The Logan High School Marching Chieftains performed at the recent Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) Capital Conference in Columbus. The band was invited to perform by Ed Penrod, President of OSBA. Mr. Penrod is a member of the Logan-Hocking Local Board of Education and Tri-County Career Center Board of Education. He presided over the 60th Annual OSBA Capital Conference.
There will be a chinese auction on Saturday, December 5th, at the Hocking County Fairgrounds Youth Building. Doors will open at 5:30pm and the drawing will start at 7pm. There will be toys, crafts, glassware, a grocery basket, local business certificates, and much much more.
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Logan High School sophomore student, Emily Dennis, was the winner for grades 9 and 10 of the American Education Week contest sponsored by the Logan Education Association Hall of Fame Committee. Dennis wrote an essay about the wonderful learning facility at Logan High School, the helpful teaching staff, and the variety of activities offered. Dennis is a student in Mrs. Kellie Hayden's English class. She won a $20 prize for her winning essay.
The Logan-Hocking Local Board of Education recognized Jim Huntsberger for being inducted into the Fastpitch Coaches Hall of Fame at its November Board Meeting.
The 2015 Logan High School Aerial (yearbooks) can be picked up at the high school for those students who have graduated or Tri-County students. Current students will receive their yearbooks during the day or may pick them up in Room 202. There is a very limited supply of extra yearbooks and are $70.
To the Parents and Guardians of the Logan-Hocking School District, 2nd Quarter Interim The second quarter Interim Report is now available on the Infinite Campus Portal.
Mrs. Fitch's Advanced Health class at Logan High School has been learning about nutrition. Students were given the names of some uncommon foods not usually consumed by many young students and adolescents. They were asked to research the food to learn the valuable nutrients (vitamins/minerals) found in each, some history of the food, some fun facts, and some yummy nutritious recipes.
Tessa Luicart won the 7th/8th grade division of the American Education Week contest sponsored by the Logan Education Association Hall of Fame committee. The requirement was to present an essay or artistic display on the theme "What my public education means to me." Tessa made the artistic display in Mrs. Hacker's 7th Grade Art class. Congratulations Tessa!
Green Elementary student, Emily Olejniczak, was the winner for the LEA American Education Week Essay Contest in the 3rd and 4th grade category. Emily's essay highlighted the things she likes about our school and the importance of a public school education. She is a third grade student in Mrs. Shonborn's class. Way to go, Emily!
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