Oak Hill Elementary School
Oak Hill Middle / High School
Davis Stadium Entrance & Field House
We have updated our 2020-2021 school calendar to provide support to our staff who are working hard to serve every student every day both on our campuses and online. We are adding five additional in-service days where staff work but students do not attend school, so that we can meet the needs of our students. The dates are: September 24-25, November 6, January 15, and March 5. The revised calendar is posted on our website.
These ladies have been selected to represent their classes as the 2020 Homecoming Court. Even though we are unable to have a homecoming dance, we want to preserve this special tradition, so we will still have a Homecoming Ceremony. It will be held during the Pregame of the September 25th home football game. Due to requirements limiting spectators, each Homecoming Court member will get three vouchers to the game (the same as players, band members, and cheerleaders). We are live-streaming home games on Facebook so others can watch for free!
Pictured (L-R): Freshman Kassidy McCarty, Sophomore Abby Donley, Junior Macie Blackburn, Seniors Jessica Sexton, Kailey Adkins, Grace Arrowood, Junior Faith Evans, Sophomore Jordan Howard, and Freshman Emma Davis. Click photo to enlarge view.
Congratulations to Abigail Meldick (L) and Noah Donley (R), winners of Adena Sports Medicine 2019-2020 Athlete of the Year scholarships. Abigail and Noah are 2020 graduates of Oak Hill High School.
“The 2020 graduating class faced many challenges and adversities due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Melissa Richendollar, Adena’s Director of Rehabilitation Services. “Adena Sports Medicine felt it was only fitting that we celebrate multiple winners this year, and to recognize these outstanding young men and women for their achievements both on the field and in the classroom.”
The Adena Sports Medicine Athlete of the Year Scholarship is funded through activities conducted by Adena’s Sports Medicine Team, in conjunction with the Adena Health Foundation.
- Continue with the requirement for an annual Pre‐Participation Physical Evaluation (PPE) ‐ every 13 months ‐ for all 7‐12 grade students.
- Recommend strongly discouraging the use of mass physicals for this upcoming school year for the benefit of public health and to recommend all students receive a PPE in a private setting.
- Strongly recommend that the physical exam be done at a medical home.
- Allow a student who has had a PPE within the last year to conduct his/her 2020‐21 PPE in person or via telehealth as long as the usual forms are filled out, signed and in the provider’s hands prior to the visit.
- OHSAA Physical Form (pdf). Complete and sign this form (with your parents if younger than 18) before your appointment.