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Parent upset about 'double standard' with Academic Games

What's allowed for a few should be allowed for all at least that's how Oxford resident Jennifer Washington sees it. Washington called a Detroit television news station last week after finding out about a "double standard" in Oxford Elementary School's Academic Games....more >>
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'Whole-brain teaching' at Leonard

If you happen to step into the classrooms of first-grade teacher Jessica Peyerk and second-grade teacher Chelsea Schlak at Leonard Elementary,you might notice a lot more repetition and hand signals going on than other classrooms....more >>
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OES kids take Super-U Challenge

As a way of spreading the anti-bullying message, Oxford Elementary hosted an assembly known as the "Super-U Challenge." "Super-U Challenge is an interactive game show, kind of based around the format of some of the old Nickelodeon games shows, Double Dare and things like that, so it's really interactive and not just questions and answers," said game show host Chris Linn....more >>
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Born September 22nd
1885: Erich Von Stroheim, director, actor and screenwriter best known for Greed.
1902: John Houseman, director, producer and actor.
1909: David Reisman, sociologist, author of The Lonely Crowd.
1927: Tommy Lasorda, manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team from 1975 to 1996.
1933: Fay Weldon, author (The Life and Loves of a She-Devil).
September 22nd
in history
1947: A Douglas C-54 Skymaster makes the first automatic pilot flight over the Atlantic.
1959: The first telephone cable linking Europe and the United States is inaugurated.
1961: President John Kennedy signs a congressional act establishing the Peace Corps.
1969: Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants becomes the first baseball player since Babe Ruth to hit 600 home runs.
1970: President Richard M. Nixon signs a bill giving the District of Columbia representation in the U.S. Congress.