The Logan Education Association (LEA) sponsored a Right to Read contest at Logan-Hocking Middle School. Each time students read a book during the months of February and March, they filled out a ticket and placed it in a grade level box. Two students from each grade won a $20 Walmart gift card for a total of eight gift cards.
Hocking Hills Elementary conducted its annual spring concert on Wednesday, March 25th. Kindergarden and First Grade performed the following songs: I've Got a Song in My Tummy, The Cat Came Back, Peanut Butter Jelly, I love Peanuts, and Down By the Bay. The program concluded with students dancing to the song Walk the Dinosaur.
Due to excessive calamity days in the Logan Hocking School District, students will be making up missed days as follows: MS & HS will be in session Friday, March 27th & Monday, March 30th. Elementary will be in session Friday, March 27th, Monday, March 30th and Tuesday, March 31st.
The 7th Grade Reality Day is an educational and fun day when students get to be “adults” for a day. The day begins with each student selecting a career from a chart based upon a student’s individual school Grade Point Average (GPA). The career is allotted a monthly salary that students must use to pay their bills, such as housing, transportation, groceries, daycare, and to buy any extras….if they have money left over!!
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The following board members for Logan-Hocking Local School District, and Tri-County Career Center, were recognized at the Ohio School Boards Association's Southeast Region Spring Conference. Ed Penrod, LHSD BOE & Tri-County Board Member, received the Veteran Board Member Recognition, and Award of Achievement Recognition.
The Middle Years Parent Resource Newsletter for March 2015 is available by clicking on the link:
Bailey Simons presented her winning project from the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) at the Board of Education Meeting on Monday, March 16th.
On Thursday, March 26th, Logan middle and high school students will be entertained with performances by Attaboy Band. The band is currently on their You Choose Tour which, through music, influences and encourages young adults.
The Logan High School Junior/Senior Prom will be held on Saturday, April 25th at 7:00 p.m. at Logan High School. The theme for the 2015 Junior/Senior Prom is A Roaring Night in NYC. Decorations will highlight an urban cityscape with a contemporary take on the roaring twenties. Highlights of this year's prom include a new DJ and an option to have a buffet dinner at the Urban Grille (formerly the Brass Ring).
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