Today is Volley For the Cure Night!! The games begin at 5:15 pm at the High School. The Lady Chiefs and The Kick Cancer Club would like to invite all of you to join us in the festivities.
Logan High School Ceramic Students, Stephen Kibble and Shawn Gooding assemble handmade medallions for the Hocking Hills Indian Run. For many years now, Logan High School Ceramic and Crafts classes have created handmade Medallions for the Hocking Hills Indian Run. The Hocking Hills Indian Run is scheduled for September 20th and features distances from 5 to 60k.
Ms. Summer Ballinger is the new seventh grade math teacher at Logan-Hocking Middle School. Ballinger is from Logan and attended Ohio University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology and her master’s degree in middle childhood math and science education. Summer is an alumna of LHMS!
Ms. Tiffany Kline is the new Intervention Specialist Moderate to Intense for fifth and sixth grade at Logan Hocking Middle School. Kline was born in Logan, Ohio and attended Ohio University at the Lancaster branch and the Athens campus. She is an alumna of LHMS!
The Union Furnace Parent-Teacher Organization helped ring in the new school year with a special breakfast on Thursday, August 28. The event was designed to welcome families that were new to the school. Parents came in to school early that morning to enjoy some breakfast items, provided by Tim Hortons, with their children.
If you know a student between the ages of 11 to 18 with a BIG idea, that needs funding, and wants to launch a REAL company all before graduating high school, they can apply to the Young Entrepreneurs Academy today! The Young Entrepreneurs Academy teaches middle and high school students how to start and run their own real business. Applications for Logan classes starting in October are due September 15. Visit www.logan-hockingchamber.com to apply today!
The Logan Lady Chiefs Volleyball Team and The Kick Cancer Club would like to invite you to “Volley for the Cure” Night on Thursday, September 18th, starting at 5:15pm.
The Logan- Hocking School District Transportation Department conducted its annual bus safety presentation. The transportation department provided a bus safety video on the importance of following proper bus safety rules while riding on the bus. The bus drivers also had students practice following hand signals while crossing the road to get on and off of the bus.
On Friday, August 29, the 3rd grade students at Union Furnace Elementary accepted the "Ice Bucket Challenge" for ALS. The event was coordinated by 3rd grade teacher, Mrs. Erin Spires. Spires and the 3rd graders were challenged by the 3rd grade students at East Elementary in Athens City.
Ms. Cristie Collins is a new eighth grade science teacher at Logan-Hocking Middle School. Collins is from a small town in Northeast Ohio, located about 5 miles from Lake Erie and 50 miles East of Downtown Cleveland. She graduated from Ohio University and taught at Belpre High School for two years.
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