The Madison-Jefferson Fire Department recently conducted a coat drive for needy students at Oak Hill Elementary. Several high quality coats and other winter apparel were donated. Many thanks to Fire Chief Chris Walls and all members of the MJFD for this generous donation.
Congratulations to Katelyn Ratliff, a 4th grade student at OHES, who recently reached the 25 mile level of the 100 Mile Club. The 100 Mile Club encourages students to reach 100 miles walked during the school year. For reaching 25 miles, Katelyn received a 100 Mile Club t-shirt.
At its December 2013 meeting, the Board of Education recognized several third grade students for their Study Island Achievement. Pictured standing (L-R) are Jada Reese, Haley Ratliff, Reagan Michael, Amelia Michael, Kaydee Johnson, Levi Fields, Macy Bell, and Ashtan Adkins. Also recognized, but not pictured, were Aiden Hall and Gavin Howell. Congratulating the students are (back, L-R) board president Aaron Michael, board member Mike French, district treasurer Rhonda Harrison, and board member Regina Boggs.
The Oaks United Growing Oaks Food Program received a $5000 grant from CareSource, which will enable Oaks United to continue serving students in the district.
Pictured (L-R) are: OHES assistant principal Whitney Crabtree, Oaks United director Marsha McCorkle, OHES Nurse/Oaks United director Alicia Kamer, Oaks United volunteer Marlin Lovett, OHES principal Adam Michael, Oaks United director Cheryl Lovett, Oak Hill Schools superintendent Mike McCoy, and CareSource's Community Education Representative Sandy Bryant.