Oak Hill Elementary School
T-Shirt Design Winner
Elementary 2nd grade student Hayden Coon was selected as this year's winner of the Jackson-Vinton Farm Bureau Ag Experience Day t-shirt design contest. Hayden's design competed against t-shirt designs from all 2nd grade students in the Oak Hill Union, Jackson City, and Vinton County school districts. Pictured with a t-shirt showing Hayden's winning design is OHES Principal Randy Layton, Hayden Coon, and Hayden's 2nd grade teacher Dena Spriggs.
OHHS Receives Gifts
To commemorate Oak Hill Elementary achieving "Touchdown Status" for the 3rd consecutive year, the NFL's Fuel Up to Play 60 Program and the American Dairy Association selected OHES to receive a gift package from the Cincinnati Bengals. The package included FUTP60 hats, t-shirts, backpacks, a beach towel, as well as a football autographed by Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton and a Bengals jersey autographed by Bengals DE Michael Johnson. Pictured with the autographed items are OHES principal Randy Layton and OHES Nurse/FUTP60 Program Advisor Alicia Kamer. Great job OHES students and staff!
Active Acorns End Year
The OHES Active Acorns Fitness Club had its final meeting for the 2012-2013 school year at Central Park on May 8. The Club was made possible by the Fuel Up to Play 60 grant OHES received this year.Read more...
Congratulations to the students and staff of Oak Hill Elementary for achieving "Touchdown Status" again with the NFL's Fuel Up to Play 60 Program. To achieve this status, OHES completed all six steps of the FUTP60 Program to help create a healthier school environment and Program Advisor Alicia Kamer completed the FUTP60 Dashboard requirements. A "Touchdown Status" banner was sent to OHES to display. Great job OHES!
Pink for Pam Day
On Wednesday April 24, the staff of Oak Hill Elementary had a "Pink for Pam Day" to show support for their co-worker and friend Pam Ramsey as she battles cancer. A photo was taken and presented to Pam to commemorate her special day.