Ready to do some summer cleaning? Taking things to Goodwill Logan? Designate your donations as Project SAFE (at the desk) and that will earn clothing vouchers for families in our schools. Donating is rewarding in itself, but this way, we can make it even more rewarding. Clothing vouchers will be a big help for our families. We hope to have some for when school starts back up this fall.
Helping Families be Healthy Families Project SAFE was awarded a grant to purchase food items for families in our district. The schools also had a Toiletry drive and had many items donated. We now have a small food pantry that we will be using to provide families with groceries and toiletries. There is no income guideline or paperwork. If your family is interested in receiving these items, please contact Jody Braden at
Our Project SAFE team is the best! As they prepare our students for their upcoming family event, called MY TOWN: Green and Clean, look at everything the kids are creating as they learn about recycling & taking care of the earth! Thank you to all involved in this important project, with a special shout out to Rebecca Miller & Jenna Balazs of Hocking County Soil & Water for leading the charge! We have over 100 volunteers signed up & ready to make a difference this weekend!
During the month of February, Project SAFE is offering many heartfelt activities for families. Please participate in as many activities as possible! -Our Be the Light activity was AMAZING! In February, we are going to SPREAD THE LOVE. Each family will receive a heart and be asked to take a picture of their family spreading love to another family. Post a picture on our Project SAFE Facebook page and be entered into a drawing for a $100 Walmart Card.
The “WE CAN” Make a Difference Club kids had a blast when they visited with the Carlin House Assisted Living residents! Eleven students were matched up with eleven residents to play Halloween BINGO. The students helped the residents locate Halloween words, instead of regular numbers, on the BINGO board. This was a twist to the game and the residents really liked the "Brain Challenge".
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!
Project SAFE registration for the 2018/19 school year will begin on August 13th. Registration will be held at the board office (with Shelley McIntosh) from August 13th-17th from 8:00-4:00 pm. Online registrations forms will also be accepted from August 13-23rd. Please visit, click on DEPARTMENTS, then click on “registration forms.” Registration forms will be available at all elementary schools and the middle school during open house.
Project SAFE is currently accepting letters/emails of interest for several positions for elementary and middle school programming for before and after care. Available positions include youth leaders, head teachers and tutors. Applicants must be positive and passionate about working with children. Some positions at the elementary level will be conditional, based on the awarding of new grants.
Project SAFE students capped off their study of the thematic unit entitled "Inspire" by attending the production of Beauty and the Beast, at the Palace Theater, in Columbus, OH on February 23. The event was attended by over 300 students and their families from the Logan-Hocking School District. All proceeds from the play were donated to Nationwide Children’s Hospital. For more information about Project SAFE, please click this link: or you may contact Shelley McIntos...
Over 500 Project SAFE students and their families attended an NHL Blue Jackets hockey game on January 8, 2018 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH. Families enjoyed the game, which went into over time and provided a thrilling shoot out at the end, resulting in a 3-2 win for the Blue Jacket fans. For several families, this was their first hockey game and many indicated this was a family favorite. For more information about Project SAFE,
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