Welcome to Oxford

This PTA-hosted website has info for incoming families, the staff & rooms rosterclass lists, and a calendar we update regularly—also see the events that are coming up next on the right—plus the latest news, daily routine, school policies and governance info for our current Oxford community of about 300 K–5th grade students, staff, families and friends.


This is the place to learn more about the Toolbox curriculum and our wonderful community meetings and get all the details on how to donate, shop & give, and volunteer to support and fully fund Oxford!


New School Year Logistics

Principal Beth Rhine’s new school year letter to parents and guardians is available here on our news blog, linked to key informational web pages with even more info to help you find your way.


To keep up with the latest doings, subscribe to the Oxford email list and/or the Oxford Newsletter via MailChimp (distributed biweekly by paper also)—see the right sidebar below to subscribe.


A few other helpful online resources:

Fundraising Off to a Running Start

The Oxford Fundraising Committee kicked off the school year with the Campaign for Oxford, and the community has raised a little chunk already (see the web counter above)! As we look forward to a fun year, we hope you can give your time and talents to support Oxford but we also hope for your financial support too—please donate online today.


No matter how small the donation, every dollar counts. Not all families can give the same amount, so if you can give a little extra, please do!


$9/student = one month of PE
$16/student = a year of art and PE supplies
$61/student = a year of art instruction
$435/student = a year of individualized support from instructional assistants for Kindergartners and fifth graders
$2,000/month = technology for all students and teachers

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Get Last Year’s School Directory

See the Classes & Directory page to download a full school directory (2015–16).

Board of Education Office Hours

Members of the Board of Education are holding office hours as part of their efforts to make themselves available to the community. This is an opportunity for parents, students, teachers, staff and community members to have one-on-one communications with the Board.

Office hours and locations are available on the BUSD website.