Central Elementary hosted A NIGHT of P.A.R.C.C. for third grade parents and families. All who participated had the opportunity to learn what is expected of their students on the new state PARCC assessments.
LOCAL CEOs SHARE TIPS WITH TEEN CEOs Young Entrepreneurs from Logan-Hocking Learn from those at the Top The public is invited to attend the YEA! CEO Roundtable on January 22nd. The CEO Roundtable is an exciting event that features local CEOs discussing their roles, companies, and backgrounds, offering helpful business and networking advice to future student CEOs in the YEA! program. The following local CEOs will be featured at this yearís event.
The Middle Years Parent Resource Newsletter for January 2015 is available by clicking on the link:
We are proud of the students at Central Elementary; the following students are recognized for being Citizen of the Month. They have been role models and understand that the RESPECT rules helps everyone learn. These students show others what it takes to be leaders.
The LHS Art Department is proud to announce that three LHS Art Students were chosen to receive Honorable Mentions in this yearís 2015 Scholastic Art and Writing Competition. Twenty-four LHS Art Students participated in the Scholastic Art and Writing competition this year, among 1500 of Ohioís best competitors from around the state of Ohio.
The 2015 Logan-Hocking Middle School Spelling Bee was held on Tuesday, January 13th in the LHMS Theater. Forty Students in grades 5-8 competed to be named the School Champion. After 11 rounds of competition, Christian Swart, a 6th grader at LHMS, was named the School Champion. Christian correctly spelled quintessential to be named the champion. Fifth grade student, Zach Ratcliff, was the runner-up.
Beyond the Bell, Logan High Schoolís after school program, will be offering night school for students in grades 9-12 who have failed the first and/or the second 9 week grading period in the following classes: Algebra I or English I, II, or III. All of these classes are required for graduation. Students that do not take advantage of this opportunity will have to retake the course the following year or attend summer school. Classes will begin on Tuesday, January 20th and will be held 3 evenings per week for 7 weeks. For more information, please call Emily Hildreth at Logan High School 385-2069 or email her at ehildreth@lhsd.k12.oh.us.
The Winter Cheer Clinic for grades K-6, sponsored by the Logan High School Cheerleaders and coaches, will be held January 31st, 2015, from 9:30am to 12pm, and February 1st, 2015, from 12:30pm to 3pm, at Logan High School in the auxiliary gym. By participating in the clinic, each girl will get to cheer at half time at a varsity game on February 7th, get a t-shirt, and learn basic cheerleading techniques. They will also learn a dance routine, chants, jumps and stretching. The cost for the clinic is $35.00. The deadline to turn in money and forms is January 23rd, 2015.
The Logan High School National Honor Society welcomed 58 new members at a ceremony held Decemeber 18th. Selection was based upon careful consideration of studentís scholarship, leadership, service, and character by the Logan High School National Honor Society Faculty Council.
Students from the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) at Logan Hocking School District were introduced to Paul Shaw, Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer of Logan-Hocking Schools, who spoke to the class about financial items to consider when starting a small business. Students listened as he explored the different facets of business including budgeting, financing, and taxes while also touching on the role of an accountant and what small business owners should know about accounting services.
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