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Logan High School presents Almost, Maine by John Cariani, music by Julian Fleisher Sunday, February 11, 2018, 3:00pm Logan High School Theatre
Students in Mrs. Maggie Mace's preschool class had the opportunity to discuss how animals in nature will look for food in the winter. The class also took action to create feeders that were then placed on the playground to help provide a snack for hungry critters. Students wrote about and drew pictures of the animals they hope will come eat from their feeders and have been making observations to see how long their feeders will last. Preschool was so excited with their work!
On Jan. 8th, the American Red Cross issued a nationwide appeal for blood. As of last Friday, 6,500 units of blood went uncollected, due to winter weather cancellations. Literally they are sending the blood out to the hospitals as quickly as they bring it in. Logan High School will be having a blood drive in the LHS auxiliary on January 26th. You can sign up during lunch periods, or go to the website below and put in 43138, Logan zip code. https://www.redcrossblood.org/centralohio
The Logan-Hocking Middle School Spelling Bee was held on Thursday, January 18th in the LHMS Theater. 36 Spellers competed to become the middle school's top speller. Mira Burns, 6th grader at LHMS, claimed the rights to be top speller by her correct spelling of ichthyosaurus. Runners-up were 8th grade students Rachel Rayburn and Owen Angle. Mira has the opportunity to compete in the regional spelling bee at Ohio University in Athens for her chance to move on to the National Spelling Bee in Wa...
Join us for the second annual RCIF Co-Ed Volleyball tournament on April 28th. Proceeds support RCIF (Rocky Community Improvement Fund) and the Chieftain Center. NEW...Registration is open to high school age participants this year.
Students at Central Elementary in Mrs. Rice's math cluster studied measurement. Students practiced using non-standard and standard units.
First Graders are becoming spelling pattern masters! The students in Mrs. Collins first grade class work hard each week to learn new spelling patterns based on the Words Their Way Series. Students work independently and with a partner to practice word sorts each week.
The Cheer Clinic hosted by the LHS Cheerleaders will go on as scheduled on Sunday, January 21 at 12:30.
All LHSD activities have been cancelled for Wednesday, January 17th. Optional practices can be scheduled after 12:00PM/Noon.
Logan High School is offering a College Credit Plus (CCP) Parent/Student Information Meeting to provide information and guidance about Ohio’s College Credit Plus program. This year’s annual meeting will be held Thursday, January 25th at 6:00pm in Logan High School Cafeteria. This meeting will feature representatives from Hocking College and Ohio University and will primarily be focused on students and families who are intending to take coursework on a college campus as a high school student. H...
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