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
Have you ever wondered... -how caffeine effects athletic performance? -how communication effects the success rates of surgical procedures? -about the use of pain relievers? -about the causes & treatments of allergies?
Logan High School is proud to present its 16th Annual Student Talent Show, on Friday, May 17th. Two performances will be presented - a student matinee during the school day, and an evening performance open to the public, at 7pm - in the Logan High School Theatre.
On Thursday, May 16th, the LHS Theatre Department will present its final performances of the year. Acting I and Acting II classes will present a total of four one act plays, and four scenes. This semester's Acting I plays are: Anybody for Tea? by CB Gilford, The Overcoat adapted by Tim Kelly, This is a Test by Stephen Gregg, and Ladies of the Tower by Ruth Perry and Tim Kelly.
Teachers, Students, Parents, and Support Staff, It has been my honor to join Logan Hocking Schools and serve as High School Principal for the last three years. I have watched this year's Seniors grow academically and emotionally since they were young sophomores. It will be with great pride that I send them off at Graduation as Alumni Members of the Chieftain Nation! What a great group of young men and women we are graduating! Logan High School will miss you but we know that it is time for ...
Congratulations to our High School Archery team, for shooting a 3389 & placing 22nd, out of 271 teams at Nationals! Awesome job to those who had their personal bests this weekend & a big shout out to Noah Ruffner who won the centershot & placed 4th in the nation, out of 2,600, at the bullseye shoot. We are very proud of you all!
Congratulations, Chieftain Spotlight Winners! Thank you to all who submitted nominations for the March Chieftain Spotlight Awards. Teachers nominate students each month and Mrs. Atkinsí class gathers the nominations and delivers the awards.
Logan High School Chapter 3083 of the Tri-M Music National Honor Society conducted its first induction ceremony, in over 25 years, on May 1, 2019 in the Logan High School Theatre Lobby. The chapter has been inactive since the early 1990s. Thirty-two new members were chosen for membership in the society, whose purpose is to recognize high school music students who excel in scholarship, leadership, character, and service.
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