A Community-Wide Partnership to Support Youth from Cradle to College and Career:

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What is the
Oceanside Promise?

A community-wide commitment, anchored by the Oceanside Unified School District, to work together providing youth (and their families) with our best coordinated and data-driven efforts to ensure young people enter adulthood prepared to succeed.

Watch OUSD Superintendent Duane Coleman share his vision for the district with OUSD Leadership team members.

Oceanside Promise: By 2026

0%
of all 3rd graders will be at or exceeding
grade level reading proficiency

0%
of the class of 2026 will be
college and career ready

Collective Impact

Collective Impact

Together as partners we use the
Collective Impact framework to build a community movement to support youth (and their families).

We use rigorous performance management and continuous improvement approaches to make sure we get the job done.  Initially The Promise will focus within the boundaries of Oceanside Unified School District, and over time may expand to include parts of the city of Oceanside covered by other districts.

Why do we need the Promise?

Despite best efforts by all concerned, nearly half of our third graders are not proficient in English Language Arts, and only about 26% of our high school seniors are graduating college-ready. This gives Oceanside youth little chance of reaching adulthood prepared to succeed.

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Why do we need the Promise?

Young people and families are leaving Oceanside for better education and income opportunities and businesses have difficulty finding qualified workers. As a result the tax base, commercial environment, and real estate values remain depressed, while local unemployment and underemployment stay high. Success of our youth means higher employment, lower crime, enhanced property values and business environment, a higher tax base and lower public costs.

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Who will fulfill the Promise?

The Oceanside community as a whole is responsible for the education and success of our youth. The Promise will bring private, non-profit, government, educator, philanthropic and community sectors together in a proven framework to address these issues, strategically and tactically in a coordinated, data-driven long term campaign.

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Who will fulfill the Promise?

The Promise leverages cross-sector and community resources through collaborative strategic planning and implementation of long term sustainable solutions. Each coordinated cross-sector activity is specifically designed to enhance the outcomes of participating Promise partners. To help us remain transparent with our partners and the community, the Promise will release a community report every year outlining the metrics to help us measure progress on the above five community goals.

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How will we know we are improving?

We use ongoing data and a continuous improvement process to assure that we are maximizing our effectiveness with our partners and that our partners are aligned around a common set of goals that enhance each partner’s outcomes.

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How will we know we are improving?

The Oceanside community as whole is responsible for the education and success of our youth. To help us remain transparent to our partners and the community, the Promise will to release a community report every year outlining the metrics to help us measure progress on the five community goals below.

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3rd Grade Star Test Proficiency
English Language Arts
47.8%
Mathematics
38.6%

source: cde.ca.gov

Seniors A-G Graduates
Oceanside High School
33.3%
El Camino HIgh School
39.3%

source: OUSD data

Seniors Passed EAP
Oceanside High School
22%
El Camino HIgh School
27%

source: OUSD data

OUSD Cohort Graduates
All Students
87%
English Learners
69.3%

The partnership is currently considering measuring its impact
on four community goals:


Safety, Health, & Well-being

Safety, Health, & Well-being

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Early Childhood Success

Early Childhood Success

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College & Career Readiness

Postsecondary Completion

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What are we working on first?

The Promise Leadership Table is currently forming and will determine priorities in the coming months.


The more hands and hearts are involved…
the greater the impact we can make.

To get involved – Please contact us at
Nicole.Magnuson@oside.us