School Photo

Our Mission

Gehringer Elementary School is a Professional Learning Community committed to working collaboratively in an ongoing process of collective inquiry and action research so all students can reach their full individual potential. We hold high expectations for our students and have a belief that every student can learn. We work together to create a Caring School Community which promotes tolerance, respect, and personal responsibility with the goal of providing a safe nurturing learning environment in which students can learn.

Principal Photo

Yearbooks on sale

Yearbooks will be on sale soon! $16.00 each. Limited quantity sold. First come, first served. Order forms will be coming soon.

Attendance Winners for March

Congrats to the following classes!
Kinder: Hagen 98.28%
2nd/3rd: 98.15%
5th: O'Shea 98.93%
SDC: 93.33%
School Wide: 95.8%

City of Oakley Science Week April 18-25th

The City of Oakley Science Week returns, including past favorites and exciting new workshops! Science week activities will be held daily, between April 18th and 25th.

Participants up to age 17 will receive a stamp on their "Passports" at each workshop they attend throughout the week. Participants with a minimum of five stamps at the conclusion of the Science Week program will receive a special prize; one winner per "Passport". Child care is not provided at any workshops, some workshops may require a parent/adult to supervise. This is a free program, registration is not required.

For more information, call Cindy at (925) 625-7044 or email:

See side bar for more information!

OUESD District Web Site

Safety First for All Children

The Oakley School District is committed to providing a safe environment for all children at school and at home. We have had no reports of firearms on any of our campuses and much of the credit must go to you the parents. One of the easiest ways to prevent an accidental shooting at home or school is to make sure all firearms are properly stored. It is not only the logical, common sense thing to do, but it is now the law. California law holds that an adult may be held criminally liable if a firearm is improperly stored.

If you have a disability and need this publication in an alternate format, please contact Heather Partida, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent at 925-625-5050

Disclaimer: We have made reasonable attempts to insure our web site is educationally sound and does not have links to any questionable material. The Oakley Union Elementary School District is not responsible for the content of external web sites. Links from this site should not be construed as an endorsement, explicit or implied, of the organization, facility or information contained within those web sites.

The Oakley Union Elementary School District encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. Individuals who require special accommodations (American Sign Language interpreter, reader, assistive listening device, note taker, taped text, Braille or large print materials, accessible seating, etc.) should contact the Superintendent’s office. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact Heather Partida at 925-625-5050 in advance of your participation or visit.



Progress Reports go home


5th Gr Middle School Presentation 8:15


Teacher Appreciation Week


Gehringer Open House6-7:30pm! This is also a fundraising night for Gehringer at either Panera or Panda!! See side bar for flier. Must have flier with you for Gehringer to get credit!


Kinder Orientation 5-5:30pm in library


4th Gr Gold Dust play 5:30pm in cafeteria


4th Grade Walk Thru


1st Gr Parent Workshop 1:30pm room 14 (Current Kinders)


1st Gr Smith Farm Field Trip


NO SCHOOL - Holiday


5th Grade Walk Thru


2nd Gr Jelly Belly Field Trip 8:30-2:00


5th Gr Celebration


Field Day 10a-1p




Kindergarten Celebration


Parent Volunteer TEA

Gehringer Elementary School 100 Simoni Ranch Road Oakley, CA 94561 925-625-7070
Last Modified: Friday, Apr. 24, 2015