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Enrichment Learning Packets and Information

posted Mar 23, 2020, 5:32 AM by Amy Belhumeur
All teachers have uploaded packets to the main site, and many will also be using google classroom to connect with your students over the coming days and weeks.  These learning packets are not meant to replace the educational experience in the classroom, but rather supplement and support the work these students have already done, keep them connected to their peers and their teachers, and help keep part of the focus of the next few weeks on learning.  

All learning packets can be found here under the link for Oxford Middle School:  E Learning Packets  (or in the link at the bottom left hand column entitled "Enrichment Lesson Packets").   There are also music, art, PE, and STEM activities that are available to all, even if your child is not in the classes this quarter.  There will also be links from the counselors on SEL or social emotional learning. 

We, the staff at OMS, recognize that any e-learning and distance learning will not be easy and is a new experience for us all.   The teachers and staff of OMS will be there for any questions, help, concerns you have.  The best way to contact us is via email.  Teachers, counselors and staff have virtual office hours Monday-Friday from 9am-12pm.  They also will be touching base with their students several times a week.  Of course you can contact them at any time, but please allow them up to 24 hours to return your message if it is outside of that time frame. 

Administration will also be checking email and phone messages here at OMS while we are not allowed in the building and will get back to you within 24 hours.  

The Food Service Department has implemented a 
“Grab and Go” meal arrangement, whereby families with students who attend Oxford Public Schools who are eighteen years old and younger may arrive at Oxford High School between 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., Monday-Friday through April 7th, to pick up FREE boxed meals, by driving up to the main entrance and having meals brought out to you as you reach the overhang when walking towards the front doors.