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Our Student Lighthouse Team, along with advisors Mrs. Swope and Mrs. Hill, organized a beautiful Veterans Day celebration which included veterans from our school families and the community, the LHMS Cadet Corp and LHS musical group 328. Mrs. Ward shared the Purple Star award received by the district in support of military families. It was a wonderful way to recognize those who serve our country!
On November 8th, 2019, the Logan High School Senior girls took on the Junior girls in a very chilly game of flag football. A great deal of fun was had by all with an end score of 14-12. Seniors won the game in a very close ending. In order to participate in Powder Puff this year, each player, coach and cheerleader was asked to bring in at least 5 cans of food to be donated to the Project Safe Food Pantry. As always, a Powder Puff King was crowned. Five guys were chosen with a vote by th...
Green recently held our annual Fall Family Night. This year we held a Trunk or Treat event on Halloween Night. Numerous families and community organizations provided treat stops in addition to craft, Lexia and game stations. PTO also opened Book Fair fit some evening shopping. Even though the weather moved the event indoors, our first Trunk or Treat family night was a huge success!
On Tuesday, November 12th, Chieftain Elementary conducted a Veterans Day Assembly for our local veterans. We were fortunate to have guest speaker Michael Grove, Retired Command Sergeant Major of the 174th Air Defense Artillery Brigade.
Logan-Hocking Middle and High School FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leader of America) Program were featured at education conference.
This week's Senior Wisdom is by Morgan Spencer and sponsored by Pizza Crossing. "Feeling stressed out? Get connected with a good friend group. Get Involved! Sports, drama, art, church... Find a good outlet because it will get difficult at times but have no fear, you got this! Thank you Pizza Crossing for supporting our students at LHS.
The Chieftain Elementary Veterans day assembly, scheduled for Tuesday November 12th, will now be held at 2:00pm due to the late start.
All schools are on a two hour delay due to inclement weather.
Students in fourth grade at Chieftain Elementary were visited by Josh Hodson, Jeremy Young and Jacob Shepherd from Hocking County EMS. Students reviewed how to respond to an emergency situation, practicing CPR compressions and learning how to use the school's AED.
Congratulations to Cecilia Magdich for being named "Jr. Deputy" of the month.
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