The Oxford Update

Oxford Elementary School

Going Stir Crazy? Here are some ideas!

We have heard from many parents that their family is going stir crazy and they could use some ideas to keep the kids busy. Since next week is vacation week, we have tried to find some ideas and suggestions for fun and easy things you can do to help with those feelings.


In this newsletter, you will find links to DIY games, crafts, recipes, movement activities and much more that we hope you will find useful in the coming weeks. We know how hard it is to be cooped up at home, but just remember that we are being asked to stay home now so that we can be together again soon!


As always, do not hesitate to reach out if there is anything we can do for you.

70 Things To Do With Kids While At Home

Click the button above to access 70 things that you can do during this time at home. Loads of great ideas!

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Super Easy No Bake Cookies with PBS Kids

Super Easy No Bake Cookies | Full-Time Kid | PBS Parents
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Roberts Farm Preserve

Looking for a great place to get out and explore nature? Roberts Farm Preserve is a conservation and recreation project of the Western Foothills Land Trust. We welcome you to respectfully explore the 165-acre Preserve using the trails provided. The agricultural history of this land will reveal itself as you skirt the farm pond, passing through remnants of fields and pastures, through numerous stone walls, orchards, and groves.

Roberts Farm Preserve

Click the button above to learn all about Roberts Farm Preserve.

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Play Based Yoga

Exploring Imagination: Play Based Yoga

Nourish the imaginative mind through play. Children can explore their creativity, develop their logical thinking and reasoning skills and better understand emotions and how to interact with others. Click the button above for more.

A Message from Food Service

When collecting your meals from the school bus, please remember to bring a laundry basket, box, or container with you. Staff will place the food into your container. Do not leave your container unattended, as you must still be in view of the bus. Thank you for your cooperation in maintaining social distancing.



We also want you to be aware that on Tuesday, April 21st we will have Breakfast and Lunch available at the High School for curbside pickup from 11:30 am-12:30 pm. In addition to Wednesday, April 22nd, 3 days of breakfast and lunch meals will be delivered as normal via Bus Route and School Pick up from 11:30 am-12:00 pm. Food is available for ages 0-18.


If you are unsure of the time the bus comes by your house, please call the bus garage at 207-743-5165.

Thank you,

Jodi Truman

Food Service Director

Oxford Elementary School

Tiffany Karnes, Principal

Denise Bourgoine, Assistant Principal