Like Oakland Unified, West Contra Costa faces budget deficits and sought help from its county office of education.
West Contra Costa Unified will give community committee updated information by November, according to settlement agreement.
West Contra Costa Unified has also launched a recruiting website and added new teacher training to attract and retain educators.
West Contra Costa Unified, which already has two K-8 schools, plans to expand three more elementary schools to K-8 starting in the fall.
Matthew Duffy said his primary goals are raising student achievement and reducing teacher turnover.
In response to warnings of potential ICE raids, Oakland reiterates support for undocumented immigrant families.
County offices of education are working with districts identified for "differentiated assistance" due to poor performance by student subgroups.