Over 270 students and their families attended Project SAFE’s Art Walk for the first family night of the year.
The Student Lighthouse Team of Green Elementary hosted a Veteran's Day ceremony. The students led the Pledge of Allegiance and shared facts about Veteran's Day, while Mrs. Travis played Taps on her trumpet. Several local veterans joined our school for the event and were thanked by our students and staff for their service to our country. Mrs. Swope and Mrs. Hill, Student Lighthouse Advisors, coordinated the efforts which included a miniature American flag for all students. A special thanks to ...
Logan High is having a BLACK FRIDAY YEARBOOK SALE for 24 hours only on FRIDAY, November 24th. Click the following link to order your 2018 yearbook at a $15 discount between 12:00 a.m and 11:59 p.m. on 11/24.
We are so excited to be named a state finalist in Samsung’s @solvefortomorrow contest! Autum Barry applied to this program to help her students address real world challenges using STEAM. We can’t wait to see their project come to life over the next few months. #solvefortomorrow
Chief Logan FFA DVD Drive Benefiting Nationwide Children's Hospital.
Dressed as Pilgrims and Native Americans, the kindergarten students participated in a Thanksgiving feast with their families. Prior to the feast, the students learned about Thanksgiving through read alouds, writing, art, and video clips. Happy Thanksgiving from the staff and students of Union Furnace Elementary!
The Logan-Hocking Middle School Choraliers recently performed at the Greater Columbus Convention Center for the Ohio State School Boards Association’s Student Achievement Fair.
Project SAFE and After the Middle Art Club recently held an art opening for their Dia de los Muertos show on Thursday, November 16 at the Maya Burrito Company.
Central Elementary fourth grade students are hard at work during guided writing. After reading a fiction book one group is working on writing a different ending to the story while using the author’s “voice.”
Central Elementary 4th grade classes worked through the Scientific Method as they observed cut apples in different types of liquid; vinegar, lemon juice, water, baking soda/water, pineapple juice and milk.
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