In this episodes, segments focus on students’ involvement in the community. Also segments cover the fall sports’ wrap-up and basketball preview.
At the basketball games tonight students will be recording using their iPads and streaming them live on the internet. Game films will also be archived for a time and can be reviewed on the site. We’re hoping to make this a permanent feature of our sports programs. Last week we successfully broadcast the basketball games using ustream.tv. Since then we’ve contacted High School Cube to stream our games. Tonight will be our first test of HSC Live. Tune in starting at 3pm at our channel:
Here is the “winning” video for the Spanish 2 video contest. Students in the Spanish 2 class were asked to create a video showing their mastery of “Informal Tú Commands”, as well as creating excuses in the present-progressive tense. Within this video they created a scene in which parents were commanding their daughter to do various chores around the home, and the daughter came up with countless excuses. Enjoy!
More videos are found at Mrs. Fooshée’s YouTube Channel
It is hard to forget the frigid temperatures and blowing wind that were a reality for Kansas last winter. Staying warm was the top priority for citizens throughout the country. This year the Oxford FFA would like to help fill that need by hosting the Warm Community Coat Drive. The FFA will be collecting gently used and new coats, gloves, scarves and other cold weather apparel now through December 7. You may drop of your items at the following places:
Oxford Jr/Sr High School- 515 N. Water Street
Oxford Elementary School
Monetary donations are also greatly appreciated. Please contact Ashley Watt at 620-455-2410 or email@example.com with any questions. We are also willing to pick up donations if you cannot make it to any of the drop off locations.
Photo: Andrew Coyle
The Wildcat Newspaper is created by Junior High classes. Our November edition can be found here: