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  • Logan Volleyball to compete at Sub-State Saturday

    The #2 seeded Logan/Palco Volleyball team will travel to Otis/Bison on Saturday, Oct. 24 to compete in the Class 1A DII Sub-State Volleyball tournament.  Winners will compete in the Quarterfinals on Tuesday at a site to be determined.  Good Luck Lady Trojans!

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  • If my child gets sick at school, when can they return to school?

    Please see the above graphic to determine when your child can return to school if they are sent home for sickness.

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  • Help Wanted at Logan Schools



    Logan USD #326 has the following employment opportunities available:


    Custodian (Full Time)

    Asst. Cook (Full Time)

    Route Bus Driver (CDL Required)

    Activity Bus Driver (CDL Required)


    The full-time positions offer fringe benefit packages which include retirement (KPERS) and health insurance.

    For more information contact David Kirkendall at 785-689-7595.

    Logan USD #326 is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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  • 2020-21 Logan School Reopening Plan

    Logan USD 326 will start school August 27.  While this is our current plan, items are subject to change based on factors beyond our control.  We intend to offer sports as well, although plans have not be finalized.  Please read the following links:

    What to Expect

    USD 326 Reopening Plan

    FAQ 326

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  • Schools still benefit from Box Tops

    Dear Families, The Box Tops for Education program is changing the way we can earn cash for our school! Over the summer, participating brands have begun to change their packaging from the traditional Box Tops clip to the new Box Tops label.

    Going forward, instead of clipping from packages and checking expiration dates, all Box Tops will be earned digitally by scanning your receipt. The Box Tops for Education team has worked hard to build a NEW-and-improved, user-friendly Box Tops mobile app, available now. The new app features state-of-the-art technology that allows you to scan your store receipt, find participating products and instantly add Box Tops to our school's earnings online.


    If you still have traditional Box Tops clips at home, make sure to send them to school. We will still earn cash for all clipped Box Tops until they expire. Better yet, you can “double dip” during the packaging transition by clipping traditional Box Tops AND scanning your store receipt containing participating products. Thanks for helping our school get what it needs!


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  • Logan USD 326 to offer free meals

    The Kansas State Department of Education's Child Nutrition and Wellness team and Logan school district are teaming up to keep Kansas children fed.

    FREE MEALS for children ages 1-18 will be provided at the following times and locations beginning Monday, March 30, 2020 through the last day of regularly scheduled school.

    MEALS are Grab 'n Go - Walk or Drive - Curbside Pick Up - Children Must Be Present

    Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:30-12:30 - Monday & Wednesday - 2 lunches and 2 breakfasts will be provided; Friday - 1 lunch and 1 breakfast will be provided.

    Logan High School

    Prairie View Community Center

    Each location will provide meals for all children ages 1-18; children must be present to pick up meals.  


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  • Important information for schools regarding the coronavirus


    Today, March 17, 2020 Governor Laura Kelly announced all school facilities will be closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. This will place tremendous hardship on our families and staff, and impact the social and emotional well-being of our students.

    We have been working on contingency plans since mid-March, including how we can meet the ongoing learning needs of our students and provide breakfast and lunch for our students.

    Staff will plan next week in preparation for continuous learning which includes face to face with groups less than ten, on-line, and packet learning.  This will not be traditional school. There will be grab and go breakfast and lunch available beginning March 30 as continuous learning begins that day.  We will have plans in place by March 27.

    Our staff and board of education are also working on other critical issues, such as what this means for our seniors, how this will affect next school year and what impact this will have on our employees. We will provide updates on these issues as soon as the information is available.

    We are committed to working together as a community to support one another throughout these unprecedented times, and communication will remain a top priority.  Information will be shared via Facebook, Twitter, text alert, and KKAN/KQMA.

    As a reminder, this school closure is in response to the current public health crisis. The focus should remain on preventing the spread the coronavirus, or COVID-19 as it is also referred to.

    Please be mindful of the following:

    • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.

    • Cover your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing (cough/sneeze into your sleeve or a tissue).

    • Please keep sick children at home.

    • Avoid close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms.

    Follow additional guidance from these sources:

    Michael E. Gower

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