School District

Student Handbook

The student handbook is a collection of School Policies, Behavior Expectations, and other Guidelines & Rules. Click here to download the complete handbook.

Principal’s Message

Greetings Parents and Students:

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the 2012 – 2013 school year. We are anxiously looking forward to all of the incredible opportunities that will be available to make an enormous difference and impact in our students’ lives. We look forward to forging a partnership with you in an effort to help ensure that this year will be productive and academically rewarding. We value this opportunity to help our students maximize their learning potential.

As always, we stand ready to assist our students, whether it entails successfully obtaining a GED, or offering flexible scheduling for seniors needing to complete a course for graduation, or providing students who often need a smaller learning environment to thrive in. We also look forward to serving that group of students who need additional supports and skills to overcome barriers that often impede their ability and desire to learn in traditional settings.

The purpose of this handbook is to acquaint you with the Oxford Learning Center and answer questions you may have about our procedures and policies that are specific to this school. Located in the office is an Oxford School District Board Policy Manual and a Student Code of Conduct that is available for review should you have any questions that this handbook does not answer, as it is not all inclusive. We ask that you review this handbook as well as the Code of Conduct with your child and keep for reference should the need arise.

On behalf of the staff and faculty of the Oxford Learning Center, we welcome you to this fresh opportunity for personal and academic growth. It is our goal to provide you and your child a most productive and enriching year.

Respectfully submitted,

Charles K. Dodson, Ph.D.

Last Modified on November 2, 2012