Available now, is this month's family newsletter, Parents Still Make the Difference.
Students at Logan High School worked hard to create the Game of Life to celebrate Red Ribbon Week! Thank you to our school counselors and students who led the activities this week.
Congratulations to Trinity Rafferty for winning first place in the "What It Means to Be Gifted" writing contest.
Congratulations to Logan High School on being designated by the State Support Team as a recipient of the Ohio PBIS Bronze Award for 2021-2022.
Olivia Rayburn and Sophia Parry have been hard at work packing after-school meal bags for students to take home. Students can stop at the cart on the way out of the building in the afternoons to grab a meal pack.
Red Ribbon Week, October 24-28, 2022.
See attachment for LHS October News.
Mr. Teal and Mrs. Burns' 3rd Period Biology class holding the model of a polysaccharide. The model is built from individual paper links which each represent a monomer of the ring form of glucose. Sophomores in all LHS Biology classes each made a glucose monomer and added it to the chain as it traveled from class to class during the Macromolecules unit.
Here is a sneak peek at the equipment shelf organizers that students completing their Engineering Capstone course are making for the Chieftain Center weight room. Christian Williams designed the shelves.
The Logan AFJROTC Raider Team competed in a physical fitness challenge on Saturday, October 1st. They competed in 11 different events, placing 1st place in the Rope Climb and were very competitive in numerous other events throughout the day.
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