Oxycocus School

Building a Better World, One Student at a Time

Click on link below to view the January Newsletter:


                                                                                Owl New Year
I hope everyone had a relaxing holiday break and enjoyed some time with family. Now that we were able to recharge our batteries we are back in full swing for 2017!
As everyone settles back in and adjusts to a normal routine again, here are a few dates for January that I would like to remind you about:

January 4:       PTO Meeting 9:30am @ PLC

January 6:       SPIRIT DAY (Wear Spiritwear or Blue & Gold)

January 16:     School Closed-Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

January 24:     In-Coming Preschool Meeting

                               @Oxycocus Library 6pm

January 25:     Oxycocus Pajama Day!

January 27:     SPIRIT DAY (Wear Spiritwear or Blue & Gold)


During the winter months, please remind your children to wear warm clothes. Weather permitting, we will be holding recess outdoors and students are strongly encouraged to bring a hat and gloves to school with them each day. 
As always, we truly appreciate your continued support of our students, staff and programs. With our great staff and parents/guardians working together, we will continue to make the Oxycocus School a positive and successful setting for our students' academic and social development.  
If at any time you should have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.  

Mrs. Bush





HIB Personnel
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator - David Ytreboe
Oxycocus Anti-Bullying Specialist - Tara Redmond

School Announcements

  •    We are proud to announce our 2017 Teacher of the Year:
             Ms. Suzy              Batullo 
    teacher of the year
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  • Carline dropoff is available from 8:52 - 9:05 every morning.


    Be sure to go through your child’s
    backpack each night.


    Label your child’s belongings.


    Read with your child every night.

    During the colder months, please have your child dress appropriately for school. Long pants and sweatshirts or sweaters are recommended. The students will continue to go outside for gym and recess everyday as long as the temperature is above 32 degrees.
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