Available now, is this month's family newsletter, Parents Still Make the Difference. Click here to view the Middle School February Newsletter.
Congratulations to Avery Hutchison for her perfect attendance at the Student Run Credit Union for the month of December. She received a prize of a free frosty a month for 2023.
Available now, is this month's family newsletter, Parents Still Make the Difference. Click here to view the Middle School January Newsletter.
In preparation for the "In Times of War unit", Sergeant Thomas McLaughlin of the Army National Guard in Columbus came and spoke to 8th grade ELA classes about conflict management, effective listening, and resiliency from the perspective of the military. These foundational concepts show students how conflicts begin from similar places whether they are individual or international. Sergeant McLaughin is a 2012 Nelsonville-York graduate and was deployed in Kuwait and Iraq from 2019-2020. He now work...
The Logan-Hocking Middle School Spelling Bee was held on Tuesday, January 10th in the LHMS Theater. 30 spellers competed to be named the LHMS Spelling Bee Champion. The spelling bee went over 20 rounds to name a spelling bee champion. The 3rd place participate was 6th grade student, Amillia Pickrell, Runner up was 6th grade student, Brooke Perry, and the 2023 Spelling Bee Champion is 7th grade student, Lydia Moss. Lydia correctly spelled the championship word, illimitable to be named the cha...
Mrs. Shaw’s Transitions and Careers 8th Grade class worked together for residents at a local nursing home. During this holiday season, FCCLA members wanted to send some holiday cheer to our community senior citizens by making 125 Holiday Greeting Cards. Congratulations to William, Olivia and Madeline Hunt for their Outstanding Community Project. The Hunt family made a wooden bench and donated it to the Hocking Hills Welcome Center. Also, to Grant Cullison and Owen Sammons for volunteering o...
The LHMS Candy Bar Sale has concluded and students sold over 30,000 candy bars. This fundraising project raises funds for the LHMS PTO each year. Top sellers from each grade level are awarded cash prizes for their efforts. The 12 top sellers sold 6,830 candy bars. Top 5th grade sellers were Emilee Michel, Brandon Boals, and Clayton Thomas. Top 6th Grade sellers were Deacon Micochero, Rylee Stephenson, and Lauren Coakley. Top 7th grade sellers were Alexis Hardman, Brighton Bowsher, and Mile...
Connor Davis is a 6th grade student here at LHMS.  Prior to Thanksgiving, Connor collapsed at the Logan Chieftain Center due to cardiac arrest.  Thanks to the quick action of bystanders and the Logan Chieftain Center staff, Connor was able to be resuscitated.  Connor was taken to Nationwide Children's Hospital and was in ICU for several days.  Connor now has a defibrillator placed in his chest and his life is forever changed.  T-Shirts have been designed to help raise some funds for the fa...
Behind all those Student Council members is a very nice stack of canned goods donated by the seventh and eighth grade students. Last Friday, December 3rd, was the Student Council 7th and 8th grade dance, "A December to Remember". The Student Council decided that instead of collecting money to enter the dance that we would collect canned goods. Admission to the dance was two cans of food or $3.00. Many students brought canned goods but there was also $234 collected at the door. The Stude...
The LHMS Student Council is sponsoring a dress up theme for the week of December 12th-16th. The theme days are as follows: Monday - Dress in your Christmas Attire(Christmas tie, shirt, vest, scarf, necklace, earrings, socks, red, green, etc) Tuesday - Christmas Hat Day(Santa vs Frosty - Wear a Santa or Top Hat) Wednesday - Dress Your Best for Dinner Thursday - Ugly Sweater Day Friday - Wear your Christmas Pajamas
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