Financial Operations, Student Services Department, Technology, Student Registration, Edu-Care Program, and Title I.
The offices are located on the top floor of the Oxford Community Center located at 4 Maple Road in Oxford, MA.
District Mission Statement
"It is the vision of the Oxford Public Schools that all students will be prepared to enter the 21st century as globally
prepared people with a base in technology, an appreciation for learning, and an understanding of the diversity they
will meet each day. Further, the Oxford Public Schools will challenge, educate, and nurture all students by maximizing
each child’s ability and potential through programs integrated with the community, industry, and post-secondary schools."
Office of the Superintendent of Schools
The responsibilities of the Financial Operations staff are broad in the School District. Their overall goal
is to support the educational mission of the District by administering the financial functions and ensuring
all laws, policies and procedures pertaining to those functions are followed, and proper internal controls exist.
Some responsibilities of the staff members include:
- Assisting with development of the School Department's Annual Capital and Operating Budget;
- Processing accounts payable invoices and the School Department's weekly accounts payable warrant;
- Procuring goods and services in compliance with applicable laws, policies, and procedures;
- Handling District revenue deposits and bank reconciliation of all activity accounts; and
- Overseeing grants, fiscal/budgetary reporting, and audit functions.
Public Records Requests - Records Access Officer
In accordance with the amended Commonwealth of Massachusetts Public Records Law, Chapter 121 of the Acts of 2016,
the Oxford Public Schools has designated Mark Garceau, Ed.D., Superintendent of Schools, as the Records Access Officer
(RAO), the individual who is responsible for responding to Public Records Requests. Dr. Garceau may be contacted by
telephone at 508-987-6050 x1111, by email at email@example.com, or by written correspondence sent to his attention at
4 Maple Road in Oxford, MA. The duties of the Records Access Officer (RAO) are established by statute and include:
within 10 business days, unless the record is not available in an electronic format or the requestor does not have the ability
to receive or access the records in a useable electronic format. The RAO may determine that a fee will be assessed to respond
to a request; if this is the case, a good faith estimate will be provided to the requestor for the production of the records along with
a reasonable time frame for when the records will be provided. For questions or additional information, please contact the Office
of the Superintendent. Thank you.