School Accountabilty Report Cards SARC's
Cary Calvin Oakley School is a neighborhood transitional kindergarten through sixth grade elementary school where students are able to walk to and from school. Named after Cary Calvin Oakley, a Santa Maria Valley pioneer farmer, our school is closely linked with the agricultural industry where many of our students' parents are employed. We believe that parent and community involvement are vital components of students' success.
At Oakley School, our goal is to provide the needed support for every student to be a successful learner. We all work together as a team to meet individual needs and focus on growth for every child. We assess student academic performance regularly to monitor learning and provide instruction designed to support each child. We individualize learning through differentiated classroom instruction, targeted small groups, and intensive intervention.
High expectations guide our school community as we lead our students in becoming lifelong learners and productive citizens.
The mission of Oakley Elementary is to work in partnership with students, family, and community to ensure each student acquires the knowledge, skills and core values necessary to achieve personal success and enrich our community.
The School Accountability Report Cards (SARCs) are published once each year for each school. The most current Report Cards contain information from the 2019-20 school year and were published in January 2021 as required by the state.
The SARCs are in pdf format and can be printed using Adobe Acrobat Reader. You can download a free version of Adobe Acrobat on this site's "Resources" page.
If you'd like to review SARCs from previous years, please click on the years below. There are links for 2018-2019, 2017-18, and 2016-17 SARCS as required by the state.
Hard copies of the School Accountability Report Cards are available to all parents and community members upon request. If you would like a copy of a school's SARC, please contact Maggie White at (805) 361-8113 or firstname.lastname@example.org to request one. Your child's school also has paper copies of its School Accountability Report Card.