On Friday January 27, the Oxford High School Sophomore Varsity Players put on a play called "Stress," which deals with bullying. Brenda Ennis, Chairperson of the Oxford School Committee said, "The day went very well. The students who participated should be very proud of themselves. They put their hearts in the message of No Name Calling and from speaking with a few of them, the majority of the students at the high school level ‘get it’."
The event was on the third day in which the Oxford school district observed "No Name Calling," as part of the State’s call for a "No Name Calling Day" to combat bullying.
(Pictured l to r - Back row: Police Chief Michael Hassett, Superintendent of Schools Allen Himmelberger, State Representative Paul Frost, School Committee Member Marc Peterson, School Committee Chair Brenda A. Ennis, State Representative Ryan Fattman, parent Helen Howard. Front row: Oxford High School Principal Kevin Wells, students Sonny Bates, Sarah Smith and Zach Brogna).
- Sunday, 29 January 2012
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