100 Mile Walking Club '13

WalkingClub 10 13Thanks to a grant from the Active Schools Acceleration Project, Oak Hill Elementary students are participating in the 100 Mile Club®.  This program provides the opportunity to run or walk 100 miles at school during recess, which improves school readiness to learn, creates better educational outcomes, building self-esteem and the overall health in the lives of children and others.  Students are rewarded for reaching milestones, with incentives of t-shirts, pencils, and bracelets.  When they reach the 100 mile milestone, they will be awarded a special medal at the end of the year.  Currently, 62 OHES students are enrolled in the program.

October 2013

Handbook Artists

handbookartPictured (L-R) are Hayden Coon, Brianna Moore, Evan Davison, and Gunner Shephard who are Oak Hill Elementary students.   During the 2012-2013 school year they created the winning artwork for the school-issued agendas for the 2013-2014 school year.  Great job kids!

Two-Millionaire Reader

allisen jonesAllisen Jones was recognized by the Board of Education at the September 2013 meeting for achieving the "Two-Millionaire Reader" level during last school year.  Pictured (L-R) are OHES Principal Adam Michael, Allisen, and OHES Assistant Principal Whitney Crabtree.

Breakfast Blitz Grant

futp60 logoOak Hill Elementary FUTP60 Program Advisor Alicia Kamer was notified that OHES received a $1000 Breakfast Blitz grant from the Got Milk? and Fuel Up to Play 60 programs.  With more than 80,00 votes cast for over 11,400 schools, this campaign directed a total of $250,000 in grants nationwide to support school breakfast programs.  As a result of Oak Hill Elementary School's effort, it was one of only 250 schools to receive a Breakfast Blitz grant that will be used to purchase healthy breakfast items.
September 2013

FUTP60 Kick-Off

futp 9 13OHES had its 4th annual FUTP60 Kick-Off on Friday September 6, 2013.  Students were encouraged to wear a shirt of their favorite football team, as well as bring in cans of soup to donate to the Growing Oaks Food Program.  A total of 787 cans were collected.  The class with the most cans donated was Mrs. Bartels' 3rd grade class with 66 cans collected. 

Individual winners were randomly selected by a drawing, and the winners were (Front L-R) Mason Hunter, Andy Meldick, Grady Massie, and Cameron Carter. (Back L-R) Hannah Richards, Gideon Lyall-Wolford, Nate Clutters, Alexcis Duhl, Ani Canter, Rachel Puckett, and Morgan Kearns.  Staff winners were Angie Hilderbrant, Heather Kilgour, and Susan Michael.

Text Alerts and Messages

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