Oak Hill Elementary School
Oak Hill Middle / High School
Davis Stadium Entrance & Field House
Due to a Waiver Day, classes will not be in session Monday, September 23.
The 5th annual Active Acorns Parents Night was held April 10th, 2019. Thirty four adults, in addition to the club members, attended. Dawn Richards RN, from the SOMC Community Wellness Department, spoke to the group about healthy choices, wellness, social media safety, and bully prevention. Door prizes were given out, as well as many informative handouts. This was the 7th edition of the Active Acorns, and the club is sponsored by the Jackson County Health Department, Holzer Health Systems, and Atomic Employees Credit Union.
Senior members of the National Honor Society were given their graduation stoles for completing membership requirements in the National Honor Society. Pictured (L-R) front row: Mr. Bryce Werntz (advisor), Paige Risner, Xena Bunton, Tomi Kelly. Second row: Noah Cooper, Kendall Hammond, Katie Johnson, Katelyn Jones Third row: Justin Doss, Josie Bond, Ian Roush, Heaven Rawlins, Hayleigh Travis, Ethan Jacobs. Fourth row: DR Stapleton, Colin Hughes, Carson Russ, Caden Harden, Baleigh McNerlin, and Austin Dean.
Oak Hill Union Local Schools has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from the NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. Oak Hill joins 623 districts across the country in receiving the prestigious award in 2019. This is the fourth consecutive year Oak Hill has been recognized for demonstrating outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students.
The 2018-2019 OHES Active Acorns Fitness Club had their field trip to Southern Ohio Gymnastics Academy. The 71 members enjoyed the various activities and equipment the facility offers. The Active Acorns Fitness Club is sponsored by the Jackson County Health Department, Holzer Health Systems, and Atomic Employees Credit Union. Click image for larger view. March 2019
The Oaks' student section, The Nuthouse, is a finalist for the OHSAA's Golden Megaphone for the second year in a row. Pictured (L-R): C.J. Saylor, Austin Dean, Bayley Clutters, OHSAA Executive Director Jerry Snodgrass, and Hunter Lahrmer. March 2019