Logan-Hocking Closure, FAQ's & Resources
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Dear Logan-Hocking Families,
Below we have outlined an update concerning Educational Activities, Food Pick-up/ Delivery. Please click on the links below to access.
An LHSD Salute to First Responders 4.17.20
Update from Curriculum Director Trina Barrell 4.2.20
Update from Superintendent Bainter 4.1.20
Food Preparation Recommendations 3.30.20
Food DIstribution Change for 3.30.20
Food Distribution Update for 3.30.2020 Video
Educational Plan Update w/ Trina Barrell 3.20.20
Food Distribution- Video Explanation 3.19.20
Food Distribution Questions Answered 3.18.20
Update from Superintendent Bainter 3.17.20
Food Distribution Update 3.17.20
Logan Hocking Coronavirus Update 3.16.20
The District will continue to assess this situation and release information regarding our schedule based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Ohio Department of Health, Hocking County Public Health officials, and the Governor's Office. In the meantime, please be patient, heed the Governor's warning and take care of your family.
Frequently Asked Questions:
When do kids have to report to school?
Schools will be closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.
Are Logan-Hocking Schools still a polling station?
Late last night the Ohio Department of Health suspended in-person voting for the March 17, 2020 Presidential Primary Election. No polling locations will be open for voting March 17, 2020.
Are all school activities cancelled?
Yes, All Activities at Logan-Hocking Schools are cancelled until further notice.
How will students get their work?
Teachers are preparing activities today (Friday, March 13th) that students can complete during this extended closure. We hope to have those out early next week. They will be emailed, posted on our website, twitter and facebook feeds. If someone needs to pick up or be mailed a hard copy that will be arranged.
Will we have to make up all this time?
At this time we are awaiting guidance from the Ohio Department of Education, and the Governor's Office regarding how this will be handled. As soon as we have more information we will release it.
Updates from the Centers for Disease Control
Updates from the Ohio Department of Health
How Can You Respond
Coronavirus Disease FAQ's
Ohio Department of Education FAQ's
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