All are encouraged to attend this important school safety community meeting, being held on Wednesday, April 3, 2019, at 7 PM, in the Logan High School Theatre.
The evening's agenda is as follows:
-Welcome & District Overview: Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Monte Bainter
-Agency Partner Updates:
Logan Police Department & Hocking County Sheriff's Office
Please submit safety questions or concerns in advance, by emailing email@example.com. The safety committee will do their best to address as many as possible during the forum.
The artistic talent at the Logan-Hocking Middle School is amazing!!
Congratulations Cassidy Bledsoe, Avery Cook-Porter, & Camryn Torongeau on being selected for the Young People's Art Exhibit. Their work is among 131 pieces on display until March 23, at the Rhodes State Office Tower on Broad Street, in Columbus!! #NationalYouthArtMonth
Congratulations, Emily Olejniczak, Ethan Perera & Hope Monk on being selected for the Youth Art Month Exhibit! Their outstanding work is among 133 pieces on display until March 23, at the State Teacher's Retirement Systems building on East Broad Street, in Columbus!! #NationalYouthArtMonth
The Logan Hocking Archery program represented our district well Sunday, March 17th, at the Ohio NASP State Tournament.
The high school team placed 1st and received overall high team score. The archers beat Troy by 31 points. Senior Noah Ruffner placed 5th in high school males.
The middle school team ranked 14th place.
The elementary team ranked 5th place, with 5th grader Jennah Richards receiving 4th place in elementary female.
Way to go Logan Hocking Archers!
Chieftain Elementary recognized the student of the month nominees at our March PTO meeting. We recognized February and March students together this month. These students are role models at Chieftain and work to make good choices on a daily basis. We are proud of them!
ZANESVILLE, Ohio - March 13, 2019 - Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center (MVESC) recently recognized outstanding seniors in Coshocton, Hocking, Morgan, Muskingum, Perry and Tuscarawas counties for their school and community leadership activities at the 30th Annual Student Leadership Recognition Ceremony at Ohio University-Zanesville.
ZANESVILLE, Ohio - March 13, 2019 - The Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center (MVESC) recently honored the Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award finalists from each of the 15 school districts in Coshocton, Hocking, Morgan, Muskingum and Perry counties and the Newcomerstown Exempted Village School District at the 30th Annual Student and Teacher Recognition Ceremony at Ohio University-Zanesville.
On March 13, 2019, more than 250 Ohio high school students were welcomed by the Ohio Department of Education at the 2nd Annual All-Ohio U.S. Armed Forces Career Commitment Celebration at COSI, in Columbus.
The attendees simultaneously signed letters of intent to serve in the U.S. military or attend a service academy. Per the Ohio Department of Education’s website, “The students signed commitment letters, received red, white, and blue cords from the USO, and celebrated with their families and members of the military and education communities.”
Thank you to all who submitted nominations for the January Chieftain Spotlight Awards. Below, is the list of students who were nominated and received an award.
Teachers nominate students each month and Mrs. Atkins’ class gathers the nominations and delivers the awards. The class is now accepting nominations for February. If you don't have a form, you may email Mrs. Atkins the information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Saturday, March 9, 2019, three Middle School members and three High School members competed at the Regional FCCLA Competition.
Elizabeth Long, Chloe Ellison, and Kayle Bond (8th grade Middle School students) received Outstanding Chapter Gold Award.
Haylee Leasure, Arizona Hamm, and Carsyn Lawrence (High School students) received Outstanding Chapter Gold Award.