Our first report from Channel 358 is now available:
We are starting a new program at Oxford named ‘Life of a Wildcat.’ This program is derived from a training that happened last spring in Wellington over John Underwoods Life of an Athlete. It will focus on encouraging athletes to make productive decisions ranging from training, eating correctly, sleeping habits and drug and alcohol usage. We would like to take it a step further and include all extra-curricular activities. The Life of a Wildcat Committee would like to empower our students to help themselves and others make decisions that will increase their skill and ability in whatever endeavor they are a part of.
Tuesday night we will be hosting a Code of Conduct night that will roll out the program. The evening will address student’s, coaches, and parent’s role/expectations within the program. We would like anyone (students, coaches/sponsors, and parents) that plans to participate in ANY extracurricular activity in the 2014-2015 school year to attend. We hope to see you there!
Life of a Wildcat- Code Night
Tuesday, September 2
If you have any further questions feel free to contact Ashley Watt or Sherry White.
The 2014-15 School year is starting soon. Enrollment begins July 31, 1pm – 6pm and resumes August 1st, 9am – 3pm. Elementary students will enroll at the elementary school and Jr/Sr. High students will enroll at the high school.
The Kansas All-Star Fund is again providing $100 gift cards to every kindergarten-12th grade Oxford student. Kansas Star representatives will have a table in the high school commons during enrollment hours. Simply show your enrollment papers and they will present you will the card.
PDF Enrollment Forms
For your convenience we’ve prepared PDF forms to speed up the enrollment process. Please complete these forms for each student and bring them with you to enroll.
Sports & Physicals
Students in grades 6-12 who plan to participate in a school sponsored sport need to have a current, signed physical on file prior to the first day of practice. Dr. Brad Swanson will be at the high school to provide sports physicals on Tuesday August 5th beginning at 5pm. Dr. Swanson donates a portion of his fee to the Oxford Booster Club.
This year’s watermelon run will be on September 6th at 7:30am. Please complete the following form if you would like to participate in this year’s run.
For more information please contact either:
Kim Silhan (620) 455-3814 – Kim.firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick Ruyle (620) 218- 3339 – email@example.com
FREE SUMMER LUNCHES FOR CHILDREN 1YR -18YRS OLD!
MAY 27TH – July 17TH MONDAY –THURSDAY
SERVING TIME: 11:30AM-12:30PM
THE OXFORD SCHOOL CAFETERIA and THE GEUDA SPRINGS CITY BUILDING
The Summer Food Service Program is funded by The Food and Nutrition Service, an agency of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture at the federal level. The Ks. State Dept. of Education administers the funds at the state level and Oxford Schools has this summer, contracted to prepare and serve lunches May 27th through July 17th to local children from the Oxford and Geuda Springs area.
Just as learning does not end when school lets out, neither does the need for good nutrition. The Summer Food Service Program provides free, nutritious meals to help children get the nutrition they need to learn, play and grow throughout the summer months.
NO INCOME REQUIREMENTS MUST BE MET TO PARTICIPATE EACH DAY!
On the way to summer school, Bible school, the pool, or just to see friends. Come join us for lunch!!
Adults can also eat for a nominal fee. More information and menus will be sent home with students later in May.
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The final episode of the 2013-2014 school year, created by sixth grade students.
See some of the end-of-the-year activities for seniors and learn their future plans.