Category Archives: Lower School

OHS Honors Veterans

By Amanda Malnik On Nov. 11, Oak Hall students will celebrate the lives and memories of veterans that have served our country with assemblies. Upper and Middle School students will attend one joint assembly at 9:30 a.m. in the theater. Michael Martinez, Director of Technology, plans the assembly. Martinez started the tradition of having a Veterans Day Assembly 20 years

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Oak HALLoween Photo Gallery

From the youngest pre-kindergartner to the oldest senior, along with faculty, and staff dressed up yesterday for Halloween. The Lower School, keeping the tradition alive, paraded around the Upper School circle, showing off costumes such as velociraptors, butterflies, and ghosts. Kindergartners partnered with their senior buddy, some in matching costumes. In the afternoon, Lower School classrooms transformed from a learning

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LS Running Club Prepares Students for Success

By Madison Gaston Eagles are soaring all over Oak Hall’s campus with the Lower School’s Running Clubs! As part of the Community Sports League, Running Club gives students the opportunity to become lifelong runners while learning how to obtain a healthy lifestyle. Oak Hall has three different levels of running for its students. There are Eaglets, the preschool and kindergarten

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Halloween At the Hall

By Lauren Cohen and Antony Stark Halloween is just around the corner, and Oak Hall students and faculty are preparing for what should be a spooky, yet exciting day. The Early Learning Childhood Center (ECLC), Lower, Middle, and Upper School students will show off their costumes during the all-school Halloween parade which will begin around 8:30 a.m. Because of the

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Homecoming Week Activities…Saturday!!

If you would like a copy of any of the pictures, please e-mail with the day of the week, category, column, and row (or, you can count which number the picture is from the first one of the category). We wish there was an easier way to tell us which picture(s) you would like, but currently, there isn’t. We

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“No Homework Nights/No Testing Days” Highlights OHS Priorities

By Aiden Wacksman In order to respect those who observe religious holidays, Oak Hall has established “No Homework Nights” and “No Test Days” for all divisions to adhere to, in order to make it easier for students, parents, and faculty to enjoy these holidays. While administrators explain these days are the best compromise for the community, some teachers believe this

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