Oak Hill Schools are CLOSED through May 1st
There are no athletics or activities during this period
 

 Watch Dr. Shepard's interview with Pete Wilson from The Telegram News

Click here for important information as of March 30th from Dr. Marci Shepard

Work Pick-up for OHES

Work Pick-up for students at Oak Hill Elementary
Monday, April 6th
10am-12pm & 3pm-5pm
Work pick-up will be done as a drive-thru. Cars will follow the morning student drop-off route at the front of Oak Hill Elementary. Staff will bring the packets to your car as you pull up to the door.
*** Any work not picked up will be placed on bus routes on Thursday, April 9th, during the meal distribution bus routes.***
*** Monday's lunch delivery has not been changed and will run as normal. ***
*** At this time, work can be kept at home and combined with the new second work packet. Students can email pictures of work with teachers at any time. ***
If you have any questions, call the Oak Hill Elementary office (740-682-7096) on Monday, April 6th from 10am-5pm.

Walking Oaks Achievers

Cale Hutchins and Quinton Chambers walk 50 milesCongratulations to third grade Walking Oaks members Cale Hutchins (L) for reaching 100 miles and Quinton Chambers (R) for reaching 50 miles walked. The Walking Oaks Club is sponsored by the Jackson County Health Department and Holzer Health Systems.     March 2020

Active Acorns Keep Fit

Active Acorns enjoy Pound FitnessThe Winter 2020 Active Acorns Team enjoyed their presentation of “Pound Fitness” by local YMCA instructors Michele Turner and Tishina Harris. This fun workout has been one of the students’ favorites this year. The Active Acorns Club is sponsored by Holzer Health Systems and the Jackson County Health Department.     March 2020

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Walking Oaks Achievers

Photo of Chloe Burchett and Zoey FrenchPhoto of Matthew BoggsPhoto of Zach Swann and Nakita SmithPhoto of Cale HutchinsPhoto of Ryleigh, Whitley, and CynnieCongratulations to the following Oak Hill Elementary students for their achievements in the Walking Oaks Club: Fifth graders Chloe Burchett 325 miles, Zoey French 350 miles, and Matthew Boggs 75 miles and third graders Zach Swann 100 miles, Nakita Smith 25 miles, Cale Hutchins 75 miles, Ryleigh Little 50 miles, Whitley Barry 50 miles, and Cynnie Shepard 50 miles. Great job, students! The Walking Oaks Club is sponsored by the Jackson County Health Department and Holzer Health Systems. The advisor is OHES Nurse Alicia Kamer. Click photo for larger view.    March 2020

Active Acorns Learn Self Defense

2020 Active Acorns Winter TeamThe 2020 Active Acorns Winter Team welcomed one of its very favorite presenters, Scott King, to the February 19th meeting. The students enjoy learning Krav Maga, which is a terrific self-defense program for the students to know in today’s world. Scott not only taught them useful techniques, but also got the Acorns up and moving. The Active Acorns Club is sponsored by the Jackson County Health Department and Holzer Health Systems.     February 2020

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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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