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A new lunchtime program has recently started at Green. Each Thursday, two students from each K-4 class are invited to a Leader Lunch with the principal. This is a chance for Mrs. Osburn to connect with students to talk about their ideas for the school and to share highlights from their Leadership Notebooks. This will continue throughout the rest of the year so that all students will have the chance participate. The students have taken a great deal of pride and ownership in sharing their notebook...
Students in kindergarten and first grade had the opportunity to learn about safety with the Deputy Phil Program. The students enjoyed the games and magic tricks used by the presenter to share the message of making smart choices when it comes to personal safety.
The 2017 Winter Cheer Clinic will be held on Sunday, January 29 from 12:30-5 p.m. The cost of the clinic will be $35 and will include the clinic, a camp t-shirt and admission to the game for the participant. The participants will cheer at half-time of the Varsity game on Saturday February 4.
Who knew WRITING could be so fun? Mrs. Garey’s class at Central Elementary is so excited about writing. Students are writing a multi-paragraph report on penguins. Boys and girls will be typing our final fancy copy for the very first time on our own! Our student’s inspiration came from an author visit from Mr. Bentley. Mr. Bentley reminded the boys and girls that it takes lots of practice to become a good writer.
Do you have STAMINA we do! Carrington Coffil in Mrs. Shull's second grade class at Central Elementary is proud of her non-fiction writing about Arctic animals. She works very hard and shows she has writing STAMINA, she had to do only two re-writes.
Mrs. Collins first grade class was full of Emperor Penguins! Central Elementary students in Mrs. Collins first graders have been learning about Arctic animals for the past two weeks in preparation to our Family Polar Palooza night.
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Kick Cancer would like to invite you to join the Hoops 4 Hope Pink Out festivities, Saturday, January 28th. Please plan to attend. If you can not make the game and would like a Hoops 4 Hope T-Shirt please contact Wendy Cook, wcook@lhsd.k12.oh.us. The shirts are hot pink and are $10 for S-XL, $12 for 2X, $15 for 3X-5X. We hope to see you at the game!
The Logan-Hocking School District will be holding preschool screenings on Monday, March 20, 2017, for any child interested in participating in preschool for the 2017-2018 school year. The screenings will be held at Chieftain Elementary School, 28296 Chieftain Drive, Logan, Ohio. Screenings sessions will be held at 8:30, 10:30 and 1:00.
The 2017 Logan-Hocking Middle School Spelling Bee was held on Tuesday, January 10th in the LHMS Theater. 37 Spellers competed for the honor of Spelling Bee Champion. The winner of the 2017 Spelling Bee was 7th grade student, Rachel Rayburn. Rachel won the bee by correctly spelling, thaumaturge. Runner up was 7th Grader, Owen Angle, and the 3rd Place finisher was 6th grader, Olivia Rayburn. Rachel will have the opportunity to compete in the regional spelling bee in March at Ohio University i...
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