This bulletin board, Thankful for Good Books, can be found in the library at Chieftain Elementary. Each feather has a title of a student's or staff member's favorite book written on it.
On November 25th, Hocking Hills Elementary staff and students welcomed Ronald McDonald to their building. Ronald provided an assembly that was not only fun, but also educational. The assembly was provided for students in grades K-2. The title of the assembly was "Book Time". The assembly demonstrated to students how much fun reading can be and how reading can lead to fun adventures.
On Nov. 20th, Hocking Hills Elementary conducted its annual Family Literacy Night. This years theme was "Night at the Library". Each class adopted an author to study. During Family Literacy Night students were able to travel from classroom to classroom to participate in different activities. Also, students were able to complete a scavenger hunt.
The Logan-Hocking Middle School eighth grade drama class will perform Twinderella. Opening night for families and community members will be December 3rd at 6:30 p.m. in the LHMS Theater. Donations will be taken at the door.
Students at Logan Hocking Middle School are participating in a community service project. Warmth For Winter Campaign December 2nd - December 12th Our goal is to donate Warmth for Winter items to our local homeless shelter. Donation Items: Grades 5 and 6 - Warm Socks Grades 7 and 8 - Hats and Mittens We need adult and child size items. Additional Donations: Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, and Deodorant. Students will be stuffing the Socks, Hats, and Mittens with toothpaste, a toothbrush and deodorant.
Green Elementary recently held their 3rd annual Student for a Day event. Student for a Day is an opportunity for parents to come to the school and find out what learning is like for their child first hand by shadowing their student for part of their day.
Central Elementary students were recognized for "Citizen of the Month" at our November PTO meeting where they received a certificate, metal and a coupon for a treat that was donated by a community business.
A student representing Logan High School recently won high honors in this year's WordWright Challenge, a competition for American high school students requiring close reading and analysis of many different kinds of prose and poetry.
The Ohio House Bill 487 established new requirements for earning a high school diploma in Ohio. The new graduation requirements take effect with the class of 2018. These are students who are entering ninth grade for the first time in the 2014-2015 school year.
Ms. Moncrief’s fourth grade Talented and Gifted class walked over to Logan-Hocking Middle School on November 18th to watch Ms. Hayden’s eighth grade Talented and Gifted English class perform its rendition of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The eighth grade students summarized Acts I, II, III, and IV through the use of narrators and pantomime. Students acted out Act V, along with a flash mob dance scene.
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