Transportation Situation

One great aspect of Kingswood Oxford is that it brings in students from all over Connecticut. However, this needs to be considered when making the decision to have school on days when the weather forecast shows a potential hazard. The lack of consciousness about hazardous conditions on the Kingswood Oxford campus presents a number of […]

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2020 Winter Sports

“We are following the state guidelines and have postponed the start of in-person winter athletics until we return in January,” Head of School Tom Dillow said. “Student-athletes should have received a Google classroom invitation for their respective sport by now. Coaches will be posting workouts regularly to the classroom. We will update you further on […]

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Playing by choice

With the Department of Public Health (DPH) continually changing their rules and regulations regarding sports through the time of COVID-19, athletes, coaches, and other members of the Kingswood Oxford community are powerless in this situation. We have many questions of our own, such as, what is going to happen? How will I be impacted? Will […]

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The participation situation

I’m assuming we’ve all received a participation trophy at some point in our lives, whether it was for sports, a spelling bee, or a science fair. Nowadays, trophies line shelves in kids’ rooms or are just thrown out. This is because the trophies don’t mean anything two years down the road when you realize everyone […]

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Standard should be the new standard

I’m sure by now, you have seen someone driving distractedly, or been guilty of this yourself. Cell phone use while driving leads to 1.6 million crashes each year. However, it’s not just texting that is the issue, other actions including eating, conversing, drinking (and spilling), using an in-vehicle navigation system, or applying makeup, which led […]

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Showing support to athletes

As many of you know, before spring break started, the entire Kingswood Oxford school had the privilege of watching the musical “Thoroughly Modern Millie.” The support the student body brought was amazing. So this got me thinking: how come there is not a required sporting event for the KO community? The athletes work just as […]

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KO cars & company

Cars get students to and from KO every single day, but they are more than just transportation; they are also a form of expression. Chances are, you haven’t really looked around the parking lot here at school, so I’m here to show you how certain cars in the Trout Brook lot say more about  the […]

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