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.
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.
The Logan High School YPAR team (Youth Participatory Action Research) met for a second time at the Fawcett Center at Ohio State University on November 15th.
Students in Building Bridges have been working hard to surprise students and staff with a special message this week. They wrote messages on pencils and handed them out to students as they came to school today. They wrote messages to staff on coffee cups and provided them with a coffee, hot chocolate, and tea bar along with many sweet treats.
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.
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: https://lightroom.adobe.com/shares/a851d3d883c7440d9f25b21a9d25c28b
Students in the theater program under the direction of Shelly Riggs presented at the OSBA Student Achievement Fair. Students attending were Trinity Cade, Sara Webb, Peyton Wallace, and Jaiden Pippen.
Liberti Allberry was awarded a $5 Wendy’s Boo gift card for October's perfect attendance at Logan High School Student Run Bank.
On Wednesday, November 9, Logan High School made its mark on the Ohio Capital Conference league through its annual Honor Choir, held at Capital University under the direction of Dr. Lynda Hasseler.
Dear LHSD families, American Education Week is observed each year during the week prior to Thanksgiving to celebrate our public school community. In addition, it's World Kindness Week, which is a timely reminder of the importance of respecting, supporting and encouraging our fellow students, staff members, friends and neighbors. This school year, our theme has been amplifying kindness and respect within each of our buildings. With the guidance of their parents, guardians and district staff...
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