The Ohio Art Education Association recently announced the winners in this year’s Youth Art Month (YAM) and Young People’s Art Exhibition (YPAE). Each year, the Logan-Hocking Middle School Art Teachers submit five works of art to be judged from schools across the state of Ohio. From those five artworks, one artwork is selected for each exhibit. Mrs. Roxanna Lehman’s winners include Emma Hinton and Heidi Wahl. Emma is a fifth grader at Logan-Hocking Middle school who created a linear pattern...
Logan-Hocking Middle School will be having Parent/Teacher conferences on Thursday, February 20, 2020 from 3-6:30 p.m. The conferences being scheduled are for students that may be struggling academically or behaviorally in class. This time will be utilized to discuss ideas to help our students become more successful for the remainder of the school year. Teachers will be planning these team conferences and mailing invitations to parents. If you would still like to schedule an individual confer...
Logan-Hocking Middle School will be having their winter Pep Assembly this Friday, February 14th. During the Pep Assembly, the Chieftains Student Run Credit Union will be sponsoring the Cash Reactor. Members of the Atomic Credit Union will have the opportunity to enter the Cash Reactor and win Cash during the Pep Assembly. Click on the Link Below to see the flyer and how to become a member of the Atomic Credit Union: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VP1zsBqx41JR0n7EDlKgLSzjLvwwWC5b-SrmPh...
Logan-Hocking MIddle School will be celebrating National FCCLA(Family, Careers, Community Leaders of America) Week February 10th through 14th. Each day our FCCLA students will be doing morning announcements to showcase the things that FCCLA stands for. Monday, February 10: What’s Your FCCLA Story? Kick off FCCLA Week by sharing with your classmates why and how you have built your leadership story through FCCLA. Tuesday, February 11: Your Future Career Story Show others how FCCLA Career...
Congratulations to all the students that participated in the 2019-2020 Logan-Hocking Middle School Spelling Bee. Runner-Up was 8th Grade student Faith Kline and School Champion was Naia Salas, Grade 8. Naia will have the opportunity to compete in the Regional Spelling Bee at Ohio University in the Spring. Great job to all students that competed.
Logan Hocking Middle School is proud to announce the 2020 Spelling Bee. This year’s contest will be held on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at 6:00 p.m., in the Logan Hocking Middle School Theater. Forty students in grades 5 through 8 will participate in this year's Spelling Bee. The purpose of the spelling bee is to help students improve their spelling, increase their vocabularies, learn concepts, and develop correct English usage that will help them all their lives. The Logan-Hocking Middle Sc...
The LHMS Student Council Members sponsored a canned food drive to donate to the Southeastern Ohio Foodbank. Each homeroom competed to collect the most items. The event was a big success. The Student Council Members pictured are loading the food on the truck to take to the food bank. Thank you to all the students that donated food. The LHMS Student Council advisors are Mrs. Schrader and Ms. Ogg.
The following students were the top sellers for the annual LHMS PTO Candy Bar Fundraiser. This group of students alone sold 7,289 candy bars. The top overall seller for the building was Austin Coe who sold 3,600 candy bars. Money raised from this annual fundraiser will be used toward the end of the year Spring Festival and to send our 8th grade students to Movies Ten at the end of the school year. Thank you to everyone that participated.
LHMS will be having their Dress Your Best Holiday Luncheon on Wednesday, December 18th. The cafeteria will be transformed into a Winter Wonderland. Encourage your child to dress their best and enjoy and nice lunch at LHMS.
One show just wasn’t enough to celebrate how art and math can intertwine. In a lesson adapted by Math Coach Jodi Bainter and taught by Math Tutor and Art Teacher Suzanne Oldham, 6th grade students at Logan- Hocking Middle School are learning about artist Piet Mondrian and how to create a work of art using math and principles of design. When observing Mondrian’s “Composition with Large Red Plane, Yellow, Black, Gray, and Blue” students had to figure out how they could measure the amount of each...
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