Green Elementary recently held their annual spring Family Night. The event theme was A Night at the Museum which centered around art and literacy. Nearly 300 guests participated in the evening which included the opportunities to create art in the style of of several modern artists- Mondrian, Calder, Chihuly, Picasso and more- and to learn about the artists and their history. Students also made edible cupcake masterpieces to enjoy as a snack and had the chance to take their picture as The Scream ...
Our school hosted their 3rd Annual Leadership Day where we welcome community members, LHSD representatives and staff from other school districts to view our Leader in Me process. 30 guests participated in the event which included a 7 Habits overview, classroom visits, school tour, a job fair, club sharing and Leadership Notebook review. The majority of the presentations were student led giving students an opportunity to showcase their leadership skills.As a final send off to guests, the whole sc...
Our annual Spring Music Program was held at Logan High School. Students in grades K-4 were invited to perform fun songs related to the theme of transportation in front of a packed house! The evening ended with the whole school coming on stage to sing our 2016-17 school anthem, Just Like Fire. Thanks to Mrs. Short for organizing this wonderful show.
To continue our February theme of kindness, the Student Lighthouse Team organized a collection of dish soap, hand soap and laundry detergent for the Hocking County Inspire Shelter. The team set a goal of collecting 100 bottles and actually surpassed their goal by collecting 129! The students shared that they are very excited to assist the shelter that helps homeless people in our community. Thank you to all who donated items to this student led community service project!
Green Elementary held their annual Dress Your Best luncheon on Valentine's Day with the theme Lead with Your Heart. The Student Lighthouse Team, under the guidance of Mrs. Swope and Mrs. Hill, organized the event and planned the table decorations, while the student Events Planning team prepared the silverware packages for all those dining. The students and staff enjoyed a relaxed lunch with classical music and dessert for all provided by our generous PTO. Each year, our school looks forward to t...
Devon Seal talked to the second grade students about what it means to be an engineer and the types of engineers. Students got to listen to a book about engineering and solve some design problems before making some paper airplanes. Students will be participating in a coloring contest with other students in Ohio.
Green Elementary recently held their first Dapper Dudes Workshop which gave boys in preschool through fourth grade the chance to pick out a tie and learn how to tie it with some volunteers from our community in preparation for our Dress Your Best Luncheon which will held on February 14th. Nearly 80 students were grouped with almost 30 volunteers to learn the proper way to tie a tie and to make some connections. The students were excited for the opportunity and took pride in selecting their tie a...
Ohio author, Michelle Houts, recently visited Green Elementary to share her love of reading and writing with our school. During her presentations, she shared her inspirations for writing, the books she has authored and the process of getting a book published. Her latest book, Grandma Gatewood Took a Hike, was especially popular with our students given its connection to the Hocking Hills. During her stay, Mrs. Houts also personalized books purchased by students and met with the News & Technology ...
The top sellers from our fall fundraiser earned their limo ride prize! Students enjoyed the opportunity to relax in a stretch limo while having a snack and taking a tour of Logan. Everyone's favorite part was the sparkling color-changing lights that covered the interior!
A new lunchtime program has recently started at Green. Each Thursday, two students from each K-4 class are invited to a Leader Lunch with the principal. This is a chance for Mrs. Osburn to connect with students to talk about their ideas for the school and to share highlights from their Leadership Notebooks. This will continue throughout the rest of the year so that all students will have the chance participate. The students have taken a great deal of pride and ownership in sharing their notebook...
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