Community plans to ‘let love win’ on anniversary of Oxford High School shooting
The time marks a year since four students were killed during a mass shooting at Oxford High School on Nov. 30, 2021. Oxford Community Schools designated the anniversary Wildcat Remembrance Day, named after the school’s mascot. “We implore everyone in our community and beyond to let love win this week and always,” the school district’s website says. Two former Oakland Community School Board members, Tom Donnelly, the former president, and Korey Bailey, the former treasurer, said they resigned in September due to their frustration. His dad bought it, shooter admitsEthan Crumbley pleads guilty to mass shootingAccused Oxford High shooter pursuing GED from jailAccused Oxford shooter to remain in adult prisonOxford schools hire outside investigation firmsProsecutor asks that accused shooter’s name not be used in courtmlive.com
‘Who works for who?’: Ex-Oxford School board members speak on prevention policies, 3rd party review
A couple of ex-Oxford Community School board members gathered on Monday afternoon to speak about the prevention policies and third-party review involved with the investigation of the Oxford High School shooting.
Oxford Schools board president resigns
OXFORD, MI -- The president of the Oxford Community Schools board has resigned, less than a year after the fatal shooting at the district’s high school that killed four. Oxford Schools Superintendent Ken Weaver sent a letter to parents Wednesday, Sept. 14 about the departure of Tom Donnelly. “This afternoon, we were informed that Oxford Community Schools Board of Education President Tom Donnelly was resigning from the board, effective today. The school board rejected an offer from state Attorney General Dana Nessel to investigate the shooting and instead sought an independent review from a New York company. Initially, the board voted to delay that review until all criminal and civil litigation was completed in regard to the shooting, but soon after changed course.mlive.com