Online Meal Payment Option

e-Funds for Schools Online Payment Option for Meal Program

The Oak Hill Union Local School District is pleased to introduce a new program called e~Funds for Schools. This program offers various options for parents/guardians who choose to make payments online and is extremely user friendly.

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School Alerts and Messages

If you provided your mobile number and are not receiving texts, be sure to text Y to 67587 to opt in.

If you would like to receive alerts, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact the webmaster or inform your child's school office of your mobile number and email address where you would like to receive notifications. IMPORTANT: Also provide the name of each student associated with you and this information. If you supply more than one phone number, kindly specify which is your "preferred" number for us to first call.  If you change or disconnect a number anytime during the year, please let us know.

Be watching for alerts via phone, text, and email. If you receive an invitation from 67587 to opt in, reply Y to confirm, HELP for more information or visit SchoolMessenger.

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School Employees Recognized

retiree 2016Retiring school district employees were recognized by Superintendent Michael McCoy on May 27, 2016.  Pictured (L-R): Betty Potter, Judy Eggers, Don Leedy, Portia Thomas, and Mr. McCoy.

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Oak Hill Musicians at URG

ohmusic rio16Oak Hill Schools music teachers and student performed with the University of Rio Grande's Symphonic Band in their annual Spring Concert on April 14, 2016 on the campus of the University Rio Grande.

Pictured (L-R)  Mr. Gary Stewart, University Band Director; Ms. Bambi Roush, Oak Hill Elementary music teacher; Abigail Denny, senior Oak Hill Band member; and Mr. Bryce Werntz, Oak Hill Director of Bands.

Oaks United Receives Grant

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

Text Alerts and Messages

alert buttonText alerts are available for school closings, delays, early dismissals, emergencies, and general announcements. These are in addition to automated phone calls currently sent during inclement weather. Click here for more info.

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