Reading creates lifelong learning and exposure to many different aspects of life. At Central we believe in a culture of readers. Several of our students exceeded 200% of their Accelerated Reader goal, and earned a walking trip to downtown Logan for some frozen yogurt. They have done an outstanding job in our building-wide AR program.
Mr. Cort Forgrave is a new fifth grade science teacher at Logan Hocking Middle School. Forgrave is from Somerset, Ohio and graduated from Muskingum University with a degree in middle childhood education and a history minor. Both of his parents, as well as his grandparents, are or were teachers. “I was always around teaching, even at a young age.
Marsha Myers announced this week that November 3rd-7th will be Key Club International Week at Logan High School. The week is dedicated to the ideas of service and leadership that Key Club International exemplifies at Logan High School and within the community. During Key Club International Week, the Key Club of Logan High School will sponsor events each day in the high school leading up to their recruitment meeting on November 10th after school.
Boys Basketball Tryouts Grades 7 - 12 7th & 8th Grade Boys Friday, November 7th, 2:30-4:30 at Logan Middle School Saturday, November 8th, 10:30am - 12:30 at Logan High School Monday, November 10th, 2:30 - 4:30 at Logan Middle School *All players trying out must have a physical...
On October 22nd, the Columbus Zoo visited Hocking Hills Elementary. The Columbus Zoo brought different animals to the school for the students to see. Not only did students get to see different animals but they were able to learn interesting information about these animals. Hocking Hills Elementary would like to thank their PTO for providing this fun educational experience for our students.
On Friday October 24th, Hocking Hills Elementary provided a triple luncheon for students that tripled their AR goal. Pictured are the 1st grade students that were able to triple their AR goal. All students grades 1-4 that tripled their goal were rewarded with a triple luncheon.
The inaugural “Tackle Hunger Challenge,” spearheaded by the Logan High School Athletic Department, proved to be a huge success.
The staff at Union Furnace Elementary encourages students to follow the BEE EXPECTATIONS. So, what does this mean? It means that our students should BEE RESPECTFUL to everyone, BEE RESPONSIBLE in their actions, BEE FRIENDLY to others, BEE STRONG with their choices and BEE SAFE everywhere they go.
Grade 7 PRIDE Students for the 1st Academic Quarter are as follows: Daniel Capuzzi, Dreena Wiseman, Tyler Eshelman, Terra Conley, Chris Maley, Samantha Mustard, Joey Newton, Emma Myers, Carson Miller, Pamela Martinez, Isaak Starr, Emily McGreevy, Colt Allbery, Emmalee Wisecarver, Josh Chapin, Taylor Sammons. PRIDE is an acronym that stands for Positive, Respect, Integrity, Disciplined, and Engaged. Students are selected for incorporating PRIDE in all aspects of the building.
Gr. 8 PRIDE students for the 1st Academic Quarter are as follows: Elisha Sellards, Nick Pippin, Sophia Gadrim, Bobby Finney, Addy Rooker, Brennon Sharb, Sidni Harris, Bo Myers, Kayla Brown, Joseph Gillilan, Aleson Vickroy, Joel Cheadle, Terah Shoffner, Brant Lovas, Gwen Johnson, Brandon Johnson. PRIDE is an acronym that stands for Positive, Respect, Integrity, Disciplined, and Engaged. Students are selected for incorporating PRIDE in all aspects of the building.
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