Please take the time to read and complete the following survey in efforts to improve broadband availability in our area. The Connected Community Portal was rolled out in August and is now available for your use. This portal contains broadband surveys that can be taken by county-specific residents and business owners to describe their current broadband situation and needs. The data gathered through these surveys will be helpful in more accurately identifying areas in need of improved service...
Picture Retake Day is Thursday, October 3rd at LHMS. You can order pictures online at with the Picture Day ID of ZR559894Q1. You can get your picture taken for the first time or simply return your original package to have your pictures redone.
This week's Senior Wisdom is brought to you by Ariana Azlin and sponsored by Christy's Pizza. " Be nice to everyone you meet! Don't instantly judge a person by their looks. Get involved in activities to get to know people." Thank you Christy's Pizza for supporting our students at LHS
Congratulations to the Forestry team for placing 3rd at the State contest Saturday at Hocking College! Also congratulations to Dakoda Waldren for placing 2nd and Emily Blackstone for placing 8th individually.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and Monday, Oct. 7th is World Day of Bullying Prevention. Show you support and wear blue 10/07/19.
An evening of marching band pageantry and excitement is on tap for area residents with the annual Fall Festival of Bands, sponsored by the Logan Band Boosters.
Mr. Forgrave's and Mrs. Lee's 5th grade students took part in the Global Climate Strike on September 27th. Students were taught various things about the climate from solar power to carbon emissions. Students worked on puzzles that show the effect of the rising sea level, conducted energy audits (how much power do appliances use), they learned about solar power by constructing circuits and then connecting into solar power, they learned where/how the data has been collected from the ice and ro...
Students in Grade 9 received information today on ordering a class ring. Order forms can be returned October 9 and October 10 during lunch periods.
Our Seniors were given informational packets and order forms for Graduation packages that include cap, gown, tassel, announcements, name cards and many other items Seniors can order for graduation.
Mrs. Woodburn has the students painting the snow plows. ODOT reports a 15% increase in efficiency with the paint on the plows. They not only look spiffy; snow days should be reduced, too. (Some statistics in this post may qualify as fake news ;)
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