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Teachers rehired as class sizes increase

Class sizes are growing in elementary schools across the district and the Clarkston Board of Education addressed the hot spots. Interim Superintendent David Reschke told the board on Aug....more >>

Hello and good-bye: LOHS bids farewell to 'beloved' trainer, welcomes new addition to high school athletic staff

There's something about Mary. That was the sentiment from Lake Orion Community Schools' Athletic Director Bill Reiss at a recent football game when he escorted Mary Lengemann to the center of the field at halftime....more >>
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OHS welcomes new asst. principal: Todd Dunckley

Parents and students who step into the front office at Oxford High School might get greeted with a handshake and a smile by an unfamiliar face. Don't worry, it is Assistant Principal Todd Dunckley trying to meet everyone in his new family, as he calls it....more >>
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Where dat Wildcat at?

Raffle tickets for traveling statue on sale until Oct. 1 hurry!

Anyone who has Wildcat pride in their heart has a fantastic opportunity to win an amazing sculpture while helping out the Varsity Boys Basketball team at the same time. The basketball team will be holding a nearly month-long raffle for the "Traveling Wildcat," a 4-foot-tall, 20-inch-wide carving of a wildcat sitting on a post with the words "Oxford Wildcat" carved into it....more >>
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Wee ones welcomed with watermelon

Lakeville Elementary hosted a watermelon welcome for its students last week. The idea was for kids to find their new classrooms and lockers, meet their new teachers, then enjoy some delicious watermelon....more >>
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Time to hit the books

Like everywhere else in the Oxford district, students at Daniel Axford Elementary went back to school Sept....more >>
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Born April 18th
1817: George Henry Lewes, philosophical writer.
1857: Clarence S. Darrow, lawyer.
1864: Richard Harding Davis, journalist.
1918: Clifton Keith Hillegass, founder of the study guides known as Cliff's Notes.
1940: Ed Garvey, labor leader.
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1853: The first train in Asia begins running from Bombay to Tanna.
1861: Colonel Robert E. Lee turns down an offer to command the Union armies.
1885: The Sino-Japanese war ends.
1906: A massive earthquake hits San Francisco, measuring 8.25 on the Richter scale.
1923: Yankee Stadium opens with Babe Ruth hitting a three-run homer as the Yankees beat the Red Sox 4-1.