Contact a KAY member for your Valentine's Day Balloons! Orders are due Feb. 8!
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The 2nd quarter/1st semester report cards for Logan students in the 5th to 12th grades are complete. They will not be mailed out, but if you would like a copy of your child's report card, please contact the school at 689-7574. The grades posted on PowerSchool should reflect the final grades of the 2nd quarter.
On Saturday, Dec. 1, Logan High School celebrated their 56th annual Winter Formal coronation and dance. The evening began with Junior Class Student Council representatives Emma Rust and Hunter Hogan introducing the Mr. and Miss LHS candidates including: Michael Daniels (son of Cory Daniels and Christy Stanton), Matthew Kirkendall (son of David and Donna Kirkendall), Colby Leggett (son of Mark and Rachelle Leggett), Melissa Leiker (daughter of Paul and Michelle Prewo and Danny Leiker), Brianna Pinkerton (daughter of Rob and Lisa Pinkerton) and Elsie Prather (daughter of Brad and Nova Bates and Leon Prather). The first grade attendants were Tobin Kats (son of Mark and Anissa Kats) and Graysen Becker (daughter of Shaun and Tiffany Becker.)
Student Council co-presidents Camryn Greving and Dawson Goble then announced the Colby Leggett as Mr. LHS and Brianna Pinkerton as Miss LHS.
Following the royalty procession to the song "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" by Aerosmith, Emma Rust closed the ceremony. Pictures were taken, and the students moved to the small gym for the dance.
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!!
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.
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!