Hocking Hills Elementary
Welcome to the Hocking Hills Elementary Web Site. We are committed in 2016-17 to provide a school culture that engages students to become independent achievers.
: Parents- take a look at the changes to the Medication Policy. A complete list of available medical supplies, along with information regarding prescription and over the counter medication can be found under the "Documents" link to the right.
Check out this month's activities, parent letters, and other information under the Documents
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Hocking Hills 3rd graders traveled to Bishop Educational Gardens for their spring field trip. Students learned about recycling, a pond ecosystem, the forest habitat with tree identification, and tried their hand at archery.
Hocking Valley Community Hospital partners with Hocking Hills Elementary to share information about the hospital with monthly classroom lessons.
On Wednesday May 10th, Hocking Hills Elementary conducted Career Day. We greatly appreciate all of the people that came to our school to discuss their careers with our students.
On Thursday May 4th, Hocking Hills Elementary conducted its monthly PTO meeting. During this meeting "Students of the Month" were recognized.
On April 24, 2017, Central Elementary School in Logan hosted the Logan- Hocking School District Annual Spring Chess Tournament. Students from chess clubs at the following schools participated:
Second grade students at Hocking Hills went on a field trip to Nelsonville to visit Robbins Crossing, the Nature Center, and the Hocking Valley Scenic Railway.
Mrs. Cassady’s second grade classroom celebrated Earth Day on April 19th. The class wrote paragraphs about ways to help the Earth.
On Thursday April 6th, Hocking Hills Elementary conducted its April PTO meeting. During this meeting, the following students were recognized as "Students of the Month".
On Thursday April 5th, Hocking Hills Elementary conducted its annual spring music program. Our students did an amazing job performing!
Melissa Foster from The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society visited Hocking Hills Elementary on Friday to help kick off the Pennies for Patients fundraiser. With the help of Hocking Hills' Student Council, Melissa taught the school about blood cells, cancer cells, and discussed why it is important to raise money for research.