Thank you to leaders in our community for sharing your leadership journey and ideas on how to be a good leader with us. Leaders from the Sheriff department, Police department, EMS, HVCH, Superintendent, School Board, and our mayor visited our school to talk about leadership.
Two Logan-Hocking Middle School students participated in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of American (FCCLA) Regional Competition this past Saturday. Career Development Events (CDE) are competitive events offered to FCCLA members with the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life necessary in families, communities, and workplaces. Kyndal Nutter and Makayla Vermillion are both 8th graders at Logan- Hocking Middle School and have demonstrated leaders...
The Logan-Hocking Middle School MathCounts team, coached by Kelly Wolfe and Stacey Ballenger, both 7th grade math teachers, competed at the regional competition at OU on Saturday, February 24, 2018. Logan was one of five schools that participated in the MathCounts competition. Athens, Saints Peter and Paul, Alexander and South Webster were the other four schools that were represented. Logan's grade 6-8 participants included Ashley Aldridge, Lauren Begley, Sophie Boelk, Arizona Hamm, Levi Keck...
Youth Art Month is celebrated across our nation during the month of March. An active and thriving arts presence is always an indicator of a community dedicated to enriching the lives of its neighbors. Logan-Hocking Middle School continues to have a strong visual arts department and participation among students in the arts is strong as well. Logan-Hocking Middle School will kick off Youth Art Month this Friday, March 2nd with their Seedlings Art Exhibit opening at the Bowen House in Logan fr...
The Middle Years Parent Resource Newsletter for February is available by clicking on the link below:
The students in the Transitions and Careers class at Logan-Hocking MIddle School celebrated Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America(FCCLA) Week during February 12th through 16th. Wednesday, February 14th was designated as FCCLA Day and students were encouraged to wear red to show their support for FCCLA. All 8th grade students take Transitions and Careers and those students are members of the local LHMS FCCLA chapter.
The Logan-Hocking Middle School Spelling Bee was held on Thursday, January 18th in the LHMS Theater. 36 Spellers competed to become the middle school's top speller. Mira Burns, 6th grader at LHMS, claimed the rights to be top speller by her correct spelling of ichthyosaurus. Runners-up were 8th grade students Rachel Rayburn and Owen Angle. Mira has the opportunity to compete in the regional spelling bee at Ohio University in Athens for her chance to move on to the National Spelling Bee in Wa...
RESCHEDULED DUE TO WEATHER: The LHMS PTO is sponsoring a Movie for grades 5 and 6 as well as a Dance for grades 7 and 8 on Friday, February 9th. This was originally scheduled for this Friday, January 19th but was moved to the following Friday due to the weather. GRADES 7 and 8 - Dance LHMS Dance - Friday, February 9th from 6pm-8pm. Cost to attend the dance is $2.00 Tickets will go on sale Monday, February 5th and can be purchased from Mrs. Wendy in the main office. Student...
What an amazing transformation! Our middle schoolers did a wonderful job decorating their hallways, creating a festive feel & a winter wonderland.
The Logan Hocking Middle School boys basketball teams will be hosting a First Responders Night on December 20th at the LHMS gym, to recognize the great men and women who serve our community. Players will be representing different departments by wearing warm up shirts of those departments. There will also be a recognition of all those responders in attendance between the 7th and 8th grade games. Last year we honored all branches of the military and it was very well represented and attend...
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