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Congratulations to Brooks Angle for being named “Junior Deputy” of the month for December. Brooks did an amazing job practicing our school “Chiefs” behaviors. Each month Deputy Cowgill will pick a student from Chieftain Elementary that is demonstrating:, c-cooperation, h- honesty, i- indepen…

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LOGAN — Congratulations to all the students that participated in the 2019-2020 Logan-Hocking Middle School Spelling Bee. Runner-Up was eighth grade student Faith Kline and School Champion was Naia Salas, grade eight. Salas will have the opportunity to compete in the Regional Spelling Bee at …

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LOGAN — Following a public hearing earlier in the evening, the Board of Education of the Logan-Hocking Local School District adopted a tax budget for Fiscal Year 2021 (July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021) at its organizational meeting held on Monday, Jan. 6. Treasurer Paul Shaw prepared the tax bud…

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LOGAN — Hocking County students have put their artistic touch on Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) snow plows, and now Facebook users have a chance to vote for their favorite; but hurry as time is running out.

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The Logan-Hocking Middle School Student Council members sponsored a canned food drive to donate to the Southeastern Ohio Foodbank. Each homeroom competed to collect the most items. The event was a big success. The Student Council members pictured are loading the food on the truck to take to …

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Chieftain Elementary’s Student Council members led a school-wide drive to collect items to donate to the Southeastern Ohio Foodbank’s “Secret Santa for Super Seniors” program. The foodbank will use the donations from the community to brighten the days of local Meals on Wheels clients this ho…

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The above students were the top sellers for the annual Logan-Hocking Middle School PTO Candy Bar Fundraiser. This group of students alone sold 7,289 candy bars. The top overall seller for the building was Austin Coe who sold 3,600 candy bars. Money raised from this annual fundraiser will be …

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Congratulations to Ava Casto for being named “Jr. Deputy” of the month for November at Chieftain Elementary. Ava did an amazing job practicing our school “Chiefs” behaviors. Each month Deputy Cowgill will pick a student from Chieftain Elementary that is demonstrating:, C- cooperation, H- hon…

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Hocking Hills Elementary fourth grade students visited the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus on Friday, Dec. 13th. The students were excited to share their knowledge about Ohio history. The students enjoyed seeing the map room, Senate Chamber, Rotunda, and many other spaces in the complex. Senator…

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The Logan High School Senior Class decided to adopt two kids from the Christmas tree at Walmart this year. They were able to spend $125 per child. Pictured is Matt Cobel, Senior Class President and Natalie Howard, Senior Class Secretary, along with some additional students in the class of 20…

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LOGAN — Central Elementary School’s third and fourth graders had a visit from WNBA Star Katie Smith in November. Smith spoke to the students about having a passion for something in their life: whether it be animals, sports, school, etc.

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LOGAN — The Logan-Hocking Schools preschool program has a limited amount of openings in its four-day preschool classrooms at Green, Central and Chieftain elementaries beginning in January. The schools offer programming for any students that reside in Hocking County that are three years old a…

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NELSONVILLE — Hocking College campuses in Nelsonville, Logan and Perry will be closed for winter break beginning Monday, Dec. 23, 2019 through Friday, Jan. 3, 2020.

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LOGAN — Mark E. Barrell, a member of the board of education from Logan-Hocking Local School District and appointed to the Tri-County Career Center, has been appointed to serve a one-year term on the Credentials Committee of the Southeast Region of the Ohio School Boards Association.

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Central Elementary wants to recognize the Student of the Month nominees for October and November. These students are role models at Central Elementary, they represent responsible citizens. These students follow and lead the RESPECT model we follow in our school — Responsible, Educated, Safe,…

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LOGAN — One show just wasn’t enough to celebrate how art and math can intertwine. In a lesson adapted by math coach Jodi Bainter and taught by math tutor and art teacher Suzanne Oldham, sixth grade students at Logan- Hocking Middle School are learning about artist Piet Mondrian and how to cr…

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LOGAN — The Logan-Hocking School Board delved into its financials Monday, during their regularly scheduled meeting, as they began to discuss spending and income for the next five years.

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The Ohio School Board Association held it's Southeast Regional Fall Conference and Mr. Tim Bail and Tom Harden received The Best Student Program — Construction Trades; Laura Dukes was awarded Outstanding Treasurer. Tri-County's Board Member, Mr. Bruce Nottke, was recognized as veteran Region…