The Eagle Eye

Oak Hill United School Corporation - May 2023

Hardman's Happenings

Hello Oak Hill Families!

I can’t believe it is already time for our last newsletter of the year as it seems like just yesterday that I was introducing myself to you as the new superintendent with the Oak Hill Schools. I know we have had our challenges this year but I truly feel it has been a great year and I am so excited with the direction the school is moving and look forward to the years to come! !

Registration is now open for those students who will be new to Oak Hill Schools next year. If you know any families who are new to our area and are interested in attending one of the Oak Hill Schools, please encourage them to visit our school website page for prospective students which would include any new kindergarteners. Registration for students returning to Oak Hill Schools next year will be open Friday, July 21st and will be open through Monday, July 31st. Registration for students returning to Oak Hill can be done through your Skyward Family Access account. Information for returning students can be found on the school website page titled school registration.

There will be a change to the start and end times of the elementary, junior high, and high schools for the 2023-24 school year. The three elementary schools will begin their day at 7:55am and will end at 2:55pm. The junior high and high school will begin their day at 8:10am and end at 3:10pm. This is being done to help our families that have children in multiple buildings align their schedules better for drop off and pick up times as well as allow our activity buses ample time to travel to away events after school. It will also lessen the wear and tear on some of our buses that were making double trips throughout the district as well as shorten the time our drivers are out on their routes. Bus routes have not been determined for next year yet but in order to streamline and make the most efficient bus routes, changes may need to be made to current routes and pick up/drop off points. Once routes and pick up/drop off locations are determined, that information will be shared with all of our Oak Hill families.

We have been able to secure more bus drivers for the next school year but we still need two to three more drivers! If you are interested in becoming a bus driver or you know someone who might be interested, please reach out or have them reach out to Sandy Shouse, OHUSC Transportation Coordinator, via phone at 765-395-3341 ext 1106 or by email at to get more information about becoming a school bus driver. Here is a list of the steps one would need to follow to obtain a CDL with a school bus endorsement which is required to drive a school bus. We appreciate any help that you can provide in getting the word out to help us find more bus drivers for our school corporation.

Our principals have been fielding questions about what aftercare and tutoring will look like for next year at the elementary levels. For the last two years, the aftercare program at the elementary schools and the tutoring program K-12 at all of our schools have been funded through a grant. That grant ends in June of 2023 and funds will not be available for the 2023-24 school year. We are working with community partners in Grant County to possibly do an aftercare program at one or two of our elementary schools. We don’t know for sure if this will happen or what it might look like, but once we have more information on the aftercare program, I will send that information out to our families.

Save the Date!! Tentative plans are being put together for Oak Hill School’s Back to School Nights for the 2023-24 school year. Preliminary plans for the three elementary schools are to have their Back to School Night on Tuesday, August 8th and the junior high and high school Back to School Night is planned for Wednesday, August 9th. Times will be sent out at a later date once finalized. The first day of the school for the 2023-24 school year is Thursday, August 10th.

All of our schools have a number of activities planned for these last few days of school! These days are some of the most fun times for students as they spend time making memories with their teachers and friends that will hopefully last a lifetime. I do hope these last few days of the 2022-23 school year are special ones for your child(ren) as they go into their summer break! Have a great summer break and enjoy the extra time that you get to spend with your kiddos! I know we sure will miss them over the summer break but will be so ready for them when they come back on August 10th!!

Thank you for all the support this past year and for making my first year at Oak Hill a great one!

Yours in Education,

Sheri Hardman
OHUSC Superintendent

End of Year Cafeteria News

REMINDER TO ALL OH PARENTS/GUARDIANS: Be sure to regularly check your child’s account balances on Skyward and pay any outstanding balances as soon as possible.

GRADUATING SENIORS: Negative lunch balances need to be paid BEFORE graduation.

USDA meal programs for children operate all summer. If you need assistance there are several resources available:

  • To find the nearest summer meal site, call 211 or text ‘Summer Meals’ (English) or ‘Verano’ (Spanish) to 914-342-7744.

  • Households in need of assistance any time of the year can call the USDA National Hunger Hotline at 866-3-HUNGRY to speak with a representative who will find resources, such as summer meal sites, food banks and other nearby social services.

  • Enter your address to find free, healthy meals being served by organizations in your community at You can also find these resources by texting “FOOD” or “COMIDA” to 304-304.

If you have any questions about your child’s lunch account please contact Dana South, OH Food Service Director, at or 765-395-3341, ext. 6018.
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News from Converse Elementary

Our 1st graders did an AMAZING job at their Spring Concert under the direction of Mrs. Lamkin! They were able to show off their singing and instrument playing to showcase all of their hard work in Music Class! Thanks to all who were able to attend!
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Kindergarten Information!

We are still able to get kiddos into our kindergarten classes for the 2023-2024 school year! Please READ CAREFULLY: You will only need to complete one of these links below! We would also love to get your kiddo in for a Kindergarten screener, so please contact us at Converse to get this process started! (It only takes about 15 minutes!)

IF YOU CURRENTLY HAVE OTHER STUDENTS ENROLLED AT OAK HILL, click this link attached to login to your CURRENT skyward account to register your new kindergartner.

IF THIS IS YOUR FIRST CHILD TO ENROLL AT OAK HILL, click the link attached to enroll your child.

Converse Preschool

If you have a child who will be 4 years old by August 1st and are interested in preschool, please contact us at Converse! 765-395-3341 ext 2000. We would love to talk with you about joining our Converse Family! We are still deciding if this will be a half-day or full-day option. OUR SPOTS WILL BE LIMITED, so don't wait!! Let us know if you have any questions!
THANK YOU FOR AN AMAZING YEAR! We hope you all have a safe and wonderful summer! We can't wait to see you in August!

Converse Students and Staff Member of the Month

Asher Tracy - Kindergarten Student of the Month

Asher comes to school excited to learn every day. He shows kindness to everyone in class and is a good listener. We are so glad to have Asher as a part of our Converse Family!

Phoenix Ott - 1st Grade Student of the Month

Phoenix Ott is a 1st grade with Mrs. Maynus. She is a great friend, is always willing to help, and has a fantastic attitude about everything we do!! We are so glad to have Phoenix as a part of our Converse Family!

Ivan Bilyeu - 2nd Grade Student of the Month

Ivan Bilyeu is a 2nd grader with Mrs. Troyer. Ivan is always polite and on task when is is out in the building. He always has a smile on his face and says hello when you pass him in the hall. He is a hard worker and a kind friend! We are so glad to have Ivan as a part of our Converse Family!

Mrs. Kreitzer - Converse Staff Member of the Month

Mrs. Kreitzer is our social worker at Converse. She deserves a giant shout-out for everything she does to help Converse run smoothly! Sometimes we have tiny friends with big emotions and Mrs. Kreitzer plays a HUGE role in helping them find tools to help them calm their bodies. She knows every student by name and works hard to get to know them throughout the school year. She appears to work tirelessly and we wonder how she does what she does! WE ARE SO THANKFUL to have Mrs. Kreitzer as a part of our Converse Family!

Sweetser Snapshot

Welcome to May!! We have had a jam packed month here at Sweetser since we have been back from Spring Break!! Our students have been on field trips, participated and/or watched the Shrek musical performance, the OHUSC Band came to play for our students, and we had a Literati Book Fair! We also completed the ILearn Standardized testing between April 17 and May 12th. Thank you to all of the fourth grade parents that came out for the Indiana County Presentations that our students and teachers have been working so hard on! As we come to a close this school year, I want to thank everyone for a wonderful year! We had an unusual school year with the water damage, and the community truly gathered around us and poured support into our Sweetser School! It takes a village, and what an awesome village we have! Enjoy your summer Oak Hill families! See ya next year!!


Jennifer Switzer

Sweetser Elementary Principal

#begoodforstudents #begoodforpeople #sweetatsweetser

Literati Book Fair:

This past week, Sweetser Elementary dove into the Literati Secrets of the Sea Book Fair. It was an exciting and fun week with approximately $5,000 in sales. Thank you to all of the kids and family members that shopped! Special thanks to our volunteers: school board members: Teresa Shafer, Andy Horner, and Scott Dubois (and wife Stephanie, former Sweetser teacher Jenny Horner, Mrs. Poehler, and Amanda Thompson.

Each teacher is getting several new books for their classroom thanks to several students, families, and volunteers that gifted them some books and from the book sales profit. Thank you to the whole school for getting into the deep sea decorating fun. The hallways looked great! Mrs. Brunner also drew some sea life silhouettes to add to our waves in the library. Congratulations to our goldfish in the jar winner Jakobe Young!

What a great week! Happy Reading Sweetser Elementary!!!

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Shrek Preview Performance
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Mrs. McClure’s Glow in the Dark Escape Room:
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IWU Field Trip ~ 3rd Grade
TrailSide Treats ~ 3rd Grade
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Indiana County Project Presentations ~ 4th Grade

Sweetser Students and Staff Member of the Month

Walter Lowmiller - 3rd Grade Student of the Month

The Third Grade Student of the Month is Walter Lowmiller! He was recognized by his Computer Science teacher, Mrs. Sneed. Mrs. Sneed states, “Walter is always willing to help other students as well as do anything that is needed to help the class. I appreciate Walter’s helpfulness!” His classroom teachers, Ms. Holt states, “ Walter has shown great growth this year academically and socially. He works hard everyday. He has read many books and earned a lot of AR points! He is a good friend and includes everyone with kindness. If anyone needs a partner, he is one of the first to offer to join them!” Thank you, Walter! We are glad to have you represent Sweetser Elementary.

Brian Alters - 4th Grade Student of the Month

Sweetser’s Fourth Grade Student of the Month is Brian Alters! Mrs. Hunt, our school librarian nominated Brian! She states, “Brian is a pleasure to have in library. He loves to read and he always keeps track of his books. He works quietly and does what is asked of him without being reminded. His smile is fantastic and he made me smile by reading 2 of our state books for our Read Across America Challenge that didn't get picked right away. Thanks for being an amazing student Brian!” His classroom teacher, Mrs. Brown states, “Brian is a kind, caring, and hardworking student. Brian always has a smile on his face! Brian is a pleasure to have in class.”

Ms. K-Lee Davenport - Sweetser Staff Member of the Month

Ms. K-Lee Davenport is nominated for Staff Member of the Month! She joined our Sweetser team in April this school year. She has stepped into the role as our new secretary with flying colors. She goes above and beyond to support staff needs, office needs, parent needs, and student needs at all times. Thank you for your smile and your positive attitude that you bring to school every day. We appreciate you!

Greetings from Swayzee Elementary!

It seems like it was just yesterday when I welcomed Swayzee Elementary students back to school in August. This school year seems to have gone by exceptionally fast. It’s hard to believe the last day for students will be on May 24th. Even though we are quickly approaching the last day of school, our students continue to work hard and make us proud of them every day. Swayzee has finished its ILEARN testing and IREADY diagnostics and we eagerly await to see how our students performed. Even though we have only a few weeks left in the school year we have many activities planned for our 5th and 6th grade students. Please see the schedule of events below:

Important dates in May

May 10: 7th grade Orientation at Swayzee Elementary

May 12: 6th grade field trip (Koteewi Park)

May 15: 5th grade Wiffle Ball Tournament starts

May 17: 5th grade field trip (The ARK)

May 17-19: 6th grade glow week

May 22: Swayzee Elementary Band and Choir concert (HS gym)

May 22: 5th and 6th Grade Awards (HS gym-parents allowed to attend)

May 23-24: Swayzee’s Got Talent

May 23: Field Day

May 26: 5th Grade Wiffle Ball Tournament Championship

Last Day of School for Students

The Swayzee staff will be sad to see the 6th graders leave and go to the JH next year. However, we will be excited to welcome a new 5th grade class and see how this year’s 5th graders grow over the summer. As always, parents may contact Shawn Means at 765-395-3341 or by email at if they ever have any questions concerning their children.

7th Grade Orientation (for current Swayzee Elementary 6th Graders)

7th grade orientation (for current Swayze Elementary 6th graders) took place on Wednesday, May 10th. Mrs. Shigley, who is the JH guidance counselor, came to Swayzee Elementary during the morning and gave a presentation to the students.

Next year every 7th grade student will have two semesters of math, science, English, literature, and history. Students will also have one semester of PE, health, FACS, and art. All current band and choir students will automatically be enrolled in band or choir instead of PE (unless a parent contacts Mrs. Shigley or the JH office to ask for their student to be removed from their music class). All students currently in honor/advanced math and/or literature class(es) will be enrolled in the advanced classes at the junior high unless a parent or guardian contacts Mrs. Shigley or the JH office. Individual 7th grade student schedules will be sent out in mid July.

At this time, the JH staff is planning to open their building to parents and students in order for students to walk around the building and locate their lockers and classes in late July. More information will be sent during the summer months.

If you have any questions, you may call Swayzee Elementary or Oak Hill Junior High. Oak Hill Junior High is looking forward to seeing its new 7th grades for the 2023-24 school year!

Swayzee Math Bowl Team

The Swayzee Math Bowl team traveled to Yorktown on Tuesday, April 11th to compete in the Indiana Association of School Principals State Math Bowl competition. The students competed against other schools from around the state that have an enrollment of at least 187 students, which is the large school division. The Math Bowl team was coached by 5th grade teachers Angie Nally and Kelli Pickering. The Math Bowl team did an outstanding job and Swayzee is proud of their hard work and accomplishments!
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VEX Robotics World Championship

Silas Watkins, Mason Cates, and Titus Hale competed in the Robotics World Championship in Texas. Great job on a great season. We are looking forward to an even better year next year! They were coached by Will Eggers and Andrew Hale

Shrek at Swayzee

Swayzee Elementary would like to congratulate Aeron Kincaid and the entire cast (especially those in the 5th and 6th grade) of Shrek The Musical! Every performance was outstanding! It is amazing to see the talent exhibited by everyone involved. All of the performances for Shrek The Musical were awesome! Swayzee Elementary cast members include: Silas Watkins, Ashlyn Nall, Karina Drollinger, Felicity Bishop, Ava David, Lily Johnson, Taylor Zickafoose, Eva Tripp, Keagan Magee, Lilly Kroll, Ethan Cain, Izzy Ybarra, Ava Bishir. Cheers to a job well done!
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Swayzee Students and Staff Member of the Month

Brantley Trexler - 5th Grade Student of the Month

Brantley Trexler is the 5th grade student of the month for May at Swayzee Elementary. Brantley has seen incredible growth this year. This has been not only in his personal character, but also his academics. He has been incredibly helpful and kind in his classes lately. Teachers have noted that Brantley has taken upon himself to be a positive influence on others. Teachers have noted that his character is where he is truly shining! Keep up the great work Brantley. Your positive efforts have not gone unnoticed by the Swayzee Elementary staff. We are proud of your accomplishments! Keep up the great work!

Elyn Hunt - 6th Grade Student of the Month

Elyn Hunt is the student of the month for May at Swayzee Elementary. Elyn is ALWAYS smiling. She is extremely kind and warm hearted. She also brings her cheerfulness to school each and every day. Elyn tends to have a quiet personality, but she is respected by both her classmates and staff. She always looks on the bright side of things. She is always willing to help others and puts others ahead of herself when they are in need. Elyn is a hard worker and excels at her work. She is a fabulous student and peer! Swayzee Elementary is lucky to have had Elyn as a student for the past two years. She will be missed next year! Keep up the great work Elyn!!

Marcia Carpenter - Swayzee Staff Member of the Month

Mrs. Carpenter is an instructional aide at Swayzee Elementary. For the past 20+ years, Mrs. Carpenter has been a tireless worker and has made fantastic relationships with our students. She collaborates well with staff and always is willing to help out in any way possible. Unfortunately for Swayzee Elementary, Mrs. Carpenter has decided to retire at the end of the current school year. Her positive efforts have not gone unnoticed over the years and she will be difficult to replace. Mr. Means truly appreciates the dedication Mrs. Carpenter has given to Swayzee Elementary. It has been a privilege to work alongside Mrs. Carpenter and the Swayzee Elementary staff wishes mrs. Carpenter best wishes and a happy retirement. You have earned it!

Keep up the great work Swayzee students and staff. All of our students make us proud each and every day! We also wish the best to all the 6th students as they move to the JH next school year. I hope everyone has a great summer!

Shawn Means


Swayzee Elementary

News from Oak Hill Junior High

News Crew Visits Ball State


On Friday, April 28, the 7th and 8th grade News Crew went to Ball State University for Journalism Day. It was like we were in college for a day! We went to three sessions for the day. Our first session was with Sam Sirmons, a podcaster, and he taught us about how to get and keep our audience's attention. Our second session was the keynote speaker, Don Yaeger. Je spoke about how to work with big and small groups of people. Our last session was a really fun one with Don Yaeger once again. He talked to us about how to ask deeper questions and form a strong connection to build trust. He talked about interviewing Michael Jordan on his 50th birthday.Yaeger was able to address topics that Jordan had never discussed in previous interviews because Yaeger took the time to build a connection with his subject.After the three sessions, we went to eat lunch on the college campus. Most of us went to Chick-fil-A for lunch! While we were finishing lunch, Mrs. Johnson got an email stating that we had won a Cardinal award. It was honorable mention, but it was honorable mention in the top category! Over 1,100 journalism students from around Indiana and surrounding states gathered for Journalism Day, and we received an award! To end our time at Ball State, we went to the gift shop and looked around while we waited for the bus to come pick us up. Before we left to go back to the school, our bus driver, Chad, took us to Starbucks before our ride back to the school! Thank you to Mrs. Johnson and Mr. Johnson for giving us an opportunity to go to Ball State! We can’t wait for all of the new News Crew kids to join next year! Mrs. Johnson plans on making this an annual News Crew field trip for years to come.

Reflection of This School Year


This year has been full of so many weird, funny, crazy, and memorable moments! The News Crew has enjoyed interviewing, documenting, and sharing some of the memories from this school year with you through the monthly newsletter! We hope you have enjoyed and maybe got a few laughs from reading them, as we sure did while making them for you.

For this article, we thought it would be fun to share with you some of our favorite memories from working on the News Crew! Carter Kreitzer’s favorite memory was carrying Alberto (the crew’s mascot) around at Ball State. Hadleigh Bricker said her favorite memory was the field trip to Ball State for J-Day. Leah Godfrey’s favorite memory was all of our laughing and joking. She really enjoyed interviewing and collaborating together! Josh Clark and Cooper Lynch thought it was fun to joke around throughout meeting while also getting stuff done. Callie Nuber and Brooklyn Young’s favorite memory was the meetings when we all got side tracked and got nothing news related done, but instead we just talked about random stuff! The head of the News Crew, Mrs Johnson, said that her favorite memory was all of it, from messing with Carter, to the Ball State trip, and everything in between. We made so many memories, and we all became close enough to be a family this year!

We strive every day to make our newsletters better. If you have any suggestions you can always share them with a News Crew member or with Mrs. Johnson. We can’t wait to resume making newsletters and making memories next year. This team will forever be a family. On behalf of the junior high News Crew, we hope that everyone has a great summer and check back here in the fall for more happenings from the eagle’s nest!

OHJH Students and Staff Member of the Month

Jetta Ashley - 7th Grade Student of the Month

Jetta's teacher shared, "Jetta is a hard worker who always has a positive attitude. She volunteers in class and is kind and considerate to her classmates."

Jetta's favorite classes are PE and Art, and she participates in basketball, track, cross country, and her church youth group. She is the daughter of Tyler and Tammi Ashley and the sister of Calla and Rigdon.

Meyer Middlesworth - 8th Grade Student of the Month

"Meyer is always helpful to his fellow students. He has a really good attitude and makes people smile. Meyer is kind and respectful."

Meyer's favorite class is English, and he's active in Football, Basketball, Swimming, Track, and his church youth group. He is the son of Brett and Linsie Middlesworth, and has three brothers: Caleb, Colin, and Owen.

Brandy Camden - Junior High Staff Member of the Month

Meet our OHJH Nurse Aide!

When the position of OHJH Nurse Aide was brought to my attention, I didn't bat an eye and jumped at the opportunity. Helping others - in big ways or small ways - is my passion. God gave me a giving, loving heart to withstand some of the most fight-or-flight moments. I'm an Eagle through and through and bleed blue and gold. I've grown so much this first year, and I'm excited to see where this journey takes me. The relationships with students, staff, and the Oak Hill community have been such great blessings! Thank you for trusting me with the care of your students!

Brandy Camden

Oak Hill High School Updates

The month of May not only brings the end of the current school year but information pertaining to next year as well. As we wrap up the current school year, please do not hesitate to contact the OHHS main office if you have any questions and/or need any additional information. There is still a lot to celebrate in this last month of school!!

Congratulations to the OHHS Robotics team in the recent world competition. The high school had 808 teams competing and the freshman team competed with 488 other teams. These kids worked hard with other teams during tournament play. The results were as follows:

  • HS team ended up in 65th position for skills (out of 808 teams) and 40th in the tournament play. Trent Nelson, John Clark and Carson Siebert drove for matches. To be considered 65th in the World is an amazing feat considering there are over 5500 teams in the world.

  • The Freshman team ended 165th in skills. This is an outstanding finish considering there are over 2400 teams worldwide. They ended up in 67th during tournament matches but were in the highest scoring division. The top 4 IN teams were in the same division and placed only a few above us. Brandon Edgington did an outstanding job driving. When they lost a match it was typically only by 20 points or less.

These students worked hard from June 2022 until Worlds. Countless hours spent trying to improve the robot, drive faster & more efficient, better the autonomous code for the robot. Congratulations on yet another successful season!!

Congratulations to the following OHHS Seniors: Zachery Burton, Ella McDivitt, and Grant Elzinga. These three students were recently recognized at the All-CIC Academic Banquet. These Seniors were recognized for their outstanding accomplishments with standardized test scores and cumulative GPA. Congratulations to these three students for these outstanding accomplishments!!

Congratulations are in order for our OHHS yearbook staff. Our yearbook staff were recently selected as national finalists for the Varsity Brands Spirit Awards. They were one out of ten total schools selected from across the country. Please see the following link where our yearbook students and staff are mentioned under the “Yearbook” tab. Congratulations to Mrs. Conrad and her yearbook staff on this outstanding achievement and recognition!!

Congratulations to HCC Health Science students Cadence Pearce, Brooklyn Rhinebarger, Tommi Melton, and Lydia Ancil for recently passing their CNA certification exam!

Congratulations to the Oak Fill FFA livestock team who ranked 2nd out of a total of 19 teams in the Senior Non-Reasons FFA Division at the Area 9 Livestock Judging Invitational on Tuesday, April 18th. This was the first year of competing for all team members and first year coaches, Danielle Willson and Kayla Carson are extremely proud. These FFA members were selected in January to study the qualities of market and breeding animals to better their decision making and oral presentation skills. Students must identify qualities industry producers value to rank animals and provide adequate evidence through oral reasonings to defend their rankings. They will participate in one more practice judging contest on April 29th and compete in the state contest on May 20th. Below are the ranks of each individual out of 60 competitors:

Toby Sneed - 4th

Abby Sneed - 5th

Joe Martin - 12th

Brady Crossman - 22nd

Lila Solms - 35th

The OHHS Academic Teams recently competed in local competitions. Our team competed against 64 other teams in Class 3. The Top 6 teams in each category qualified for the state meet. Team results are as follows:

English: 24th Place Overall

Fine Arts: 13th Place Overall

Math: 26th Place Overall

Science: 44th Place Overall

Social Studies: 9th Place Overall

The academic team placed 17th place overall in the interdisciplinary round which combines all of the scores. Congratulations to all participants for a solid performance!!

We want to invite the Oak Hill school community to our final two music performances of the school year. Our final HS band performance of the year will be May 17 at 7:00pm. The final choir performance will be on May 20 at 7:30pm. Both performances will be in the OHHS Lecture Area.

For students attending Summer School, this will run from May 30-June 20. Summer School will run from 8:00am-Noon each day. Students who are signed up for Summer School will be expected to attend all scheduled days to complete credits towards graduation.

REMINDER TO ALL OHHS PARENTS/GUARDIANS: be sure to regularly check your child’s account balances on Skyward and pay any outstanding balances as soon as possible.

  • If a student has a negative balance they can only charge 1 breakfast and/or 1 lunch per day - no other purchases are allowed until the balance is paid.

  • If you are sent an email notification from the Food Service Director - please respond to those emails by making a cash, check or online payment as soon as possible.

GRADUATING SENIORS: negative lunch balances need to be paid BEFORE graduation.

If you have any questions about your child’s lunch account please contact Dana South, OH Food Service Director, at or 765-395-3341, ext. 6018.

For next school year, Oak Hill High School will be adjusting its daily schedule. We will be moving from a modified, 8-period block schedule to a traditional 7-period day. For next school year, classes will be 45 minutes in length. These changes have been taken into consideration by the Counseling Department when creating student schedules for next school year.

Thank you all for your support during the 2022-2023 school year and have a great upcoming summer vacation!!

OHHS Students and Staff Member of the Month

Chloe Underwood - Freshman Student of the Month

Chloe Underwood is a Freshman at Oak Hill High School. Chloe has had an outstanding Freshman year at OHHS. She earned all A’s during Semester I and is on pace for all A’s this semester as well. For a Freshman to be on pace for a 4.0 GPA after her first year of high school speaks well to Chloe’s work ethic and time management skills. Chloe is always prepared for class and demonstrates a positive attitude. She works well with her fellow classmates on various activities sets a model example for others to follow. We are excited to see the success that Chloe Underwood will continue to have as a student at OHHS.

Lilly Suman - Sophomore Student of the Month

Lily Suman is a Sophomore at OHHS. Lily earned honor roll status for Semester I and has participated in softball during her time at OHHS. Lily is a student who is always determined to do her best and shows up to class with a positive attitude. She demonstrates leadership qualities and characteristics and a willingness to help students and teachers with whatever is needed in class. Lily Suman is a hard worker and one who will continue to excel personally and professionally at OHHS.

Ty Fagan - Junior Student of the Month

Ty Fagan is a Junior at OHHS. Ty has earned all-conference honors in sports while maintaining honor roll status academically. Ty is respectful to fellow classmates and staff members in the building and shows an energetic desire to learn new topics in his various courses. Ty sets a positive example of how to successfully meet the expectations of a student-athlete. Ty Fagan is a third generation Oak Hill Golden Eagle student-athlete and has made his family and school community proud of the academic and athletic success he has achieved through a humble nature.

Ethan Smock - Senior Student of the Month

Ethan Smock is a Senior at OHHS. Ethan is a very quiet and humble young man by nature. He is on pace for honor roll status in his final semester at OHHS while taking a challenging array of courses. Ethan is punctual to his classes, completes assignments in a timely manner, and is polite and respectful to fellow classmates and staff members. Ethan’s talents have shown as a member of the Drama Department. In the spring production of Shrek: The Musical, Ethan played the character Donkey. To hear the laughs in the audience gave attendees an insight into Ethan’s sense of humor and acting abilities. We are grateful for the impact Ethan has had in the classroom and on stage at OHHS.

Aeron Kincaid - Oak Hill High School Staff Member of the Month

Aeron Kincaid is a veteran teacher in the Music Department at OHHS. Aeron teaches students at the Elementary, Junior High, and High School levels each day. Aeron has a heart for her students and she shows this in a variety of ways. One of these ways is the tremendous amount of time she puts in before, during, and after school. Aeron puts in countless hours not only in the evenings but on weekends as well to help her cast and crew be prepared for performances. For anyone attending the showing of Shrek: The Musical, the quality of this performance is evident of the time and dedication Miss Kincaid pours into the Drama Department. MIss Kincaid was recently recognized on social media by the Indiana Thespians for her years of service as a theater director. We are fortunate for teachers like Miss Aeron Kincaid who provide memorable experiences for her students.

Oak Hill Athletics

Community Bulletin Board


We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Custodians (Full-time and Part-time)

Substitute Cafeteria Workers

Substitute Teachers

Bus Drivers

Substitute Bus Drivers

Substitute Bus Aides


Last Student Day: May 24

OHHS Graduation: June 4

OHUSC School Board Meeting: June 12

First Student Day: August 10