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    New TV presentations decorate hallways

    It's Show Time!!

    The 6th grade class has been busy creating slide shows for the new TVs in the high school and elementary hallways.  While the students have had fun researching topics such as riddles and weird jobs, the presentations also include interesting facts, weather and the Week Ahead.  This is also a great place for student reminders.  The next time you are at the school for a ball game or concert, take a look!  

    Way to go 6th graders!!

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    Logan Schools to host Veterans Day Celebration on Nov. 9

    Logan Veterans Day Celebration

    Friday, Nov. 9, 2:00 p.m.

    Logan School Auditorium

    Reception Following

    Public Welcome


    All Veterans (and their families)  are invited - especially those in the Logan Community.  

    Veterans:  please RSVP to Jess at 785-689-4631 or Vesta Jo at 785-543-1841 by Nov. 7.  

    Thank you for your service!

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    Musicians to perform at district concerts

    The NW District of KMEA has announced selection of the District Junior High Honor Band and Choir and the District High School Honor Jazz Band.  Five students from Logan have been selected.  Representing Logan Junior High in the choir will be seventh grader Emma Schwenn and eighth graders, Levi Rust and Kylee Uhland.  Selected for the Junior High Honor Band is seventh grader Cydnee Rider.  She will play in the trumpet section.  Performing in the High School Honor Jazz band will be Madison Gottstine, junior, on trumpet. Madison was selected first chair.  Both trumpet players auditioned on required music.  The students will attend an all day rehearsal on November 3 at Hays High School.  The concert will begin at 3:30 p.m.  Admission is $5 for adults and students are free.  Mrs. Vesta Jo Still is the music director.

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    Matt Kirkendall rewarded as Kansas Honor Scholar

    A Kansas University tradition since 1971, the Kansas Honor Scholar Program rewards seniors for ranking academically in the top 10 percent of their class.  Matthew Kirkendall was honored from Logan on Oct. 18 during a ceremony held at Thomas-More Prep in Hays.  

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    Help Celebrate Disabilities Awareness Week!

    Aaron shows his super power with his "Awareness" shirt!  Aaron wants to remind everyone that October is "Disabilities Awareness Month."  He has put up a bulletin board and several posters around the school to promote his project.  On Oct. 17, he is encouraging all students and staff to wear an "Awareness" shirt, button or wristband to support a cause of their choice.   

    Remember, "Always Be Kind...See the Person, Not the Disability."

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    Marching Band earns I-rating at State Fair

    In the dark morning hours on Monday, Sept. 10, 18 Logan Band students sleepily climbed on the bus for their annual trek to Hutchinson to perform at the Kansas State Fair. After some initial confusion, the band made their way through the fairgrounds and performed at the Bretz and Young Arena.  The band played, “Louie, Louie” and “The School Fight Song” for the audience which included three judges.  For their efforts, the band received a “1” rating.  The judges complimented the band on their good sound and straight lines.  The time and efforts put forth during early morning practices paid off.  Vesta Jo Still is the director.  Congratulations, band!

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  • 2018-19 School Supply List

    The end of summer is drawing near, and school is just around the corner!  Click the link below to find the 2018-19 School Supply List for ALL Logan students PreK-Grade 12.

    Many updates have taken place with technology and the building facilities this summer, and teachers are ready to get started on the new year!  Enjoy your last few weeks, and we will see you at Enrollment on Wed., Aug. 8!

    2018-19 PreK-12 School Supply List

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    Heart Stopping News

     Logan Schools have been awarded grant money from the Phillips County Community Foundation to purchase two artificial defibrillator (AED) machines.  These machines will be accessible to benefit those in cases of emergency.  The staff, students, community members of Logan and those from visiting schools will greatly appreciate the availability of these machines.  USD 326 is grateful for the opportunity to apply for grant money and the generosity of the Phillips County Community Foundation.  Pictured are Lane Stapleton and Hunter Hogan Co-Student Council Presidents and Principal David Kirkendall. 


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