By Becky Harvey
OXFORD—Oxford High School’s Operation Graduation is now in full swing. They had the first meeting of the year and though there was a moderately poor parent showing, those that did participate got lots of planning done. Once of the first issues covered was the first of a handful of Operation Graduation-sponsored dances at the Oxford Middle School, with the first one held this past Friday. O.G. parents volunteered as chaperones and they also sold drinks and snacks as a bit of an extra for the students, who were enjoying the evening.
This year’s homecoming is to be held on Saturday, September 22 , culminating at 7 p.m. with the Oxford football team. Operation Graduation will be selling all kinds of amazing food goodies and will be running some really fun entertainment booths. One is the very popular golf ball drop. Tickets are now on sale, but will also be available at homecoming. The drop will take place during the football game. Plans are in the works for having a teacher dunk-tank. With any luck, students will be able to sink their favorite teachers in the icy waters for some real home-coming fun!
Operation Graduation information can be viewed through the link on the Oxford Schools website: www.oxps.org.
- Friday, 14 September 2012
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