College Credit Plus is what the State of Ohio is now calling PSEO/Dual Enrollment. There are many changes coming to the program which will be implemented in the 2015-16 school year.
You are invited to the Logan Band Boosters, Texas Roadhouse (Lancaster) 10% Donation Night. Every guest who arrives at the restaurant on the Fundraiser Night with this coupon, will be supporting the cause. The Texas Roadhouse will donate 10% of your entire check to the Logan Band Boosters upon presentation of the coupon.
Local scholarship applications are due on Monday, March 2nd, at 8 am.
On Thursday evening, February 26th, 2015, student entrepreneurs will take the Logan High School stage to present their business plans before a panel of local leaders of business and industry and a public audience.
Weather Plans - including Plan A limited busing routes, delay start times, and early release times. School Emergency Notifications - information about our automated calling systems and signing up for text message alerts via Twitter.
The ACT registration deadline for the April 18th test date is March 13th. Any junior planning on attending a four year college should register for the ACT this Spring. Please see your school counselor if you have any questions about the registration process.
Thursday, February 12th, Mr. Stephen Stirn, Superintendent, visited Hocking Hills Elementary School's Chess Club. He played chess against 4 of the Chess Club members. Two of the chess members were able to claim victory against Mr. Stirn. Ashton Mason and Kohen Maynard both enjoyed their wins.
Jr. High Club Baseball tryouts have been rescheduled for March 2nd, 4th, and 6th (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday), at Logan Middle School from 5pm - 7pm. There will be a parent meeting that Monday at 6:45pm in the cafeteria.
Middle school softball tryouts have been postponed this weekend. They will be Monday, February 23rd, and Wednesday, February 25th, from 6pm to 8pm in the middle school gymnasium. There will be a parent meeting at 5:45 on Monday before tryouts begin.
Logan High School recently held their 9th annual Poetry Out Loud contest. A field of 12 students competed for the top spot of School Champion, and the chance to represent LHS at the state competition to be held in March at the Lincoln Theater in Columbus. This year's winner was junior Nathan Kudlapur, who finished in second place at last year's contest. Second and third place winners were, Justine Torongeau and Lilly Porter, respectively. The event was organized by Shelly Riggs, Drama Instructor. The National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation have partnered with U.S. state arts agencies to support Poetry Out Loud, a contest that encourages the nation's youth to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation.
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