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Study Hall
Every Wednesday and Thursday,  from 2:10-3:00 P.M.
  Student's with D's or F's are required to stay for Study Hall.


Back To School Night
September 19, 2018 
6:00-7:30 PM

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If you're cleaning out closets or just looking to declutter, consider donating to the
 LEOS Club Annual Fall Rummage Sale, which will take place Saturday, September 29th. Student volunteers will accept donated items from September 18th through September 28th at Village Oaks High School, Tuesday-Friday, from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm in the Village Oaks parking lot. 
Proceeds from the rummage sale help support various community charities:
• Blind Center of Stockton
• Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC)
• Bread of Life — a non-profit outreach in northern San Joaquin County which provides supplemental groceries to people in need.
• A small portion will also be put back into the LEOS club for field trips and supplies.

If you need to contact the advisor, please email hagardy@lusd.net.


Parent Conferences 
 October 8-12
Students will follow a minimum day schedule* 
Students will be released at 1:14 PM
*(with the exception of those students with a 7th period class at LHS)
Click here for bell schedule

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Principal's Message:

Village Oaks High School, located in Stockton, California, is an alternative high school program in Lincoln Unified School District. Village Oaks High is a California Model Continuation High School providing excellence in education and support for students as they prepare for high school graduation and post-secondary opportunities. 

We hope our website provides you with valuable information about the quality programs and services provided for Village Oaks High School students and their families.  

If you have any additional questions, please contact the school office: 

Email: mgrupe@lusd.net

Phone (209) 953-8740.

Sincerely,

Joe Schallberger                                 2018 Award

Joe Schallberger

Principal

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Mission:
Upon graduation, Village Oaks High School students will have demonstrated knowledge of self, will have developed strong positive ties within our community, and will have begun to successfully prepare for their futures.
Vision:
Here at Village Oaks High School, we strive to create a safe, inclusive, and collaborative learning environment where all students are engaged and challenged to achieve their fullest potential in both academic and social pursuits.

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 Do you shop at Marina Market?

If so, click below to download coupons to present at check out.  Marina Market will donate 5% of your purchase to
Lincoln High School Grad Night!
(Click here to download and print coupons!)

School of Choice Letter - 2014

Our school receives Title I funds from the federal government. We use these funds to provide extra services and materials to enhance the educational programs for our students performing below grade level. Read the School Choice letter.


Escuela de Carta Choice - 2014
Nuestra escuela recibe fondos del Título I del gobierno federal. Usamosestos fondos para proporcionar servicios y materiales adicionales con elfin de mejorar los programas educativos para nuestros estudiantes querinden por debajo del nivel de grado. Lea la

Escuela de Carta Choice.