Follow-up on Tuesday 10/17/2017 bus fire

“The actual cause was a hydraulic line that started leaking while the bus was in transit to Oxbow High School. When the bus arrived at Oxbow, the hydraulic line ruptured and sprayed oil onto the engine causing the fire to ignite and spread.
Students and staff were not in danger and the school personnel took the appropriate steps to ensure everyone’s safety”.

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