It has now been a couple weeks since many of the teachers have seen you. I am hearing great things about the communication between you and the teachers. The teachers really do miss seeing you every day. I created a YouTube video from them so that each of you can say hello to them.
I hope that everyone is staying healthy. I sent a call out on Friday afternoon with some information but wanted to follow up with an email with further information.
First, please have your child check their school email account. We want to ensure that teachers and students are about to communicate with one another and students and/or parents can ask teachers questions should they have any. We would like for students to be able to complete work online if they are able and ...
Dear LHMS Students:
Wow, what a week! We already miss seeing your smiling faces!! A lot is changing daily and it feels a bit overwhelming. We want to make sure that you are all doing well in this time of uncertainty and have the resources that you will need.
You are going to be away from school for a while, so it will be important to keep a routine while you are at home. The goal of canceling school is to create some distance between people, but that does not mean you have to close you...
Dear Logan-Hocking Families,
Below we have outlined an update concerning Educational Activities, A Connectivity Survey, Food Pick-up/ Delivery, and Voting.
Educational Activities: Below is a link to Educational Activities that students can work on this week and throughout this closure. More detailed plans are being developed concerning how education will proceed throughout this closure. Leadership Teams are working diligently to produce online instruction along with paper materials to ensu...
For the month of March, The Maya Burrito Gallery will be featuring the work of 8th grade student Avery Cook-Porter. An 8th grade student at Logan-Hocking Middle School, Avery is 13 years old and was a student in Mrs. Lehmanís Honors Art Class Fall Semester. Although she enjoys working in different art mediums, her favorite ones to use are watercolor, pencil, and colored pencil. Come out to Maya and see this wonderful display of student artwork!
The Maya Burrito Gallery is located at 12 E....
LHMS 7th grade students enjoyed a visit from guest speaker Alex Lomong on Wednesday March 4th. Alex is the younger brother of U.S. Olympian and former Sudanese Lost Boy refugee, Lopez Lomong. During their novel study of A Long Walk to Water, the 7th grade students also read an excerpt from Lopez Lomong's book, Running for My Life: One Lost Boy's Journey from the Killing Fields of Sudan to the Olympic Games. Alex, who was born in Sudan and spent his younger years in Kenya, shared stories with the...
The Bowen House will be packed with color, texture, and much more excitement for the first of the Logan-Hocking School Districtís annual Spring student art exhibits, SEEDLINGS! This year marks the 18th consecutive year for the oldest of the Logan-Hocking Middle Schoolís art exhibits and once again will prove to be a wonderful collection of painting, drawing, print, collage, mixed media, sculpture, ceramic, textile, and other works of art.
The visual arts team of Mrs. Hacker, Mrs. Lehman, an...
The Logan Middle School MathCounts team traveled to Ohio University on Saturday, February 22nd, for the regional MathCounts competition. The team members include: Zach Aldridge, Isaiah Bookman, Campbell Kernen, Blayke Nutter, Nathan Simms, Logan Keck, Jonah McAfee, and Isabelle Stowe. Colton Hamilton and Avery Moore were unable to be at the competition but are members of the team. There were 7 different schools represented at the competitive comprised of about 53 individual Mathletes. The com...
Right to Read T-Shirts are on sale at the Logan-Hocking Middle School, $5 each from YS to AXL. 2X and 3X are $8. All shirts are black. If you are interested in ordering please let Mrs. Wendy know by this Thursday, February 27th. You may email, email@example.com or call 740-385-8764, ext 12020. They will be delivered to Mrs. Wendy at the Middle School on Wednesday, March 4th.
During the most recent Pep Assembly, the Atomic Credit Union brought their Cash Reactor to LHMS. Any student member of the credit union had an opportunity to win cash in the Cash Reactor. 3 student names were drawn and each of those students got 30 seconds in the machine to catch as much cash as they could. The 3 student winners are listed below and the money was deposited in their student accounts.
Kevin Meeks -$16
Jaida Hartley - $29
Sophia Hemsworth - $21
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