The Latino Student Achievement initiative creates the educational systemic conditions, culture, and competencies necessary to advance Latino student achievement within a full-service community school district. Together, with our community, we are providing Latino students the academic, social, and emotional support they need to succeed in college, career, and life.
Check out our video commemorating 20 years of celebrating the Latino Student Honor Roll below!
Are you Latino and interested in becoming a teacher?
Join OUSD Maestr@s. You can submit an interest form by .
Latino students make up 44% of OUSD's student body and yet only 13.8% of their teachers are Latino. Research shows that effective teachers are the single most factor in improving student achievement. OUSD Maestr@s is your opportunity to make a difference in your community while developing yourself.
OUSD Maestr@s will support you with an LSA teacher scholarship that will cover:
- Tuition in a teacher credential program
- Fees for CBEST/CSET and credential applications
- Professional development that will provide community and support
For more info contact Daniel Guzman at daniel.guzman@