Important Make-Up Day Schedule
Notice to all Logan Elm High school Parents/Guardians and Students:
Per 2013-14 school calendar, Logan Elm Schools will be in session on May 16, 23, 30, June 2, 3 and 4. This tentative plan may be adjusted pending a vote on the calamity day bill in the Ohio General Assembly. Please check back for updates.
If a student does not have all materials needed to complete a blizzard bag assignment, the school and teachers will work with the student upon their return to school to complete the assignment in a timely manner.
This past weekend the 2014 Ohio Governor's Youth Art Show Regional judging took place at Amanda Clearcreek High School. The following students has a work or works representing the Logan Elm High School's Art Department this weekend at the State Competition in Hilliard. Students are as follows:
Jenna Hamner, Chrisandra Polacek, Nathan Porter, Justin Haynes, Taylor Bowling, Will Presson, Jordan Rhoads, Zach Chalfin, Dominic Vagnier, Taylor Romine
Congratulations to each student who participated in the Regional Show and Good luck to the works going on the State this weekend.
February 17, 2014
Dear Parents/Guardians and Students,
Beginning on Monday, March 10th through Friday, March 14th, Logan Elm High School will be administering the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT). All sophomores as well as juniors and seniors still needing to pass one or more sections are required to participate in the testing. State law requires students to pass all five sections of the OGT in order to graduate from high school. Please read the following information carefully in regards to important testing information:
OGT Testing Schedule
|Monday, March 10th||Reading|
|Tuesday, March 11th||Math|
|Wednesday, March 12th||Writing|
|Thursday, March 13th||Science|
|Friday, March 14th||Social Studies|
It’s Logan Elm vs. SODDY DAISY HIGH SCHOOL from SODDY DAIS, TN in the 2014 FundingFactory Recycling Rumble—and you’ve got what it takes for us to out-recycle the competition!
Drop off your empty laser and inkjet cartridges and used cell phones, iPods, MP3 players, GPS devices, and digital cameras now thru April 15th. With each item you contribute, we’ll be closer to earning a 25% fundraising bonus and winning huge cash prizes!
Drop off here:
Logan Elm High School Office
9575 Tarlton Road | Circleville, OH 43113
Dear Students, Parents, Guardians and Members of our Logan Elm Community:
This letter is designed to introduce to you the Blizzard Bag program, adopted by the Logan Elm Board of Education. The idea of a Blizzard Bag is basic: on a snow day or an unexpected calamity day, students will now have the opportunity to complete school work at home using Blizzard Bags created by their teachers.
The State of Ohio has approved the Logan Elm Schools proposal for this option in making up calamity days. This should help us to be able to follow the original school calendar for Graduation Exercises and the final day of school for the 2013-2014 school year.
Our goal of continuing the educational process without interruption and keeping all students safe in hazardous weather conditions is much more feasible with this program.
Students who have Internet access and computer will be able to access some course work online. Some lessons will be passed out in class to be completed on paper with no Internet access needed. Lessons are to be returned to the classroom teacher upon the student’s return to school. If, however, Internet access is needed to complete the on line course, students who do not have Internet and working computer will have two weeks to complete the work.
We believe that this educational option is in the best interest of all students to make certain that course work is not interrupted by days out of school.
This is a new approach to weather and emergency related closings and academic achievement. As with anything new, we may find that we need to make some changes to the program. We welcome your helpful and constructive comments.