Logan Elm's NHS members are working with the Ohio Chapter 10 "For the Troops" Blue Star Mothers of America to collect and donate items to send to our troops who are currently deployed. NHS members will be collecting donations at the high school starting Monday, December 15 through Friday, January 30. Collection boxes will be located in Mrs. Hamner's room (22) and the high school office. Please say "thank you" by donating to these brave men and women who give of themselves all year long. Below is a shopping list of suggested items provided by the Blue Star Mothers.
Most requested items:
- Beef Jerky
- Coffee & Hot Chocolate Packs
- Protein Bars
- AA & AAA Batteries
- Dried Fruit & Nuts
- Oatmeal Packs
- Pop Tarts
Mr. Beavers's Psychology classes were given the option of creating a Children's Educational Video to replace their Midterm Exam. If an individual or group of students decided to create this video, it had to follow certain guidelines. For example, the videos needed to have four songs, two of which would be original. It also needed to incorporate proper techniques to capture the attention of toddlers...not an easy thing to accomplish. In essence, the creators of the video needed to be understand the basics of child psychology and educational theory. Finally, students needed to explain at the end of the video why their video was appropriate for capturing the attention of toddler-aged children.
Jackie Richardson, Madison Allen, and Emily Vanbuskirk wrote, produced, filmed, and performed the video that is linked above. Mr. Beavers was highly impressed with their work and wanted to share it with the rest of the Logan Elm community. Great job, ladies! Please continue to hone and develop your talents so we can enjoy more quality productions!
November Sr. Allied Health Spotlight Student
School Activities: Lindsey is involved in NHS and HOSA-community service chair
Employed at: She is employed at Sears as a cashier.
Career Goals: To become a nurse practitioner.
Colleges: She currently has been accepted to Rio Grande and Wilmington College
Why did you select Allied Health? I am interested in the nursing field and thought this program would allow me to see if it was something I wanted to do in the future.
How is it helping prepare you for your career goals? I am learning skills required by nurses and medical terminology.
What did you learn in the past month? This month we learned how to create a sterile field, how to change a sterile dressing and how to remove sutures & staples.
Lindsey Brown Spotlight
November Junior Allied Health Spotlight Student
School Activities: Student Union, United Way, HOSA social committee
Career Goals: To go to Mount Carmel and become an RN
Why did you select Allied Health? I knew it would prepare for my future.
How is it helping prepare you for your career goals? It is helping me discover what is in store for me and give me a general idea of what to expect.
What did you learn in the past month? This month we have learned- infection control, fire safety, and restraints.
Senior picture, baby picture, and senior quote are due by January 9th. All items can be turned into the high school office or emailed to Mrs. Zawacki at [email protected]
Senior Picture Requirements: Photo must be portrait (up and down, not landscape), be a head shot (should not be of your whole body) and be free of props (animals, sunglasses, hats, etc.).
Baby Picture Requirements: Photos must be of clothed babies (no potty training/bath pictures)
Senior Quote Requirements: Must be a short quote, saying, or song lyric. You must give credit to the author if it is not original. These will be edited so make sure they are school appropriate. Fill out this Google Form to submit your quote: http://goo.gl/r7pxVY