Special Programs


School districts must continue to provide remote instruction and meals to students as well as childcare for essential workers every weekday through April 14 to receive waivers from the 180-day instructional requirement – even if they had been scheduled to be on spring break during that time. 

FOOD SERVICE - Grab and go meal pickups are:

--OXFORD: Primary School entrance, 10 am to 1 pm, Monday-Friday.  Starting April 6, this pick up time at this location will change to 11 am to 12:30 pm
--MCDONOUGH: American Legion parking lot, 11 am to 11:30 am, Monday-Friday

Special Programs


Over the past several months, Oxford Academy conducted an extensive review of its overall Special Education program, including continuum of services, financial considerations and a host of associated topics that fall under the umbrella of special education.  This was not a study that was required of the district, but rather, was a voluntary initiative that afforded us the opportunity to ensure that we are providing high quality services in a cost effective fashion.  

The district invites anyone who is interested in the study to review the summary document found to the right.  The findings of the survey are valuable in that it has validated many practices of the district, and also provided recommendations that will be used to develop action items under district goals for 2019-20 and beyond.  The district would like to thank Futures Education, the independent third party who facilitated the analysis, for their work in developing this comprehensive report.  

Director of Special Programs
Dawn Hover  607-843-2025, ext. 3242
Special Programs Secretary
Kimberly Boyer  607-843-2025, ext. 3502 
School Psychologist
Jennifer Ostrom  607-843-2025, ext. 3244
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