January is Ohio School Board Recognition Month. Please take a moment to show your appreciation to our School Board Members. On behalf of the Logan-Hocking School District and our extended school community, THANK YOU: Dr. Scott Anzalone, Mr. Lance Bell, Dr. John Woltz, Mrs. Betty Amnah, and Mr. Mark Barrell for serving our children. We also recognize the dedication of our student board representatives, Carter Krannitz and Matthew Cobel.
The Start Talking! initiative was created to give parents/guardians, teachers, students and community leaders the tools needed to start and maintain conversations about alcohol and drug abuse, to collectively build a drug-free future. Below is a Start Talking! tip, you'll find in the recent article. Eat Dinner Together as a Family Often (at least four nights a week, when possible): It doesn’t need to be anything fancy or expensive; it is the sitting down together and connecting that matters.
The 2019 Winter Cheer Clinic sponsored by the Logan High School Cheerleaders and Coaches will be held on Sunday, February 3.
The snow plows are complete! Thank you to ODOT & all the students & staff involved with making this happen! The amazing creativity on each, makes it difficult to vote, but please take a moment & say which is your favorite, by clicking on the link below. You vote by clicking on the photos & liking your favorite. Deadline to vote is 12/26. Awesome job Green Elementary, Hocking Hills Elementary, Union Furnace Elementary & Logan High School students!! ...
The LHS Holiday Cabaret is scheduled for Friday, December 14th, 7:30pm, in the High School Theater Lobby. Join the students and friends of the LHS Choir and Theater programs for a fun and casual evening of holiday music! Enjoy your favorite songs of the season (plus others) performed by Logan's own talented students! Admission is by donation.
Logan High School is proud to announce the student written and directed winter play, A Miracle on Santa Claus Lane. This heartwarming story shows us the lives of elves preparing for Christmas - and one elf who seems to have lost sight of her Christmas spirit.
Join us for the final theatre performances of the semester where Acting I students present their final projects! Two plays will be presented - Softy, and Tracks. Admission is free, with donations collected at the door. House opens at 6:30pm, and performances begin at 7:00pm in the Logan High School Theatre. Thursday, December 13th 7:00pm LHS Theatre
The Athletic Boosters are hosting a "Yard Sale" of obsoleted sports/athletic items on Sat., Dec.15th, in the LHS cafeteria, during the home girls and boys basketball games. The Girls games start at noon and the Boys start at 5pm.
The 7th and 8th grade girls and boys will be playing their 2nd Annual Hoops for Hope Basketball Game this Saturday, December 8th, at the Logan-Hocking Middle School.
Due to current weather forecast for Saturday of 100% chance of rain with thunderstorms, the Hocking Hills Chamber of Commerce's Christmas Parade Committee has decided to postpone the parade till the rain date, Sunday, Dec. 2nd. Start time will remain 2pm with the gates opening at 9am.
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