Oakland Unified School District Feeder Pattern Reports 2007-2008

 

Feeder Pattern Report By Sending Schools (Elementary-Middle-High School)

 

Feeder Pattern Report By Receiving Schools (High School-Middle-Elementary)

 

OUSD Feeder Pattern Information

 

The feeder patterns of the Oakland Unified School District are geographically based.  Each address within the city is located within the boundaries of one elementary school, one middle school (or elementary school offering middle grades), and one high school.  Refer to Table 1, Address Feeder School Table, for examples of addresses and the school boundaries in which they are located.

 

Address

Elementary

Middle School

High School

2500 Wallace St

Manzanita

Roosevelt

Oakland HS

2450 E 28th St

Manzanita

Edna Brewer

Oakland HS

2700 Fruitvale Ave

Manzanita

Bret Harte

Skyline

2474 26th Ave

Manzanita

Calvin Simmons

Fremont

2220 Inyo Ave

Manzanita

Roosevelt

Fremont

 

Table 1 – Address Feeder School Table

 

 

Some elementary school boundaries are not completely contained within the boundary of a single middle school.  Some middle school boundaries also cross the boundaries of multiple high schools.  Refer to Figure 1, Manzanita Elementary School Feeder Patterns, for an example of an elementary school which feeds multiple middle schools and high schools.

 

Figure 1 – Manzanita Elementary School Feeder Patterns

 

Feeder Pattern Reports Descriptions

 

The Feeder Pattern Report – By Sending Schools

 

The Feeder Pattern Report – By Sending Schools lists elementary schools in alphabetical order and indicates the middle schools and high schools they feed.  The number of students living within the attendance area of the elementary school is listed.  This total includes all students in grades K-12 that live within the attendance boundary of the school.  The number and percentage of students who live within the feeder pattern of each middle school/high school combination are also listed.

 

The Feeder Pattern Report – By Receiving Schools

 

The Feeder Pattern Report – By Receiving Schools lists each comprehensive high school along with the middle schools and elementary schools within it’s feeder pattern.  The number of students living within the attendance area of each middle school and elementary school are listed.  Please note that the totals for the middle schools are not the sum of the totals for the elementary schools (remember, elementary schools may feed more than one middle school).  These totals include all students in grades K-12 that live within the attendance boundary of the school.  The number and percentage of students who live within the feeder pattern for each elementary/middle combination are also listed.  The middle school totals for students living within the feeder pattern are the sums of the totals for the elementary schools listed.