On Behalf of the Logan-Hocking Local Board of Education and the Logan-Hocking Local School District, I would like to invite you to a historic event.
A new 70’ flagpole, 15’ by 25’ flag and Prisoner of War/Missing in Action chair dedication ceremony will be held on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27, 2019 at 8:30 am at Logan High School Chieftain Stadium (the football stadium). This will be a once in a lifetime ceremony where we dedicate the new flagpole (doubled in size) and the memorial chair and plaque for our POWs/MIAs at the Veterans’ Wall.
Logan-Hocking Middle School 7th grade math teachers, Kelly Wolfe, Stacey Ballenger, Bobby Cassady, Nick Barrell and Lance Roberts have many stand out moments in the classroom, but if tasked with choosing a most cherished project of the year, it would be the Annual 8th Grade Farewell Message, which was finalized last Friday.
Today's the day, LHS Seniors! We are so proud of you all! Thank you, Logan Daily News, for the outstanding coverage of our Class of 2019 in yesterday's paper. #GraduationDay #LoganChieftains
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TODAY! Right after the news, @ 7AM, 98.3 SAM FM & 103.3 WLGN, will be airing their interview with these amazing individuals, representing @LoganHSChoirs! Kyla, Lanie, Emma, Brody & John McClain! Thank you, Teresa Salizzoni! Audio File will be added soon for those who miss it.
Thank you, to Grace Warner of The Logan Daily News, for her wonderful story yesterday. Read it here:
As the end of the school year winds down and Memorial Day nears, Hocking Hills Elementary students and staff had the privilege of welcoming Stages Family, Inc. and Honor Flight Columbus to their school yesterday.
As an added service for graduation we will be offering overflow parking and bus shuttle transportation from the middle school to the high school. Beginning at 7:15 pm on the night of graduation, two buses will pick up guests of graduates from the middle school and bring them to the high school. Buses will return shuttle guests at the conclusion of graduation as well. Please utilize this service if you arrive and there is no parking available at the high school.
BREAKING NEWS: Update on the LHS Choir Varsity Brands Award!
A Note from Director John McClain...
In January, LHS students Emma Myers and Lanie Bainter, spearheaded a nomination for our choir to be considered for the Varsity Brands Most Spirited Choir Award. Not knowing what to expect, they submitted their nomination with a letter of support from Mr. Bainter, and the semester marched on. (See their essay below)
"Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can." - Arthur Ashe.
Today, the Class of 2019 gathered for a class photo, prior to graduation practice, followed by the Senior Clap Out between rehearsals.
Thank you for sharing this photo & video, Mr. Dille!
LHS Class of 2019 Clap Out Video
One of the main reasons our LHS Choirs recently received the Varsity Brands School Spirit Award is because of their willingness to share their musical talents throughout the district, & beyond, to inspire everyone to be kind & inclusive of all, while having a high level of school and community pride. Today, the members of 328 joined together, one last time, in the LHS hallways, for a special send off to the seniors on their last day!
On Tuesday, May 21st, Hocking County EMS visited Hocking Hills Elementary's 4th grade class. During their visit they taught our 4th grade students "CPR" and "Stop the Bleed Training". We would like to thank the Hocking County EMS for their support throughout the school year!