The Logan-Hocking Middle School Spelling Bee was held on Tuesday, January 15th in the LHMS Theater. 32 Spellers competed to become the middle school's top speller. Mira Burns, 7th grader at LHMS, claimed the rights to be top speller by her correct spelling of espionage. Runners-up were 2nd Place, 5th Grader Avery Moore and 3rd Place, 7th Grader Naia Salas. Mira has the opportunity to compete in the regional spelling bee at Ohio University in Athens for her chance to move on to the National Spell...
The LHMS Drama students under the direction of Mrs. Julie Baron presented Fairy Tale Misfits to their parents and peers. On Thursday, December 6th the students performed for their parents and guests. On Friday, December 7th the students performed 2 matinees for their peers. The play was a comedy about some of the not so famous fairy tale characters that didn't make the more popular fairy tales. The audience was introduced to the 4th little pig, the 8th dwarf, and the sleepless beauty to name...
On Saturday, December 1st, LHMS Student Council members met at the Southeastern Ohio food bank from 9a-12p. Our group focused on preparing over 300 kid packs to be distributed to children in need of food on the weekends. Students also toured the facility and learned about what the food bank does. The students worked very hard, had fun and represented LHMS well.
2018 Pack the Pantry
Middle School Grade Levels 5 - 8
SHOCKwave Pantry Competition
S.H.O.C.K - Students Helping Other Chieftain Kids
Who: 5th grade Shockwave Pantry Team
Why: Our SHOCKwave/Food Pantry is in need of restocking to help our Chieftain kids!
When: November 27 - December 7
Suggested Items for Donations:
New hygiene items (soaps, toothbrushes/toothpaste, floss, deodorant, chapstick, etc.)
Gently used clothing
Coats, hats, gloves
Gently used shoes
"Dude, Be Kind!" Week included World Kindness Day, which falls every November 13, and is another initiative to make the world a better place by celebrating good deeds and pledging acts of kindness. While it must be made clear, DBK week is pro-positive behavior, some of the schools in the district still recognized that the week also overlapped Anti-bullying Week, so important connections were made in various activities.
Hey, Middle Schoolers! FREE MOVIE NIGHT!
WHERE: LOGAN MIDDLE SCHOOL
WHEN: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH
TIME: 5:30-8:30 pm
WHO: MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS (ONLY) AND ADULT
(must have an adult present to watch movie)
The movie, To Save A Life, is PG-13.
Disclaimer: This movie has scenes of suicide, cutting, teen pregnancy, and drinking. It is also faith based.
Concessions Available, with funds being donated to the LMS Drama Club.
Family, Career, Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) learned about new career exploration opportunities through their FCCLA Working on Working Power of One Program. FCCLA members participated in one of following; job shadowing, invited community guest speakers to talk about their careers during Family and Consumer Science class, or researched their individual career.
FCCLA Working on Working Power of One is an individual event that helps students find and use their personal power. Members set t...
LHMS will hold the 2nd PTO meeting of the year on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 at 2:45pm in Room 143 at LHMS. Please plan to attend and get involved.
Each student has the POWER for fulfill their dreams. It only take one person to make that wish come true. That person is YOU! By joining Logan-Hocking Middle School FCCLA (Family, Career, Community Leaders of America), you can use your power, set goals, and join FCCLA Today!
Speak Out for FCCLA, an individual event, recognizes members for their ability to utilize marketing and public speaking skills to promote Family and Consumer Sciences and FCCLA membership through participation in the FCCL...
Picture Retake Day is Thursday, October 4th at Logan-Hocking Middle School. Student are able to get pictures taken for the first time if they missed the first picture day or can have pictures retaken if they bring back their original picture packet.