Logan-Hocking Middle
The Logan-Hocking Middle School consists of over 1200 students in grades 5, 6, 7, and 8 that are supported by over 100 staff members. LHMS is committed to providing a quality education that offers not only strong core academics, but also fine arts programs, technology integration, and extra-curricular activities.

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Logan-Hocking Middle School is celebrating Red Ribbon Week this week to promote being Bully and Drug Free. Each day this week there is a theme to help promote this lifestyle. There was a Poster Contest sponsored by Teen Institute and Rockin Reggie was in the building on Tuesday, October 25th to promote this message during lunch periods. Music was played and the students were able to enjoy a great time while eating lunch and promoting a positive lifestyle. Poster contest winners are picture...
Students in Mrs. Ball's 8th Grade English class enjoyed a Gallery Walk on Friday, October 21st. Students showcased their portfolios of work from the 9 weeks. Students were able to read each others papers, poems, and artwork while providing positive feedback to one another. The students enjoying sharing their work and viewing others. It is a great opportunity for our students.
Students in Mrs. Filous and Mrs. Campbell's ELA classes practiced learning their word study words through movement.
Students in Mr. Hall's 8th grade U.S. History classes recently recreated the infamous confrontation between colonists and British soldiers known as the "Boston Massacre." In an effort to "bring history alive," students used Reader's Theater scripts and props, including yardsticks for muskets and notebook paper balls for snowballs, to understand the causes that lead to the tragic event that helped spark the American Revolution.
Students in Mrs. Wells Science classes have been learning about types of rock. Students made edible rocks to reinforce the properties of each type of rock. Metamorphic rocks are formed through heat and pressure. Using heat from the microwave and pressure from students pressing the graham crackers together, students made edible metamorphic rocks.
Students in Mrs. Ballinger's Grade 5 Math class are engaged in a variety of learning activities. It is common practice in all classrooms for students to be working together in small groups. Grade 5 students have done an amazing job meeting their Math Fact WIG (Wildly Important Goal).
Students in Mrs. Carlson's Transitions and Careers class are learning more than just what they want to be when they grow up. They are learning about values. Each student has to come up with things that are important to them and what values will guide them to future careers. Students are designing a personal coat of arms with symbols and a motto that they live by. It is really getting our students to think about what they stand for and what values will guide them to the decisions they will ma...
Please join the LHS Choirs this Sunday, October 16, 2016, in the LHS Theater, for our first concert of the year, all based around our central theme, Go Light Your World. To kick off this year of actively making our world a brighter place, we have learned of many cultures in our world, through multicultural music.
8th Grade students at Logan-Hocking Middle School visited Tri-County Career Center on Tuesday, October 11th. Students were able to explore all the wonderful programs that Tri-County has to offer. A representative from TCCC was in the building on Friday, September 30th to discuss all the programs with our students and today was the student's opportunity to see all the programs. Students will have another chance to visit TCCC their sophomore year when they choose a few programs that they will b...
On Thursday, October 6th, 2016 the Hocking County Opiate Task Force and 317 Board will hold their Annual Opiate Task Force Town Hall Meeting in the Logan-Hocking Middle School Theater. The meeting will feature National Award Winning Author, Sam Quinones, Author of Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic. There will be a book signing following the event. Doors will open at 6:00pm and the presentation will begin at 7:00pm.
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Logan-Hocking Middle
1 Middle School Drive
Logan, OH 43138

Phone Numbers
Phone: 740.385.8764
Fax: 740.385.9547

School Hours
7:25 AM - 2:30 PM

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