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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Students in Grades 5-8 who met their AR goal earned popcorn with variety of topping choices today during lunch. Congrats to our AR goal achievers!
Teachers and students in Grades 5 and 6 dressed up today as Superheroes to Thank our teachers for being our Heroes!
Students in Mrs. Schraders' Science classes worked very hard on their Science projects. Students developed a question, made a hypothesis, tested their hypothesis, and shared their results with other Grade 5 students. Many students used technology to capture their experiment "live" to share with their class mates. Great Job Scientists!
Students in Grades 5 and 6 showed their Championship Spirit today by wearing purple and white. The students are preparing for their End of Year assessments which begin next week.
​Grade 6 math students are competing in a Jeopardy Tournament! Mr. Burgess, Mrs. Cherry, Mrs. Mace, Ms. Bolin, and Mrs. Sevcik make learning Fun!
Grade 5 students are learning all about shapes. The students are going on a mystery hunt finding the shape suspect based on clues given. Learning is Fun!
The Logan Education Association (LEA) sponsored a Read Across America contest at Logan-Hocking Middle School. Each time students read a book during the months of February and March, they filled out a ticket and placed it in a grade level box. Two students from each grade won a $20 Walmart gift card for a total of eight gift cards.
The 7th Grade Reality Day is an educational and fun day when students get to be “adults” for a day. The day begins with each student selecting a career from a chart based upon a student’s individual school Grade Point Average (GPA). The career is allotted a monthly salary that students must use to pay their bills, such as housing, transportation, groceries, daycare, and to buy any extras….if they have money left over!!
The Middle Years Parent Resource Newsletter for March 2015 is available by clicking on the link:
Logan-Hocking MIddle School is proud to announce that 6 students have had artwork chosen to be exhibited in the 2015 Ohio Art Education Association state exhibitions. Both the "Youth Art Month" show and the "Young People's Art Exhibition" will hold their opening receptions and awards presentations this Saturday in downtown Columbus. The YAM and The YPAE shows each have approximately 120 works of art selected from the 9 OAEA regions for display. It is a distinct honor for any student to have artwork in either of these exhibitions. The YAM show is on exhibit at the State Teachers Retirement Systems building, and the YPAE is held at the Rhodes State Office Tower. Both state level shows run for the month of March.
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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 - 2:25 PM

Brice Frasure