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Kids First, Progress and Unity

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OASD Happenings

  • OAHS FBLA members attend State Conference

    Eight members of the Oxford Area High School chapter of Future Business Leaders of America attended the Pennsylvania FBLA State Leadership Conference and Competition held virtually from April 12 to 14. The students qualified for the conference after finishing among the top three scorers in their business-related events at the Pennsylvania FBLA Region 9 Conference, which was held virtually in January.

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  • Hopewell EarlyAct holds Peanut Butter and Jelly Drive

    EarlyAct, a community service club at Hopewell Elementary School sponsored by the Oxford Rotary Club, recently sponsored a Peanut Butter and Jelly Drive for the Divine Sent Food Cupboard in Oxford. After learning that peanut butter and jelly was in short supply at the cupboard, EarlyAct members encouraged the fifth and sixth grade students and staff to donate jars of peanut butter, jelly and jam, filling two large boxes at the conclusion of the drive. Each school year the EarlyAct members plan and organize three projects to benefit their school, local and global communities. Pictured from left are Principal Dr. Nicole Addis, sixth grade EarlyAct member Evan Yacka, Oxford Rotary Club EarlyAct liaison Dr. Ray Fischer and sixth grade EarlyAct member Alexis Badolato.

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  • OAHS scholar-athletes sign to play at collegiate level

    On April 29, 17 Oxford Area High School senior athletes signed national letters of commitment to participate in athletics at the collegiate level.

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  • OAHS grad visits virtually to talk about career as Congressional aide

    On April 30 the Oxford Area High School Guidance Department welcomed Jorge Zurita-Coronado, Class of 2014, to a virtual meeting with current students. Since graduating from Penn State, Jorge has worked in the university administration and as a aide to two U.S. Senators.

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  • OAHS National English Honor Society inducts new members

    Oxford Area High School recently held the sixth annual induction ceremony for the Bildungsroman Chapter of the National English Honor Society. The National English Honor Society is sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honor society, and is the only national organization exclusively for high school students and faculty who, in the field of English, merit special note for past and current accomplishments. Oxford chapter members participate in several projects throughout the school year, including book drives for Armed Forces personnel, the high school’s holiday toy drive, after-school tutoring, Read Across America Day visits to elementary schools, and poetry readings for area seniors.

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