C.O. Harrison Elementary School News
The C.O. Harrison singers in fourth and fifth grade traveled to the Western Hills Retirement Village yesterday to share the spirit of the season with the residents. They gave three large performances and walked throughout the hallways carolling to
Our OHHS ASL club is spreading holiday cheer through sign language. Watch them perform the classic I want a hippopotamus for Christmas in ASL. #holidayswiththeHighlanders
Looking for more holiday cheer? Visit the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden's #FestivalofLights and you'll hear some familiar voices. Choirs from Delshire Elementary Music, Bridgetown Middle School Music Department and Oak Hills High School have each
The OHHS band is performing the National Anthem at the Cincinnati Cyclones game on Friday, January 12, 2018 at US Bank Arena. Please consider purchasing a ticket to join them, as a portion of each ticket sale goes directly back to the band's
The Highlanders presented a check for $11,844 to the Pink Ribbon Girls on Saturday, December 2 during the boys basketball home opener, jersey night! The money was raised during the fall Games for the Cause. We are thankful for the Oak Hills community's generosity and support of this wonderful organization. #highlanderstrong
Get in the holiday spirit with the sounds of the winter season! There's something for everyone and you'll leave each performance with a happy heart, song in your heart and pep in your step.
We'd like to invite you out to a very special event tonight at downtown's beautiful, newly-renovated Memorial Hall OTR (1225 Elm St.), featuring the Oak Hills High School Jazz Lab Band and Ambassador Jazz Band! Both bands will be performing as part
Today we wish Mr. Eugene Kramer a very happy 90th birthday! Mr. Kramer started his education career at Delhi before Oak Hills was even a District. He was the assistant principal at Springmyer Elementary School before becoming J.F. Dulles Elementary's first
The 19th Biannual Student Photography Show will have its opening celebration on Friday, December 15 from 7-9 p.m. at Aroma's Java & Gelato. Alumnus Zane Thompson will be performing as the musical guest the night of the party! Feel free to stop by Aroma's
11.28.17: It's #GivingTuesday! Will you support current Highlander students with a gift, in any amount, today to celebrate this global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration? Visit the Oak Hills Alumni & Educational
The Bridgetown Middle School 7th & 8th-grade choir was chosen as one of nine finalists for the Q102 (WKRQ) Christmas Choir Competition! Please VOTE for them to have the chance to be in the top three to win up to $5,000! You can only
Come check out the great deals that will be offered at the Rapid Run DC rummage sale! All proceeds will help fund the 8th grade Washington D.C. trip. The event will be on Saturday, 12/2/17 and will run from 9am-12pm at Rapid Run Middle School. We hope to see you there!
Anna Caito selected as a Disney Summer of Service winner to create positive change in her community Anna Caito, an 11-year-old, 6th-grade student at Rapid Run Middle School (Delhi) has been awarded a Disney Summer of Service grant through YSA (Youth Service
The Oak Hills School District, Oak Hills Youth Athletics and Oak Hills Little Highlanders are all excited to be a part of a first for our community...a football program that is aligned from K-12! The official announcement was made on
The auditorium renovation is complete and the cherry on top is the updated lobby and the refreshed box office. On 11-2-17, we welcomed back major donors, the Schoenberger family and the Chizer family to cut the ribbon and officially open the box office for
Highlanders! Clear your calendars and pack up the kids. Get to DMS tonight or tomorrow for the Delhi Middle School Music Department production of Madagascar, Jr. Tickets are just $5 at the door. Showtime is 6:30 p.m. You will be dancing in your
Travel to Munich: March 25 - April 5 Since 1991, educators in Munich and Cincinnati have enriched their lives through this educational and cultural exchange. On many exchange days, participants attend school with their partner, gaining insight into
This year the Oak Hills Athletic Boosters will host The Cincinnati Reds Nasty Boys: Norm Charlton, Randy Myers and Rob Dibble for their annual Sports Stag at the Farm on January 14, 2018. Note: This year's event is on a SUNDAY and moving to the
Wow! We are thrilled to announce that this year's Games for the Cause raised $11,844 for the Pink Ribbon Girls! We are so thankful for all of the fall sports coaches, athletes, parents, families and fans who supported our games. We couldn't have done it
As part of this year's Teal Out events at Oak Hills High School to raise awareness about ovarian cancer and collect funds for the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Gr Cincinnati, we invite you to chop your locks during half-time of the girls varsity basketball
Join us from 9 a.m. to 3p.m. for the Oak Hills Band Association craft fair on Saturday, November 18 at Oak Hills High School! Admission is $2.00 at the door. We hope to see you there!
We are happy to report that Queen City Transportation will provide private bus service beginning November 13, 2017 for families who don't qualify for district transportation. In order to receive service, please complete and return this application
Have a child ready for preschool? We have openings! Contact Karen Floyd for an application today at
The Rapid Run Middle School PTA presented a plaque to David Upchurch's family at last night's school board meeting. The plaque will be displayed in his memory near the main office at Rapid Run Middle School. Administrators and staff shared
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Oak Hills Local School District has partnered with The Jewish Hospital Health Mobile Mammography Van to provide Mammography screening for our staff and community during early November at three of our
Support the Oak Hills Athletic Boosters by purchasing a $5 chance to win a 30-minute helicopter ride and tour over Cincinnati and the riverfront. Winner will be selected 10/13/17 and the ride will take place 10/27/17. Winner and a guest will be picked up from
Today the OHLSD was invited to a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Big Lots store on Glenway Avenue (same plaza as before, but new space -->the old Drug Emporium space). As part of the celebration of opening a new store, the company selected
Judge Ralph Winkler of the Hamilton County Probate Court is pleased to announce that a very special person in our community is growing her family by two children by offering a loving, caring and safe home. Emily Amlin, a third-grade teacher in the Oak Hills
Homecoming is Friday, September 29 and that means the annual Homecoming parade is this Thursday beginning at 6 p.m. Please make note of the parade route and cheer on our Highlanders as they pass! The parade begins at C.O. Harrison Elementary and
The world-class men's barbershop chorus, Southern Gateway, will join the Oak Hills High School Men's Ensemble and Varsity Singers for an evening of song in a benefit concert for iHarc (the Ione Holt Auditorium Renovation Campaign). While the renovation
It's that time of year and the Oak Hills Highlanders are back with Pink Games for the Cause! We have a great line-up of games this fall: September 23: Girls' Volleyball vs. Turpin 10 a.m. Freshman 10 a.m. JV
Student artwork from each of our five elementary schools will be on display at Aroma's for the month of September. Please join us for a reception there on Tuesday, September 12 from 4:30-6:30pm.
We hope to see you there!
Highlanders: We’d like to thank the Oak Hills community, parents and Highlander friends for the outpouring of support shown for all Oak Hills High School students during today’s protest. Thank you to the Green Township Police and Hamilton County
Join us on October 15 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. at OHHS for the 3rd annual mattress sale benefiting the OHHS Choral Department. Find more information here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1273864212741953/ The sale is open to the public. OHHS open
With a new school year underway, we want to remind parents of the free drug-prevention resources available through the Start Talking program. They promote a variety of resources designed to start the conversation with students about the importance of being
COMMUNITY ELECTRONICS RECYCLING DAYSATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 201710 AM – 2 PMMOUNT ST. JOSEPH UNIVERSITY WEST PARKING LOT5701 Delhi Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45233 The Environmental Action Committee of Mount St. Joseph University is proud to sponsor a community
Due to the predicted high winds and rains tonight's varsity football game vs. Elder High School has been cancelled. The Highlanders will play the Panthers tomorrow, 9/2 at 4:30 p.m. at The Pit. The JV game scheduled for Saturday has been cancelled
Join Scout Night is coming to a school near you! Can’t make the date? Sign up anytime with the contact info below: ****C.O. Harrison Pack 300****Signup night: September 6Time: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.Location: C.O.H Multipurpose Room Orientation night:
Have you been cleaning out your closets to make way for new school clothes and shoes? We want your gently worn, used or new shoes. From now until September 30 the Oak Hills PTA After Prom is collecting shoes as a fundraiser for their After Prom
We want to see your first day of school photos tomorrow. Before the kids hop on the bus or walk to school, snap a photo and then submit it to us via our app. Simply click the green button on the home screen in the app, under category select 'submit a photo,'
With summer winding down, we are hoping students will feel “Right At School” when classes resume on August 15. What better way to do that than by offering busy parents a chance to drop off their kids early and/or pick them up later at
The Delhi Township Police Department will be hosting a Citizen’s Police Academy on Monday nights from September 5 - (Tuesday) to November 20. If you live or work in Delhi Township and are interested in participating or obtaining more
On Thursday, August 10, we welcomed teachers and staff back across the district. Student Council and National Honor Society students at OHHS arrived early to cheer on teachers with cowbells, signs and high fives as they arrived at the high school. The
Highlander Families, We have been busy this summer updating our network and wireless infrastructure, primarily in our elementary and middle school buildings. The goal of these updates is to bring better connectivity and an overall improved experience for our
In 2016, the Oak Hills Local School District was selected as one of only a few districts across the country to partner with Google for Education and participate in a case study that highlighted the district's use of Chromebooks and Google tools. At
Get your back-to-school shopping done this weekend, tax free! Learn more here: http://www.tax.ohio.gov/sales_and_use/SalesTaxHoliday.aspx
The first day of school is August 15, 2017.
Ten years ago, Oak Hills alumna Gretta Blankenship opened Aroma's Java and Gelato on Bridgetown Road in Green Township. Gretta and her husband are both proud 1977 graduates. During the summer of that first year in 2007, Oak Hills photography teacher
Attention all Oak Hills Local School District Elementary School families - don't miss Right At School's Back to School Bash in the J.F. Dulles Elementary School gym on Tuesday, July 25 from 4:30-7:00 p.m. There will be free soccer, martial arts and dance
Don't delay! Call now for an appointment to register your child for the 2017-18 school year. School starts August 15. 513-574-3200.
We are currently seeking a communications & development intern to help us with events, fundraising, marketing, website content creation, social media and photography. The position begins in August and is 20 hours/week, unpaid. If interested, please
Oak Hills families:Early fall registration for Right At School ends NEXT WEEK on Thursday, June 15! Don't miss this opportunity to save money and pay a registration fee of only $15 for your whole family. That's $50 in savings and no tuition is due
With summer right around the corner, it’s time to think about keeping children healthy while school is out. Oak Hills Local School District provides free meals to children during the summer. This summer, meals will be served at Delshire Elementary
Bring the kids and come check out the trucks on Saturday, May 6 from 10am-2pm.
Join us on Saturday, May 13 at 7pm at OHHS for family movie night. We'll be showing Moana in the auditorium and concessions will be available. Suggested donation is $5 and all proceeds benefit the Oak Hills Robotics team. Hope to see you!
“On behalf of the Oak Hills Board of Education, staff and students, we are extremely thankful to our community for their continued support,” superintendent Jeff Brandt said. “This outcome would not have been possible without the strong
Oak Hills Local School District was proud to be the first school district in the state of Ohio to offer Right At School enrichment programs for their families. Right At School provides exceptional and affordable enrichment programs before, after school and
The PTA organizations across the Oak Hills Local School District have named their recipients for the 2017 Educator of the Year awards. This award honors an eligible staff member who has contributed over and above what their job requires for their school and
TIPP CITY, Ohio, April 20, 2017 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Earth Day may be observed just one day a year, but Energy Optimizers, USA, is helping Oak Hills Local Schools lead the charge on earth- and resource-friendly practices every day by sponsoring the
The spirit shop at OHHS will be open tomorrow, 4/25/17 from 6:15 - 7:30 p.m. Graduation signs will be available for $10 and most clothing is 20% off. Come and get some new Highlander gear!
The Auditor of State Office presented the Oak Hills Local School District the Ohio Auditor of State Award with Distinction on April 18, 2017. “Based upon your recently completed financial audit, it gives me great pleasure to inform you that the
Mark your calendar for Sunday, May 7 and the Western Hills Community Service Club's classic car show at Harvest Home Park. The event runs from 9am-3pm and is free to the public. All are welcome. The club supports our very own Highlanders through student scholarships!
Our partners, Right At School, are busy preparing for their Medieval Time Spring Break Camp, Summer Camp and another school year at the Oak Hills Local School District elementary Schools. This has been Right At School's first year in the district. It has been
Congratulations to our district Destination Imagination winners! Students form teams of up to seven members select their preferred challenge from the area of STEM, Improv, Visual Arts or Service Learning, and then spend about four months developing and
The Hamilton County Public Health has named the cleanest dining environments in the area to help consumers choose the best places to grab a bite to eat. The Clean Kitchen Award is given quarterly to facilities maintaining the gold standard in food service
Nominations are now being accepted for the Hall of Honor award. The Hall of Honor is recognition by the Oak Hills Board of Education. Nominees can be living or deceased and must have spent at least five years working for the betterment of children in the
Have a child ready to enter kindergarten next year? Join us at any of our elementary schools on February 22 from 6-7 p.m. to meet our principals and kindergarten teachers, tour the building and check out kindergarten classrooms. The evening also includes a