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 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.
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Ms. Mallory Kessen is a new eighth grade language arts teacher at Logan-Hocking Middle School. Kessen is an Ohio University Fellow who works half a day, and completes her master’s degree in technology during the other half at LHMS as part of the Ohio University Partnership. She completed her undergrad at Ohio University and is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio.
Ms. Toni Seeger is a new seventh grade language arts teacher as well as middle school cheerleading coach at Logan-Hocking Middle School. Seeger is originally from Hilliard, Ohio, and she attended Ohio University. Seeger was an Ohio University Fellow last year at LHMS.
Ms. Hannah Shull is one of two new seventh grade language arts teachers at Logan-Hocking Middle School. Shull is originally from Athens, Ohio, and she attended Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Shull has always had a passion for English. “I wanted to choose a career that would place me in an engaging environment, and I knew I would enjoy working with adolescents,” said Shull.
Students in grades 5 and 6 are learning how to be Leaders! Students have learned about Being Proactive and Having the End in Mind. To Be Proactive means to take responsibility for our actions and words. Beginning with the End in Mind teaches students not only to set goals, but to develop a mission statement and plan to achieve those goals.
Ms. Summer Ballinger is the new seventh grade math teacher at Logan-Hocking Middle School. Ballinger is from Logan and attended Ohio University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology and her master’s degree in middle childhood math and science education. Summer is an alumna of LHMS!
Ms. Tiffany Kline is the new Intervention Specialist Moderate to Intense for fifth and sixth grade at Logan Hocking Middle School. Kline was born in Logan, Ohio and attended Ohio University at the Lancaster branch and the Athens campus. She is an alumna of LHMS!
Ms. Liz Palmer teaches eighth grade math and is the head coach of the Logan High School Varsity Volleyball Team. Palmer is one of eleven new teachers at Logan Hocking Middle School.
Ms. Cristie Collins is a new eighth grade science teacher at Logan-Hocking Middle School. Collins is from a small town in Northeast Ohio, located about 5 miles from Lake Erie and 50 miles East of Downtown Cleveland. She graduated from Ohio University and taught at Belpre High School for two years.
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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