Oak Hill Elementary School
Oak Hill Middle / High School
Davis Stadium Entrance & Field House
- Category: Guidance Department
On Wednesday, January 28th, OHHS will be hosting the 2015 FAFSA/Financial Aid Night at 6:00pm for seniors and their parents in the OHHS Library. A college financial aid representative will be here to answer questions and explain what is needed to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Any senior, who plans to attend college or a technical school in the Fall of 2015, should attend this meeting with their parent or guardian, so they can obtain information on how to get the most money for college/technical school.
To see the event flyer, please click here.
For more information, please contact Mrs. Spees, OHHS Guidance Counselor, at 682-7055.
- Category: Softball
- Dinner (served from noon-3pm, $5) spaghetti, bread, salad, drink, and dessert
- Chinese Auction (all day), drawings at 3:30pm
- Live Auction (immediately following Chinese Auction drawings)
- Category: OHES News
The Active Acorns welcomed Chris Smith of Extreme Gymnastics in Gallipolis to their January 14 meeting. Chris educated, as well as demonstrated, a variety of tumbling techniques. He also brought along three gymnasts from his studio to assist. The members enjoyed the tumbling activities and appreciated Chris and his gymnasts for attending the meeting. Click for larger view.
- Category: Academics
Family and Consumer Science students enrolled in Manage Transitions discussed values and resources that support lifestyle goals, effective use of time, stress management, and personal finance issues. They concluded the semester by developing their hand sewing skills. Many of the students have never sewn before and welcomed the new challenge. The project of choice was a simple fleece hat. Pattern layout, pinning, cutting and stitching skills were used. Whether the toboggans were given to a friend or are being worn, the kids were proud to complete their first project. These same students completed many of the recycled sweater dog beds that were donated to the pound.
- Category: FCCLA
With 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.