The Logan High School Art Department would like to congratulate the following 2019 Regional Governor’s Show Winners.
Congratulations to the Logan Hocking Archery High School Team & coaches for earning Runner-Up in the State NASP 3D Tournament last weekend! Also, a big Congratulations to Noah Ruffner for placing 3rd individually!
Congratulations to both our Girls & Boys LHS Bowling teams & Coach Castle and Kellenbarger for finishing as D1 District Runner Up, ending an outstanding season! Special individual recognition going out to juniors Colten Castle & Jaelyn Boggess! Thank you to Craig Dunn/The Logan Daily News for the wonderful article. Logan Daily News Bowling Press Release
Dear LHS Families, Ohio's End-of-Course AIR Tests are quickly approaching. LHS will administer an eight day morning test schedule for students. Students who are not testing do not need to report until 9:30am, however, bussing will be on a normal schedule. Students who arrive at a normal time, but are not scheduled to test, will have study hall during the testing time. Click below for the full letter of explanation, and detailed testing schedule, from Ms. Spatar.
The next LHS Blood Drive will be held in the LHS Auxiliary Gymnasium on Monday, April 15th, from 8AM to 2pm. This is open to the public. To schedule an appointment online, click here: BLOOD DRIVE SIGN UP LHS BLOOD DRIVE FLYER Please call the LHS Main office, at 740.385.2069, with any questions.
Enjoy time with Logan High School's cast of Shrek: The Musical! Shrek & Friends – Meet & Greet at the Swamp – March 9th! Sponsored by the Logan Choir Boosters Activities will include: –Snack with "frog eggs", cupcakes, "ogre ear wax", and "ogre drink." –Mini-performances of selections from the show, like "I'm A Believer!" –Face-painting with the Face-painting Fairy Godmother –Dance with the cast, the "Ogre Slide!" –Professional Photo Station with Shrek, Fiona, or the cast member of your choice! –Green Slime Making!
Recently, the school was contacted by the Logan Daily News regarding youth use of tobacco and vape devices. When interviewed Mr. Ramage and I did have to report that some students in our school view vaping as safe. Through the research of relevant data and credible medical sources, we have found the following message. Vapor devices and the chemicals contained in them are not good for the human body. I am attaching this article from Yale Medical School that is directed toward families. We are goi...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NOTE: For more information about the student, please contact the student directly. For more information about the ACT, please contact ACT at 319.337.1028 or e-mail publicrelations@act.org. Local Student Achieves Top ACT Score Max Burns, son of Brandon and Alyssa Burns, and a junior at Logan High School, earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36.
Logan High School business students recently participated in a Regional Entrepreneurship Exposition at Hocking College. Mrs. Atkins and Mrs. Myers took a group of 11 students whom prepared a business venture idea and presented it at the Expo. This event was held, in part, to celebrate National Entrepreneurship Week. Logan High School was one of six regional high schools invited to participate in a day of engagement and learning, brought by some of the best and brightest entrepreneurs of the region.
On Thursday, February 7, 2019 the Chief Logan FFA chapter competed in the District 10 Public Speaking and Agricultural Sales contests at Southern High School in Racine, Ohio. The chapter had nine students competing in different events which included Creed, Advanced Creed, Beginning Prepared, Advanced Prepared, and Extemporaneous speaking as well as Agricultural Sales.
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