Hey, LHSD students & families! We hope you all are having a fun summer & remembering how amazing you are! Over summer break, we will be sharing photos from our 2018-19 school year that are sure to keep you smiling!
Celebrating their completion of the 4th grade, Kaylen Goss, Mattison Pippin & Jadah McVey proudly posed on their last day, by Green Elementary's welcome sign, reminding all students, staff & visitors they are all amazing.
Community partnerships play a pivotal role in the success of our students. One key individual positively impacting our students is Mr. Gary Silcott, of Stantec Engineering. During the school year, he was awarded a Citizen for Education plaque, by the Logan Education Association, but was unable to attend the event. During the last week of school, LHS Instructor, Mr. Craig Abram, invited him to stop by his Principles of Engineering class, to accept the award, and thank him for all he has given to the students.
UPDATE - Please note date & time changes below.
Check out this awesome opportunity for our students! Computer Science Camp 2019 has something for any interested 6-12 grader, & there is no cost to attend!
Scratch Camp - entering grades 6-9, 9-11:30AM
Intro to Python Camp - entering grades 8-12, 12-3PM
Advanced Coding Camp - entering grades 10-12, 3:30-5:30PM
Thank you, Mrs. Burns, Billy Woltz, & Max Burns, for making this summer learning experience possible!
The 4th Term Honor Roll for the High School and Middle School (2018-19 school year) is now available.
2019 Summer Lunch Program Begins Monday June 3, 2019.
The Logan-Hocking School District has partnered with Aramark and the Ohio Summer Food Service to provide free lunches from Monday, June 3, through Tuesday, June 25, 2019, and will resume for the week of July 8 to July 11, 2019.
Lunches will be served Monday through Thursday, from 11am-1:00pm at Central Elementary, located at 445 N. Market St. Logan, OH 43138.
Another end of the year favorite project story...
On Mother’s Day, Chieftain Elementary’s All School Project became the talk of the town, with adorable photos hitting social media!
According to Chieftain and Central Elementary’s Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies (PATHS) teacher, Angela Pippin, she switches up the lessons from reading to visual learning, and for this assignment the students read "A Crow's Tale”, which is a story of bravery and kindness, showing it's what's inside that makes you beautiful, not how you look on the outside.
Congratulations to the Logan-Hocking Middle School Lady Chiefs 2019 Softball Team & Coaches on a super successful season! They finished 2nd, to Athens, in the Preseason & Postseason Tournament, finishing overall with (18) wins, (6) losses, & (1) tie.
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.
If you missed the interview & performance with the Most Spirited Choir in the Country, listen & watch right here! Thank you John McClain, Gretchen Weber, Emma Myers, Lanie Bainter, all the dedicated students, parents, administrators &, of course, Varsity Brands & Good Morning Columbus!!
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: