#Repost @ousdnews ・・・ During the week before Thanksgiving break, OUSD and partners provided 2,039 COVID vaccine doses. This helped drive Alameda County into 3rd place statewide for pediatric doses delivered thus far. Way to go OUSD Community!
#Repost @ebmsart ・・・ Congrats to the Intermediate art classes, whose mandalas are being featured on one of the trees in Ghirardelli Square! Come by this Friday at 4:30 PM to see if this is the winning tree! If you can’t make it then, the tree will be up until December 28. Great job students! ... See MoreSee Less
Attention 8th Graders and 8th Grade families! Come explore and learn more about some of your High School options in the first OUSD High School Tour Week, starting next Tuesday, December 7th! Check out links and more directly at www.ousd.org/domain/6726. ... See MoreSee Less
Brewer's annual Gratitude Luncheon to appreciate our wonderful staff was a huge success! Thank you to all the families who donated dishes and volunteered time to set up and clean up - you helped make this happen. A huge appreciation to Tessa Beverly, Laura McDonald, Mr. Layne, Ms. Asis, and our custodial staff for making this all come together!... ... See MoreSee Less
Beautiful! SO much to be thankful for this year! Last year this time we were watching the Edna Brewer school tour on Zoom and hoping our son would get in. We are so thankful our son is at such a wonderful school with such caring teachers & staff!
#FBF to Wednesday’s 7th & 8th grade music concert. Our first in-person concert in 21 months! Congrats to the fabulous musicians and many thanks to our outstanding music teachers, Mr. Pitt-Smith and Ms. Holmes. ... See MoreSee Less
Special Virtual Event: •Emory Douglas •November 10 at 5:00 p.m. •Event link can be found on Schoology.
We have an exciting virtual event coming to our school on November 10th. Due to popular demand, we are proud to welcome back Emory Douglas for a presentation followed by a Q&A forum. Mr. Douglas is an American graphic designer who worked as the Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party from 1967 until the Party disbanded in the 1980s. His graphic art was featured in most issues of The Black Panther Newspaper. As the art director, designer, and main illustrator for The Black Panther, Douglas created images that became icons, representing black American struggles during the 1960s and 1970s. Emory will be giving a presentation on his artwork and community service in Oakland.