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K-4 students at Green Elementary have been building their Leadership Notebooks. These notebooks contain school, class and personal mission statements, we well as, student data related to student achievement (academics, behavior and attendance). In addition, students have sections where they can keep track of their leadership positions in the school and classrooms and their "victories"- things that they are particularly proud of like CEO Certificates, Lexia Certificates, 9 Week Awards and outstan...
Union Furnace Elementary will be holding their annual Fall Carnival and Chinese Auction on Saturday, October 1st. Doors open at noon and carnival games will be from 12pm to 2:30pm. Calling for the Chinese Auction will start promptly at 3pm. There will be face painting, 50/50 drawing, themed baskets, raffles, a lottery tree and home cooked food. Make sure to check our special vacation raffles that are new this year. Please come and join the fun and help support Union Furnace Elementary S...
Power has been restored at Hocking Hills Elementary.
The Annual Fall Festival of Bands will be held this Saturday, Oct. 1st, 6pm at the Logan Chieftain Stadium. The evening features eleven marching bands. Admission is $5, ages 5 and under free. Concessions will be open.
Interim Grades for 1st Quarter are now posted in Infinite Campus for access via Campus Portal.
Logan-Hocking Middle School Picture Re-Take Day is Thursday, October 6th. Picture packets are available in the main office if you wish to reorder pictures. If you have previously purchased pictures and would like them to be retaken, please return your original packet. If you were absent during the original picture day, you may have your picture taken this day also. If you choose to order pictures online, please visit MyLifetouch.com and enter Picture ID# ZR566894Q1
The Logan-Hocking Local Board of Education and Superintendent Monte Bainter recognized the staff at Green Elementary at the Board of Education Meeting on September 26th, for being honored by the Ohio Department of Education with a 2015 Momentum Award.
The Logan-Hocking Local Board of Education and Superintendent Monte Bainter recognized Kristi Brooks and Cindy Cook with the District's newly established Parent Power Award at their regular Board of Education Meeting on September 26th.
Students in Grades 5 and 6 are showing off their Attendance Wildly Important Goal. Our goal is to have 95% or higher attendance each week.
In Mrs. Stimmel's class we have been exploring books and using pictures to retell the stories. Last week we read the story The Little Red Hen. Students used character masks to retell the story and we also made our own bread, just like the Little Red Hen!
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