Mr. Alex Senar
Monday through Friday 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
For questions, please call 626-967-6354 x50201
or email Mrs. Aguirre, Office Manager at:
Regular School Day Hours (Monday through Fri): 8:00 am - 2:40 pm
PLEASE COMPLETE DATA CONFIRMATION BEFORE REGISTRATION DATE.
Every year Charter Oak USD requires all new and returning students to complete the Data Confirmation process. This is an opportunity for parents to edit/confirm emergency contacts, review school-site policies, and renew the yearly authorizations. This process must be completed for every student before classes/teachers will be officially assigned.
***Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis) vaccination and all other required immunizations are required for all incoming 7th and NEW 8th grade students*** Students will not be allowed to pick up a schedule or attend classes until proof of vaccination is submitted. If you have your child's proof of vaccination already, please bring it to the school office ASAP during the office hours listed above.
The 2020-2021 Data Confirmation/Student Pre-Registration window will open on July 20, 2020.
Charter Oak Online Enrollment allows you to quickly start the process of enrolling a brand new student from any internet device. Information about the student such as emergency contacts, medical and language information will be collected. Upon completion, the school-site is electronically notified.
This Enrollment process is NOT necessary for any student that was enrolled during the 19-20 school year and is moving up to the next grade level. Only NEW students to the district wanting to enroll in Charter Oak Unified School District need to complete this process.
Welcome to Royal Oak Middle School in the Charter Oak Unified School District. Royal Oak Middle School, a California Distinguished School, Gifted and Talented Education Academy (GATE), Performing Arts Academy and Project Lead The Way (PLTW)/STEAM, serves students in grades 7-8 in a student-centered, professional learning community that connects the elementary years with the high school experience.
Small Learning Communities/Cores: Cores focus on meeting the particular needs of the middle grades adolescent.
Positive Behavior Interventions, Capturing Kids Hearts and Character Counts: Modeling and teaching students the value of Respect, Fairness, Honesty, Citizenship, Trustworthiness and Caring
Mix It Up Model School/No One Eats Alone Program
Student-Led Conferences: Royal Oak students take responsibility for their learning and set goals which they share with their parents during Student Led Conference
Middle School Athletic League: Football, Cross Country, Volleyball, Basketball and Track & Field
Exciting and Innovative Elective Offerings: Award-winning Drama and Choir programs, Award-Winning Color Guard/Winter Guard Competitive Team, Associated Student Body (ASB)/Leadership Class, Basic Living/Cooking/Sewing, Technology, TV Media/Broadcasting, Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID), Instrumental Music, Yearbook, Project Lead the Way Gateway to Engineering, VEX Robotics
Rigorous Academic Challenges: Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) Academy, Los Angeles County History Day Project, Los Angeles County Science and Engineering Fair, VEX Robotics Competition Team, Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Engineering, Design and Robotics, Scripps Spelling Bee, Glendora Library Battle of the Books Competitive Team
Parent Involvement Opportunities: Parent Teacher Association (PTA); School Site Council (SSC); English Language Acquisition Committee (ELAC).
If you have any questions, or need to speak with a staff member, please contact the Royal Oak Main Office at (626) 967-6354.
Come to Royal Oak- We are looking for students, parents, community and staff members who are willing to join us on this exciting and adventurous mission of learning and self-discovery for our students. Hablamos Espanol.
Royal Oak Middle School was a clear leader in getting students to grade-level and beyond and has been named to the 2018 – 2019 Honor Roll. The 2018 - 2019 Honor Roll recognizes public elementary, middle, and high schools that demonstrate high levels of student academic achievement, improvement in achievement over time, and reduction in achievement gaps.
Through national research, we have identified a common set of success factors in higher performing Honor Roll schools and districts. These include clear, specific learning objectives aligned to college and career readiness, along with: