Oxford board picks up where it left off last year

OXFORD – With one capital project already in the works, Oxford’s school leaders have decided to move forward with the planning process for a second, larger scale capital project – one which they hope will meet the long-term facility and program goals of the district.



MOnday night, the district’s board of education established an aggressive timeline for the process, scheduling five workshops over the next month and a half to tackle the “Phase II” project.

According to Board President Robin DeBrita, the goal will be to make as much progress as possible before the board turns its attention to building the district’s 2010/2011 budget.

“We’ve got a lot we’re juggling right now,” she said.

The workshop meetings have been scheduled for Monday, Jan 18; Monday, Jan. 25; Tuesday, Jan. 26; Monday, Feb. 1; and Monday, Feb. 22. Each will be held at 6 p.m. in the Primary School Multipurpose Room.


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