Mrs. Schein-Brown took her class to the Special Olympics held in Alexander, OH last Friday. We were very proud of our students' efforts and of their excellent behavior throughout the day. Listed below is a review of how students placed. A great time was had by everyone. Great job kids! Kieran Aspy: 200 Meter Run 3rd place Softball Throw 2nd place Hayden Dane: 200 Meter Run 4th place Softball Throw 2nd place Waylon Dietzel: 100...
All After School Events for Friday, April 29th are on as scheduled.
Mrs. Schein and Mrs. Fetherolf took their classes to the Special Olympics on April 22. The students were cheered on by their classmates with posters showing encouragement. They did a great job and came home with lots of ribbons. To see a list of events and ribbon winners please click the link.
To all Logan-Hocking Schools Staff, Students and Parents, On the morning of Friday, April 29th Logan-Hocking Schools were notified of a threat that originated in Athens County toward “American Students”. After talking with authorities we believe the threat originated on or near the Ohio University Campus and was directed toward the college campus. However, as a precautionary measure all Logan-Hocking School Buildings will run on a working lockdown - parents, visitors will have to buzz in or...
Student sports physicals are scheduled for May 7, 2016, from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. at the HVCH Specialty Clinic, located in the hospital front lobby, cost is $10. This is for students in grades 7-12 interested in playing school sports for the 2016-2017 school year. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Student MUST bring physical form which can be obtained from the school or Logan-Hocking School District website. Physicals MUST be signed by the parent or guardian.
On April 15, Officer Wilson of the Ohio State Highway Patrol presented the "5 Minutes for Life" program to the Logan High School spring sports athletes. The state wide program initiated by Governor John Kasich and First Lady Karen Kasich is an educational campaign to reduce and ultimately eliminate the demand for illegal drug use among students.
Students in Mrs. Montgomery's third grade math class made pizzas in order to review fractions. Students created a pizza with 5 different toppings and then determined equivalent fractions. Students wrote word problems that others could answer when viewing their projects. Special thanks goes to Dominos for donating pizza boxes for our engaging fraction project.
Third grade student Lafe Malone won gold for shot put at the 2016 Special Olympics. Caleb Courtright, a second grader, won gold for softball throw. Both students, Caleb and Lafe participated in the 200 meter dash and won 3rd and 4th place. Students had lots of fun and were very excited. They were encouraged with banners that were created at school and flown during their events. A great time was had by all.
The Middle Years Parent Resource Newsletter for April and May 2016 are available by clicking on the links below: April 2016 May 2016
The public is invited to the annual Logan High School Thespian Showcase on ...
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