Monday , May 1st

Last regular dance of the year Friday May 5th the “Aloha Dance” sponsored by the senior class.

Any Juniors interested in earning community service hours helping with set up for home athletic events and/or transport spectators to the track, baseball or softball fields should see Ms. Barnes ASAP

JV Softball vs Lyndon Institute 4:30  Golf @Northfield Country Club  3:00  MS Baseball/Softball @ St. Johnsbury School  4:30

Last regular dance of the year Friday May 5th the “Aloha Dance” sponsored by the senior class.

Attention Seniors – the Jostens Rep. will be here tomorrow during second lunch to hand out announcements.

If you are interested in earning community service points doing Face Painting , see Ms. Richardson in guidance  by tomorrow.

Any student interested in performing a solo or ensemble at the Spring concert, please see Ms. Hal.

Confirm your awards night status by checking the list in the guidance office.

Juniors please return all raffle tickets and money no later than tomorrow, as we start the drawings on Monday, May 1st.

Attention Juniors & Seniors:  This is the last week to buy prom tickets, please see Mrs. Smith or Mrs. Gardner to purchase yours as soon as possible

Oxbow’s and Riverbend’s annual walk at launch day will be held today at 11:52.  Please come prepared to walk on the track.  That means wear the proper clothing and footwear to be outside for 20-30 minutes.

Bruce MacLean, who taught at Oxbow for its first 30 years of existence, will be the keynote speaker at Awards Night next Wednesday.  Get ready to be riveted to your seat.

Sports today – V BB vs Williamstown  4:00  V SB vs Williamstown 4:00 Double header  MS Home Track and Field meet 3:30.

 

Thursday, April 27th

Last regular dance of the year Friday May 5th the “Aloha Dance” sponsored by the senior class.

Attention Seniors – the Jostens Rep. will be here tomorrow during second lunch to hand out announcements.

If you are interested in earning community service points doing Face Painting , see Ms. Richardson in guidance  by tomorrow.

Any student interested in performing a solo or ensemble at the Spring concert, please see Ms. Hall.

Confirm your awards night status by checking the list in the guidance office.

Juniors please return all raffle tickets and money no later than tomorrow, as we start the drawings on Monday, May 1st.

Attention Juniors & Seniors:  This is the last week to buy prom tickets, please see Mrs. Smith or Mrs. Gardner to purchase yours as soon as possible

Oxbow’s and Riverbend’s annual walk at lunch day will be held today at 11:52.  Please come prepared to walk on the track.  That means wear the proper clothing and footwear to be outside for 20-30 minutes.

Bruce MacLean, who taught at Oxbow for its first 30 years of existence, will be the keynote speaker at Awards Night next Wednesday.  Get ready to be riveted to your seat.

 

Wednesday, April 26th

Last regular dance of the year Friday May 5th the “Aloha Dance” sponsored by the senior class.

Attention Seniors – the Jostens Rep. will be here on Friday April 28th during second lunch to hand out announcements.

Sports today – V SB @ Lyndon Institute 4:30    JV SB vs Lyndon Institute 4:30      JV BB vs So. Royalton  4:30

If you are interested in earning community service points doing Face Painting , see Ms. Richardson in guidance office by Friday.

Any student interested in performing a solo or ensemble at the Spring concert, please see Ms. Hall this week.

Student Council meets today during last lunch. All are welcome.

Confirm your awards night status by checking the list in the guidance office.

Oxbow’s legendary social studies teacher, Bruce Maclean, will be the keynote speaker at the Awards Night and NHS Induction on May 3. He scared your parents. See if he scares you.

Juniors please return all raffle tickets and money no later than this Friday, as we start the drawings on Monday, May 1st.

Attention Juniors & Seniors:  This is the last week to buy prom tickets, please see Mrs. Smith or Mrs. Gardner to purchase yours as soon as possible

Oxbow’s and Riverbend’s annual walk at launch day will be held this Thursday at 11:52.  Please come prepared to walk on the track.  That means wear the proper clothing and footwear to be outside for 20-30 minutes.

 

Monday April 24th

Last regular dance of the year Friday May 5th the “Aloha Dance” sponsored by the senior class.

Attention Seniors – the Josten’s Rep. will be here on Friday April 28th during second lunch to hand out announcements.

Sports today – V SB @ Lyndon Institute 4:30    JV SB vs Lyndon Institute 4:30      JV BB vs So. Royalton  4:30

If you are interested in earning community service points doing Face Painting , see Ms. Richardson in guidance office by Friday.

Any student interested in performing a solo or ensemble at the Spring concert, please see Ms Hall this week.

 

 

Search for Interim Superintendent

Orange East Supervisory Union
Search for Interim Superintendent of Schools
Update: April 14, 2017

The Orange East Supervisory Union Board met on April 5, 2017 to decide on the next steps in the search for a new superintendent.  The board decided to continue to work with Harry Frank, Search Consultant from the Vermont School Boards Association, and have him reach out to potential candidates.  Once a finalist(s) has been identified, he/she will be invited to visit the schools and meet with staff and community members before being interviewed by the board.

The date and time for finalist visits will be published once they are in place.  Community members are encouraged to join us for the public forum which will take place during the visit.

April 19th 2017

Happy vacation, everyone!

Attention Juniors and Seniors; prom tickets are available now through April 28th, $45 per ticket – please see Mrs. Smith or Mrs. Gardner to purchase yours today.
Don’t forget to buy a yearbook! Order forms in the main office.

Wednesday April 25

Last regular dance of the year Friday May 5th the “Aloha Dance” sponsored by the senior class.

Attention Seniors – the Jostens Rep. will be here on Friday April 28th during second lunch to hand out announcements.

Sports today – V SB @ Lyndon Institute 4:30    JV SB vs Lyndon Institute 4:30      JV BB vs So. Royalton  4:30

If you are interested in earning community service points doing Face Painting , see Ms. Richardson in guidance office by Friday.

Any student interested in performing a solo or ensemble at the Spring concert, please see Ms. Hall this week.

Student Council meets today during last lunch. All are welcome.

Confirm your awards night status by checking the list in the guidance office.

Oxbow’s legendary social studies teacher, Bruce Maclean, will be the keynote speaker at the Awards Night and NHS Induction on May 3. He scared your parents. See if he scares you.

Juniors please return all raffle tickets and money no later than this Friday, as we start the drawings on Monday, May 1st.

Attention Juniors & Seniors:  This is the last week to buy prom tickets, please see Mrs. Smith or Mrs. Gardner to purchase yours as soon as possible

Oxbow’s and Riverbend’s annual walk at launch day will be held this Thursday at 11:52.  Please come prepared to walk on the track.  That means wear the proper clothing and footwear to be outside for 20-30 minutes.

Sports today – V Softball @ Randolph 4:30.

 

 

 


 


 

 

NHS – Participates in CHaD Hero Event

A note from the Oxbow NHS!

On October 16th, the National Honors Society chapter at Oxbow High School took part in the CHad Hero event. CHaD is an annual event hosted every year by Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center to raise money for the families with sick children. This year the majority of the members ran the 5k course, one of our advisors, Mr. Madan, ran the half marathon and a few others walked the 5k. Everyone raised a minimum of $75 for event, our chapter donated over $1000. This is an event our chapter looks forward to every year, there’s so much energy and everyone has so much fun. It’s a common thing to see Oxbow students holding hands crossing the finish line. We will be back next year again to support CHaD!

Congratulations! XC STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS!!!

Saturday November 5th marked the 25th year Thetford hosted the Cross-Country Championship.  The Oxbow Girls ran to a first place finish for the second year in a row, winning the Division III State Championship.  They edged out runner-up, Rice, by a mere 4 points.  Junior Izzy Giesing was the first Olympian to cross, in 4th place with a time of 21:01. Also finishing in the top 10 were Senior Leanne Burgess (8th, 21:58) and Junior Hannah Giesing (10th, 22:19).  Rounding out the team was Junior Captain Emily Carson (15th, 23:00), Senior Alex Giesing (31st, 25:30), Senior Cassidy Pryer (34th, 25:48), and Junior Jessie Daigle (39th 26:22).  Izzy’s time also qualified her to move on to the New England XC Championship in RI on Saturday November 12.

The Oxbow Boys cross-country team also had a strong showing, finishing 5th out of 16 teams.  Leading the Olympians, was Sophomore William Douglas in 9th place with a time of 18:34.  Also running for the boys team were Freshman Keelan Durham (16th, 19:18), Junior William Moreno (26th, 19:51), Senior Captain Jon Puffer (40th, 20:21), Sophomores Tim Hodges (54th, 21:00) and Tim Rudder (55th, 21:04), and Senior Briggs Heffernan (59th, 21:17).
The end of season team party will be held in the Oxbow Cafeteria on Thursday November 17th at 6pm. Please see Coach Chobanian for details