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Central Elementary School is committed to recognizing students who meet the criteria of our RESPECT motto, being Responsible, Educated, Safe, Proud, Encouraging, Considerate, and Tolerant. Each month we celebrate “OUTSTANDING” students that we have recognized in our building and at our PTO meeting.
Join Chieftain PTO for our monthly meeting and Chinese auction on Thursday, December 8 at 6:00p.m. We have gift certificates to Millstone, McDonald's, Hocking Hills Adventure, massages, OU basketball, Logan High School basketball, COSI, Rocky and Durango camo boots and apparel and much, much more. Tickets are $5/25 and you must be present to win. Click the link to view the flyer...
Join the LHS Choirs for their second annual Winter Festival on Sunday, December 11 at 3:30pm in the LHS Theater! Enjoy selections performed by the Women's Chorus, Men's Chorus, Assembly Singers, Symphonic Choir, Chamber Singers, and Hilltop Singers; and accompanied by piano and string quartet.
Central third graders visited the Bowen House on Dec. 7th to see the variety of Christmas Trees that are set up there. Students enjoyed seeing the Bicentennial Tree for Logan's 200th birthday and the Arctic Tree from Central Elementary.
Second grade students at Central Elementary collected cookies, mints, etc. to show the police officers how thankful we are that they keep us safe.
Mrs. Collins First Grade Class is traveling the world!! Throughout the month of December first grade students will be learning about how Christmas is celebrated around the world.
Preschool students at Central Elementary, in Mrs. Todd's class came together to put on a presentation and prepared a meal for their families. Our young friends remembered their lines for the play and song. Students also demonstrated manners at the table, and a great time was had by all.
Fourth grade students at Central Elementary are exploring cause and effect. Students began by recording in their Reader's and Writer's Notebooks key details about cause and effect. Afterward, the teacher read part of Stellaluna as students identified cause and effect in the story as a whole class. Students worked diligently while reading a passage and identifying cause and effect in a story. We have become great readers.
Sixth Grade students and parents enjoyed breakfast and visited the Book Fair this morning. Thank you for supporting our school and your children. Great morning!
The Vocal Music Department at Logan-Hocking Middle School will present it’s annual Winter Concert Series during the month of December. This school year, the department boasts 165 singers across 5 different ensembles—including the LHMS Choraliers, a 24 member show choir consisting of choral and band students.
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