Student council blood drive saves lives

Every two seconds, someone in the United States needs a blood transfusion. Meaning more than 38,000 blood donations are needed per day.  At the moment, less than 38 percent of the population is eligible to give blood, with only three percent actually donating.  It is a small group, but clinics are always looking for more … Continue reading

Holiday choir concert spreads cheer

As the community gathered for the annual choir holiday concert, chorus members spread cheer. On Wednesday Dec. 5, the seventh grade and eighth grade choir, Ensemble, high school choir, Symphonic Chorale, Cantus, and Synergy, an a cappella group, performed in the auditorium. The night was full of entertainment, with some of the junior high chorus … Continue reading

Annual bonfire and parade brings community together

The community celebrated the upcoming game against Eaton on Oct. 7 at the annual bonfire and parade, which took place on Oct. 5.  Multiple generations attended the annual celebration. “It’s important for the community to see all the different fall sports, the homecoming court, and to get excited for the game on Friday,” Aimee Fowler … Continue reading

Lumberjack Levy

The school levy was passed in the most recent election for the City of Oakwood which addressed the financial stability of the district. In a time where many schools are forced to cut copious programs due to Ohio’s decreased funding, Oakwood has been able to pass the school levy. This is not only to ensure … Continue reading

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