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The 7th grade students at LHMS got a dose of “reality” on Thursday, May 3rd, when they participated in several activities that gave them some insight on what it is like to be an adult in the real world. The students picked a career to have for the day, but it was solely based on their GPA from the third nine weeks. The career they chose had an appropriate monthly salary attached to it. Using that salary, the students had to walk around the gymnasium and find out how much each of their bills w...
The LHMS Battle Over Books academic team recently competed at the annual Battle Over Books competition held at Ohio Christian University. Students from eight different middle schools participate in the competition each year. Each participating school brings two teams to the competition. Both teams from LHMS advanced to the quarter-finals. One team advanced to the semi-finals and placed third overall. The Battle Over Books team is advised by Mrs. Lindsey Perry and Mr. Chad Hall.
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The Logan Hocking Middle School Visual Arts Instructors would like to invite you to the 3rd Annual “Perceptions” Art Show. The exhibition will be held at Artista located at 38 W. Main St. in Logan. The student artwork featured in this exhibition is from the second half of the school year and includes drawing, painting, watercolor, pastel, collage, mixed media, printmaking and sculpture. The pieces were made under the instruction of Mrs. Lehman, Mrs. Hacker, and Mrs. Oldham.
Please join us in ...
Creativity Speaks is an art exhibition showcasing the artwork from the students in my Adapted Art class. This class is a semester long class where seventh and eighth grade students with special abilities learn different aspects of art. They learn how to use different mediums and explore the art-making process.
Because I have this class the second semester of the year, I wanted to incorporate their artwork into their own show. The students work hard to create their masterpieces and I...
Logan-Hocking Middle School FCCLA Chapter receives two awards at the FCCLA State Conference.
8th grade students attended the Ohio FCCLA State Conference on April 26, 2018 at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus. State Conference is FCCLA's (Family,Career,Community of America) largest event of the year with over 1,800 attendees ready to participate in workshops, hands on service learning, network with follow members and advisors, and to visit the college and career expo!
At the St...
Middle School Track Meet scheduled for today, Monday, April 16th, has been cancelled.
Tonight's middle school track meet at Athens has been cancelled.
Logan-Hocking Middle School picture day is Friday, April 6th. Picture packets will be distributed to students in homeroom classes. Pictures may be purchased by sending money with your child on picture day or you may purchase pictures online. Visit https://my.lifetouch.com/mylifetouch/ to order pictures online.
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Picture Day: Friday, April 6th
Picture Day ID: ZR567063Q0
Tonight's middle school track meet at Nelsonville has been cancelled.
MARCH 2018 MAYA BURRITO - DAIRY BARN & PROJECT SAFE
Art Opening at Maya Burrito
Project SAFE After the Middle Program in collaboration with The Dairy Barn will be hosting an art opening for their Printmaking and Photography Show on Thursday, March 29, 2018 from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. at the Maya Burrito Company at 12 E. Main Street, Logan, Ohio. All are welcome to attend.
Student artwork includes the traditional Japanese printmaking techniques of Suminagashi (floating ink), Gyotaku (print fish), cyanotype, and long exposure photography. The pieces were made under the direction of Dairy Barn artist Jessica Held.
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