Over 500 Project SAFE students and their families attended an NHL Blue Jackets hockey game on January 8, 2018 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH. Families enjoyed the game, which went into over time and provided a thrilling shoot out at the end, resulting in a 3-2 win for the Blue Jacket fans. For several families, this was their first hockey game and many indicated this was a family favorite. For more information about Project SAFE,
Project SAFE families recently traveled to Ohio University’s Blackburn Templeton Memorial Auditorium to enjoy the play “The Wizard of Oz”. Over 450 LHSD students and their families were entertained with the storyline which included flying monkeys, witches and, of course, Toto too, as a national troupe performed the tale of Dorothy from Kansas, being transported to the magical land of Oz.
Over 270 students and their families attended Project SAFE’s Art Walk for the first family night of the year.
Project SAFE and After the Middle Art Club recently held an art opening for their Dia de los Muertos show on Thursday, November 16 at the Maya Burrito Company.
On September 30 over 450 Project SAFE students along with their families attended Magic Mountain Entertainment Center in Columbus, OH.
Enrollment for Project SAFE for the upcoming school year will begin on August 14, 2017. There are three ways parents or guardians may register their children.
Over 600 Project SAFE students and their families attended Disney On Ice on January 28, at Nationwide Arena. Disney’s theme this year was Dream Big. Students have been studying about Disney characters for their January thematic unit.
This Message Applies to the Project Safe Families that have already applied for and been accepted to attend the Globetrotters Game on Thursday, December 29th. Please note that the busses for the Globetrotter game leave at 4:30pm from the Logan-Hocking Middle School. This is a time change from the original time of 5:00. If you are not riding the bus you can pick up your tickets at the Northwest Rotunda from 5:15 to 5:45 at the Schottenstein Center. If you have any questions, you can call Amy Kl...
Over 600 Project SAFE students and their families enjoyed the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus in Columbus, Ohio on October 14. This opportunity is supported through 21st Century grant funding that reinforces the initiative to increase positive family engagement.
Project SAFE students and families enjoyed their first field trip of the year to see the outdoor drama Tecumseh in Chillicothe, Ohio. Over 700 people enjoyed a buffet dinner and received an informational talk from the director of the production prior to the performance.
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