Central Elementary School’s third and fourth graders had a visit from WNBA Star Katie Smith on November 27th. Katie spoke to the students about having a passion for something in their life: whether it be animals, sports, school, etc.
Central Elementary wants to recognize the Student of the Month nominees for September. These students are role models at Central Elementary, they represent responsible citizens. They follow and lead the RESPECT model we follow in our school.
Kindergarten students in Mrs. Wilson's class made flags and practiced saying the Pledge Of Allegiance in honor of Patriot Day. We discussed what the flag looked like long ago and today. We also shared ways to be a good citizen. We are thankful for our flag and our country.
Rural Action volunteered with the third graders to support our learning about life science. Students created posters listing living, once alive and non-living things. Students also put living things into categories to facilitate their learning about classification.
Right to Read Week at Central Elementary! The students had a busy, fun-filled week participating in a variety of reading & writing nature activities, and focusing on ways they can make the world a better place. The best part of it all? Every student was given a day to become an explorer of nature, outside of the classroom!
While visiting a few classrooms at Central Elementary, one will see each teacher go in what seems like a million directions, instructing, listening, comforting, all with an envious sense of calm. They offer individual or small group guidance, while maintaining full classroom control, with steady interruptions by inquisitive minds.
More from LHSD Purple UP! Day! for Military Kids. Mrs. Stimmel's Preschool class, at Central Elementary, had fun celebrating our military kids & showing them support, by wearing purple. #MonthoftheMilitaryChild http://www.loganhocking.k12.oh.us/news.php?article=3805
Central Elementary wants to recognize the Student of the Month nominees for February and March. These students are role models at Central Elementary, they represent responsible citizens. They are the students who do the right thing because it is the right thing to do.
Central Elementary third grade teacher, Mrs. J'dean Vollmer, is very proud of her Vietnam Veteran father, Tom Gordon, who served as a medic in the Army in Vietnam. Teaching her students to honor veterans and understand the sacrifices they have made for our country is a passion of hers. Vollmer believes in providing learning opportunities, beyond standard classroom practices, with the hope her students will connect to the subject in a way they may not through a textbook.
Central Elementary School receives Ohio Department of Education High Progress School of Honor recognition. Thornville - Central Elementary School from the the Logan-Hocking Local School District in Logan was recognized at the Ohio School Boards Association's Southeast Region Spring Conference. The conference took place at Northern Local's Sheridan High School in Thornville on March 26.
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