Attention staff members: with our new interface for email, you will now need to log on with your entire email address, not just your username.  If you use the same computer again, it may already be retained.

The password will be the same as your network computer logon.  Your email address has not changed.

First time used, you may need to select language and choose (UTC -5:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) time zone.

 

>>>Proceed to email by clicking here.<<<

 

Do NOT use the old email system to send out messages.  They will not be delivered to the new system.

 

For instructions on checking email from your cell phone, click here.  You can skip the Apple Store for email with fewer features (start with Step 2, add Exchange account).

 

 

 

gro oaks JFD15Oaks United is happy to announce that it is a recipient of a J. Floyd Dixon Memorial Fund of Community Foundations, Inc. grant for this school year to support the purchase of food for the Growing Oaks Food Program. The Dixon Fund awards grants to non-profit organizations located in Jackson County that are focused primarily on education and health issues. The Growing Oaks Food Program currently serves over 200 students of Oak Hill Union Local Schools. Pictured (L-R) is Dixon Fund Board Member Bonny Huffman presenting the check to Oaks United Director Marsha McCorkle and OHES Nurse/Oaks United Director Alicia Kamer. Absent from the photo is Director Cheryl Lovett.
August 2015

retirees2015Retiring school district employees were recognized by Superintendent Michael McCoy on May 22, 2015.  Pictured (L-R): Greg Taylor, Sheila Smith, Carol Phillips, Debbie Morgan, Judy Hamilton, Julie Evans, and Mr. McCoy.

30yr empl2015Mr. McCoy also recognized district employees that attained 30 years of service. Pictured (L-R): Greg Taylor, Don Leedy, Judy Eggers, Heather Kilgour, Kyra Gaines, and Mr. McCoy.

Oak Hill Union Local Schools have become a Corporate Sponsor of the Jackson Area YMCA.  Click here to find the discounted rates available for our staff members.

redribbon1 14Oak Hill Elementary students and staff were challenged by the Oak Hill Varsity Cheerleaders and Football Team to “Team Up Against Drugs and Bullying.” Pictured are Seniors, Kelsey Gaines and Caleb Potter, encouraging elementary students, to take the challenge during Red Ribbon Week.

Read more: Red Ribbon Week

Text Alerts and Messages

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