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Central Elementary School’s third and fourth graders had a visit from WNBA Star Katie Smith on November 27th. Katie spoke to the students about having a passion for something in their life: whether it be animals, sports, school, etc.
Congratulations to Ava Casto for being named "Jr. Deputy" of the month for November. Ava did an amazing job practicing our school "Chiefs" behaviors.
Join us Thursday, December 12th, for four brand new one act plays! Acting I and II classes present: Mirror of Most Value Squirrel Girl Goes to College Hammered and The Gorgon Sisters.
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 holiday season.
Date: Wednesday, January 22 during the school day Cost: $85.00, make Checks Payable to Logan High School To Register: See Debi Tootle in the LHS Guidance Office by January 10 Instructor: Capital University Professor, Dr. Lynn Dailey Bring: Calculator, pen/pencil, and notebook
This week's Senior Wisdom is by Jackie Newman and sponsored by Pizza Hut "Don't have other people build your own "story". Be independent and take control of your own life." Thank you Pizza Hut for supporting our students at LHS.
300 Freshmen and Sophomores earned a fun day during Academic Coaching for having 2 or less missing assignments! Thank you to students and teachers for working hard.
Please come and support the Logan Athletic Boosters and get your Christmas shopping done at the same time. Visit our Holiday Craft Fair Saturday, December 7th from 9am-2pm, at Logan High School. Thank you and Go Chiefs!
The Logan Education Association is proud to announce the induction of four educators into the Educators Hall of Fame. Dave Snipes, nominated by Courtney Spatar; Kim Renko, nominated by Jasmine Ball; Ruth Ann Spatar, nominated by Beth Martin; and Ed Fickel, nominated by Amy Wells.
Camp Oty'Okwa returned in November to talk with kindergarten about how animals prepare for winter. Students listened to a story about hibernation, heard animal puppets talk about what they do to survive the winter and then played a fun game with an acorn.
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