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Education

Class changes lead to design changes

Changes to the career and technical education programs in Oxford Middle and High School could impact the design of the new high school and renovation of the current one into a middle school. Oxford School Board members heard a presentation on the many changes on Thursday. (August 19, 2011, Page 1A)

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    OMS launches abstinence program

    An informational meeting is set Aug. 23 at OHS auditorium to begin the new abstinence program at Oxford Middle School. (August 16, 2011, Page 6)

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      Education briefs

      • NWCC welcomes faculty back to campus
      • Freshmen twin brothers continue Ole Miss legacy
      • Reformers use new techniques to tackle college readiness
      • Christian home educators to meet tonight
      • Holmes recognized by NWCC
      • OHS band boosters meet tonight
      • Wigginton, Corbitt graduate
      • Harris shadows
      • OHS yearbooks available
      • Walking Wednesdays begins this month

       (August 16, 2011, Page 6)

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        Gurley wins OSD “Better You” award

        Renee Gurley, OES nurse, spent the past year working at the Oxford Physical Education Complex and the result was not just a healthier life but an award celebrating a “Better You.” (August 9, 2011, Page 5)

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          Education briefs

          • OHS band boosters to meet
          • Meadows, Leary take MSU program
          • UM included in Fiske Guide
          • Chandler graduates from Harding
          • Herod, Swindoll intern for Cochran
          • LHS teacher earns agricultural educator award
          • Parsons named top PR student
          • NWCC sets late registraiton
          • PERS presentation set Aug. 16

           (August 9, 2011, Page 5)

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            Buses back, so drive safely

            A new law that went into effect July 1, called “Nathan’s Law” allows for harsher penalties for those caught driving past a stopped school bus. The law is named after a 5-year-old Jones County boy who was killed when a driver ignored the flashing stop lights and passed the boy’s bus. (August 4, 2011, Page 1)

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              Education briefs

              • Students return to NWCC
              • UM Dean’s list
              • Local students attend Governor’s School
              • OHS 66 Class reunion set
              • Back to school bash set for Wednesday

               (August 2, 2011, Page 5)

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                AP scores improve in OSD

                Oxford School District recently received its Advanced Placement results for the 2010-2011 school year and had one of its most successful years. (August 2, 2011, Page 5)

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                  Parents share opinions on OSD

                  The annual parent survey results showed most areas are satisfactory but the cafeterias need improvement across the board at Oxford School District. (July 27, 2011, Page 2A)

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                    Education briefs

                    • City school bus route list
                    • Howington gets scholarship
                    • Back to School set for Aug. 3
                    • Head Start registration next month
                    • Building trades teacher sought
                    • NWCC awards
                    • Backpack blessing on Snday
                    • Registration open for museum art classes
                    • UM Honor roll
                    • Stuff the Bus set this week

                     (July 26, 2011, Page 6)

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