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Summer School/Academic Reminders

Per our school handbook, in order to be promoted to the next grade level students must pass all core curriculum subjects. Students must have a minimum overall grade of 50 in a core subject in order to be eligible for summer school. They may only makeup two (2) courses during summer school. We will be offering the main core subjects during in person classes from July 6-July 28th Monday through Friday. Cost to parents for students to make up classes will be $200 per course. Please check your child’s powerschool and contact their teachers if you have concerns about your child(s) grades and final averages. Grades close for Q4 on June 10th. Letters to parents whose students must attend summer school will go home that week.

We will also be offering a few non-academic opportunities for students. Information about that will go home closer to the end of the school year!

Grades 5-7 Virtual Art Show!

In lieu of an in person art show this year, Mrs. Crutcher has put together slide shows of student work! You can find them linked as google slide presentations via the headline link above!
papa ginos flyer

FOMS Papa Gino's Fundraiser March 22nd!

Help us raise some dough! $ The Friends of Oxford Middle School will earn 20% of all qualifying sales from orders placed on March 22nd from 11am-8pm at the Papa Gino's in Webster, Ma. Please see the flyer for more information!

OMS Winter Newsletter

Click the headline above for a link to our Winter Newsletter with an update on OMS Happenings!

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Our Mission and Vision

The Oxford Public School District engages ALL students in a comprehensive and challenging learning experience through high-quality instruction that supports each student's academic, social, and emotional development, while fostering a commitment to the community so students thrive in a technological global society, prepared for life, college, career, or the military.
It is the vision of the Oxford Public School District that through the implementation of best educational practices, utilizing technology, and rigorous curriculum, our students will lead and shape the future.