Human Resources


If you have distinctive talents and training, possess a work ethic of passion and energy, and are looking for a rewarding career in public education, we want to hear from you. 

Providing a world-class education to our students starts with a world-class staff. 
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At Oxford Community Schools, expectations of our students are high, and we want the very best administrators, teachers and support staff to help bring out the best in them. Our classrooms have a give-and-take dynamic where students are highly focused and driven to learn. That comes from an innovative curriculum and a careful selection of the most talented teaching staff. The same high standard of excellence is conveyed through our administrators and support personnel who streamline the delivery of our services. Most of all, we believe in our students and want to provide the very best opportunities for them. All hands work together as one for the students— that’s the bottom line. 

Non-Discrimination Clause: Oxford Community Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex (sexual orientation or gender), disability, age, height, weight, marital status or any other legally protected characteristic, in its programs, services or activities, including employment opportunities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, 10 North Washington Street Oxford, MI 48371 (248) 969-5000.


We celebrate our amazing educators across the district who make a difference in the lives of our students!  We are truly grateful for all that you do!

On May 4, 2021 we had the opportunity to visit this year’s Support Person of the Year and Teacher of the Year at each level.  We would like to congratulate our district recipients!


Elementary Teacher of the Year – Peggy Mueller

Middle School Teacher of the Year – Jessica Rowe

High School Teacher of the Year – Katie Blaszczyk

Support Person of the Year – Brenda Bamfield

Special thanks to Haney Farm Bureau Insurance for gifting each of these district winners with a $500 cash prize totaling $2,000 to accompany their award.

TOY awards

We would also like to recognize the building Teacher of the Year and Support Person of the Year recipients.  Congratulations to all of you! 

Lakeville Elementary – Laura Powers and Jennifer Raab

Leonard Elementary – Shawn Crosby

Clear Lake Elementary – Alicia Bebout

Oxford Elementary – Michelle Anderson

Daniel Axford Elementary – Katie Francis and Jenny Matteson

Oxford Virtual Academy – Leigh Ann Huller and Brian Collins

Oxford Bridges High School – Nicholas Cost

Oxford Middle School – Becky Barkman

Oxford High School – Jason French and John Ward

Central Office – Dani Stublensky


Finally, we would also like to recognize the many nominees from across the district.  It is always a difficult task to select the district finalists as there are so many wonderful educators to celebrate.  Oxford is an amazing school district and we are fortunate to have so many AMAZING educators. 

Go, Team O!