YEARBOOKS ARE COMING!

The 2018 Edition of the Oxbow yearbook is almost here.

Only 100 yearbooks were ordered, but a few copies are still available. The price is only $45.
If students have reserved a yearbook but not paid, they will need to pay in full before they can take home their book.
Estimated delivery date is Friday, May 25, so we hope to start handing them out to students on Tuesday May 29th.

Student Council Members Attend “Senior” Prom

On May 18, a group of Oxbow High School Student Council members attended the “Senior Prom” at the Grafton County Home.

From left to right: Alonna Battis, Lana Wood, McKenna Smith, Meg Hebb, Lara Jones, Tyruss Rosten, and Danielle Gordon.

10th Grade Goes to Lyndon State College

Prom Tickets

Prom tickets for juniors and seniors will be on sale until May 4.  The cost per ticket is $50 please see Mrs. Smith or Ms. Gardner to purchase your ticket.

Oxbow Attends Vermont Day at the Kennedy Institute

On Tuesday, March 27th Mr. Chobanian’s American Government and Politics Dual Enrollment class, alongwith a few others, attended Vermont Day at the Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate in Boston MA. Vermont U.S. Senators have made appearances on this day in the past. The students participated in immersion modules, working with other schools, and debating current legislation and events. Oxbow received a grant from Senator Sanders’ office for free admission. Participants were (l to r) Melanie Sidney, Jessica Daigle, William Moreno, Tessa Brayton   ,Dayna Fisk, Erika Slicer, Adrianna Blair, Faith Hilder, Mr. Chobabian, Hannah Giesing, Izzy Giesing, Danielle Gordon, Jasmine Roden, Ian McKnelly, Lincoln Ilsley.

WE WANT YOUR OLD PROM PICTURES!

On May 19, Oxbow will host a “Snapshot in Time” prom at Dowds Inn in Lyme, New Hampshire. This year’s prom committee is looking for old prom pictures from Oxbow alumni to use as decorations.

Please send your old prom pictures to lgardner@oxbowhs.org or post them on the Oxbow Website. 

Up, Up and Away!

 

Oxbow’s 8th grade science students demonstrate the relationship between temperature, volume and pressure with several successful launches of the tissue paper hot-air balloons they created.

Oxbow Students Commemorate Those Lost to School Violence

In a brief ceremony on March 14, students gathered at the flagpole at 10:00 a.m. to light 17 candles and maintain 17 minutes of silence in honor of all students who have been victims of violence in U.S. schools, including the 17 recently killed in Florida.

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 .