SPI
image
Palace Chrysler-Jeep
School News

Fast ForWord program works wonders, school officials say

Staci Puzio, along with North Sashabaw Elementary Principal Debra Latozas and Renaissance High School Principal Billie Pambid, updated Clarkston School Board on Fast ForWord program, Nov....more >>
/datedimages/2010/12/01/e1B3FFOVH1851D78.sm.jpg
shadow
(click for larger version)

Teachers awarded $8,462 in grants

For the fifth consecutive year, teachers in Oxford Community Schools will be receiving grant money to help them teach in creative ways. The Assistance League of Southeastern Michigan awarded 10 grants, totaling $8,461....more >>
The Oxford Leader
SPI Subscriptions
Thursday
09 - 18 - 14
10:37
September
arrow
S M T W T F S

123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
282930
Site Search


Born September 18th
1827: John Towsend Trowbridge, poet and author of books for boys, wrote the Jack Hazzard and Toby Trafford series.
1839: John Aitken, physician and meterologist.
1895: John G. Diefenbaker, prime minister of Canada from 1957 to 1963.
1905: Greta Garbo, actress nominated for Oscars for her roles in Anna Christie and Ninotcha.
1951: Dr. Benjamin Solomon Carson, Sr., African-American neurosurgeon.
September 18th
in history
0: James Abercromby is replaced as supreme commander of British forces after his defeat by French commander the Marquis of Montcalm at Fort Ticonderoga during the French and Indian War.
1759: Quebec surrenders to the British after a battle which sees the deaths of both James Wolfe and Louis Montcalm, the British and French commanders.
1793: George Washington lays the foundation stone for the U.S. Capitol.1796: The First Real Election.
1830: Tom Thumb, the first locomotive built in the United States, loses a nine-mile race in Maryland to a horse.
1850: Congress passes the second Fugitive Slave Bill into law (the first was enacted in 1793), requiring the return of escaped slaves to their owners.Dedicated Massachusetts abolitionist Silas Soule.