LOGAN — Welcome back to the 2019-2020 school year. I trust that everyone had an enjoyable summer break and that you took time to recharge your “batteries” for a successful new school year.
LOGAN — What an excellent way to start the morning and the kick-off to a new school year — listening to the energetic sounds of the Logan High School Marching Chieftains for the Salute to Excellence program held at Logan High School.
(Family Features) Summer break provides a chance for kids to cut loose and enjoy the freedom of a less structured schedule. However, as parents and teachers know well, months away from academic pursuits can make for a rocky start to a new school year come fall.
LOGAN — When you see the Purple Star Award proudly displayed at each Logan-Hocking School, you can rest assured that military-connected students and their families will receive much deserved attention.
LOGAN — Though many teachers may come and go throughout their career, both of these educators are staying in the school district and are eager to put their skills to use in a new environment.
LOGAN — Logan-Hocking Middle School seventh grade math teachers, Kelly Wolfe, Stacey Ballenger, Bobby Cassady, Nick Barrell and Lance Roberts have many standout moments in the classroom, but if tasked with choosing a most cherished project of the year, it would be the Annual 8th Grade Farewe…
LOGAN — Children, families, educators, agency representatives and others gathered for one of the biggest school board meetings the Logan-Hocking School District (LHSD) has held recently.
On May 9, 2019, Hannah E. Vollmer, of Logan, graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Southern College of Optometry with her Optometric Doctor degree. Vollmer graduated from Logan High School in 2011 and Wright State University in 2015. She has lived in Memphis, Tennessee for the last four years w…
(Family Features) Many of the growing problems around the world, from famines and food insecurity to climate change and profound poverty, need the contributions of brilliant scientists, engineers, mathematicians and technologists. Encouraging children to explore skills and careers in science…
LOGAN — Today, May 16, the Logan High School Theatre department will present its final performances of the year. Acting I and Acting II classes will present a total of four one-act plays, and four scenes.
Central Elementary Student of the Month for February and March include: Josh Carver, Emmeline Brown, Faithlynn Villiers, Clayton Rice, Davianna Hamilton, Max Anderson, Lilian Rice, Avery Hutchison, Brantley Peters, Noah Graves, Kaden McDaniels, Lexi Kunkler, Tucker Ludwig, Josie Hynus, Leah …
LOGAN — Logan High School is proud to present its 16th Annual Student Talent Show, on Friday, May 17 Two performances will be presented — a student matinee during the school day, and an evening performance open to the public, at 7 p.m. in the Logan High School Theatre.
LOGAN — Logan High School senior, Noah Ruffner, will be traveling to Nashville in July for the World’s Archery Tournament after placing fourth out of 2,699 high school boys.
LOGAN — The open enrollment period for students wishing to attend an elementary building other than their home school for the 2019-2020 school year is Monday, May 6, 2019 through Friday, June 14, 2019.
LOGAN — On Tuesday, March 21, the Chief Logan FFA Outdoor Power Equipment team traveled to Buckeye Hills Career Center in Rio Grande, to compete in the district contest.