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Oak Hill Elementary School
Adam Michael - Principal
Whitney Crabtree - Asst. Principal
Fax 740-682-7065

soup16 1The 4th annual OHES "Soup-er Bowl" was a super success! A total of 1,634 cans of soup were collected and donated to the Growing Oaks Food Program and Oak Hill Food Pantry. Students from the OHHS Vo-Ag Program assisted Growing Oaks volunteers in food collection. The two classroom winners for most cans collected were Miss Leonard's 2nd grade class and Mr. Persin's 5th grade class. Individual winners were (L-R): Matthias Comer-Wolfe, Dylan Cox, Chase Frye, Christian Burcham, William Strickland, Austin Evans, and Lexie Kelley. Winners not pictured were Jacob Allen and Kaiden Davis. Staff participation winners were Brandy Harris and Jarin Penwell. Great job, OHES!

Read more: "Soup-er Bowl" 2016

active acornsfeb16Todd Crabtree, founder of the Seishin Ryoku Aikido School, visited the OHES Active Acorns White Stripe Team meeting to teach the Acorns various Aikido techniques. This is the fourth year Todd has visited an Active Acorns meeting, and as always, the members enjoyed his presentation very much. Pictured are members Emma Dugan and Brian Radabaugh practicing some of the skills demonstrated.
February 2016

exer rocks16Congratulations to OHES 3rd grade student James Miller who was chosen as the winner of the Walking Oaks Club "Exercise Rocks!" poster contest. As the winner, James received a Wal-Mart gift card. Great job, James!
January 2016

Anteby jan16Congratulations to 3rd grade student Joseph Anteby for achieving the first milestone in the OHE Walking Oaks Club, 25 miles walked. For his efforts, Joseph received the club t-shirt.
January 2016

james m16Congratulations to 3rd grader James Miller for achieving the first milestone in the Walking Oaks Club, 25 miles walked. For his efforts, he received the club t-shirt.
January 2016

Our first family event took place December 15, 2015. For those attending, it was a Fun Night for the whole family. After refreshments, families attended game stations. The game stations consisted of Bingo, Family Feud and Minute To Win It. Looking at the pictures below, it seems the evening was a success.
Kindergarten has an average daily attendance of 15. Kindergarten students have been working hard on learning their letters and sight words in Reading. For Math, students have been working on their numbers and are now beginning addition. The students have also been enjoying winter crafts after homework time each evening.
First grade has spent the first week of January focusing on Social Studies curriculum. Our Social Studies curriculum has included learning about Ohio and working with map skills. We look forward to upcoming weeks of art, dance, and drama.
Second grade has been researching Penguins. We have made penguin habitats and penguin blubber. The students are having a great time with all the new learning experiences.
January will be an exciting month for third graders. The month will begin by rocking it out with music, followed by spectacular science experiments. In Social Studies the students will take a trip around the world to see how other children live and create art projects from different countries.
The fourth grade will be working on the play the Ugly Duckling. They are learning about the components of basic dramatic performance. The students are excited to learn about musicals instruments and also will be doing some great science experiments.
In January the fifth grade students have caught boogie fever! The students have taught their teachers the Whip NaeNae
and were delighted when the teachers introduced the Cha Cha Slide. With the help of Just Dance 2014, students and teachers both have "tore the house down" with artists like; One Direction, Justin Timberlake, and Ray Parker Jr. Anyone for dancing
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Our next Parent Academy will be held on January 21, 2016, 6:00-7:30pm. This Parent Academy will be an Instructional Night for parents, with the focus on reading. Children may attend and separate activities will be provided for them. During this evening, parents will be given information about the reading process, ways to encourage children to read more, and
tips and materials to enhance reading at home. Hope to see you then. Rita Persin, Family Coordinator for OAKS After School.
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