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Mayor - Paul McNeal
Chief of Police - David Ward
Fire Chief - Chris Walls
Oak Hill Fiscal Officer - Susan King
Oak Hill Union Local Schools (740) 682-7595
Superintendent - Dr. Marci Shepard
School Board President - Aaron Michael
Oak Hill Middle/High School (740) 682-7055
Principal High School- Randy Layton
Principal Middle School - Whitney Crabtree
Oak Hill Elementary (740) 682-7096
Principal Elementary School - Rebekah Potter
Vice Principal- Elementary School-Morganne Newsom

Oak Hill Public Library is a school district library and we work with the schools to promote reading by visits during their special reading weeks, by providing tours of the library, by providing materials for homework and reports and by special summer programs that help prevent loss of reading skills during school vacations.

Oak Hill is a small friendly community with many churches, recreational areas such as Lake Jackson and Cooper Hollow Wildlife area, and is the location of the only Welsh Museum in America.


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