Congratulations, Emily Olejniczak, Ethan Perera & Hope Monk on being selected for the Youth Art Month Exhibit! Their outstanding work is among 133 pieces on display until March 23, at the State Teacher's Retirement Systems building on East Broad Street, in Columbus!! #NationalYouthArtMonth
March is National Youth Art Month and the Logan-Hocking Middle School art team and their students have been exceptionally busy!
The month long observance and celebration started off with a fantastic evening at the Bowen House on Friday, March 1st. The 17th Annual LHMS Spring Art Show, Seedlings, opened with a full house for 2 hours of excited art students, their families, friends, and community members in attendance. Over 170 amazing works of student art are on display through the 23rd of March at Bowen House.
On Saturday, March 9, 2019, 8th grade students Chloe Ellison, Elizabeth Long and Kayle Bond, FCCLA Middle School Chapter Members, received Outstanding Chapter Gold Award at the Regional FCCLA Competition.
The Outstanding Chapter Career Development Event consists of a team event that
promotes, plans, and conducts a well-balanced Program of Work that supports strategic alignment with state and national Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA). Students must be affiliated member ...
Each Spring, a handful of 7th and 8th grade choral students at Logan-Hocking Middle School are invited to partake in the Ohio Music Education Association’s Solo & Ensemble Contest.
Ten LHMS students traveled to Ohio University on Saturday, March 1st, to compete in the Chapter competition for Math Counts (equivalent to a regional competition). The ten students included 8th grader Zach Herring, 7th graders Zach Aldridge, Brooklynn Bergstedt, Isaiah Bookman, Mira Burns, Blayke Nutter, Raven Perkins, Campbell Swanson and 6th graders Logan Keck and Jonah McAfee. The 10 competitors were accompanied by coaches Kelly Wolfe and Stacey Ballenger. It was a very successful day for ...
It’s time for the annual Logan-Hocking Middle School spring art exhibition,
“Seedlings”! For the 17th consecutive year, “Seedlings” will be held at the Bowen
House at 196 North Market Street in Logan. Once again, Hocking County’s
Cultural Arts Center will be bursting at the seams with amazing artwork created
by visual arts students from the Art Team of Hacker, Lehman, & Oldham.
The "We Can" Club at the Middle School is still collecting items for the dog pound until Friday, February 15th. You are more then welcome to stop by and drop off either outside Student Services or the Principal's Offices. Or you can give your items to a Middle School student and they will drop them off for you.
We are still selling the Purple Puppy Paw Logan L shirts thru February 15th. They are $10 each and you can order through Wendy Cook, email@example.com.
If you haven’t stopped by Maya Burrito this winter, stop in soon! This is your last chance to view great artwork by students from the After the Middle Art Club through Project SAFE. Participants made a variety of abstract and realistic works expressing their joy for the Holiday Season.
The "WE CAN" Make a Difference Club at Logan Middle School has decided that the Dog Shelter in Logan and Save-A-Pup Program is our next project. We will be collecting items for both until February 14th. A list has been provided so if you would like to help, you may send items our way. There are drop boxes at both Ms. Eads' doors and Mrs. Wendy's at the Middle School.
Family and Consumer Sciences 8th grade students completed 187 FCCLA Community Service hours as part of their National FCCLA Power of One: Take the Lead education program. This program helps guide students to develop, plan, carry out, and evaluate projects to improve the quality of life in their local community . Through their community projects, students experience character development and improve their critical and creative thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career...