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Students should limit checking in and out of school this year due to the new House Bill 1530. Under the new law, students must be in school for at least 63 percent of the instructional day to be considered present for the day. The Oxford School District Board of Trustees updated the District’s School Attendance Policy to be in compliance with the new law. Click here to review the updated policy.
Stay connected with the Oxford School District through our new e-newsletter. Receive stories, breaking news, and announcements from the Oxford School District delivered right in your mailbox. The e-newsletter is a great way to stay up-to-date with school news and more. To sign up, visit our district home page and fill in your email address to subscribe today. We will be doing a soft launch of the e-newsletter in early November, so stay tuned!
Because of the economy or other unfortunate circumstances, some children rely on the schools for most of their meals. During the week the breakfasts and lunches from the schools are great, but often on the weekends they don't have much to eat. Lovepacks is a program that puts together easy-to-open food in "Lovepacks" and delivers them to students who need them. To continue this program, WE NEED YOUR HELP! Click the headline to learn more about the program and what you can do!
Please remember to check your child's backpack every day. We try to send home daily notes that inform you of your child's behavior that day, along with notification of any supplies they need or other random information that pertains to their classes. Also, if your child misses a day, please be sure that you send an excuse with them when they return.