- Board Approved Learning Continuity Plan
- OFY San Bernardino Parent Budget Overview 2020
- OFY-SB Handbook 21-22
- Digital Student Planner
- OFY Blog
Check out the OFY blog for homework tips, college and career prep, and other helpful information specially crafted for students and parents. Subscribe to ensure you never miss a blog post!
- Khan Academy
Khan Academy offers 24 hour math help and is a great resource no matter what subject you’re working on.
- Family Assist Spot: (760) 949-4357
Family Assist Spot is a great resource for free tutoring, counseling, computer use and much more. Give them a call to get more information.
For additional information, please visit https://ofy-sb.org/resources/
Post Secondary Counselor
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- Graduation planning
- Community service opportunities
- Post-high school plans
- College Applications
- Financial Aid Applications
- Upcoming events
- Work Permits
English Language Development Master Plan
2020-2021 District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) Archives:
Below you’ll find a few numbers for different counseling resources:
- Counseling for ages 0-15 (Transition Age Youth) – (760) 245-4695
- Jobs and counseling for ages 16-25 – (760) 243-5417
- Parent Project – (909) 477-2625
You’re one stop shop for college essentials including SAT testing information, college application planning, and even scholarship searches.
SAT Test Dates
The College Board site has a wealth of information but one page you might want to bookmark is the SAT Test Dates and Deadlines page. Here you’ll find everything you need to know about upcoming tests and is a great place to start preparing for the actual test day.
ACT Test Dates
For any students interested in taking the ACT test, make sure to take a look at upcoming test dates and registration deadlines. The ACT website is also another great resource while applying for college so take a look around the rest of the site as well.
Community Resource Guide
Community resources for food distribution, education, and mental health.
San Bernardino County Library
Not only is your local library is a great resource for books but you can also find information on local community events.