Students in Mrs. Shonborn's technology classes, in the intermediate grades, recently created posters for an internet safety contest. The computer designed images were created by students at Green, Hocking Hills and Union Furnace elementary schools to explain to others how to be safe when using the internet.
Weather Plans - including Plan A limited busing routes, delay start times, and early release times. School Emergency Notifications - information about our automated calling systems and signing up for text message alerts via Twitter.
Green Elementary recently held their annual Dress Your Best luncheon. On this special day, students and staff were invited to dress up and enjoy a a fine dining experience with tablecloths, centerpieces, silverware and classical music. Everyone's favorite part was the decadent dessert supplied by our PTO for all staff and students. Student Council and the 4th grade Events Planning team helped with preparations for the event.
The Board recognized the 2015 Spelling Bee Champion Pictured: Christian Swart and Board President Kathy Krumlauf Unable to attend was runner-up - Zach Ratcliff The Board also recognized Kids Online Safety Contest Winners: Pictured is Olivia Rayburn and Board President Kathy Krumlauf Unable to attend were: Lucas Burns, Sophia Allen, Chloe Weaver and Chloe Ellison
Project SAFE held its second family night on Tuesday, January 20th, at Logan Middle School. The theme for the evening coordinated with the literacy topics of Fairy Tales and Magic which students are studying during before and after care.
A student representing Logan High School recently won high honors in this year's WordWright Challange, a competition for American high school students requiring close reading and analysis of many different kinds of prose and poetry.
School is closed, but right now the LHSD Board Meeting is still on for tonight @ 6pm. Any Green Elementary Student Council or Leadership students who can safely make it to the meeting are still welcome to attend at 5:45pm. If you have any questions email Mrs. Osburn at
Central Elementary hosted A NIGHT of P.A.R.C.C. for third grade parents and families. All who participated had the opportunity to learn what is expected of their students on the new state PARCC assessments.
LOCAL CEOs SHARE TIPS WITH TEEN CEOs Young Entrepreneurs from Logan-Hocking Learn from those at the Top The public is invited to attend the YEA! CEO Roundtable on January 22nd. The CEO Roundtable is an exciting event that features local CEOs discussing their roles, companies, and backgrounds, offering helpful business and networking advice to future student CEOs in the YEA! program. The following local CEOs will be featured at this year’s event.
The Middle Years Parent Resource Newsletter for January 2015 is available by clicking on the link:
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