Kindergarteners got their hands dirty this week, not only with worms, but also doing community service. They worked to help clean up the flower beds in Cave Park. Our kids love being a part of this community take pride in doing their part to make Oxford a great place to play and live. ... See MoreSee Less
Tell us more about these worms...where are they coming from?
With grant money from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, we purchased red wigglers and nightcrawlers to study and learn about vermicomposting. Worms are nature's recyclers, so they are a great way to introduce our kids to the concept of recycling or to further their understanding of how to conserve resources and protect our world.
Monday is going to be a busy day! Spring individual pictures will be taken tomorrow, the Booster Club Winter Sports Banquet is at 7pm in the OHS Commons, and the Facility Steering Committee Meeting is at 7pm in the OHS Library. ... See MoreSee Less
4th, 5th, and 6th graders worked hard at the Old Mill this afternoon. We are so proud of our kids and the pride they have in their school and community. A big thank you also to Phil K., Kenny T., John P., and PeeWee G. for their help cutting and hauling brush. We couldn't have done it without you all! ... See MoreSee Less