Oak Hill Elementary School
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2023 Grand March & Prom
OHHS held its 2023 Grand March and Prom on Saturday, May 6th. Last year's royalty Morgan Kearns and Quinton Lewis (center) crowned this year's Queen Kaydee Johnson and King Rylan Sams.
To view photos from the Grand March and Prom, click here.
Congratulations to 5th grader Mallori Wills-Tilley for achieving 50 miles walked in the OHES Walking Oaks Club. The Walking Oaks Club is sponsored by the Ohio Valley Bank. May 2023
Smith's Art at SSU
Kylee Smith's art piece "Widow" was chosen to be displayed in the Visually Literate Art Show at Shawnee State University. The show was held at the Appleton Gallery with the closing reception and awards presentation May 16th. Pictured (L-R) are OHHS art instructor Angie Richards and Kylee at the April 2023 Board of Education meeting.
Millionaire Readers Recognized
Fourth-grader Mya Erwin and fifth-grader Boone Nelson were recognized at the April 2023 meeting of the Board of Education as millionaire readers, having read one million words in AR. Pictured (L-R) are Mya, OHES Principal Rebekah Potter, and Boone.
Senior Trip 2023
Lodwick Creates Portrait
The Memory Project has high school students and teachers create portraits for children around the world who have faced substantial challenges. It is thought to be a way to promote intercultural understanding and kindness around the world. This year the portraits have been sent to Nigeria. This is Brianna Lodwick's second year participating in this project. The Memory Project was recognized during the closing reception at The Visually Literate Show at Shawnee State's Appleton Gallery on May 16th. Pictured are OHHS art instructor Angie Richards and Brianna Lodwick at the April 2023 Board of Education meeting.
Board Recognizes Athletes
The following athletes were recognized at the April 2023 meeting of the Oak Hill Union Local Board of Education:
Oak Hill Music Honored
Oak Hill Union Local School District has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from the NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. Oak Hill joins 830 districts across the country in receiving the prestigious award in 2023. This is the eighth consecutive year Oak Hill has been recognized for demonstrating outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students.
Concert Band Places 1st
The Oak Hill High School Concert Band attended the Music In The Parks Competition sponsored by Kings Island and performed at Loveland Middle School. After competing among other schools from the Tri-State area and beyond, they received a superior rating and first-place trophy. Congratulations Oaks Band! Click images to enlarge.
The Cast and Crew of the Spring Musical “Beauty and the Beast” thank the community for their support. Click image to enlarge. March 2023