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OHS among top 6 percent in nation

Oxford High School was again rated one of the top schools in the nation in Newsweek magazine’s annual list of America’s Best High Schools. The school ranked higher this year, moving up from 1,300 to 1,112.

 (June 18, 2010, Page 1A)

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    No tax hike needed to fund Oxford School District budget

    Oxford residents will not be hit with a tax increase to fund city schools. At a public hearing Monday on the proposed budget for the next school year, the board discussed the possibility of what sort of revenue the district could generate if a 4 percent tax hike was approved. But the board was adamant about not raising taxes. (June 15, 2010, Page 2)

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      Education briefs

      • Nolan Webb is the recipient of the 2010 Lafayette County Cattleman’s Association Scholarship.
      • Kathryn Howorth graduated from Tulane University.
      • Luke McCullough receive forestry scholarship.
      • Families sought for exchange students
      • GED testing offered at NWCC
      • 40th OHS Charger football reunion set
      • OHS 1084 reunion set for this weekend
      • Local students make NWCC honor lists
      • NWCC votes for tuition increase
      • LMS announces honor rolls
      • Blake Chandler, Abigail Chandler, Bradley Shields and Hayden Young named to dean’s list at Harding University.
      • Chelsea N. Peters named to Rhodes honor roll.
      • Katherine Lewis graduated from New York University.

       (June 15, 2010, Page 5)

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        First Lady writes OHS Class of 2010

        First Lady Michelle Obama wished the Oxford High School Class of 2010 well in a letter addressed to recent graduate Cathy Chen after Chen launched an effort to invite the president and Mrs. Obama to the school to speak to the graduating class. (June 15, 2010, Page 5)

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          How to succeed in life

          Neil Burton, a gifted-student teacher at Oxford Middle School, was one of several teachers who participated in the Mississippi Council on Economic Education’s Master Teacher of Economics program where teachers learn ways to bring lessons about financial responsibility, the economy and entrepreneur endeavors into the classrooms. (June 10, 2010, Page 1)

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            County school policy bans bullying

            The Lafayette County School Board approved Monday a new policy aimed at addressing bullying in county schools, the first such policy for the district. An informational meeting about bullying will be held on August 2 at the Lafayette Middle School Auditorium from 5 to 6:30 p.m. (June 9, 2010, Page 12)

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              Education briefs

              • Peter Joseph Dunbar graduated from Princeton University.
              • Philip Malatesta joined the National Honor Society at Arkansas State University
              • Whitney Leigh Woodington and others graduated from University of Alabama
              • GED classes are set at Northwest Community College
              • Mary Randall Ivy has been selected to attend the Trent Lott Institute
              • Lafayette Upper Elementary announced honor roll for fourth nine weeks.
              • Oxford School District Consolidated Federal Programs application available to view in the district office.
              • 40th reunion of the Oxford High School Charger football program set for July 17
              • Henry Self graduated from McCallie School.
              • Tailgate for Boys and Girls set for July 31

               (June 8, 2010, Page 5)

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                County schools seek federal funds

                With fewer federal funds available for schools this year, officials with the Lafayette County School District are searching for whatever is available. The school board approved a request from administration officials to apply for $321,831 in Title 1 funds and $118,568 in Title 2 funds. (June 8, 2010, Page 3)

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                  Poor doesn’t equal failure

                  Telling people Mississippi is poor and needs to improve its educational system is one thing, but Eric Weber, a professor at the University of Mississippi, hopes to show them. Working on a three-year research project that will result in a documentary, Weber intends to focus on the connection between poverty and failure in education which more often than not is due to self-fulfilling prophecy. (June 7, 2010, Page 1A)

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                    LMS registration set next week

                    After a low turnout for registration last month, Lafayette Middle School is trying again to have students register for the upcoming school year. Registration will be held in the LMS counseling center from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. (June 4, 2010, Page 10A)

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