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    Band earns a I-rating!

    For the second time in three years, the Logan High School Band earned a I rating at the State Large Group Festival.  On April 19, the band performed at Colby High School for three judges. They played, Trails of Glory by James Swearingen and Big Circus March by Robert E. Foster. The judges were complimentary of the work done by the students saying it was an impressive performance and very well done. Logan was the first band to perform that day.  All three judges scored the band at the highest level. Vesta Jo Still is the director.


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    Seniors to participate in All-Star games

    Three Logan High seniors have been selected to play in post-season All-star games.  Congratulations to these student-athletes on your successes!  Best wishes as you compete in your respective games representing Logan High School.

    Riley Allen has been selected to play in the Kansas 8-Man All-star Football Game in Beloit, KS on Saturday, June 9.

    Ryann Kats has been selected to play in the North Central Kansas All-star Games on Sunday, April 15 in Concordia, KS at 5 PM.  Earlier this school year, Ryann participated in the Colby All-star volleyball matches.

    Colton Greving has been selected to play in the Northwest Kansas All-star Basketball Classic in Colby, KS on Sunday, April 8 at 6:00 PM.



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    Logan JH track order of events

    Logan Junior High track order of events will be listed here as we receive them.

    4/5/18 Norton JH Invitational Order of Events

    4/12/18 Husky JH Invite Order of Events

    4/23/18 Hill City JH Track Meet Order of Events

    5/3/18 Logan Invite Order of Events

    5/11/18 WKLL JH Order of Events





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    Students adventure to College and Career Day

    On March 26th, Logan schools had their 2nd Annual College and Career Day.  It was a great day that involved all students in grades 8 to 12.  For many years, the juniors and seniors have concluded the year of career research with a one-day job shadow at various jobs in Phillips and surrounding counties.  Students were sent to various jobs such as accounting, diesel mechanics, and athletic training. Most came back very excited about their chosen field!  During the college aspect of the day, 8th -10th graders visited a college, where they received general campus tours, tours of individual programs and saw the equipment they use, visited with admission counselors and financial aid counselors, sat in on a class and enjoyed lunch on campus.  The 8th graders traveled to Goodland where they toured NWK Tech.  Freshmen were taken to Colby Community College in Colby and the sophomores were at University of Nebraska at Kearney for the day.  The day was a success as many conversations about goals and life after Logan High School have been happening!  Thank you so very much to all who hosted a Logan student for the day of job shadow.  Your time and expertise are much appreciated.

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    Logan HS Track Order of Events

    April 5 Norton Invitational Order of Events

    April 10 Triplains Invitational Order of Events

    April 20 Osborne Track Meet Order of Events


    April 27 78th ANNUAL BELOIT RELAYS Order of Events

    May 4 Colby Invitational Order of Events

    May 11 WKLL Order of Events (Logan)

    May 18 Regional Order of Events (Colby)


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  • Order your 17-18 Yearbook!!

    2017-18 Yearbook Orders March 23 - April 13


    The LHS Yearbook staff will be selling 2017-18 yearbooks from March 23 – April 13.  If you wish to order a book, forms should be returned to one of the offices or to a yearbook staff member by Friday, April 13 or mailed to Logan High School, P.O. Box 98, Logan, KS  67646.  Yearbooks cost $35 and checks should be made payable to LHS Yearbook.  Books not ordered before April 13 will be $40.  ALL BOOKS ORDERS MUST BE RECEIVED BY MAY 1!  The staff will not purchase extra books. 


    Yearbooks can be personalized with ONE LINE of text for $5 and up to 4 icons at $3 for EACH icon.  The icons are shown on the form at the link below.  If you would like an icon, you MUST order one line of text.  If you have any questions, please contact Shannon Kats at 689-7574.


    Yearbook Order Form

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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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    Plant & Soil Science Flower of the Month

    Flower of the Month winners are:

    January - Vesta Jo Still

    November - Karen Clements

    October - Glenda Rust

    September - Becky Jones

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  • How to change your contact info in the school alert system

    This fall, Logan USD #326 changed their alert system to a PowerSchool program titled SwiftK12.  If your phone number or email has changed, you can update this information yourself in PowerSchool.  Just follow the directions below.  

    Changing contact information in SwiftK12

    Thank you for keeping this information current in the school's system.  

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