Oxford Hills School District

District Highlights


District Outbreak Letter

November 10, 2020 Dear MSAD 17 Staff, Students, and Families,    This letter is to inform you that there is an outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) at the Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School and the Guy E. Rowe School.  An outbreak means that there are three or more cases of COVID-19... read more

Parent Letter Regarding Change of Placement

To: Parents and Students From: Superintendent Rick Colpitts Date: November 3, 2020 RE: Placement of Students   Dear Parents, The end of the first quarter and trimester is fast approaching.  We recognize that the learning experiences your child may have engaged in since the pandemic began are... read more

COVID Cases - October 30, 2020

October 30, 2020   Dear Staff, Students, and Families,    This letter is to inform you that  individuals associated with Otisfield Community School  and Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School recently tested positive for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). There is a possibility that other staff... read more

District Statement Concerning A Recent Assault

Dear Parents, I am writing to you tonight in response to the recent and horrific assault that occurred over the weekend.  It is clear from social media posts, press coverage and conversations with local police and parents that the assault perpetrated by several teenagers against another student... read more

Hybrid Plan Update 9-30-2020

September 30, 2020 Hybrid Plan Update  Oxford Hills School District   Dear Parents,    I want to thank you for your patience as the district moves to adapt to a recent change in the County’s COVID 19 rating from green to yellow.  The change in status is not what we had hoped for, so we have been... read more

Community Update - September 25, 2020

  Dear Parents and Community Members,    I am sure you have heard that the State changed its designation for Oxford County from "Green" to "Yellow". Categorization as “yellow” suggests that the county has an elevated risk of COVID-19 spread and that schools may consider hybrid instructional models... read more

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