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District's world language program recognized

Oxford Superintendent Dr. William Skilling said they were "very surprised and honored" after being presented the "Educational Program of the Year Award" for its Fifth Core World Language Culture Program at Automation Alley's 12 annual Awards Gala held at the GM Heritage Center in Troy....more >>
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What a parade!

The weather was cold and rainy, but that couldn't dampen the spirits of the Oxford Wildcats as they proudly marched in the Homecoming Parade Friday evening....more >>
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The power of pep!

What better way to get fired up for the big homecoming game than a good old-fashioned pep assembly. That's exactly what Oxford High School had Friday afternoon as students and staff participated in a bunch of wacky games meant to entertain and boost school spirit....more >>
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Born July 3rd
1883: Franz Kafka, Prague-born German novelist (The Metamorphosis, The Trail).
1908: M.F.K. Fisher, food witer.
1912: Elizabeth Taylor, novelist and short story writer.
1921: Francois-Arnold Reichenbach, documentary filmmaker.
1937: Tom Stoppard, British playwright (Rosencrantz and Gilderstern are Dead).
July 3rd
in history
1790: In Paris, the Marquis of Condorcet proposes granting civil rights to women.
1844: American ambassador Caleb Cushing successfully negotiates a commercial treaty with China.
1863: Confederate forces attack the center of the Union line at Gettysburg, but fail to break it.
1878: John Wise flies the first dirigible in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
1901: The Wild Bunch, led by Butch Cassidy, commits its last American robbery near Wagner, Montana, taking $65,000 from a Great Northern train.