Oak Hill Elementary School
The 2018 OHES Souper Bowl was a super success, with 2,809 food items collected for the Growing Oaks Food Program and the Oak Hill Food Pantry. The winning class with the highest donation was Mrs. Mullins 5th grade with 380 items collected and second place went to Mrs. Hale’s 4th grade class with 255 items collected. These two classes win special parties from the Oaks United Directors Cheryl Lovett, Marsha McCorkle, and Alicia Kamer. The donation collected on February 2 exceeded the Fall Food Drive by over 1,000 items. Great job, OHES students, parents, and staff!
Read more: OHES Souper Bowl 2018
The second session of the OHES Active Acorns began on January 24, and Scott King taught the 38 members Krav Maga defense training. Scott’s presentation is always well received and very popular with the Acorns. Scott teaches Krav Maga at the YMCA, as well as conducts seminars at area schools and churches. We appreciate his enthusiasm for the Active Acorns Club!
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Congratulations to 4th grade student Ashton Sturgill for reaching 25 miles walked in the OHES Walking Oaks Club. He received the Club t-Shirt. Great job, Ashton! January 2018
The OHES Active Acorns Club welcomed Carina Dickens from the OSU Extention Center to its December meeting. Carina taught the Acorns about healthy eating habits, as well as easy exercises to do to increase physical activity. The members really enjoyed her presentation. The OHES Active Acorns Club is sponsored by Southern Ohio Medical Center and Holzer Health Systems.
See more photos: Active Acorns Meet