Oxford Hills School District

District Highlights

Snow Day Thursday, December 17

There is no school today, Thursday, December 17.  We are expecting light snow to accumulate from 3" in the northern part of the district to 5" of snow in the southern part of the district.  Many of our students are being transported to school by siblings and parents during this pandemic.  Out of... read more


For student and teacher households that do not currently have High Speed Internet access   The Maine Department of Education (MDOE) is using emergency funding to provide more (and more affordable) options for high speed internet services for Maine students and teachers. Redzone Wireless is... read more

County Coronavirus Status Change - December 4, 2020

Dear Students, Parents and Staff Members   It was announced at noon today that Oxford County is joining Androscoggin, Somerset and York counties as being  "Yellow" in the school advisory system. The designation comes as no surprise to us given the significant increase in cases in our county -... read more

Update 12-4-2020 Concerning the Rowe School

Update 12-4-2020 Message Concerning Rowe School   Dr Shah announced this afternoon in his daily update that the Rowe School outbreak was being reopened after more cases were discovered.  The Rowe Outbreak began over two weeks ago. The case was resolved and closed. It was reopened this week  because... read more

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