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Students participate in OHS Reading Fair

Students participate in OHS Reading Fair
November 29, 2016

The trifold boards are out. The poster board markers are officially out of ink. It must be time for the Reading Fair. “It’s more than just sticking ideas or thoughts on a trifold board, but it’s...

Tyler continues to inspire students in his 24th year of teaching

Tyler continues to inspire students in his 24th year of teaching
November 28, 2016

Students often complain that four years in high school is a bit too much to handle. Driver’s education teacher and basketball coach Drew Tyler has been a teacher in the Oxford School District for 24...

Ninth, tenth graders eligible for exemptions depending on MAP scores

Ninth, tenth graders eligible for exemptions depending on MAP scores
November 28, 2016

Freshmen and sophomores are now able to receive exemptions on their English and math exams this school year, depending on their Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) test scores. Principal Bradley Roberson...

Wizarding Walk welcomes witches and wizards to the magical world of reading

Wizarding Walk welcomes witches and wizards to the magical world of reading
November 13, 2016

On Nov. 7, all witches and wizards of Oxford were invited to join in the first-ever Wizarding Walk at Avent Park, an event sponsored by the Lafayette County-Oxford-University Reads Coalition, the Lafayette...

OHS holds annual Veterans Day Memorial Ceremony

OHS holds annual Veterans Day Memorial Ceremony
November 11, 2016

Yesterday, OHS held their annual Veterans Day Memorial Ceremony, an event that the school has organized since 1996. The beginning of the event included a description of the symbolic table that honored...

Theatre stages haunted trail as fall fundraiser

Theatre stages haunted trail as fall fundraiser
November 1, 2016

Oxford High Theatre put on their annual haunted trail this year at Camp Hopewell. The Haunted Trail opened Sunday, Oct. 30 and continued into Halloween day. “This was my first year helping out, and...

Peer tutoring begins during flex

Peer tutoring begins during flex
October 28, 2016

On Oct. 12, peer tutoring during the flex class period officially began. The program was started by intervention coordinator Kristin Inman. There are currently 12 high school peer tutors and 16 tutors...

School holds first career expo

School holds first career expo
October 20, 2016

The first ever Oxford High School Career Expo was held Wednesday, Oct. 19 in the gymnasium. The expo showcased the various jobs and careers that community members hold around the region. English teachers...

Community members express concerns at Oct. 18 school board meeting

Community members express concerns at Oct. 18 school board meeting
October 19, 2016

The Oxford School District Board of Trustees held a special public hearing on Tuesday night stemming from continued concerns regarding the recent article published in the Charger, in which a potential...

Yearbook claims production errors, aims to improve this year

Yearbook claims production errors, aims to improve this year
October 14, 2016

Last year’s yearbook received some complaints because of production errors, but this year’s staff is excited to work hard to produce a better yearbook. “I definitely do not think it is the best...

Apple update receives mixed reviews from students

Apple update receives mixed reviews from students
October 12, 2016

Recently, Apple released a new update for iPhones. iOS 10 was revealed, and Apple has gotten mixed signals from customers. Changes that the new update brought include new emojis, an updated lock screen,...

Column: Trump’s comments are nothing new

Column: Trump's comments are nothing new
October 12, 2016

On Friday evening, a tape was released by the Washington Post containing audio of the Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump making lewd comments about women in 2005. Since the release of...

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