan or navy blue bottoms. Friday, classroom Spirit wear competitions allows for spirit shirts with jeans.
Please call the office at 760-967-9720 if you are have any questions regarding our uniform policy.
The OUSD Student Wellness Policy focuses on nutrition and physical education.
Foods and beverages sold to students through the district’s child nutrition program, student stores, vending machines and fundraisers meet or exceed state and federal nutrition standards. Nutrition education is provided as a part of the district’s health education program.
Click "wellness" to learn more about healthy living!
ST Math is open for Tablets!
Get ready to solve simple and complex math problems and see JiJi make the move across the screen. To use ST Math at home on a tablet (iPad, Fire, or 7" tablet) follow the easy instructions here.
Study Island offers rigorous content built from the California Content and Common Core Standards.
Go to Students, then Websites for Practice for more information. If you know your login name and password, click here.
Nut allergies, especially peanut allergies, are very common. Students with these allergies cannot ingest or touch nuts. This includes peanut by-products like peanut oil. When these students ingest or ...more
Try these practice keyboarding sites to help students increase skill and speed on a keyboard. The first game Dance Mat Typing comes recommended by parents.
The OUSD Kids First initiative is off and running. Click Kids First to view the 8 Keys of Excellence, watch student videos and to learn more about this life-changing project and how you can get involved as a partner with the district.