Welcome Back – Oxford Elementary is #BerkeleyReady!

Oxford Teacher pumped to have you back

Oxford families gathered on August 21st on campus for a community potluck picnic.

#Berkeleyready video from our new Superintendent


Website Under Construction

The Oxford Website is currently under construction. We appreciate your patience we update old information. Please email Oxford PTA Sectrary Patricija Petrac at if you would like to help with website updates. Bonus if you are knowledgable about WordPress (current platform) or Wix (future platform).

Upcoming Events

Back to School Night – Thursday, August 25

In person! Details forthcoming next week.  It will be an evening adults-only event and masks highly encouraged

For Prospective Families

Kindergarten Information Night Presentation

Click here for a tour of our new campus!

Donate to Oxford

Did you know you can:

  • donate with corporate matching?
  • donate with Paypal?
  • donate by shopping at Amazon?
  • donate with a subscription?

click here to learn more!

Your Complete Guide to Oxford

This PTA-hosted website has all the basic info for incoming and current families: everything about the daily routine, school policies, and much more for our school of approximately 260 K–5th grade students. Check dates for school holidays, special events, and community meetings on our Google calendar, and find out how to donate and shop & give to fully fund Oxford!

Oxford move to West Campus (Bonar)

On November 6, 2019 the BUSD School Board made the decision to move Oxford in the Fall of 2020 to the new location at West Campus, adjacent to the district office at 2020 Bonar Street.

Read Principal Beth Rhine’s letter about the move here.

Our Newest Online Resources

Everyone is Welcome in Berkeley Public Schools

Equal Rights for Transgender Students at BUSD

On February 22, 2017, the President issued an order rescinding federal protections for transgender students in our nation’s public schools. Our community should know that this order will have no impact in the Berkeley Unified School District (BUSD).

We are committed to protecting all students, including transgender students, from discrimination, bullying and harassment. In 2013, our School Board passed one of the first policies in the state to protect transgender students. Moreover, transgender students in California have the right under state law to use restrooms and locker rooms that align with their gender identity. State law also expressly prohibits discrimination in schools on the basis of gender identity.

We will protect and provide equal rights to our transgender students whether federal law requires us to or not. Students in other states may not be so protected, but the federal order will have no effect in the Berkeley public schools.

Ty Alper, BUSD School Board President
Donald Evans, Ed.D., BUSD Superintendent

Immigrant Student Rights at BUSD

español | Arabic

We are committed to protecting the right of every student to attend public school, regardless of immigration status or religious affiliation of the student or of the student’s family members. 

Because it is our duty and responsibility to provide each child in our District with a high quality public education in a safe and nurturing environment, we have given these directions to the staff at our schools:

  • Our staff will not request information or make a record of information on the immigration status of a student or family member. Furthermore, students and families will not be required to provide a social security number for school forms.
  • If the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency asks for access to a school or for access to student information, they will be politely denied and referred directly to the Superintendent or Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services who will refer the matter to the District’s legal counsel.
  • Anyone in our schools seeking answers to questions about immigration will be referred to local non-profit immigration law organizations, such as the East Bay Community Law Center and the East Bay Sanctuary Covenant or other recommended resources available on the district website.

The core values of our district continue to guide us through these times: Our students are our priority. We take pride in our diversity. We hold high expectations for ourselves and our students. We treat each other with respect and act with integrity.

Donald Evans, Ed.D., BUSD Superintendent

Los Derechos de Estudiantes Inmigrantes en BUSD

Deseamos que ustedes estén enterados que estamos comprometidos a proteger el derecho de cada estudiante que asiste a la escuela pública, sin tomar en cuenta el estado migratorio del estudiante o de los miembros de su familia.

Debido a que es nuestro deber y responsabilidad el ofrecer a cada niño en nuestro Distrito una educación de alta calidad en un medio ambiente seguro y enriquecedor, hemos dado al personal docente de nuestras escuelas estas instrucciones:

  • Nuestro personal docente no solicitará información, o registrará información referente al estado migratorio de un estudiante o de un miembro de su familia. Asimismo, los estudiantes y sus familias no van a requerir presentar un número de seguro social en los formularios escolares.
  • Si la agencia de Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas (Immigration and Customs Enforcement -ICE-) solicita tener acceso a una escuela o tener acceso a la información de un estudiante, amablemente se le negará el servicio e inmediatamente serán referidos al Superintendente o al Superintendente Adjunto de Servicios Educacionales los cuales referirán el caso al Asesor Legal del Distrito.
  • Cualquier persona en nuestras escuelas que esté buscando respuestas a preguntas relacionadas con inmigración será referida a las organizaciones locales no lucrativas que trabajan con las leyes de inmigración, tales como East Bay Community Law Center y East Bay Sanctuary Covenant o a otros recursos recomendados disponibles en nuestro sitio web.

Los valores fundamentales de nuestro distrito continúan guiándonos a través de estos momentos: Los estudiantes son nuestra prioridad. Nos enorgullece nuestra diversidad. Mantenemos grandes expectativas para nosotros y nuestros estudiantes. Nos tratamos mutuamente con respeto y actuamos con integridad.

Donald Evans, Ed.D., Superintendente de BUSD

BUSD Non-Discrimination Policy | Política de No Discriminación

The Berkeley Unified School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religious creed, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression, marital or parental status, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, disability, medical condition, homelessness or foster status, in its programs and activities, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Discrimination based on protected class includes sexual harassment, sexual violence, and bullying.

All inquiries or concerns regarding BUSD’s nondiscrimination policy
5145.3 or the filling of discrimination complaints should contact:
Inquiries may also be referred to:
District Compliance Officer & Title IX Coordinator
Office of the Superintendent, Berkeley Unified School District
2020 Bonar Street, Suite 113
Berkeley, CA 94702
Phone: 510.486.9338
Fax: 510.644.7712
Office for Civil Rights
U.S. Department of Education
50 Beale Street, Suite 7200
San Francisco, CA 94105-1813
Telephone: 415-486-5555
Fax: 415-486-5570; TDD: 800-877-8339

Berkeley Unified School District no discrimina en base a la raza, color, origen nacional, sexo, edad, creencia religiosa, género, orientación sexual, expresión de género, estado marital o parental, abolengo, origen nacional, identificación de grupo étnico, incapacidad/discapacidad, condición médica, estado de persona sin hogar o en crianza temporal, en sus programas y actividades y ofrece el mismo acceso a los Boy Scouts y a otros grupos designados de jóvenes. La discriminación basada en clase protegida incluye acoso sexual, violencia sexual y bullying.

Todas las consultas o preocupaciones referentes a la política de no
discriminación 5145.3 del BUSD o el presentar una denuncia de
discriminación deben ponerse en contacto con:
Las consultas también pueden ser
referidas a:
District Compliance Officer & Title IX Coordinator
Office of the Superintendent, Berkeley Unified School District
2020 Bonar Street, Suite 113
Berkeley, CA 94702
Teléfono: 510.486.9338
Fax: 510.644.7712
Office for Civil Rights
U.S. Department of Education
50 Beale Street, Suite 7200
San Francisco, CA 94105-1813
Teléfono: 415-486-5555
Fax: 415-486-5570; TDD: 800-877-8339