Green School Mission:
At Green Elementary we educate and empower today's students to lead and achieve in tomorrow's world!
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OFFICIAL SCHOOL HOURS: 9:15 a.m. - 3:55 p.m. (Office hours are 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)
- Doors open at 8:55am- student are not admitted prior to 8:55am unless they are enrolled in Before Care.
- Students are welcome to eat breakfast at school free of charge each morning.
- Classes line up in the gym each morning and are picked up by teachers at 9:05am.
- In the afternoon, pick up students are released at 3:45 to designated areas,
while bus students are lined up in the gym at 3:50 in preparation for dismissal.
Representatives from the Logan-Hocking Transportation Department spent the morning at Green Elementary to teach students about bus safety. Students were instructed on how to safely ride the bus, cross the street and evacuate in an emergency. With all students riding a bus sometime during the year, this was an important learning opportunity for the whole school.
Just a reminder that school photos will be taken on Tuesday, September 5th at Green Elementary. Order forms went home with students on Monday 8/28 and an email was sent to parents on 8/29. If you have any questions please contact the school office. All students will be photographed for school records whether photos are purchased or not.
On Monday, August 21st, the students and staff at Green were able to experience the Great American Solar eclipse as a school community. As an enrichment activity, the school ordered eclipse glasses for safe viewing of this scientific phenomenon. In the days leading up to the eclipse, teachers shared with students the activity that takes place with the sun and the moon during an eclipse and other concepts like partial views, totality and viewing safety. Throughout the afternoon students were guid...
“Leadership is not about titles, positions or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another.” John C. Maxwell
We are so happy to welcome back Green Elementary Students & Staff! Color and creativity surround you at Green, with walls whispering inspirational reminders to carry with you everywhere you go. One of our favorites being, “It is important to remember that we all have magic inside of us.” JK Rowling
Green School, you are inspiring. We look forward to you showing us all ...
The students and families of Green Elementary are invited to our annual Open House on Monday, August 14th from 4-6pm. Greet the staff, tour the school, learn about programs and meet representatives from local organizations. This year our theme is Be a Learner, Be a Leader, Become a Legend! The building will be decorated with inspiring words from legends of all kinds. Students will have the chance to complete a scavenger hunt and the chance to earn prizes on the first day of school. We look forwa...
Green Elementary recently held their annual spring Family Night. The event theme was A Night at the Museum which centered around art and literacy. Nearly 300 guests participated in the evening which included the opportunities to create art in the style of of several modern artists- Mondrian, Calder, Chihuly, Picasso and more- and to learn about the artists and their history. Students also made edible cupcake masterpieces to enjoy as a snack and had the chance to take their picture as The Scream ...
Our school hosted their 3rd Annual Leadership Day where we welcome community members, LHSD representatives and staff from other school districts to view our Leader in Me process. 30 guests participated in the event which included a 7 Habits overview, classroom visits, school tour, a job fair, club sharing and Leadership Notebook review. The majority of the presentations were student led giving students an opportunity to showcase their leadership skills.As a final send off to guests, the whole sc...
Our annual Spring Music Program was held at Logan High School. Students in grades K-4 were invited to perform fun songs related to the theme of transportation in front of a packed house! The evening ended with the whole school coming on stage to sing our 2016-17 school anthem, Just Like Fire. Thanks to Mrs. Short for organizing this wonderful show.
To continue our February theme of kindness, the Student Lighthouse Team organized a collection of dish soap, hand soap and laundry detergent for the Hocking County Inspire Shelter. The team set a goal of collecting 100 bottles and actually surpassed their goal by collecting 129! The students shared that they are very excited to assist the shelter that helps homeless people in our community. Thank you to all who donated items to this student led community service project!