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    4th Graders Receive High-Powered Microscopes

    The 4th graders were surprised by Mr. Kirkendall. There were six high-powered microscopes waiting for them in their classroom when they returned from a trip downtown. Right away the 4th graders started looking through the microscopes. They looked at onion cells, hair, shrimp, and frog water. After seeing the moving organisms in the frog water, 4th grader Lylah Voss said, “That was astonishing!” The new microscopes are better than their old ones because they don’t have to adjust a mirror for light. The 4th graders plan to look at many more things including their cheek cells and a piece of snake skin. The microscopes make them feel like real scientists. When asked about the microscopes, 4th grader Case Ashmore said, “They are the best thing that we’ve done all year!”

    Written by: Case, Stanley, Gavin, Austin, Savannah, and Lylah

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    KAY to host babysitting for parent teacher conferences

    With Parent Teacher conferences coming up, there will be FREE babysitting in the lunchroom.  KAY will be providing these services on Monday and Tuesday, Oct 23-24 in the lunchroom from 4:30-8:00pm.  Games and food will be provided.   Kids are also welcome to bring food and games.  If you have any questions, please contact Becky Jones at the school. 

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    Robin Van Laeys leads volleyball team to 500 wins!

    On Tuesday, Aug. 29 the high school volleyball team traveled to Brewster to face the Titans of Brewster and Bulldogs of Golden Plains.  The Trojans were victorious in defeating both teams in 2 sets.  The first win of the evening was eventful and will go down in history as the 500th career win for head coach Robin Van Laeys who has led the Trojan volleyball program since 1992.
     
    The past 25 years have proven to be successful for the Trojans as Coach Van Laeys has led her team to the state volleyball tournament eight times with 4- 4th place finishes and a state championship title in 2015.  The Trojans have impressively averaged 20 wins per season for the past 25 years.  On Friday, Sept. 1, past and present volleyball players joined Coach Van Laeys on the track during halftime of the football game to be recognized.  Congratulations to the Logan Trojans and Coach Robin Van Laeys.  We are proud of you!
     
     
    In the first match against Triplains Brewster, the scores were 25-13, 25-10.
    Team serving - 85.4% 5 aces, Lexi Hilburn 4/4, Harlee Voss 10/11
    Team Hitting - 46/51 17 kills, Camryn Greving 6/9 5 kills, Ryann Kats 19/19 7 kills
    Setting - Brianna Pinkerton 10/11 3 assists, Camryn Greving 12/12 4 assists, Ryann Kats 18/18 4 assists
     
    In the second match, Logan defeated Golden Plains  6-24, 25-16.
    Team serving - 90% 9 aces, Ryann Kats 13/13 6 aces, Lexi Hilburn 8/8, Brianna Pinkerton 7/7 1 ace
    Team Hitting - 48/60 12 kills, Lexi Hilburn 6/6 2 kills
    Serve Receive - Camryn Greving led with 8 passes at a 2.12 average
    Setting - Brianna Pinkerton 28/30 5 assists  
     
    "It was time for us to get on the floor and see where we are right now.  The lack of experience did show last night as our consistency was lacking, however I was very pleased with how we responded to the difficulties.  We seemed to keep our cool and get right back in the fight.  I know that we will take these games as a starting point and begin our work to improve in every outing," said Coach Robin Van Laeys. 
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  • 2017-18 PreK-12 School Supply List

    With the start of school being just around the corner, it's time to start thinking about school supplies.  Please click on the link below to view this year's list.  Enjoy the rest of your summer break, and we look forward to seeing you soon!!

    2017-2018 School Supply List

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    Students tending to school garden

    Several FFA students have been watering and weeding the garden at the school this summer.  They harvested their first potato today!
     
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    Students participate in Feed the Funnel program

    Ryann Kats, Matthew Kirkendall, Mollie Sammons and Nate Cruz had the opportunity to attend the Feed the Funnel event at the 89th Annual Kansas State FFA Convention at Manhattan, KS.  The team of four met at the Stout Center and assembled and packaged soup mixes for the hungry across the State of Kansas.  They were allowed to take home 62 pounds of food for their own community.  The Logan FFA Chapter decided to give the food to the Phillips County Food Pantry.  
     
    Madison Gottstine, Nate Cruz, Toni Jenner and Tag-a-long Hayden Gottstine traveled to Phillipsburg on June 21 to deliver the food that was made and packaged to the Food pantry.  They got to tour the food pantry and learn how the food that they give is distributed to the people who are in need.  They also had the opportunity to help the pantry stock the shelves with the food they brought.  This opportunity allowed the students to go away with a new understanding of giving.
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