The latest announcements from the Principal and the PTO...

SALE ENDS TOMORROW: Oak Hill Hoodies for Sale!

Oak Hill Hoodies for sale!  

Fundraiser by students for students.  Please support their efforts.

Your student should have received a flyer in their backpack to remind them to ask about the Oak Hill Hoodie sale. 8th Grader Ella Ezrin has created the design and worked with other 8th grade students to launch this great fundraiser! All profits will support the 8th grade NYC trip to New York City.

Hoodies are available in yellow, navy, white, black, and grey and feature a design created by 8th graders.  

To purchase a hoodie, use the link provided below. But Hurry, Sale ends November 28th. 

Staff Appreciation Cookie Fest: Parents Needed!

Parent Organizers Needed: Annual Oak Hill Faculty and Staff Appreciation Cookie Fest

It is a long standing December tradition to show our appreciation for the wonderful Oak Hill teachers and staff by contributing cookies, bars, cupcakes or any treat you’d like to bake for a Cookie Fest in December.

It’s great fun and teachers LOVE it. We need 1-2 parent volunteers to step up and organize this effort. Please reach out to Shawna Conaghan at if you are able to help organize this important year-end recognition.


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PTO is Proud to Sponsor SCREENAGERS

Come with your kids (10+ years old) to a free screening of the movie Screenagers , followed by a brief interactive discussion. Tonight, Wednesday 9/26 at 7:00pm at Oak Hill.

We are still looking for volunteers to help sell snacks to offset the licensing fee for the movie.  I CAN HELP SELL SNACKS



Screenagers is an award-winning film that is spreading across the country, providing children and parents with the facts about the impact of cell phones, social media, and video games on their brains, academic and social life, and family.

Click here to confirm if you are planning to attend!

Wednesday, September 26th, 7:00 – 8:45pm
Oak Hill Middle School Auditorium

We are looking for volunteers to help us with snacks, drinks and pizza. 

It’s Almost Time for the 2018-2019 School Year!

We hope you and your family are enjoying these final weeks of summer!  At Oak Hill, the staff and teachers are ramping up for the new school year, and the PTO is getting plans in place to support them and create an exceptional environment for our students.  We welcome our incoming 6th grade families and are looking forward to working with all Oak Hill families as we start the new school year.  We have some events starting prior to the opening day of school including a Back to School cleanup and a Valtrex patent expiration date, both on Thursday August 30th.  We are working on the parent directory so keep your eyes open for request to confirm your information.  And we are planning a back to school pizza picnic on September 6th to kick off the school year.

The PTO is parent-led and parent-funded. We rely on you to support all the activities we plan for the year.  If you would like to sign up for a volunteer role, or reconfirm a role you selected in the fall, please see volunteer opportunities here.  And once again, lets get ready for back-to-school!



Volunteers Wanted for Annual Back-to-School Cleanup on Thursday 8/30

Please give an hour or two of your time on Thursday, August 30th for OHMS annual Back-to-School Cleanup from 9:00-12:00. This is a fun and rewarding community effort to make Oak Hill extra warm and inviting for all of our children and teachers as they start the new school year. Come solo or bring your middle schooler with you to help plant, weed, rake, mulch, and sweep. Yummy treats will be provided to keep everyone energized. Please email if you can help out at

Can’t Make it on the 30th? No worries, you can still be a part of making our school beautiful! We need volunteers to help water the flowers during the first month of school, and It only takes seven minutes. You can volunteer to water for one time only or sign up for a recurring day of the week. Whether it’s early morning or sunset, the flowers are always happy to see you! It is a rewarding way to be active in your child’s school.

We welcome donations too – We are looking for contributions to improve our building and grounds. Please feel free to donate any plantings—from your favorite perennial to fall mums!  If flowers are not your thing, we also wish for:
• one large flower pot,
• an oscillating sprinkler,
• four sections of split-rail fence to protect our flowers next to the overhang.

If you have any other donations, just email Shawna to see if we can use it to beautify the school. Please email if you would like to volunteer or donate at

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Next week the Teachers are back and gearing up for the new school year. They work hard to create an engaging environment for our kids and an action-packed school year!

To show our appreciation, the PTO is sponsoring a Mexican-themed fiesta lunch for our Oak Hill Middle School Teachers and Staff on Thursday, August 30th, from 11:30 to 1:00 in the school cafeteria.



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Are you looking for after-school activities for your 6-8th grader? There is an after-school
program, open since 2008, for Brown and Oak Hill Middle School students!

Open House:
Brigham House, 20 Hartford Street, Newton Highlands Please join us for lemonade, to learn more about the program, and to see the wonderful space that is the Home base of this great program.

The Highlands After-School Program (HASP) provides a safe, supervised, enriching after-school environment that meets the needs of middle school children attending Oak Hill and Brown Middle Schools, with a home base at Brigham House and use of the Hyde Gym.

Transportation is arranged from the middle schools on school buses. Activities include sports, art, cooking, science & exploration, time to do homework, field trips, community service, and team building. It will be a place to go and hang with friends, enjoy activities, and get a head start on homework.

Space is limited… enroll today!
Please direct any questions to: Rochelle Acker @ 617.999.4617 or or

Thank You

Thank you to all the parents who volunteered their time and donated money to make the 2017-2018 school year a success.  Have a wonderful and safe summer!

Help the Oak Hill PTO kick off a great 2018-2019 school year. Volunteer Today!

Congratulations 2018 Graduate and Thank You to OHM Parent Who Voluntered

Congratulations to all 2018 Graduates!
Graduation day at Oak Hill Middle School is an emotional time for parents and students alike.  We wish our graduates a happy summer and a smooth transition to High School.

Thank You for Making our Graduation Ceremony Extra Special
A big thank you goes out to all the volunteers who helped make the graduation a wonderful celebration for the Oak Hill graduates. So many families generously donated decorations, refreshments, and their time. The gym looked spectacular, and there were plenty of tasty treats for the graduates and their families to enjoy after the ceremony. Thanks again for all your help!

Shout-outs go out to the following families:
Danielle Lieber
Kerlley Aime
Hellen Scarr
Roya Salamipour
Connie Lau
Mila Zoya
Cheryl Williams
Marika Tatsutani
Zhanyan Fu
Meghan Mogan
Allyson Poole Foster
Alyssa Chen
Hsu Family
Sherry Xiao
Sonja Weldon
Dion Rhodes
Kirsten von Hassel
Shawna Conaghan Murphy

And all the parents who helped at the last minute!


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A heartfelt thank you goes out to all the families who contributed to the Teacher and Staff Appreciation Lunch! The lunch was a huge success because so many families generously donated their time, cooking, and money. The teachers, aides, administrators, guidance counselors, secretaries, custodians, librarians, nurses, substitutes, athletic staff, and coaches were so appreciative to be recognized for their hard work and dedication. Thanks again to everyone who showed their gratitude to the entire Oak Hill staff by contributing to the lunch!

Here’s a note we received from one of our teachers:  I want to thank you and let you know how much our teacher luncheon and breakfast last week was appreciated. The food was absolutely delicious and SUCH a TREAT for us during the school day. Thank you for all of the time you spent on the organization of this and the setting up, cleaning up, etc! It is another reminder of how grateful I am to teach in this community.

Shout-outs go to the following parents:(in no particular order)

Roya Salamipour, John Curran, Christina Kim, Kunling Wu, Sharon Perkulis, Zhenja Iosilevich, You Li, Alicia Collins, Laura Scharf, Leah Arteaga, Sherry Xiao, Jennifer Heberlein, Lisa DePalma, Christina Kim, Sharon Tamir, Emma Peralta, Lisa Weinman, Patricia Mendez, Anat Yosfan, Debbie Whitney, Heejeong Kim, Rosemarie Mitchell, Galina Perlin, Svetlana Sereda, Anat Linden, Jamie Lu, Olga Morgovsky, Heather Knapp, Karen Chow, Lynne Lim, Suzy Peled-Spigelman, Lou Bonegio, Sandy Wilkie, Lisa Sobczak, Anna Chernobaeva, Shara Ertel, Tonia Walker, Lisa Terrizzi, Remi Dansinger, Katharina Elbert, Vita Chudnovsky, Olga Morgovsky, Alison Larkin, Jamie Genser, Aaron Harris, Rachael Rosner, Lisa Terrizzi, Eileen Deignan, Rosemarie Mitchell, Chrysa Bliati, Heini Kekalainen, Darlene Nedeljkovic, Leah Arteaga, Lori Feinberg, Ester Benros, Jessica Berns, Helen Scarr, Megan Cohen, Dongqing(Holly) Peng, Gayathri Natarajan, Helen Scarr, Jessie Xie, Kirsten Von Hassel, Shawna Conaghan Murphy