Oak Hill Elementary School
Oak Hill Middle / High School
Davis Stadium Entrance & Field House
At the October meeting of the Oak Hill Board of Education, students were recognized for Perfect Scores on the Spring Air Test. Pictured (L-R) are Principal Randy Layton, Jonathan Heath (American History), Reagan Michael (8th Grade Math), Holly Barger (8th Grade Math), and Walker Fowble (6th Grade Math). 2019
At the October meeting of the Oak Hill Board of Education, Troy and Lagena Williams presented an American flag which had flown at the US Embassy, Kabul, Afghanistan in honor of Oak Hill High School. Pictured (L-R) are Principal Randy Layton; board members Aaron Michael, Regina Boggs, and Mike French; Troy Williams; board member Paula Stewart; Lagena Williams; and board member Joe Elcess. 2019
At the October 23rd Active Acorns meeting, Paramedic Ryan Foster from the Jackson County EMS visited and taught the students about basic first aid, the Heimlich Maneuver, AED use, and CPR. The students did hands-on training and also got to tour the squad. Ryan did a fantastic job and provided very useful information. The Active Acorns Club is sponsored by Holzer Health Systems and the Jackson County Health Department.
Oak Hill Elementary Fifth Grader Zoey French has been very motivated. She has already reached 100 miles walked in the 2019-2020 OHES Walking Oaks Club. For reaching 50 miles, she earned a water bottle, and for 75 miles, she earned a gift card. For the 100 mile achievement, she has earned a fanny pack and bracelet. Her goal is to reach or exceed 500 miles walked by the end of the school year. The Walking Oaks is sponsored by Holzer Health Systems and the Jackson County Health Department. October 2019
Congratulations to four Oak Hill Elementary students for achieving the first milestone of 25 miles walked in the 2019-2020 OHES Walking Oaks Club. Pictured (L-R) third graders Zach Swann and Ty Kanouse and fifth graders Zoey French and Charissa Krannitz. They all earned their club t-shirts for their walking efforts at school and at home. The Walking Oaks Club is sponsored by Holzer Health Systems and the Jackson County Health Department. October 2019
The Fall 2019 Active Acorns welcomed Dawn Richards from SOMC’s Community Health Department. Dawn has been coming to the Active Acorn Meetings for 5 years now, and the students always enjoy her informative and entertaining activities. At this meeting, the Acorns learned the importance of stretching and exercising, especially after extended time using electronics.