Logan High School will be releasing early today, Wednesday, May 3rd beginning now, due to a suspicious object found in a bathroom. All students are safe and are being released via bus if they ride the bus. If they drive they are being released to dive home . Student pick up is being set up at the Chieftain Center. The investigation into this object is ongoing. More information will be released once we have it.
All activities (practices, banquets, games, performances, club meetings, community hours, etc.) have been canceled this afternoon/evening, Wednesday, May 3, 2023 across the Logan-Hocking School District. Additional details about rescheduling these events will be forthcoming.
At approximately 10:45 A.M. today, a group of students at Logan High School were holding a gathering inside the building to voice concerns about mental health. During that time, a suspicious object was found, the building was evacuated, and police immediately were called.  The object was made to look like an explosive device, and our safety protocols were initiated. It later was determined to be a fake, and at no time was there a risk to students, teachers or staff members. We appreciate the...
On Thursday, May 4th all High School students can pick up their belongings at the High School from 12:00pm - 2:00pm. Students need to report to the LHS office to sign in before returning to their classroom to retain their belongings. If students can't make it to the High School tomorrow their belongings will be in the classroom they were left in, and they will be able to pick up once they return to school. Counseling services will also be offered to students by grade level and last name. If you or your child needs someone to talk to please report to the HS at the time noted below.
Class of 2023 themes, see attachment.
These projects are from the LHS Performing Arts Primer class, taught by Mrs. Riggs. Students studied the area of Props Design, which are the objects in a play that the actors handle or carry or use.
Logan-Hocking Middle School Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) won 3 Chapter State Awards and 10 Individual Power-of-One National Recognition Awards. The first state chapter award received was the Go For the Red Gold Award. This award was recognized for having over 200 active 8th grade FCCLA members who have been active in our local FCCLA meetings, leadership training, food truck fundraisers, job shadowing experience, and community service-learning opportunities. We w...
Monday, May 1, 2023, is Ohio’s School Bus Driver Appreciation Day. We would like to say THANK YOU to our local bus drivers for the outstanding work they do every day in safely transporting our students to and from school and special events!
On Monday, April 24th the Logan-Hocking Local Board of Education recognized students and community members. 
Students in Drug Free Clubs of America enjoyed coffee from OASIS and a variety of treats. The DFCA group has grown to include 174 students at Logan High School. Their commitment to be Drug-Free earns them a monthly treat, free parking pass, free admission to some school events and discounts at area businesses.
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