The "We Can" Club at the Middle School is still collecting items for the dog pound until Friday, February 15th. You are more then welcome to stop by and drop off either outside Student Services or the Principal's Offices. Or you can give your items to a Middle School student and they will drop them off for you.
We are still selling the Purple Puppy Paw Logan L shirts thru February 15th. They are $10 each and you can order through Wendy Cook, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you havenít stopped by Maya Burrito this winter, stop in soon! This is your last chance to view great artwork by students from the After the Middle Art Club through Project SAFE. Participants made a variety of abstract and realistic works expressing their joy for the Holiday Season.
The "WE CAN" Make a Difference Club at Logan Middle School has decided that the Dog Shelter in Logan and Save-A-Pup Program is our next project. We will be collecting items for both until February 14th. A list has been provided so if you would like to help, you may send items our way. There are drop boxes at both Ms. Eads' doors and Mrs. Wendy's at the Middle School.
Family and Consumer Sciences 8th grade students completed 187 FCCLA Community Service hours as part of their National FCCLA Power of One: Take the Lead education program. This program helps guide students to develop, plan, carry out, and evaluate projects to improve the quality of life in their local community . Through their community projects, students experience character development and improve their critical and creative thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career...
The Logan-Hocking Middle School Spelling Bee was held on Tuesday, January 15th in the LHMS Theater. 32 Spellers competed to become the middle school's top speller. Mira Burns, 7th grader at LHMS, claimed the rights to be top speller by her correct spelling of espionage. Runners-up were 2nd Place, 5th Grader Avery Moore and 3rd Place, 7th Grader Naia Salas. Mira has the opportunity to compete in the regional spelling bee at Ohio University in Athens for her chance to move on to the National Spell...
The LHMS Drama students under the direction of Mrs. Julie Baron presented Fairy Tale Misfits to their parents and peers. On Thursday, December 6th the students performed for their parents and guests. On Friday, December 7th the students performed 2 matinees for their peers. The play was a comedy about some of the not so famous fairy tale characters that didn't make the more popular fairy tales. The audience was introduced to the 4th little pig, the 8th dwarf, and the sleepless beauty to name...
On Saturday, December 1st, LHMS Student Council members met at the Southeastern Ohio food bank from 9a-12p. Our group focused on preparing over 300 kid packs to be distributed to children in need of food on the weekends. Students also toured the facility and learned about what the food bank does. The students worked very hard, had fun and represented LHMS well.
2018 Pack the Pantry
Middle School Grade Levels 5 - 8
SHOCKwave Pantry Competition
S.H.O.C.K - Students Helping Other Chieftain Kids
Who: 5th grade Shockwave Pantry Team
Why: Our SHOCKwave/Food Pantry is in need of restocking to help our Chieftain kids!
When: November 27 - December 7
Suggested Items for Donations:
New hygiene items (soaps, toothbrushes/toothpaste, floss, deodorant, chapstick, etc.)
Gently used clothing
Coats, hats, gloves
Gently used shoes
"Dude, Be Kind!" Week included World Kindness Day, which falls every November 13, and is another initiative to make the world a better place by celebrating good deeds and pledging acts of kindness. While it must be made clear, DBK week is pro-positive behavior, some of the schools in the district still recognized that the week also overlapped Anti-bullying Week, so important connections were made in various activities.
Hey, Middle Schoolers! FREE MOVIE NIGHT!
WHERE: LOGAN MIDDLE SCHOOL
WHEN: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH
TIME: 5:30-8:30 pm
WHO: MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS (ONLY) AND ADULT
(must have an adult present to watch movie)
The movie, To Save A Life, is PG-13.
Disclaimer: This movie has scenes of suicide, cutting, teen pregnancy, and drinking. It is also faith based.
Concessions Available, with funds being donated to the LMS Drama Club.