Oak Hill Elementary School
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- Category: FCCLA
Ohio 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.
- Category: MS/HS News
Congratulations to seniors Mason Waugh (L) and Kelsey Hoskins (R), who are the Oak Hill High School Wendy's Heisman Award winners for 2013-2014.
- Category: Band
The Oak Hill Marching Oaks performed at the Ohio Statehouse on October 30, 2013. Pictured on the steps of the Capitol are the Marching Oaks along with (center front, L-R) Mr. Bryce Werntz, Director; Representative Ryan Smith, House District 93; and Mr. Greg Hollback, Assistant Director.
- Category: OHES News
Many Oak Hill Elementary students and staff signed a pledge during Red Ribbon Week, October 23-31, 2013. Shown are students signing the pledge poster "One school, one goal: bully & drug free. We pledge to never bully others & to say no to drugs!" Red Ribbon Week is a way for everyone to unite and take a visible stand against bullying and drug abuse.
- Category: District News
At its October 23rd meeting, the Oak Hill Union Local Board of Education recognized Marsha McCorkle as OSBA's "Outstanding Volunteer" for her efforts with the Growing Oaks Program. Pictured are Mrs. McCorkle (front center) and board members (L-R) Aaron Michael, Paula Stewart, Mike French, Joe Elcess, and Regina Boggs who showed their support for the Growing Oaks Program by each donating $100 to help the children of our district.
- Category: OHES News
The OHES Active Acorns Fitness Club recently had its first official meeting of the 2013-2014 school year. Twenty-two members are currently enrolled from grades 3-5. The club is made possible by the Fuel Up to Play 60 grant OHES again received, and members will be learning about physical fitness throughout the school year. Pictured are some of the Active Acorns demonstrating their flexibility during warm-ups.