Why work in the Oak Hill Union Local School District?
- You will be part of a district serving two incredible schools and approximately 1,250 students
- You will have an active role in accomplishing our vision for EACH student: Skills and Character for Success
- You will be part of a caring and collaborative team that works together for continuous improvement
- You will have an essential role in achieving our district goals of learning, resources, and engagement
- You will experience a supportive and close community
Oak Hill Union Local School District is located in the village of Oak Hill, Ohio in Jackson County. We are about 90 minutes south of Columbus in the tri-state area of Ohio, West Virginia, and Kentucky.
Our Central Office is open year-round during business hours to answer your questions.
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- 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.
The Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio Department of Public Safety launched the SaferOH tip line that will accept both calls and texts 24 hours a day for schools that have registered for the service.
This tip line allows students and adults to anonymously share information with school officials and law enforcement about threats to student safety—whether that involves a threatened mass incident or harm to a single student.
Every tip can remain anonymous. School safety analysts may ask for additional information, but the caller can remain secret or leave his or her contact information for later follow-up.
Calls or texts to 844-SaferOH (844-723-3764) are answered by analysts in the Ohio Homeland Security’s Threat Assessment and Prevention (TAP) Unit. When action is needed, the TAP Unit immediately forwards information to local school officials, local law enforcement agencies and others, if necessary.
For more information about food services, contact the supervisor.
For more information about Special Services, including the Gifted Program, Section 504, or IEPs, contact Mrs. Susie Michael.