OXFORD – Oxford High School has a new dean of students: U.S. History teacher Jonathan Rogers.
Rogers was appointed to the position for the 2010-11 school year by the district’s board of education on Sept. 13. According to District Clerk Michele Rice, he is to receive a stipend of $2,392 for assuming the additional responsibility.
Oxford High School Principal Janet Laytham said Rogers will have “big shoes to fill” in the role, which was formerly held by Timothy Calice. Calice left Oxford for a position with the Greene Central School District last month. Laytham said she was pleased when Rogers applied for the vacancy, and received the appointment.