On Wednesday the Deputy Phil Program was presented to the Hocking Hills Elementary students. This program educated students in the areas of; safety, respect, and bullying. We would like to thank the Hocking County Sheriff's office for making this program available.
Hocking Hills participated in Spirit week to help raise money for Shop with a Cop. The students brought change and money while enjoying dress up days and guessing candy in a guessing jar. Our school collected $1000.00 for the charity. Student Council presented the check to Officer Campbell on Monday afternoon. Hocking Hills would like to thank our school community for helping with this.
On December 8th, Hocking Hills Elementary conducted their December PTO meeting. During this meeting, "Students of the Month" were recognized for the month of October and November.
Hocking Hills Elementary would like to thank Hocking College fire fighter students for coming to our school and educating our students about fire safety.
Fourth graders spent the morning learning more about Literary Elements with Mrs. Kellie Hayden, gifted coordinator. Students reviewed the 5 finger retell and explored plot elements using hand motions. Afterwards, students went to computer and wrote their own realistic fiction story.
Hocking Hills Elementary conducted their Veterans Day Ceremony on Wednesday Nov. 9th. During this assembly we honored our Veterans for their service.We would like to thank the following for helping us honor our Veterans: Specialist IV Combat Engineer, Kenny Woodburn, Student Council, Larilyn Short, Julie Woodburn, Sam Hendricks and our students. Thank You Veterans for your service!
Student council was proud to help Hocking Hills Elementary students and families participate in collecting for UNICEF. The school brought in $346.96. Our goal was $150, so we more than doubled it. The students learned to help the global community. Great job to Hocking Hills for helping UNICEF!
On October 25th, Hocking Hills Elementary held a "Trunk or Treat" family night. The theme was "Tricks, Treats, Hoots, and Howls". The program was comprised of a trunk or treat, a story read to the students by Superintendent Monte Bainter, and concluded with a presentation by Hocking County State Park Naturalist Pat Quakenbush over "Spooky Animals".
Stick Together a free, character education program offered to schools by Project Love and Duck Tape in an effort to provide a fun and different way for students to explore the important social-emotional learning concepts of kindness and sticking together to combat bullying and negative behaviors in their schools.
Hocking Hills Elementary would like to thank Laurelville Fire Department for coming to our school to teach our students fire safety prevention. Presentations were provided for all students pre-k - 4th grade. All students were provided a fire safety coloring book.
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