This year, LHS Art Students set a new Regional Governorís Show record for the most students to move through the Regional Contest. The previous record was set during the 2014-15 school year with a record 58 students moving through the Regional Contest. This year, that record was bested by two additional students, totaling 60 LHS Art Students moving past the Regional Round.
Donít forget to tune into 98.3 SAMFM tomorrow, @ 7:15 AM, to hear our Weekly Chieftain Chat -the districtís brand new LHS student-run radio show, named by the students & designed as another platform for all our schools to stay connected to our community. The show also offers our students a unique opportunity to work directly with the radio station.
Two Logan-Hocking Middle School students participated in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of American (FCCLA) Regional Competition this past Saturday. Career Development Events (CDE) are competitive events offered to FCCLA members with the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life necessary in families, communities, and workplaces. Kyndal Nutter and Makayla Vermillion are both 8th graders at Logan- Hocking Middle School and have demonstrated leaders...
On Saturday, March 3rd, the Chief Logan FFA traveled to Marysville High School for numerous CDE contests. Three FFA members competed in the state public speaking contests, while numerous other students competed in the General Livestock, Poultry Management, Equine Management, and Agronomy Invitationals. The state public speaking contests consist of the top two speakers from each district in each category.
Congratulations to our MVESC Annual Student Leadership Recognition Ceremony Award Recipients! Ruth Zheng - Outstanding Senior Award Alyssa Burns - Outstanding Teacher Award, nominated by Ruth Nicholas Kudlapur - Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award MVESC 29th Annual Student Leadership Recognition Ceremony took place March 7, 2018.
To clarify, tomorrow, March 12th, was converted to a make-up day for students. All schools will be in session. (5) day preschool classes report; (4) day classes do not, since they are T-F.
Our Digital students are becoming poets. Incorporated into our Studies Weekly, students will often do a little extra and complete the ELA assignments as well. This student went that extra mile and wrote a poem. Great job!
During Read Across America Week at Central Elementary, Mrs. Shull's second graders wrote about what would happen if The Cat in the Hat came to their home.
Presale tickets for boys basketball game on Wed night are SOLD OUT Tickets can be purchased at the door Doors open at 5:45 at Pickerington Central High School Game time is 7:00p.m.
We are changing the 7th Grade Baseball tryouts dates and times because of the boys basketball game Wednesday. 7th grade tryouts will now be Thursday, March 8th, from 5pm​-7pm and Saturday, March 10th, from 11​am​-1pm in the aux gym at the high school. The parent meeting will ​now take place Thursday at 6:30 pm in the hallway outside of the aux gym.
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