On Tuesday, October 10th, Laurelville Fire Department conducted a fire safety presentation at Hocking Hills Elementary. We would like to thank Laurelville Fire Department for coming to our school to help educate our students on the importance of fire safety.
Hocking Hills Elementary would like to thank ODOT for allowing our students to paint their snow plows. Every student participated during Art Class.
Hocking Hills Elementary PTO held its October meeting last night. During this meeting, PTO recognized the "Students of the Month" for September. Students received a medal, a certificate, and an ice cream cone from Dairy Queen.
Hocking Hills Elementary has adopted a classroom that has been damaged by Hurricane Harvey. Attached is information on how you can help us collect supplies for Lyons Elementary in Houston, Texas.
On Thursday September 7th, the transportation department conducted a bus safety presentation for our Hocking Hills students. Students learned about bus safety and how to properly follow the bus driver's signals while getting on and off the bus. We would like to thank the transportation department for helping keep our students safe!
Hocking Hills Elementary PTO would like to invite you to a BACK TO SCHOOL POOL PARTY on Saturday, August 12th, 7pm-9pm, at the Logan City Pool. All Hocking Hills Elementary students, staff, and families are invited!
Hocking Hills 3rd graders traveled to Bishop Educational Gardens for their spring field trip. Students learned about recycling, a pond ecosystem, the forest habitat with tree identification, and tried their hand at archery.
Hocking Valley Community Hospital partners with Hocking Hills Elementary to share information about the hospital with monthly classroom lessons.
On Wednesday May 10th, Hocking Hills Elementary conducted Career Day. We greatly appreciate all of the people that came to our school to discuss their careers with our students.
On Thursday May 4th, Hocking Hills Elementary conducted its monthly PTO meeting. During this meeting "Students of the Month" were recognized.
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