Monday and Tuesday this week are normal Hybrid learning days. Cohort A will be IN PERSON and Cohort B will be at home. Any students changing groups (whether full remote or in person) should be logging in with their new groups as they did before vacation. Please reach out to your child’s guidance counselor or teachers directly if they are having any issues with this. Their schedule in PowerSchool should reflect their new class/teacher schedule. Full remote students will continue with this new schedule the remainder of the school year. All students who are starting FULL IN PERSON should report to school starting this WEDNESDAY 4/28/2021. Students can be dropped off starting at 7:10am and should be dropped off in the parent drop off area, not in front of the main doors. Students dropped off should enter via the 6th grade hallway under the Oxford Middle School sign. Mr. Lavelle will be outside to help direct students in the morning. Please pull all the way up and watch for students walking and being dropped off.
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During the month of March, Oxford’s Superintendent Screening Subcommittee, with the assistance of NESDEC consultant, Dr. Randall Collins, met to review applications and interview candidates for the position of Superintendent of Schools. With a candidate profile in hand, the Screening Subcommittee reviewed over thirty (30) applications. The Subcommittee selected six (6) candidates to participate in preliminary interviews. Following the preliminary interviews, and after much thought, discussion, and reflection, the Screening Subcommittee recommended four (4) semi-finalists for further consideration by the Oxford School Committee. The School Committee interviewed the four (4) semi-finalists at length and in-person over the course of two evenings. Following the interviews and extensive deliberation, the School Committee voted to move two (2) finalists to the next round.
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.
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