30-40% of permanent OPL staff members have been working on disaster service work during the pandemic.
“We’re all different, but we all have that love for Sequoia.” -Zachary Hile At the risk of missing the start of Game 1 of the NBA Finals, several generations of Sequoia students, families, and staff[Read more]
Filed under 2016 Project Blogs, Education, Life in East Oakland, My Neighborhood
Tagged Betty Olson-Jones, Carol Pancho, Community, Dimond, Diversity, Donald Bertolo, dunk courts, east oakland, Eileen Linson, Evelyn Gertler, Kyla Johnson-Trammell, latchkey kids, Laurel, Lou Richie, multiculturalism, muticultural, oakland, Oakland Education Association, Oakland students, Oakland teachers, Oakland Unified School District, OEA, OUSD, playground, Public Schools, self-govern, Sequoia, Sequoia Elementary School, students, Teachers, Zachary Hile
A few months ago, I took a group of neighborhood kids up to the end of our block to a big old oak tree. We slung a rope over a low-hanging branch, tied it, and[Read more]
Filed under 2014 East Oakland Project Blogs, Education, Life in East Oakland, Our Neighbors
Tagged activities, After school, community centers, Dimond, Families, free time, nutrition, Oakland High School, San Antonio, SFSP, summer, Trybe
By Jian Di Liang Greens relaxes us in busy life. It is nice to live in a neighborhood that can see greens everywhere , such as on the sidewalk and at people’s yards. [Read more]