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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To view The Leader in Me November 25th Newsletter, please click HERE.
Tessa Luicart won the 7th/8th grade division of the American Education Week contest sponsored by the Logan Education Association Hall of Fame committee. The requirement was to present an essay or artistic display on the theme "What my public education means to me." Tessa made the artistic display in Mrs. Hacker's 7th Grade Art class.
Julia Ly won the 5th and 6th grade division of the American Education Week contest sponsored by the Hall of Fame committee. The requirement was to present an essay or artistic display on the theme "What my public education means to me."
The Grade 5 Community Service Leadership Team, led by Mr. Forgrave, recently organized Operation Christmas Child for our students. Students donated items to be sent to children in war torn countries. The leadership team organized the service project and packed the shoeboxes. Our students were able donate 72 boxes to send to children.
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Mrs. Schein helped lead her leadership team of Leaders of the Past to host their first assembly. The students invited local veterans to come speak to our fifth grade students. The students had music playing to honor our veterans, introduced our veterans, and created fabulous questions.
Chess Club has started back up at Logan-Hocking Middle School. The Chess Club meets every Tuesday after school and it has grown to nearly 50 members. Chess Club is open to all grade levels, 5th through 8th, and students range in all ability levels, from beginners to advance chess players. This has been a great opportunity for the students of Logan-Hocking Middle School.
To view The Leader in Me November Newsletter, please click HERE.
Middle School Fifth and Sixth grade students learned about leadership in an assembly Friday morning hosted by William Bradford. Students learned that leaders are big thinkers, find ways to connect and inspire others, overcome fear while stepping out and taking risks. Leaders think Big and Go Big!
The event planning and scrapbooking teams in Grades 5 and 6 planned an assembly for Mr. Bentley to present his book, Little Penquin Gets the Hiccups, that was recently published. The students made and decorated the theater as well as asked Mr. Bentley questions regarding the process of publishing a book. The students were also given a bookmark. Mr. Bentley read his book to the students which required active participation from his audience.
Dear Students and Parents,
Our students and staff in fifth and sixth grade are so proud of our first year as a Leader in Me school! The Leader in Me process involves students and staff infusing the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People into our lives and lessons. The common “language” is becoming part of our school culture and will continue to produce positive results year after year.
Logan-Hocking School District