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Today we had a real life taste of the fear and anxiety we can face if someone less than honest enters our building and gains access to our students and staff. A visitor to our building today misrepresented himself and gained access to our building for a short time. We immediately went into administrative lockdown. Diligence and suspicion by staff led to a quick exit by the visitor. As soon as the visitor had left we eased the lockdown and resumed normal operation. By 3:00 PM the person was a...
Central Elementary celebrated their September Student of the Month.
Green Elementary recently celebrated National Walk to School Day by having the entire school walk the track together. While we currently do not have the infrastructure for students to walk to our campus, students were made aware that walking is a great way to get places whenever possible. Our school enjoyed sunshine and a sense of community during our morning walk!
LHSD School Health Council is sponsoring a 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, October 28th at 9:00am. The race will be held at LHS Campus on the XC course. Registration begins at 8am. Registration form is attached and paper copies will be sent to each school building's office.
Students at Green had the fun opportunity to create a useful piece of public art by decorating snow plows that will be used to clear local roads this winter. Under the direction of Julie Woodburn, Art Instructor, students created two designs that included additions from each class in the building. Our school can’t wait to see “our” plows on the roads this winter!
On Tuesday, October 10th, Laurelville Fire Department conducted a fire safety presentation at Hocking Hills Elementary. We would like to thank Laurelville Fire Department for coming to our school to help educate our students on the importance of fire safety.
The Logan Hocking School District joins school districts and transporting agencies throughout Ohio and the nation in celebrating the importance of National School Bus Safety Week, October 16 - October 20.
Hocking Hills Elementary would like to thank ODOT for allowing our students to paint their snow plows. Every student participated during Art Class.
TONIGHT, Wednesday, October 4th the Hocking County Opiate Task Force & 317 Board will hold their 6th Annual Opiate Task Force Town Hall Meeting, in the Logan-Hocking Middle School Theater. The featured speaker will be National Award Winning Author, D'Anne Burwell, Author of Saving Jake -When Addiction Hits Home. Burwell will share her personal parental perspective on loving her son through addiction. 5:30PM - Doors Open 5:45-6:25 - Book Signing
2017 "Be The Best" OHSAA Foundation Student Leadership Conference at Ohio State - Oct 3,2017
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