Green students and staff got a taste of Chieftain Spirit when the senior members of the football team, cheer team and band stopped by on Friday to share the LHS Fight Song and purple and white pride during lunches. Go Chiefs!
We had a great first day at Green Elementary! Several LHS students came out to greet our returning leaders, along with Carrie Cook-Porter, Director of Special Services. We held our annual opening day assembly to bring our school community together to set our expectations for the year and talk about how all students will grow in leadership and academics. All students in grades 1-4 had a busy day filled with activities to get them acclimated to their new classrooms. Looking forward to introducing ...
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.
Outside the classroom experiences at Columbus Zoo & Alley Park, AND brand new picnic tables! This week, both Preschool classes and Mrs. Roley’s class visited the Columbus Zoo. Preschoolers also enjoyed lunch on their four new picnic tables on the playground. Second Graders also took advantage of the beautiful weather by taking a trip to Alley Park.
More from LHSD Purple UP! Day! for Military Kids. Mrs. Ward's Second Grade class, at Green Elementary, had fun celebrating our military kids & showing them support, by wearing purple. #MonthoftheMilitaryChild http://www.loganhocking.k12.oh.us/news.php?article=3805
Three students earned the chance to help "rule the school" for a day by being a top seller in our winter fundraiser. Preschooler, Ellie Lambert; First Grader, Owen Hacker; Second Grader, Sadie Myers each had a turn to help Ms. Osburn with her daily duties such as greeting students, helping with announcements, visiting classrooms, posting photos on Classroom Dojo, recognizing students for meeting their AR goals or leveling up on Lexia and loading afternoon buses. The guest principals took on thei...
Green Elementary recently celebrated Valentine's Day with our annual Dress Your Best luncheon. Planned by our Student Lighthouse Team and their advisors, the theme was Sparkle, Glitter, Shine and Most of All be Kind! The students selected the table decor which included tablecloths, fresh flowers and heart shaped balloons and transformed the cafeteria into a fancy five star restaurant setting. Our cooks prepared a special chicken dinner and our PTO supplied cupcakes from the Hocking Hills Bakery ...
Green Elementary held their 4th annual Dapper Dudes workshop and 2nd annual Lovely Ladies workshop during the month of February in preparation for our Dress Your Best luncheon held on Feb 14th. The boys at the school had the opportunity to select from over 150 ties to find one that they liked. Numerous volunteers from our community including parents, law enforcement and church organizations were represented among the volunteers that gave their time to help the boys learn to tie their neck ti...
The Student Lighthouse Team of Green Elementary conducted a blanket drive for the Inspire Shelter as a community project. Their original goal of 50 was easily surpassed, so the principal told the students if they collected 100 she would complete a challenge selected by the Student Lighthouse Team. The goal of 100 blankets was met and surpassed, the current count is 132, so Ms. Osburn completed the creative Messy Principal Wash Obstacle Course at an assembly in which students combined physical ac...
The Student Lighthouse Team identified a desire to assist the homeless in our community and planned a blanket drive in order to support the Inspire Shelter of Hocking County. The students set a goal of 50 blankets, which they have already surpassed with a current total of 81. The team has since increased their goal to 100 blankets and Ms. Osburn has agreed to take on a principal challenge that will be selected by the students if they meet this new goal. If anyone would like to donate a new or...
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