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Are year-round schools the answer?

Because there is evidence that shows that students lose much of what they learn over the summer if they're not in an active learning mode, particularly in lower performing schools, Governor Rick Snyder in his State-of-State Address suggested looking at year-round schools....more >>

Law updates school safety drills

Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation Feb. 25 updating Michigan's school safety drill requirements to ensure students are better prepared in times of emergency. "This legislation will help give parents peace of mind in knowing their children and school officials are trained and prepared for possible school emergencies," Snyder said in a Press Release....more >>
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'Beauty and the Beast' at OHS March 19-22

Oxford High School thespians will bring the award-winning Disney musical "Beauty and the Beast" to the stage March 19-22 at the school's Fine Arts Center. In order to bring "a tale as old as time" to life, it took a lot of busy hands behind the scenes, according to Director Krista Price....more >>
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Kids invited to read to a therapy dog

Sometimes reading aloud is an easier experience when the audience has soft fur, floppy ears and loves to give wet kisses. That was the case for Daniel Axford Elementary first-grader Hudson Chisholm who spent some time March 5 reading to a registered therapy dog named Charley at the Oxford Public Library....more >>
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Lakeville jumps!

Last week, hundreds of Lakeville Elementary students participated in the annual Jump Rope for Heart event, a fund-raiser for the American Heart Association. The kids did all sorts of things to get their heart rates up including jumping rope and hula-hooping....more >>
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Reed, Desotell claim victory in OHS brake competition

Brakes are designed to stop cars and trucks, but they don't even slow down Oxford High School's agile auto students. Thirty-two future mechanics participated in the automotive program's annual brake competition held March 11....more >>
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Pelts for floats

It's been a long time since beaver pelts have been a major form of currency in the United States, but it appears they've made a comeback at Leonard Elementary School. Last week, the school's gymnasium was transformed into an old-fashioned trading post where students could purchase goods using furs....more >>
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Curling up with a good book

Things were comfy and cozy at Leonard Elementary School Friday night as students snuggled together in the gymnasium to enjoy some good books. Wearing their pajamas and wrapped in soft, fuzzy blankets, the kids munched fresh, hot popcorn and hugged their favorite stuffed friends as they listened to fun stories....more >>
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Born June 2nd
1740: Donatien Alphonse Francois, the Marquis de Sade.
1840: Thomas Hardy, English poet and novelist (Far From the Madding Crowd, Tess of D'Ubervilles).
1903: Robert Morris Page, physicist, inventor of pulse radar.
1904: Johnny Weissmuller, American gold-winning Olympic swimmer who portrayed Tarzan in films.
1913: Barbara Pym (Mary Crampton), English novelist (Less Than Angels, Quartet in Autumn).
June 2nd
in history
1910: Charles Stewart Rolls, one of the founders of Rolls-Royce, becomes the first man to fly an airplane nonstop across the English Channel both ways. Tragically, he becomes Britain's first aircraft fatality the following month when his biplane breaks up in midair.
1924: The United States grants full citizenship to American Indians.
1928: Nationalist Chiang Kai-shek captures Peking, China, in a bloodless takeover.
1942: The American aircraft carriers Enterprise, Hornet and Yorktown move into their battle positions for the Battle of Midway.
1944: Allied shuttle bombing of Germany begins, with bombers departing from Italy and landing in the Soviet Union.