Oak Hill Elementary School
Allisen 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.
Oak 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.
OHES 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.
Two students at Oak Hill Elementary School were recognized by the Board of Education for achieving perfect scores on the Ohio Achievement Assessments
. Pictured (L-R) are OHES Assistant Principal Whitney Crabtree, Evan Coon, Chloe Chambers, and OHES Principal Adam Michael.
Oaks United Inc. is a local non-profit organization that provides charitable relief to individuals in the Oak Hill Area. Their first endeavor is the Growing Oaks Food Program, which provides food assistance to Oak Hill Elementary kids in need. Food bags are provided monthly and prior to school breaks. All money collected is spent on the purchase of food items, with special donors covering necessary operating expenses.
Read more: Growing Oaks Food Program
Oak Hill Elementary is collecting Box Tops for Education. The program is very beneficial to the students of OHES. Box Tops are found on many popular products like cereal. Collection boxes are located in the OHES office. For more information on the program visit www.BTFE.com or contact the school.