The first annual Celebrate My Drive scholarship was awarded to Ambir Myers, 2015 LHS graduate. Celebrate My Drive is a competition through State Farm Insurance to help promote the dangers of distracted driving. Ambir won the $1,000 scholarship by submitting an outline to develop a safe driving plan for the high school. Ambir plans to attend The Ohio State University in the fall.
Students signed up for Advanced Placement (A.P) courses, this is a reminder that Monday, June 1st, is the deadline to drop a course without taking a WF (withdraw fail) on your transcript. Please contact your school counselor with any questions.
The LHS Summer School Schedule has been set and will run on the following schedule: All Classes offered will be dependent on enrollment. There is no cost to Logan High School students to attend Summer School. Students may register for the camp by seeing their guidance counselor or by calling the main office and registering with Amy Reichling @ 385-2069.
I.A.F.F. Local 3868 Proudly Presents: Dinner And A Movie All proceeds to benefit local children in need of warm coats this winter via Firefighters Operation Warm.
After winning the Southeastern Ohio Athletic League title, the Varsity Girls Track Team finished 2nd at the District Championship on Thursday, at Marietta. The girls competed well against good competition. A special congratulations to the following regional qualifiers: Cassidy Bosch (High Jump, Pole Vault, 4x4 Relay), Emily Dennis (4x4 Relay), Hannah Evans (4x4 Relay), Brianna Jackson (4x4 Relay), Allison McNeal (Shot Put, Discus), Grace Seibel (Pole Vault), and Marissa Smith (1600, 3200).
Green Elementary Preschool students and their teachers discussed places in the community, explored the importance of the jobs in our community, and then experienced a closer look at our community on their field trip in downtown Logan.
Central Elementary had a great time at Field Day on Thursday, May 21st. The Physical Education teacher, Andrew Perry, put on a fantastic show. Students at every grade level participated in outdoor physical activities throughout the day! Sixteen Logan High School students came and ran events for all of our students. Everyone enjoyed the activities, and fun was had by all!
The 3rd & 4th grade students at Central Elementary performed their Spring Music Program on Tuesday, May 19th, under the direction of music instructor, Dawn Cisco. The students sang about our 44 presidents of the United States, using familiar melodies set to new lyrics with facts about many of our presidents in between the songs. They had an outstanding performance with many wonderful solos and speakers!
Green Elementary held their annual Field Day event on May 20th. Students and staff had the opportunity to participate in a variety of activity stations created by Mr. Simon Mills, Physical Education Teacher, and a tye-dying station ran by Miss Julie Woodburn, Art Instructor.
4th Year in a Row Auditor of State Recognizes School District with Highest Award for Financial Accountability
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