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

Young at Art showcases student creations

On Feb. 4, the Oakwood Arts Bridge held their annual event, Young @ Art. Young @ Art exhibited music, sculpture, painting, drawing, singing, photography, and other forms of art. Young @ Art also held silent auctions that benefited the Oakwood Arts Bridge. “The experience was very fun! The paintings and photography were beautiful. It was … Continue reading

Dance-a-thon brings students together for a cause

On Friday, Jan. 27th the Oakwood National Honors Society hosted a Dance-A-Thon to raise money for the neonatal intensive care unit at Dayton’s Children’s Hospital. The event, planned by National Honor Society (NHS), was for grades nine through twelve and held a ten dollar admission fee. After paying the fee, each grade level received a … Continue reading

2016 Alumni impart college troubles and triumphs

Class of 2016 alumni answer questions about where they are, what they’re doing, and how college life compares to life under the Dome. Abby Welch Q: What college do you attend and what do you study? A: I am attending Miami University and I haven’t picked a major quite yet. Q: How has your college experience … Continue reading

Ohm Under the Dome returns with relaxation

The first Ohm Under the Dome meeting occurred on Oct 25, 2016.  The club meets every Tuesday from 4:15pm to 5:15pm in the Harman gymnasium. Kim Hobby, a science teacher, leads the club. During the club, members perform yoga with Tori Reynolds, the owner of Speakeasy Yoga. “Tori Reynolds is an amazing instructor who will … Continue reading

Preparing for the PSAT

The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, or PSAT, will be held tomorrow, Oct. 19. Caden Sanford (11) Q: Why are you taking the PSAT A: [I’m taking the PSAT] because it gives you a little taste of what you have to do for the SAT, so you know what to expect. Q: Do you think the PSAT … 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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