Central Elementary
New for 2014-15: Parents- take a look at the changes to the Medication Policy. A complete list of available medical supplies, along with information regarding prescription and over the counter medication can be found under the "Documents" link to the right.

Check out the important information under the Documents section.

Check out the Text Reminders section (Remind 101) under Documents to see how to sign up for text reminders concerning school news!
Central Elementary School recently had a Penny War to help support the Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter. The Inspire Shelter is a community based, non-profit organization that is 100% funded by donations. The money is used to help fight hunger, poverty, and homelessness in the Hocking County Community.
The 3rd & 4th grade students at Central Elementary performed their Spring Music Program on Tuesday, May 19th, under the direction of music instructor, Dawn Cisco. The students sang about our 44 presidents of the United States, using familiar melodies set to new lyrics with facts about many of our presidents in between the songs. They had an outstanding performance with many wonderful solos and speakers!
Central Elementary had a great time at Field Day on Thursday, May 21st. The Physical Education teacher, Andrew Perry, put on a fantastic show. Students at every grade level participated in outdoor physical activities throughout the day! Sixteen Logan High School students came and ran events for all of our students. Everyone enjoyed the activities, and fun was had by all!
The 1st & 2nd grade students at Central Elementary performed their Spring Music Program on Tuesday, May 12th, under the direction of music instructor, Dawn Cisco. The students sang about 10 famous composers, using familiar melodies, set to new lyrics with facts about each composer in between the songs. Many students had solos or speaking parts, and all the students did an outstanding job!
REPECT is the name of the game at CENTRAL Elementary! Our students work hard following the respect rules. They understand that leaders are made from students who are role models to others.
The Central Elementary PTO recently conducted its meeting for the month of April. During this meeting students were honored for being "STUDENT OF THE MONTH" for March. These students did an outstanding job following the school's "RESPECT" rules. Students show respect by using manners, doing their best, being honest, and following directions. Students were awarded a certificate and a medal.
Central Elementary recently held a fundraiser to raise money to be used to support the Student Incentive Programs such as Accelerated Reader (AR) Program, Respect prizes, Activity Day supplies, and other various rewards.
Pre- School students at Central Elementary studied the weather then read non-fiction books about the sun. The books gave basic information about the sun being the center of our solar system. Our pre-school classes did a study on space, and the students were very interested in learning more. To create the planetarium, students researched each planet. They read about the atmosphere and surface of each planet. Then they used recycled plastic from the laminator and painted it to look like the description of each planet. Using black painter's plastic and a roll of duct tape, the students made a tube. They taped the planets over the holes in the order that they reside in the solar system. Next they used toothpicks to create star constellations. The class used two box fans to inflate the tube, then it was ready to crawl into and explore. The students really enjoyed getting to experience "space" up close!
We are proud of the students at Central Elementary. Students are recognized for being a Citizen of the Month for being a role model in the building and understanding that the “R.E.S.P.E.C.T.” rules help everyone learn. These students show others what it takes to be good LEARNERS and LEADERS.
Central Elementary is proud to announce that the following students have been recognized as Citizens of the Month. They have been role models and understand, exemplify, and follow the Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (known as PBIS). Central works with “RESPECT” rules that helps everyone learn. These students show others what it takes to be leaders.
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Address
Central Elementary
445 N. Market St.
Logan, OH 43138


Phone Numbers
Phone: 740.380.4664
Fax: 740.422.9957

School Hours
8:40 AM - 3:20 PM

Principal
Lisa Van Horn