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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Ms. Moncrief’s fourth grade Talented and Gifted class walked over to Logan-Hocking Middle School on November 18th to watch Ms. Hayden’s eighth grade Talented and Gifted English class perform its rendition of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The eighth grade students summarized Acts I, II, III, and IV through the use of narrators and pantomime. Students acted out Act V, along with a flash mob dance scene.
The Middle Years Parent Resource Newsletter for November 2014 is available by clicking on the link:
Ms. Maggie Gerken is the new English Language Arts Tutor for grades five and six at LHMS. Gerken is from Logan and attended Ohio University. Both of her parents were teachers. Her dad was a history teacher and her mom was a language arts teacher.
Ms. Lisa Blank is a new art teacher at LHMS. Blank is originally from Baltimore, Ohio and graduated from Liberty Union in 1988. She started college at Ohio University in Lancaster for graphic design, transferred to the main campus, and changed her major to Art Education. She married and had a family, so it took her quite a while to complete her college degree. She finished her coursework after 20 long years and graduated with a BFA in 2008.
Ms. Jillian Meinhart is a new 5th grade intervention specialist at LHMS. Meinhart is from Canal Winchester. She attended Muskingum University and completed her fourth and fifth grade endorsement online at Notre Dame.
Mr. Cort Forgrave is a new fifth grade science teacher at Logan Hocking Middle School. Forgrave is from Somerset, Ohio and graduated from Muskingum University with a degree in middle childhood education and a history minor. Both of his parents, as well as his grandparents, are or were teachers. “I was always around teaching, even at a young age.
Gr. 8 PRIDE students for the 1st Academic Quarter are as follows: Elisha Sellards, Nick Pippin, Sophia Gadrim, Bobby Finney, Addy Rooker, Brennon Sharb, Sidni Harris, Bo Myers, Kayla Brown, Joseph Gillilan, Aleson Vickroy, Joel Cheadle, Terah Shoffner, Brant Lovas, Gwen Johnson, Brandon Johnson. PRIDE is an acronym that stands for Positive, Respect, Integrity, Disciplined, and Engaged. Students are selected for incorporating PRIDE in all aspects of the building.
Grade 7 PRIDE Students for the 1st Academic Quarter are as follows: Daniel Capuzzi, Dreena Wiseman, Tyler Eshelman, Terra Conley, Chris Maley, Samantha Mustard, Joey Newton, Emma Myers, Carson Miller, Pamela Martinez, Isaak Starr, Emily McGreevy, Colt Allbery, Emmalee Wisecarver, Josh Chapin, Taylor Sammons. PRIDE is an acronym that stands for Positive, Respect, Integrity, Disciplined, and Engaged. Students are selected for incorporating PRIDE in all aspects of the building.
Students in Grades 5 and 6 are continuing to learn about how to be a Leader by Putting First Things First. Students discuss daily how to prioritize their big blocks and little blocks with the goal of putting the most important first so that they have success and life doesn't topple over. The next leadership assembly is Monday, November 24, focusing on the Win-Win Habit.
The Middle Years Parent Resource Newsletter for October 2014 is available by clicking on the link:
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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

Principal
Brice Frasure