Oxford High School is happy to be offering a free course in “Becoming Computer Fluent and Computer Literate". This course is for all teachers,
parents, guardians, and members of the community who act as co-educators of our
children. No previous knowledge of computers is necessary.It is your chance to get answers to all of
those computer and technology questions that you have had on your mind for
Time:Due to Election Day, the next class will be held onWednesday November 9, 2016 from 6:00 – 7:30 PM Place:Oxford High School - Mr. PC’s Classroom – C103
How do I sign-up?
Come to class whenever you can! Registration or sign-up is not necessary. All adults in the Oxford School community are welcome. Looking forward to meeting all of you!
Instructor: Mr. Painchaud has volunteered his time to share his knowledge as a community service outreach to all members of the Oxford Public School District Community. If you have questions or need more information please email Jim Painchaud at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Mr. PC please visit Mr. PC’s online classroom at www.quia.com/profiles/mrpc
The OHS Art department would like to express our deepest gratitude for the ongoing support of the Janet Malser Humanities Trust. Over the past four years, we have received over $50,000 towards the creation and enhancement of the courses offered here at OHS. This year's Annual Night of the Arts was the biggest we've had yet with over 700 pieces of artwork on display. A steady stream of attendees comprised of students, parents, faculty and community members made the night a huge success. Thanks to the Janet Malser grant funds, our students are able to work with clay and digital photography as a means to finding their inner artist. Printmaking will be a new addition with the grant received in April as well as more resources for displaying all of the beautiful work created by our student artists.
Thank you Janet Malser Humanities Trust. We couldn't have done it without you.
Posted Jun 7, 2016, 5:02 AM by Oxford Public Schools
At a special School Committee meeting April 7th, the committee voted to withdraw its request for an override on the town meeting warrant and on the annual town election ballot. Immediately following the vote, we unanimously voted to request an override for fiscal year 2018.
While the decision to delay the override was a difficult one, the committee is unwavering in our advocacy for additional monetary resources to better meet the needs of our students, but wants to ensure that sufficient time is given for the successful passage of an override.
Below are links to our Massachusetts district and school report cards. An overview is provided in addition to the report cards. The purpose of the report card is to give parents information about their child’s school in terms of academic achievement and the professional qualifications of its teachers. By making this information available each year, parents will learn how their school is doing, what its goals are, and what they can do to work more effectively with their teachers and administrators.