Photos of Oak Hill Elementary staff members during the annual Fall Party on October 27, 2017.
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The Fall Session of the Active Acorns welcomed local Krav Maga instructor Scott King for a return visit. His presentation is always very popular with the students. At this session, the Acorns learned about Trick or Treat safety awareness tips, in addition to other self defense techniques. Many thanks to Scott and his wife Kat for visiting the Active Acorns again. October 2017
Congratulations to 4th graders Nick Kanouse and Savanna Little. Both achieved 25 miles walked in the OHES Walking Oaks Club, and they received the club t-shirt. The Walking Oaks Club is co-sponsored by the Jackson County Health Department and Southern Ohio Medical Center. October 2017
Congratulations to 3rd grader Ethan Ratliff for being the first student to achieve 25 miles walked in the OHES Walking Oaks Club for the 2017-2018 school year. He received the club t-shirt for his achievement. The Walking Oaks Club is sponsored by Southern Ohio Medical Center and the Jackson County Health Department. October 2017
The Active Acorns Fall Team had its first meeting and welcomed special guest Dawn Richards, Community Health Nurse from Southern Ohio Medical Center. The students, as always, enjoyed Dawn’s presentation about healthier living. There are 87 students enrolled in the Active Acorns this year, with a Fall Team and a Winter Team to accommodate the volume of students. The Active Acorns activities are made possible by grants from Southern Ohio Medical Center and Holzer Health Systems. October 2017
Oak Hill Elementary School had its annual Fuel Up to Play 60 Kick-Off and Food Drive. There were 1,721 food items collected for the Growing Oaks and the Oak Hill Food Pantry. Individual winners for participating were (front, L-R) Leora Eutsler, Zoe Smith, and Derrick Pierce. Back (L-R) Cameron Carter, Levi Weghorst, Autumn Perry, Brooklyn Costilow, Baylee Crabtree, and Bailey Ousley. Not pictured are winners Adalyn Snyder and Colton Harris. Click photo to enlarge.