BREAKING NEWS: Update on the LHS Choir Varsity Brands Award!
A Note from Director John McClain...
In January, LHS students Emma Myers and Lanie Bainter, spearheaded a nomination for our choir to be considered for the Varsity Brands Most Spirited Choir Award. Not knowing what to expect, they submitted their nomination with a letter of support from Mr. Bainter, and the semester marched on. (See their essay below)
As an added service for graduation we will be offering overflow parking and bus shuttle transportation from the middle school to the high school. Beginning at 7:15 pm on the night of graduation, two buses will pick up guests of graduates from the middle school and bring them to the high school. Buses will return shuttle guests at the conclusion of graduation as well. Please utilize this service if you arrive and there is no parking available at the high school.
"Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can." - Arthur Ashe.
Today, the Class of 2019 gathered for a class photo, prior to graduation practice, followed by the Senior Clap Out between rehearsals.
Thank you for sharing this photo & video, Mr. Dille!
LHS Class of 2019 Clap Out Video
One of the main reasons our LHS Choirs recently received the Varsity Brands School Spirit Award is because of their willingness to share their musical talents throughout the district, & beyond, to inspire everyone to be kind & inclusive of all, while having a high level of school and community pride. Today, the members of 328 joined together, one last time, in the LHS hallways, for a special send off to the seniors on their last day!
Join the Logan High School Choir and Theatre Departments for a night of Broadway and other songs! Students and teachers from LHS will share some of their favorite songs from musicals and movies in this informal concert in the LHS Theatre Lobby.
According to Logan-Hocking School District Treasurer, Paul Shaw, there is a truly historic, once in a lifetime community event taking place at the Logan High School Chieftain Stadium this Memorial Day. On the morning of May 27, 2019, at 8:30 am, the public is invited to attend a very significant Memorial Day Flag, Flag Pole, and POW/MIA Chair Dedication Ceremony.
The Logan High School Sophomore Class Council sponsored a highly successful Pencil Drive, during which they collected nearly 2,400 pencils!
The inspiration for the drive came from the poem, "Cause I Ain't Got a Pencil," by Joshua T. Dickerson. The poem is about a student, who has an extremely rough home life, being yelled at by a teacher for not having a pencil, when not having a pencil is the least of his worries.
Thank you to Mr. Stone & our LHS TV-2 students for providing the weekly district news through your always informative, professional, & entertaining Chieftain Reports. It's hard to believe we've reached the final show of the school year!
Today's report is full of important highlights, such as: summer school, local & international news, weather, recycling, sports, & returning library resources & chrome books, but the senior interviews serve as a reminder of how quickly time passes.
Have you heard about the special Memorial Day event taking place at Chieftain Stadium? Brice Berry's final Chieftain Chat show airs this morning at 7:15AM, so tune into 98.3 SAM FM or 103.3 WLGN to hear his interview with LHSD Treasurer, Paul Shaw, who will give you all the details on what he describes as a "truly historic, once in a lifetime community event"!
Congratulations to each of these seniors for obtaining their National Academy of Sports Medicine Personal Training Certifications at Tri-County Career Center! A special shout out to our Logan seniors, Seth Barnes (far left) & Kaden McQuaide (far right)! We are very proud of you both! #NASM