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About Student Services

Welcome to Student Services

Dr. Jordy Sparks is the Director of Student Services.

Dr. Sparks received his education leadership doctorate from the Harvard Graduate School of Education in May of 2018 and has been leading the district's efforts to implement a "Multiple Pathways to Graduation" framework in order to ensure that all students remain on track to graduation.

Dr. Sparks has been an educator for his entire career. He has been an elementary and middle school classroom teacher for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in Charlotte, North Carolina. He quickly proved himself as a leader and moved up the ranks of the district to be an elementary and middle school principal.

He looks forward to improving the educational experience for all our students.

K-12 Student/Parent Handbook

California College Guidance Initiative (CCGI)

To Parents/Guardians of current 6th - 12 grade students -

Oceanside Unified School District has partnered with the California College Guidance Initiative (CCGI) to help your child develop a well-informed college and career plan. CCGI is a nonprofit that works with school districts throughout California to achieve two major goals: (1) to ensure that all high school seniors in California graduate with clear postsecondary goals and a plan for how to achieve them, and (2) that each student’s academic transcript data follows them as they advance across educational systems to reduce information gaps that could otherwise hinder their success.

As part of this effort, CCGI manages the state of California’s college and career planning platform, This web-based platform offers students, families, and educators a single access point for college and career preparation, applications, planning tools, and information to help plan for life after high school. It also allows your child’s course information to be shared directly with community colleges and CSUs, helping those colleges make faster and better decisions about admission, placement, and financial aid. Students can also launch FAFSA from their account, potentially smoothing the process of determining Cal-Grant eligibility.


Should you wish to opt-out from the District’s disclosure of your Child’s course and testing data, please bring in the "opt out" form with your signature to the Education Support Services office at 2080 Mission Avenue.

CCGI Opt Out Form


Shared Residency Form

Transitional Kindergarten

Placement of Transitional Kindergarten (TK) students is done at the Educational Support Services Office each school year.  A child is not guaranteed a specific school site for TK by residential address.  A lottery will be held in May for placement the following school year, and notifications of placement will follow.  Anyone not participating in the lottery may be assigned to a school on a first come, first served basis to any remaining openings after the first day of school.  Please bring 2 proofs of residency within OUSD boundaries (lease agreement or mortgage statement, utility bill, cable/Directv, homeowner or renter insurance, phone bill [landline only - no cell]) with you to apply, but please note, your residential address will not be used to determine placement.  Your child must turn five years old between Sep. 2 and Dec. 2 to be age eligible.  Registration instructions will be provided to you with your approved placement letter. 

For questions, please contact Student Services at 760-966-7849.

Jordy Sparks, Ed.L.D., Director of Student Services

Jordy Sparks, Ed.L.D., Director of Student Services                         Tel: 760-966-7826

Dan Daris                             Student Services Coordinator 
Tel: 760-966-7862

Adriane Vermillion Administrative Secretary II
Tel: 760-966-7802