Due to a Waiver Day, classes will not be in session Friday, October 20.

dirk ffaconv oct13dirk2 ffaconv oct13Oak Hill High School 2012 graduate, Dirk Dempsey (L) was awarded The American FFA Degree in recognition of his years of academic and professional excellence.  Each year, the National FFA Organization honors FFA members who show the utmost dedication to the organization through their desire to develop their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Read more: Dempsey Awarded FFA Degree

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The Oak Hill FFA chapter held their annual FFA banquet on Sunday April 21, 2013.  This year our banquet speaker was Buckeye Man, who is a retired FFA teacher and local legend on the campus of The Ohio State University.  He educated members and guests on the importance of succeeding and how to take pride in whatever it is you do.  Throughout the evening countless awards were handed out to FFA members.

Read more: 2013 FFA Banquet

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The FCCLA and Oak Hill High School join 29,000 schools nationwide in the fight against blood cancer by spearheading “Pennies for Patients” supporting the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. A “Hat Day,” lollipop sales and boxes for spare change were all put in place to collect our $284 donation.  

Donations from Pennies for Patients help families of patients pay for medicines, and the doctor or others treatment-related expenses. In addition to help funding research on finding a cure.

Read more: FCCLA Pennies for Patients

FCCLA pets3With the chilly weather, the Jackson County Dog Pound put the warm beds right to work for their four legged clients. If you are considering donating sweaters for the project, not to worry.  Additional sweaters received will be remade into beds and delivered. Contact Judy Hamilton if you have questions or would like directions to make your own pet bed.

Pictured (L-R) FCCLA members Ambure Griffith, Haley Butts, and McKenzie Shanks, show a few of the recycled sweater dog beds made as class projects.

Read more: FCCLA Donates Pet Beds

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