We are so incredibly excited to have you as a member of our Ocean View family! Click here to register for Kindergarten. Then email or visit the school office and bring the following: child's birth certificate, immunization records, and (2) proof of residence. If you have any questions, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is for students who are new or returning to our district or are changing schools within our district.
School boundaries, bus pass application, and bus schedules are found here.
Click here to do your Daily Self-Screening
”The safety and health of Lucia Mar students and staff is a top priority. TEAM Lucia Mar stands ready to continue providing the highest quality of education, care, and support for our students when we reopen to in-person instruction.”
~Paul Fawcett, Ed.D, Superintendent
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Our school counselor has created a Virtual Counseling Office for students to explore and access social/emotional resources.
What is PTO? How can I get involved?
It is more important than ever to know your Lucia Mar Google login during distance learning, the tools available to you, and how to ask for help if you need it. Check out our quick links to help you out!
We know this is a challenging time for everyone. If you are looking for enrichment for your students, LMUSD has created links for online, optional learning resources for students.
If a concern for your child arises, or if you would like counseling support, please fill out this form.
This document is a helpful, Clever log-in guide.
Homelink is our parent and student portal. It uses Aeries, which is Lucia Mar Unified School’s student information system. Homelink will be your connection to student’s attendance, grades, and much more.
We are proud of our Oak Ambassadors, who are guests on this show at 14:40 minutes. Join Walkin’ California host Steve Weldon as he explores the Pismo Preserve, nearly 900 acres of hilly pastureland overlooking the Pacific Ocean on California’s central coast. Young “oak ambassadors” share the preserve’s flora and fauna, and Steve discovers why acquiring this land was so critical to the survival of the area’s wildlife.
Check out the fun photos from the Apex Fun Run!