The musical performance, Robin Hood, will now be on the following dates:
Friday and Saturday, April 5, and 6, at 7 p.m.
Sunday, April 7, at 2 p.m
There will not be a performance on Thursday evening, it has been moved to Friday evening at 7pm.
All practices are cancelled today, Friday, March 22 due to the weather.
The National Honors Society here at Oxbow High School is doing some amazing work with Rise Against Hunger. Students and staff will be buying and packaging 30,000 meals here at OHS. These meals with go to families in need here and around the world.
For more information visit: https://www.riseagainsthunger.org/
23 Oxbow students and 3 staff members traveled to Spain, they will be spending three weeks in Madrid. Here are some photos to start off the trip.
Our first day out!Los hermanos!On the plane!
Our first day revealed that this trip will prove to be much more than we had ever imagined. We started with breakfast prepared in the homey cafetería of the school. The chefs there, a married couple that gives you the good vibes grandparent feel, made for us churros, cakes, and hot chocolate for breakfast. Then onward to the ayuntamiento where we were welcomed by the mayor to our new home Villanueva del Pardillo. The afternoon was spent touring the city of Madrid with our hosts and getting to know the public transportation system. We’re quickly finding that this trip is teaching us not just the differences between the countries and languages but also much about city and country life. An eye opener in so many ways us.
Today, 10th grade core partnered with Kevin Lawrence (RBCTC) to arrange for our sophomores to have 30 minute visits and tours of local Bradford businesses. Mike Kimber gave us a tour at Copeland Furniture Manufacturing plant. Mike McCabe showed us the Red Kite Candy operation. Scott Sargent showed us his facility (Sargent Metalworks) and shared his story. Julian Stephens took us through the operation at Stephens Precision.
When not touring students were charged with a project to explore careers, research and write about their career choice based on exploration and create a poster reflecting their choice.
Here are some photos from the trip!
(more to come)
Girls Varsity Basketball Championship Game
Saturday, March 9th at 7:30pm
Tickets will be sold at Oxbow High School until 4:30pm today.
Balcony- $9 Bleachers- $8 Students $5
or buy them online at:https://gofan.co/app/school/VPA
We have 9 tickets left to sell for the Girls Varsity Semi-final game TONIGHT at the Barre Aud!
First come, first serve!
They will be on sale until 4pm today!
Students: $5Adults/Seniors: $8
36 Oxbow Drive
Bradford, VT 05033