Oxycocus School

Building a Better World, One Student at a Time



We are currently taking registrations for the 2016-17 school year. 

To attend the program during the 2016-17 school year, children must be 3 or 4 prior to October 1, 2016.
If you have any questions, please contact the Oxycocus Main Office at 609-978-5700, ext. 1270.
You many also inquire about our free 4 year old program for qualifying families.  
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Dear Oxycocus School Community,
The month of February is always a busy month for our preschool students. There are many fun activities planned for this. Students will celebrate the wedding of Mr. Q and Miss U. February also marks the day we are officially in school for 100 daysTime goes by quickly when you are having fun!
Report cards will be available online for viewing February 11th.  
As the days get shorter, and the colder weather sets in, I would like to remind the students to wear a warm coat, hat and gloves to school each day.  Weather permitting, we try to go out and get fresh air during recess, and it is important that students are dressed appropriately to ensure they remain warm. 
Below is a list of all February happenings for your convenience.  
2/9 and 2/10  Preschool Registration
2/12    School Closed-Teacher In-Service
2/15    School Closed-President's Day
2/17    The Q&U Wedding!
2/18    The 100th Day of School
As always, my door is open 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 - Mary Darmody

School Announcements

  •    We are proud to announce our 2016 Teacher of the Year:
         Mrs. Denise            DuBois 
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  • Carline dropoff is available from 8:50 - 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 about 32 degrees.
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