Pledging to continue to provide financial forecasts that are current, consistent and credible, Logan-Hocking Local School District Treasurer/Chief Fiscal Officer Paul Shaw presented his most recent forecast to the Board of Education on Monday June 25, 2018. Despite anticipated deficits of $947,000 in Fiscal Year 2018 and $881,000 in Fiscal Year 2019, the Treasurer forecasts near breakeven operating surpluses in Fiscal Years 2020, 2021 and 2022. The General Fund carryover cash balance absorbs t...
The 4th Term Honor Roll for the Middle School and High School (2017-18 school year) is now available.
To honor Susan Rinehart, Century National Bank made a $30,000 donation to the Chieftain Center, during the June BOE Meeting. Susan's husband, Bill, & son, Lance, were a part of the special presentation.
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American Red Cross Blood Drive
Logan High School
14470 State Route 328
Logan, OH 43138
Wednesday, July 18, 2018
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
-Schedule your appointment online:
or call 1-800-RED CROSS, Sponsor Code LoganHS
- 16 year olds need a parent consent form.
- Questions? Contact Carter Krannitz - firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations, Rachel & Lexis!
Rachel Pierce and Lexis Fickel were selected to serve as Logan High Schoolís 2018 American Legion Buckeye Girls State (BGS) delegates. The selection criteria includes: completion of junior year, impressive leadership qualities, high moral character, above average academics, an interest in government/current events, and the desire to learn. The week-long program is held in June, at University of Mount Union, in Alliance, Ohio. Per the programís website, the mis...
In last night's Board of Education meeting, Matthew Cobel was welcomed as the new student representative of the board. He is a 2018-19 junior who joins senior, Carter Krannitz, as the voice of the student body in the monthly BOE meetings. Welcome Matthew!
Learn more about Matthew by clicking yesterday's Logan Daily News article.
Reminder of the Summer Lunch Program, which runs through July 26th, every Monday - Thursday, from 11am-1pm.
Currently, the lunch is available at Central Elementary. Due to upcoming maintenance work at Central, the lunch program will only be held there through July 19. From July 23-26, lunch will be available at Logan High School.
All children up to 18 years of age, or 19-21 with disabilities, are welcome to the free lunches. $2.00 fee for adult meals.
Chieftain Center News -
Since the well-attended Chieftain Center Groundbreaking Ceremony, held in April, the construction progress has been steadfast, even with the unpredictable weather. A drive by Logan High School will likely surprise the eye, as the construction fencing provides a near actual size visual of what is to come with the center.
Congratulations to all Logan-Hocking High School students who earned fourth term honor roll status at Tri-County Career Center. What an impressive list!
LOGAN-HOCKING HIGH SCHOOL
Principalís Honor Roll (3.0 Ė 3.49): Zachary Abram, Grace Amerine, Morgan Enright, Maddison Gilligan, Brandon Johnson, Lexia Lamore, Kaitlyn McGrath, Skyler McKinley, Kaden McQuaide, Mackinze Oney, Haleigh Pinkstock, Luke Schmeltzer, Carson Shaben,
Last week, LHS Girls Golf Coach, Rich Aldridge & Boys Golf Coach, Ben Taulbee, welcomed (20) boys & girls, grade 4-8, to the Hocking Hills Golf Club for another successful summer camp.