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Oxonians Cast Votes On $38 Million OSD Bond Referendum


Today, Oxonians crowd the Oxford Conference Center to cast votes on the $38 million Oxford School District bond referendum. The money is designated for a new elementary school as well as additions and restorations to existing school campuses.
Oxford School Board Superintendent Brian Harvey said many students will benefit if enough people vote yes.
“Passage of this bond referendum will allow us to continue to plan for growth and help us provide better spaces for fine arts education, as well as provide modern space for our students with disabilities,” he said. “The new elementary school will allow for us to have physical space to expand pre-K education, and the addition of the fine arts building at Oxford High School will allow for us to expand our career and technical offerings as well as additional academic space. All of these represent the things that make this community a special place to live.”
Voting polls will be open until 7 p.m. at the Oxford Conference Center located on Sisk Avenue.
For more information regarding the bond referendum, click the link below: 

Today's Oxford Schools Vote "Yes" Is Essential For Future


By Randall Haley. She can be reached by emailing randall.haley@hottytoddy.com.

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