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On Thursday, October 27th, Chieftain Elementary's fourth grade class visited the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus. The students toured the Statehouse and learned about the history of the building, how bills become laws, and the three branches of government. Students were also able to tour an interactive museum where they could vote on a bill about bicycle helmet requirements. The highlight of the day was meeting state representative Ron Hood. Chieftain Elementary was awarded the Capitol Square Foundation Transportation Grant, funded by Honda of America Mfg., Inc. This covered transportation to and from the Statehouse. Click to see more pictures.
Congratulations to the Logan High School Students who made the Honor Roll at TRi-County Career Center. Job well done! Click Here To View Honor Roll List
Students in preschool, kindergarten and first grade participated in a fire safety presentation with Kerry Kazan the Fire Safety Man. He taught students the basics of fire safety including the importance of getting out of a burning building and stop, drop and roll. The students enjoyed the lighthearted jokes, games and magic used to reinforce the ideas of safety around fire.
The Logan Hocking Elementary Archery Program begins open archery next Tuesday, Nov 1st, at the Sprouts Building located across from Walker Farms on Chieftain Dr. at 5:00 p.m. The Elementary archery team consist of 4th & 5th grade archers. Interested students should show up with appropriate forms filled out and $25.00 participation fee.
On October 25th, Hocking Hills Elementary held a "Trunk or Treat" family night. The theme was "Tricks, Treats, Hoots, and Howls". The program was comprised of a trunk or treat, a story read to the students by Superintendent Monte Bainter, and concluded with a presentation by Hocking County State Park Naturalist Pat Quakenbush over "Spooky Animals".
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.
On Monday, Oct. 17th, the third graders at Central Elementary School walked to the Southeastern Ohio Food Bank. While there, they were given a tour of the facility and were given information about the amount of people the food bank serves each year and how many pounds of food they need to serve those people.
LHS Choirs Present a Halloween Cabaret, Saturday, October 29, 6:30 PM, at LHS Cafeteria. Tickets: at door- $5 for adults, $3 for students. Featuring performances by members of the LHS Choirs and delicious fall treats (donations graciously accepted). *All proceeds benefit the LHS Chamber Singers Travel Fund*
The Madcap Puppets performed their version of Sleepy Hollow for students and staff. There were lots of opportunities for the audience to participate in the show including two cameos by Jackson Ballenger and Emily Suttles. After the show the puppeteers took time to answer questions about how the puppets work, the sets used in the show and being an actor. Everyone enjoyed this fun seasonal performance!
First graders at Green have been working hard during their Literacy Block through numerous reading and writing activities. Students rotate through work stations to receive small group reading and writing instruction, practice sight words and spelling words and complete targeted phonics practice using Lexia on our chrome book computers. The students are excited to share their work and are gaining confidence in their reading and writing skills each day.
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