Digital Academy only posts grades at Semesters due to the system we use (Plato) for graded 4-8. Classes are set up on Semesters, therefore students have a full Semester to complete all assignments. Digital Academy does not post interim grades or 9 weeks grades. If you are concerned about your child's progress you can log into your child's Plato program and their current grade is visible there or feel free to contact me anytime. Grades K-3(4), we do not use Plato, so we will post grades per...
Every day students at Union Furnace Elementary have opportunities to collaborate and learn together. Some activities are completed in pairs, while others are done in small groups or as a whole class. Groups are flexible, occur across various content areas, and are guided and supported by teachers and staff members. Union Furnace Elementary is a great place to learn!
Foundation 45 is sponsoring a 5K Fall Run Walk on October 6th, at the Hocking County Fairgrounds. Foundation 45 was set up in memory of Corey Kissling, a past graduate who passed away a few weeks after he graduated. The Foundation sponsors a local scholarship in his memory. Click here for more information and Foundation 45 5K Walk Run Registration Form
Green Elementary has become a Class Dojo school! This app connects families, staff and students. The school and each classroom have accounts and are able to post stories, pictures and reminders in real time. Students can also be awarded dojo points for great learning and leading. The feedback from students, staff and parents has been overwhelmingly positive so far! Any families who have not connected to their student's classroom can contact the teacher for a class invitation.
The Presbyterian Farms came to Mrs. Shull’s second grade class to teach a science lesson. The students were taught how living things function and interact with their physical environments.
Central Elementary students in Miss Barnett's class celebrated Constitution Day, on September 17th! Students read the book, We the Kids by David Catrow, and discussed the US Constitution.
Central Elementary teachers spent Thursday learning about :Trauma Informed Care, during our in service staff worked with Misty Cole learning how to meet the needs of all of our students.
7th Annual Hocking County Opiate Town Hall Meeting October 10, 2018, 6:30PM Logan-Hocking Middle School 1 Middle School Dr. Logan, OH 43138 Presented by the Hocking County Task Force Guest Speaker, Ginny Atwood Lovitt, Executive Director of Chris Atwood Foundation. The Chris Atwood Foundation is in loving memory of Chris Atwood who passed away from a heroin overdose when he was 21 years old.
LHMS will hold the 1st PTO meeting of the year on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 2:45pm in Room 143 at LHMS. We will be discussing the upcoming PTO Candy Bar Fundraiser that will kick off next month. Please plan to attend and get involved.
Cancellations for Monday, Sept. 17, 2018. Girls Tennis at home. Boys Golf at home. Jr. High Soccer vs Unioto - Rescheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018.
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