Ohio Health O'Bleness Hospital will be offering free Concussion Impact Testing July 22, 9am-1pm.
The boys and girls in Mrs. Garey’s second grade math class are becoming Math Masters. We are working hard learning our multiplication facts to earn karate belts. Our belts are recorded on our belt board so we always know what we’ve mastered and what we need to work on.
1st Grade students at Central Elementary learned about 2D and 3D shapes in Mrs. Conrad's class. They compared the likes and differences between a square and cube, circle, sphere, and a cylinder, also a triangle and pyramid. They learned about how to determine if a shape has a face, straight sides or curved sides and vertices (corners).
Dear Parents of 11th grade students: The Ohio Department of Health has made changes to the Ohio Immunization Law requiring all children entering 12th grade to have one or two doses of meningococcal vaccine; depending on when they received their first dose. This requirement went into effect prior to the 2016/17 school year. Meningococcal vaccine is now State Mandated for preteens at ages 11 or 12 years , with a booster needed between 16-18 years. Meningococcal vaccine protects against me...
Ms. Wilson asked her kindergarten parents if they had any hobbies or special talents they would like to share with the class this year. They sure did deliver!
LHS Combined Choirs: Class AA Mixed Choirs Division, I SUPERIOR RATING: 1ST PLACE LHS Chamber Singers: Class AA Mixed Choirs Division, II SUPERIOR RATING: 1ST PLACE BEST CHOIR OVERALL: LHS CHAMBER SINGERS BEST SOLOIST: JARROD TURNBULL, LHS ESPIRIT DE CORPS AWARD: Taking all participating bands, choirs, and orchestras into consideration, this is given to the group that demonstrates the best overall performance, camaraderie, group morale, positivity, and spirit. The award wen...
The Jog for a Dog 5k was a success with over 100 participants and over $1500 raised for the Hocking County Humane Society. The LHS Biomedical Sciences Program and LHMS Running Club would like to thank everyone for the support!
Grade 6 students enjoyed a day at the fairgrounds participating in many activities related to Earth day and caring for our environment.
The Chief Logan FFA Chapter recently held its 83rd Annual Banquet. The banquet began with opening ceremonies conducted by the 2016-17 officers, followed by the emblem ceremony, led by freshmen from the chapter.
Green Elementary recently held their annual spring Family Night. The event theme was A Night at the Museum which centered around art and literacy. Nearly 300 guests participated in the evening which included the opportunities to create art in the style of of several modern artists- Mondrian, Calder, Chihuly, Picasso and more- and to learn about the artists and their history. Students also made edible cupcake masterpieces to enjoy as a snack and had the chance to take their picture as The Scream ...
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