Football Meeting June 19th @ 5 PM

We are pleased to announce that Jason Marsh will be our head football coach next school year.

  Oxbow Football will be having an open house on Tuesday June 19th at 5pm. The meeting will take place in the Oxbow high school gym. We will be discussing our upcoming season, off-season camp, questions and answers. If you have any questions please email Jason at swampi28@yahoo.com

Oxbow Holds 8th Grade Recognition Night

As has been a long standing tradition the class of 2022 poses on the front steps for their class picture just prior to their 8th grade recognition ceremony.

Oxbow Athletes Honored

Congratulations to Izzy Giesing and Ben Emerson  for being selected by the Valley News as Athletes of the Year from Oxbow High School.  They will be honored in the June 12th publication of the Valley News and have been invited to a dinner reception at the Fireside Inn on June 19th.  Please join us in congratulating these Oxbow student-athletes!

Fire & EMS Exploring Open House

There will be an informational open house at 7:00 p.m. on March 22 for any students interested in joining the Fire & EMS Exploring group.

 

For more information, contact Chief Wayne Knott, Groton Fire Department, at 802-584-3243.

 

Check out the wide world of Exploring at www.exploring.org .

Art Students Portfolio Day

Upper Valley Portfolio Day

Upper Valley Portfolio Day will be held at AVA Gallery on Friday, March 9 from 10-1.

This is a fantastic opportunity for art students in grades 9-12 to get supportive feedback on their art work and learn more about art programs in college.

So far, five schools confirmed to attend.  They will review student art work as well as share information about their respective college programs.

Confirmed schools include:

Montserrat College of Art

Lesley University

University of Maine

University of New Hampshire

Colby-Sawyer College

Oxbow National Honor Society Donates $2500 To Hurricane Relief

Oxbow High School’s chapter of the National Honor Society has just wrapped up its annual back-to-school fundraiser by donating all $2500 of the money it raised to hurricane relief. Five hundred dollars went to provide homeless and hungry students in a Houston school with free lunches, and $2000 went to help provide Puerto Rico with medical supplies, clean water, and food.

Oxbow’s Chapter of NHS would like to thank all the local businesses that donated items to be raffled off, and all the individuals who supported our fundraiser by buying tickets. All the money that was raised went directly to hurricane victims through Go Fund Me sites or else through the Growing Peace Project of Topsham, Vermont. Thanks for making our annual fundraiser the most successful in years, and please support our efforts to raise money for the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth when we participate in CHAD Hero later this month.

Olympians Run for CHaD

On October 22, the Oxbow High School chapter of the National Honor Society will be sponsoring a team to take part in CHaD HERO, a major fundraising event for the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. You can sponsor the Oxbow team with a donation by going to the CHaD website. The name of the team is “Oxbow Olympians NHS.” If you’d like to join the team. contact NHS Advisor Matthew Madan at mmadan@oxbowhs.org

MMS Grade Reporting System

The easiest way to access the system is through the Oxbow web site. Click on the “MMS” tab on the main menu above and choose the appropriate link.

Students should use their Student ID number and password. If you have any problems, go to Student Services for an account reset.

Parents who already have an account should try their previous username/password. To set up a new account on the system, go to the site and choose the “New Account” option. If you need assistance, contact Bernadette Smith at bsmith@oxbowhs.org.

To access the MMS System without going through the Oxbow website, students should use

https://oesu.neportals.studentinformation.systems/student

Parents should use https://oesu.neportals.studentinformation.systems/parent

New Bus Routes Beginning 6/16

Due to the bridge construction on Route 25B, the bus stops for students in the following areas will be changed, beginning on June 16th:
 
Legion
Cobblestone Alley
High St.
South Pleasant St.
Maple St.
Route 25B
 
 
Temporary bus stops for students who usually get picked up and dropped off in these areas are:
 
1. At the end of South Pleasant and Goshen – 7:35 AM
2. At the intersection of Main St. and Bank St., next to Subway – between 7:35 – 7:45 (3 buses will stop here)
 
This change will be in effect until October 1, 2017.
 
If you have any questions you may call OHS at 222-5214 or ask the bus driver.