Chieftain students are off to a great start. We honored our student of the month nominees at our first PTO meeting on Thursday, September 6. These students are role models and set a great example in their classrooms each day. We are proud of them!
Digital Academy is off to a great start. Students are working hard. We already have students meeting their AR goal for the first 9 weeks. Great job, Cherish and Carson Darling!! Other students are on their way. Enjoy the Hocking County Fair this week!
The Community is Invited! Don't miss TONIGHT'S unique Mural Installation/Artist Reception! Hope Springs Eternal is an exhibition to encourage the creative arts in the local community. This Opening Celebration features the installation of a new mural by Logan native & Columbus based artist, Roger Williams, & also the creative work of many creative LHS Alumni! Stop by the Piano Works for a glimpse into their successful career pathways!
Project SAFE kicks off their Be the Light T-Shirt fundraiser! Shirts are $10 each & available in (5) beautiful colors! All proceeds benefit the Project SAFE Program. Orders and Money are due September 21st. Checks should be made out to: LHSD & turned into the Project SAFE Parent Information Table at each school. If you wish to pay with a credit card, go to: Please contact Amy Kline with any questions. Follow Project Safe on Facebook!
Mrs. Lairds students at Central Elementary finished their camp unit by experimenting with S'MORES.
The staff and students of Union Furnace Elementary have been working very hard since the first day of school. Staff members spent time reviewing and explaining classroom and school rules and expectations. This week, teachers have been spending time teaching the procedures and routines at the various work stations and learning centers in the classroom. Union Furnace Elementary is a great place to learn!
Recently the Logan-Hocking Local Board of Education passed a resolution authorizing the administration to seek all legal remedies necessary to return taxpayer money stolen from the District by ECOT and its affiliates. Over $2 million has been deducted from the District since 2002. Attached, is the resolution and press release. Thank you to The Logan Daily News for the article.
Hocking Hills Elementary would like to thank the transportation department for coming out to our school and promoting bus safety.
LHSD Spearheads Creation of Hocking County Community Fund to Expand Local Opportunities During the August Board of Education Meeting, Heather Keesee of Foundation of Appalachian Ohio (FAO), presented to the board, explaining the scope of their mission, which is to create opportunities for Appalachian Ohio’s citizens and communities by inspiring and supporting philanthropy and allowing the citizens to live in a region abundant with possibilities. The LHSD Administration and Board of Education feel strongly the community can anticipate great things to come, as a result of this partnership with FAO.
LHS junior, and former Green Elementary student, Brannon Speidel, completed his Eagle Scout project by building flower beds for our preschool playground. After much planning, Brannon was able to create several areas where the preschool students could play and plant. The students are eager to start their first planting project with fall pumpkins. Brannon has been involved with scouts for the last 5 years and is a member of Troop 99. When asked why he chose his project, he stated he wanted to ...
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