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Logan District and Curriculum
Logan-Hocking School District is responsible for providing educational programming to children in kindergarten through the twelfth grade. The primary mission of the district is to prepare students that have the skills and knowledge they need to be successful in college and career. Curricular experiences are developed with modern needs in mind. Students are challenged to master the use of technology, develop strong communication skills, and acquire the ability to work collaboratively with diverse groups of people. Each of these skills is essential for success in our highly interconnected world. Additionally, Logan-Hocking School District seeks to promote academic success by offering a wide variety of support services for students of all ability levels.
We currently cover the following Logan-area school district: Logan-Hocking School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Logan District Curriculum
Logan’s high school world languages curriculum focuses on facilitating the development of advanced second-language skills. Students engage in a variety of exercises that help them further their knowledge and understanding of another language. To promote speaking and listening skills, students take part in exercises in which they must carry on complex conversations with another learner. Students also take part in small and large group discussions that require a different skill set for participating effectively in conversation. Reading skills are improved through the exploration of informational and literary texts written in the language of study.
The visual and performing arts curriculum in Logan includes coursework in the visual arts. Students in elementary school gain basic artistic knowledge and skills that lay the foundation for more advanced work in later grades. Students learn about the relationship between art and meaning by creating basic artworks and developing the ability to convey the meaning of their art. Various mediums are introduced to students, including markers, chalk, paint, and clay.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Logan Educational News
- Project SAFE Now Available for District Students - Logan-Hocking School District has received funding to provide after-school activities for children. Activities include academics and field trips, and the program also provides snacks and dinner.
- Art Students Participate in Ohio Art Education Association Show - Six students from Logan-Hocking Middle School have artwork on display as part of the Ohio Art Education Association state exhibition. There are only 120 pieces of art on display from across the entire state.
- Advanced Coursework Offered for High School Students - Students in grades 7-12 can now participate in the College Credit Plus program in order to earn advanced credit. College Credit Plus is part of a higher education initiative developed by the Ohio Department of Education.
Logan Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: Strategies for the FAFSA
The FAFSA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid, is the primary document students must fill out in order to be considered for scholarships, loans, grants, and other sources of college financial aid. What many students don’t know is that there are many things they can do in order to increase their chances of getting FAFSA-based aid. First, applications must be submitted early. Most schools award financial aid on a first-come, first-serve basis, so having all the required documents submitted in time – and early if possible – is a good strategy. Secondly, if you aren’t sure if you qualify for financial aid, submit a letter with your FAFSA to explain any special circumstances. A recent illness or death in the family, job loss, and other financially-impactful events may not be fully reflected on the FAFSA and require additional explanation. Lastly, if you’re offered a less-than-desirable aid package, you can appeal the decision. Placing a call to the financial aid office to inquire about any additional financial aid possibilities may result in getting more money to finance your education.