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Magnolia Montessori holds spring fundraiser Friday at the Powerhouse

Magnolia Montessori School is kicking off its second annual spring fundraiser with a “Spring into Auction” event from 7-10 p.m. Friday at the Powerhouse. (April 8, 2015, Page 12)

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    Lafayette School Board approves revised calendar

    The Lafayette School Board approved a revised academic calendar that waived three additional inclement weather make-up days for students at its meeting Monday. Even though school will no longer be in session on May 26 or May 27, teachers will still be required to come in for workdays. (April 7, 2015, Page 3)

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      Claire Rychlak named OSD Parent of the Year

      Claire Rychlak, mother of six, volunteers at her children’s schools because she sees it as a way to support and be a part of her kids’ lives. Her dedication to the Oxford School District for the past 22 years has earned her the title of district Parent of the Year. (April 7, 2015, Page 1)

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        Rester named OMS principal for 2015-2016

        Audra Rester was named the 2015-2016 Oxford Middle School Principal by the Oxford School Board at its meeting Friday. (April 6, 2015, Page 1)

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          OIS Students named to All-State Choir

          Oxford Intermediate School fifth-graders Emery Kate Schneider, Anna Walker and Mary Katherine Wilkinson’s love and talent for singing earned them three of the 171 spots available in the 2015 Mississippi All-State Honor Choir on March 22. (April 5, 2015, Page 4C)

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            Court orders new language for Initiative 42 alternative

            Adrian Shipman, an Oxford woman and mother of two children in the Oxford School District, won her appeal with the Hinds County Circuit Court to change the language in the Legislature’s alternative to Initiative 42. (April 3, 2015, Page 3A)

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              OSDF exceeds goal for O-bolt license tags

              Thanks to the hard work of the Oxford School District Foundation, Oxonians will likely see many cars riding around town representing the district with O-bolt tags.

              The OSDF recently announced that the goal of selling 300 car tags was exceeded, which means that the state will begin producing the OSD tags and Oxford residents can purchase them at the Chancery Building as early as July. (April 2, 2015, Page 12)

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                ’42 For Better Schools’ new name for Initiative 42 supporters

                Supporters of Initiative 42, which proposes to change the Mississippi Constitution to require the state to fully fund its share of K-12 schools’ budgets, have created the brand “42 For Better Schools” in hopes of educating voters about the importance of the initiative and the differences between it and the Legislature’s alternative. (April 2, 2015, Page 8)

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                  OUS picks Arnold to head School

                  At 68, William “Bill” Arnold thought retirement was a good thing. But the former accountant, consultant, business executive and Delta cotton farmer had an itch. (April 2, 2015, Page 1)

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                    Attorney, on behalf of Legislature, files motion to dismiss Oxford mom’s appeal

                    After Oxford mom Adrian Shipman filed a lawsuit against an alternative to the ballot measure Initiative 42, which proses to amend the Mississippi Constitution to require the state to fully fund its share of K-12 education, a Jackson-based attorney is defending the state’s decision. (March 31, 2015, Page 5)

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