First day of classes in the Oak Hill Union Local School District is August 23.
Doors open at Oak Hill Middle/High School at 7:00am
Doors open at Oak Hill Elementary School at 8:20am
Middle/High School students should bring $2 for lock rental

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

toys 5 14Oak Hill Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chose the Jackson County Dog Pound as a service project. For the second time this year the FCCLA has taken dog collars, blankets and pet toys to the pound.  Thirty-four collars were delivered to aid in adoption of the adorable furry animals living at the pound and looking for homes. Grade Six Life Skills students hand-made pet toys are being enjoyed by the pound puppies as this very moment.

Pictured are Grade Six Life Skills students making pet toys, many were donated to the Jackson County Dog Pound. Front (L-R) Payton Crabtree, Keagan Stevenson, and Logan Hines.  Back rows (L-R) Haley Saxour, Ethan Perry, Peyton Fields, Chase Hammond, Alyssa Gray, and Baylee Howard.

Read more: Second FCCLA Donation


blooddr1 mar14The Oak Hill FCCLA is proud to announce that 33 units of blood were collected at the March 25, 2014 OHHS blood drive. Held with the American Red Cross, the FCCLA chapter sponsors two blood drives a year.  This school year, students, staff and community members have provided lifesaving blood products for 213 patients. Blood services are often needed by accident victims, cancer patients and those in need of surgery.  FCCLA member Corey Jones actively sought donors and volunteered at the drive. Corey said, “It made me feel really good to know we were helping people and saving lives.” Corey and Mrs. Judy Hamilton, FCCLA Advisor, invite the community to any upcoming American Red Cross blood drive.

Pictured are successful OHHS blood donors Emily Sites, Lucas McGhee, and Anthony Dutton.

More photos: Blood Drive Success

FCCLA dist1The 2013 Gallia, Jackson, Vinton District FCCLA Meeting was held on December 18th at the University of Rio Grande.  This year’s state theme is “FCCLA- Mission Possible.”  Oak Hill was represented by Jeremy Curry as District Competitive Events Chairperson. Over 100 FCCLA members attended from the three county area.

Read more: 2013 District FCCLA Meeting

FC Alicia Emily TorieOhio State vs Michigan Blood Battle Rages On -- Whether you bleed scarlet and gray or maize and blue, you can show your colors by donating blood during the annual Ohio State-Michigan Blood Battle with the American Red Cross each November.  Since 1982, students and fans of the two schools have battled to take top honors in giving blood.  The Blood Battle has grown into one of the largest blood competitions in the country with more than 2,500 donations given on each campus alone.  The 2013 battle runs November 1-26, and OSU seeks to keep the trophy after beating Michigan last year.

Read more: FCCLA Blood Drive Successful

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