KeAnn Wilson (L) and Wesley Mullett (R) were selected by Mrs. Ahern to participate in the Memory Project, a program created by Ben Schumaker to help orphaned and refugee children have a memory of their childhood created by an American art student. These children do not have the luxury to take a “selfie” or a means to capture their memories.
Spanish IV students conducted a Puppy Drive where they sold puppy chow, and collected over 150 various dog supplies. Spanish IV also raised $500 with the sale of puppy chow and donations from students and the community. All proceeds go to the Jackson County Dog Pound which will purchase dog houses with the money received. Thanks to everyone who helped make this drive a huge success! November 2016
Character Matters At Oak Hill Middle/High School Students of the Month for September were recognized at the October School Board meeting. Pictured (L-R): Carlee Dempsey, Macy Bell, Adam Kamer, and HS Principal Randy Layton. Justin Doss was also selected but absent from the photo. The character word for September was Honesty.
Four students have been named Student of the Month for September for demonstrating the character word Honesty. Pictured (L-R): High School students Carlee Dempsey and Justin Doss; Middle School students Adam Kamer and Macy Bell. Congratulations to these students on this fine accomplishment. 2016
Carlee Dempsey has been selected as a winner of the Adena Athlete of the Month award for October 2016.
The Adena Sports Medicine Team, in conjunction with the Adena Health Foundation, sponsors the Athlete of the Month program which seeks to recognize student athletes who have made a considerable effort to maintain a higher grade point average, community service, and also reach high levels of athletic accomplishment.
Carlee will be eligible for the Adena Athlete of the Year award and a $3,000 scholarship plus a $500 cash prize for the school’s athletic program.