100 Oxbow Lake Road
White Lake, Michigan 48386
Main Office 248-684-8085
Attendance Line 248-684-8074
Start Time 9:13 am
Dismissal Time 4:05 pm
Principal Mr. Chris McAuliffe
Office Coordinator Christy Sarnovsky
Please click on the following link to complete our Title-One Parent Survey.
We believe all children have the ability to learn and encourage children to work to their fullest potential. Oxbow continues to strive towards excellence in both academics and social development.
Every year hundreds of Huron Valley students are in need of new winter coats that their families cannot afford to purchase.
Parents are always welcome at Oxbow. Please be sure to sign-in and receive a visitor's pass at the office. Please also check with your child's teacher and see when is the best time to visit without interrupting the day's lessons.
ZIP IT UP - OXBOW MAKES CONNECTIONS!
Zip Up for Special Needs is a national program to raise awareness for students with special needs. Oxbow not only joined the effort, but took it to another level. Students were part of a pay it forward with silver campaign and raised $400 to donate to Zip Up. Students then made their own video that was shown at a school board meeting as well as at community circle. Representatives from Zip it Up were so impressed that they contacted Oxbow and will be sending a video thank you. At the end of community circle the students from Mrs. Hudecheck and Ms. Evenson's classes passed out zipper pulls to every student to remember to Zip it Up. Check out this amazing video!
Mr. Priebe is looking for parent vlunteers to help with Field Day at Oxbow - on Tuesday, June 2, 2015. Please print off THIS FORM and turn it into Mr. Priebe or you can email him.
Students in grades 3 - 8 and 11 will be participating in the brand new Michigan Summative Test of Educational Progress (M-STEP) in April, May and June. This annual assessment is mandated for all children in Michigan public schools and is one of the tools used to measure a student's proficiency in specific subject areas...
Last week, everyone from U.S. President Barack Obama to top model Karlie Kloss tried their hand at writing software for one hour in the global campaign by nonprofit Code.org to make coding less intimidating to students and teachers. Oxbow joined 100 million students across the globe in learning to write code in a fun and interactive way. Ask your child about it.
Zip Up for Special Needs is a national program to raise awareness for students with special needs. Oxbow not only joined the effort, but took it to another level. Students were part of a pay it forward with silver campaign and raised $400 to donate to Zip Up...