Marking 100 years since the first World War, Kingsbury students and teachers paid tribute to family and community members who risked their lives for the red, white and blue on the morning of Friday, Nov. 9. Veterans were honored with a breakfast and a ceremony led by Kingsbury students. During the ceremony, the Middle School […]
Leonard Elementary saluted veterans Friday morning with the school’s annual Veterans Day celebration. A total of 21 servicemen attended. After enjoying a complimentary breakfast, they were interviewed by fifth-graders about their military experiences. Following the interviews, some of the students recited poetry they wrote to honor veterans for their service and sacrifices. For a whole […]
When is a pie more than just a pie? When it’s been handmade with love by the students in the Learning Opportunities for Tomorrow (LOFT) program. On Friday and Monday, LOFT students spent hours preparing 250 apple pies at LakePoint Community Church in Oxford Township as part of their annual fund-raiser. “This is a big […]
Touting a few improvements and addressing what else can be bettered, Oxford Schools’ finances were discussed Oct. 30 as the board of education went over the 2018 audit report. The numbers were presented by Jacob Sopczynski, who works with the Flint-based Yeo and Yeo, a firm hired by the district to go over its books. […]
When these Clear Lake Elementary students leave their classrooms, they get busy drafting mission and vision statements for their school. “When you’ve got elementary kids learning how to do mission and vision statements – and I wrestle with 40-year-olds who don’t know how to do that – it’s incredible. It’s incredible that we’re preparing kids […]
Leonard Elementary students didn’t let the rain stop them from showing off their Halloween looks to the bystanders who came out to watch the yearly parade. The kids even got a little candy along the way, passed out by employees of the nearby Cooper Standard.
There was no shortage of spooky fun Friday night when Lakeville Elementary School hosted its annual haunted house and fall festival. For more spooky photos, check out a copy of this week’s Oxford Leader.
To raise money for the PTO, Leonard Elementary teachers painted pumpkins for students to take home. Themes ranged from a spooky spider chilling out on a cobweb, to a friendly unicorn, to the familiar face of wizard Harry Potter. Students were able to enter a drawing and winners were given the pumpkins to sport in […]
On top of the opportunities given to students through Oxford Crossroads Day School and Oxford Bridges High School, Oxford Schools is partnering with another organization to lend a helping hand to students who are at risk of dropping out. Graduation Alliance, a company that focuses on helping at-risk students finish high school at their own […]
Oxford High School’s chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) recently inducted 49 new members. They’re pictured above along with the current NHS officers. (Back row) Jillian Beall-President, Aleah Dymond, Peter Burean, John Keller, Paige Palmer, Paul DeAngelis, Scott Masterson, Alexander Lundy, Trevor Wallace, Max Jenson, Caleb Watson, Katie Perry. (Third row) Audrey Krause-Treasurer, Maeghan […]