Oak Hill Union Local School District held its 16th Annual Senior-Senior Prom on Saturday evening, April 26, 2014. The Senior Citizens of the Oak Hill and surrounding area get to enjoy the prom atmosphere with music and refreshments just prior to the Oak Hill High School Jr.-Sr. Prom. Hostess Nancy Cherrington opened with a welcome and invocation by Erv Cherrington.
At its October 2013 meeting, the Oak Hill Union Local Board of Education recognized Marsha McCorkle as OSBA's "Outstanding Volunteer" for her efforts with the Growing Oaks Program. Pictured are Mrs. McCorkle (front center) and board members (L-R) Aaron Michael, Paula Stewart, Mike French, Joe Elcess, and Regina Boggs who showed their support for the Growing Oaks Program by each donating $100 to help the children of our district.
On the evening of October 4, 2013 the following tribute was paid to the Evan Davis Family:
Welcome to Oak Hill High School DAVIS STADIUM…. Tonight is the 40th regular season football game played on the field at this fabulous stadium. This field has been the setting for numerous school and community events over the past eight years. No one would argue that Davis Stadium is one of the finest facilities in the state and it has been the site of all levels of athletic competition from youth league to State Football Playoffs and District Track meets hosting over sixty track teams from across the state. Without the generosity of the Evan Davis Family these facilities at Oak Hill High School could never have materialized. The impact of Davis Stadium is far reaching and benefits a wide variety of students including those students who participate in the Marching Oaks Band, Varsity Football, JV Football, Junior High Football, Youth League Football, Varsity and Junior High Track, Varsity, JV and Junior High Cheerleaders and with the current construction Varsity and JV Baseball will soon be playing on a new field on the Oak Hill High School Campus, again thanks to the generosity of the Evan Davis Family.
Oak Hill Schools retired teacher Marsha McCorkle (center) was presented an Outstanding Volunteer award on September 26, 2013 by the Ohio School Boards Association for her work with the Growing Oaks Food Program operating at Oak Hill Elementary School. In September of 2012, Mrs. McCorkle presented the new program to the Board of Education, at which time a resolution was adopted to work cooperatively with Growing Oaks to provide services to our children. With assistance from individuals, community and church groups, Growing Oaks collects food to be sent home in "backpacks" once a month for children in need. The Oak Hill Union Local School District is very appreciative of Marsha McCorkle's efforts, as well as our community's support for this valuable program, and feels she is very deserving of the OSBA Award.