Have you ever wondered...
-how caffeine effects athletic performance?
-how communication effects the success rates of surgical procedures?
-about the use of pain relievers?
-about the causes & treatments of allergies?
Logan High School is proud to present its 16th Annual Student Talent Show, on Friday, May 17th. Two performances will be presented - a student matinee during the school day, and an evening performance open to the public, at 7pm - in the Logan High School Theatre.
Rural Action volunteered with the third graders to support our learning about life science. Students created posters listing living, once alive and non-living things. Students also put living things into categories to facilitate their learning about classification.
On Thursday, May 16th, the LHS Theatre Department will present its final performances of the year. Acting I and Acting II classes will present a total of four one act plays, and four scenes. This semester's Acting I plays are: Anybody for Tea? by CB Gilford, The Overcoat adapted by Tim Kelly, This is a Test by Stephen Gregg, and Ladies of the Tower by Ruth Perry and Tim Kelly.
Teachers, Students, Parents, and Support Staff,
It has been my honor to join Logan Hocking Schools and serve as High School Principal for the last three years. I have watched this year's Seniors grow academically and emotionally since they were young sophomores. It will be with great pride that I send them off at Graduation as Alumni Members of the Chieftain Nation! What a great group of young men and women we are graduating!
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Congratulations to our High School Archery team, for shooting a 3389 & placing 22nd, out of 271 teams at Nationals! Awesome job to those who had their personal bests this weekend & a big shout out to Noah Ruffner who won the centershot & placed 4th in the nation, out of 2,600, at the bullseye shoot. We are very proud of you all!
Congratulations to the Logan Elementary Archery team & coaches, on being named 2019 Elementary Nationals Bullseye and 3D Team! What an outstanding year, ending up 1st in the League, 5th at State, 21st out of 200 Bullseye at Nationals, 31st out of 77 in 3D! And thatís not all! Five archers made All Star Team this year: Tayler Anderson, Jack Hipple, Jennah Richards, Jesi Mason & Evie Hacker!
LHMS Choraliers! Their energy, song selection, choreography & vocal talent made for a special ending to this week of appreciation for all employees!
Thank you, Mrs. Kendig & Mr. Murrey, for sharing your students' talent & for all you do!
Right to Read Week at Central Elementary! The students had a busy, fun-filled week participating in a variety of reading & writing nature activities, and focusing on ways they can make the world a better place. The best part of it all? Every student was given a day to become an explorer of nature, outside of the classroom!
LHMS's "We Can" Club's unbelievable fundraising called for an official check presentation! These amazing kids proudly gave $1,800 to Anna, of Save-A-Pup, to be used to vaccinate, worm & possibly spade/neuter dogs. Thank you, Wendy Cook, for teaching them to make a difference!
Be looking for Grace Warner's story in The Logan Daily News. Thank you, Grace, for interviewing the kids & featuring their hard work!
More on their fundraising efforts here: