All Logan-Hocking Schools will release 2 hours early on Wednesday, November 23rd and be on Thanksgiving Break November 24th through the 28. All students will return to school on Tuesday, November 29th. Enjoy the Holiday.
On Wednesday, November 16th the Logan In Bloom Committee presented a check for $1500.00 to John McClain and the students for the LHS Music Program who helped create the winning video "GROW" for Logan In Bloom YouTube People's Choice Award.
See attachment for LHS November News.
Monday and Tuesday, eighth grade students at LHMS are participating in a final Mock Trial Competition, taking on various roles to defend or prosecute Warden Walker, a character based on the movie Holes. Students have spent the month of November analyzing the case and building their arguments to present during competition. All together everyone has done a fantastic job.
The Chief Logan FFA Novice Parl Pro team placed 4th in District 10 last Friday. The team consisted of President - Saylor Ricketts, - Vice President - Makenzie Muncie, Secretary - Brooklyn Sycks, Treasurer - Evie Hacker, Reporter - Jackie Klump, Sentinel - Ava Smith, Student Advisor - Natalia Fernandes, and member - Andy Sheets.
Safety Drill at Logan High School Monday, November 21. A primary objective of the Logan-Hocking School District is to provide a safe environment where all students are provided with the best opportunities for learning success.
The Logan-Hocking School District is currently seeking local community members to volunteer as mentors for high school Juniors seeking to embark on an exploration of career fields that they have an interest in pursuing.
In celebrating National Rural Health Day, Logan High School and Hocking Valley Community Hospital provided a healthcare career expo to highlight careers, skills, education, trades, and jobs associated with the healthcare profession.
Green Elementary held their annual Veterans Day celebration on Nov 9th. The event was organized by the Student Lighthouse Team and included visits from the LHS Choir, LHS Cadet Corp, Hocking County Color Guard and numerous veterans from our school community. It was a wonderful way to remember those who served our country. Photos from the event can be found here:
On Monday, November 14th, Mr. Monte Bainter, Superintendent and Board Members Betty Amnah and Cathy Holloway attended Ohio School Board Association's Capital Conference. Logan-Hocking School District Students were represented in the Student Achievement Fair.
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