Vision:

Through meaningful relationships, intentional inclusivity, and responsive instruction Chabot Elementary interrupts inequitable practices and challenges biases. We uncover and remove the predictability of success and failure that correlates to any social or cultural factor. As a community, we discover and cultivate the unique gifts, talents, and interests of every human being.

Mission:

Chabot students are valued and empowered so that they are able to take academic risks, problem solve, make connections, and use evidence to think critically. Students develop empathy, awareness, and perspective-taking in order to support each other, celebrate differences, and be agents of change.

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Prospective Student Information

Chabot News

Oratorical Festival — Friday, January 29 at 2:30 pm

Oratorical Festival — Friday, January 29 at 2:30 pm

Each year Chabot students join with students from all over our city to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by memorizing and dramatically presenting a famous or original poem, speech, or piece of literature.  Representatives from Chabot are then selected to go on to the...

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Student Site Council Invites You to Learn More About SSTs and IEPs

Student Site Council Invites You to Learn More About SSTs and IEPs

Does your child have a 504 plan?  An IEP?  Do you need an SST?  What the What?? For many of our children, the journey in early education begins with a realization that learning may come with some challenges.  No one learns the same.  Some of our children have unique...

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OUSD Reopening: Info & Listening Sessions

OUSD Reopening: Info & Listening Sessions

Please join us for an upcoming Reopening Info & Listening Session scheduled through February and hosted by OUSD Board Directors. Upcoming dates include January 25 and February 1 - both starting at 5:30 pm. Each session will cover the following topics: State and...

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42nd Annual OUSD Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Oratorical Festival

42nd Annual OUSD Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Oratorical Festival

This year, one of Chabot’s hallmark events, the Oratorical Festival, will happen in the virtual world! Each year Chabot students join with students from all over our city to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by memorizing and dramatically presenting a famous or...

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URGENT – Possible Power Outages

URGENT – Possible Power Outages

Dear Chabot Community, By now, most of you are probably aware that our school and area around it might be affected by the upcoming PG&E power shutdown starting tomorrow evening and possibly lasting for several days. Please see OUSD's message from earlier this...

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Chabot Move-a-Thon!

Chabot Move-a-Thon!

Ready, set, MOVE! Let’s get moving Bobcats! Welcome to Chabot Elementary’s 1st Move-a-Thon! During this period of remote learning, help our students get those wiggles out and earn money toward our school by participating in the Move-a-Thon! This will be a FUN event...

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Upcoming Events

  • January 26:   SSC (School Site Council Establishment Meeting)  7:00 pm  

  • January 28:   Prospective Family Tour - Virtual  7:00 pm  

  • January 29:   Oratorical Festival  2:30 pm  

  • February 12:   All School Assembly  2:30 pm  

Important Links

Meal Application
Titan School Solutions
PLEASE COMPLETE REGARDLESS OF INCOME – WE NEED EVERY FAMILY TO SUBMIT!!!

Do you have a working device for every child? Internet?

To borrow a Chromebook email Margaret.Thorp@ousd.org
To apply for a free PERMANENT Chromebook and/or hotspot fill out the #OaklandUndivided survey

Is your family in need of assistance with food, bills, or other essentials?
Email chabothelpinghands@gmail.com

Tech Support

  1. Find an answer at Tech Support: Accessing School Online
  2. Reach out to your classroom mailing lists to receive (and give!!)  tech support from other families.
  3. Contact tech@chabotelementary.org with questions that are not resolved by any of the above, or to share tech support solutions/insights with the broader school community.