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- Category: FFA
The Oak Hill FFA Chapter participated in the State Meats Judging Contest on April 26th, 2014. At the Ohio State Meat Lab, the six freshmen contestants judged lamb, beef, and pork carcasses along with two classes of retail for each of the species. Along with judging the classes and placing them, these students had to identify 40 retail cuts and answer questions about the meat judging industry. Once the results were posted, the Oak Hill FFA Chapter scored 15th out of over 300 FFA Chapters. After a good experience of going through the training and competition, all of the competitors plan to gain more knowledge and be better prepared for next year’s competition. We would like to express our appreciation to R & C Packing for teaching and assisting with our Meat Judging Team this year, and look forward to working together for many years to come.
- Category: MS/HS News
Pictured (L-R) are Judy Hamilton, treasurer of the Oak Hill Union Local Education Association and Hope Leopold, a second-year recipient of the OHULEA scholarship.
Hope attends the University of Rio Grande. She really enjoys her classes and has completed 15 hours of observation in the pre-school center on campus. She really enjoyed her first year and cannot wait to return to classes in the fall. She is seeking a PreK-3rd grade license and a 4th and 5th grade endorsement, as well.
- Category: FCCLA
Oak 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.
- Category: MS/HS News
Mr. Randy Layton, Principal of Oak Hill High School, has announced the honor graduates for the Class of 2014. The valedictorians of this year’s graduating class are Ms. Leanna Adkins, Ms. Kelsey Hoskins, and Mr. Shane Woolum. The salutatorian is Mr. Mason Waugh.
Oak Hill Seniors graduated on Sunday, May 18, 2014. Click here for the complete list of graduates.