April 29th updates from LEHS
We have received several questions regarding 4th quarter grades. We have stated throughout the closure that students need to be engaged in their classes. If students are engaged, they will pass the 4th nine weeks.
Unfortunately due to health regulations we have decided to cancel our Prom for 2020.
Senior Cap and Gown pickup is May 6th from 9:30-11:00 in front of the HS. Seniors will be able to pay fees at this time and pick up/return any materials from school.
Students may begin returning school materials, cleaning out lockers, and collecting any other materials beginning May 11th. In an effort to reduce the amount of people in the building at one time, you must contact the HS office to schedule an appointment.
We will begin announcing our “Senior Awards” program virtually on May 18th. We will announce these awards in small batches throughout the week.
Seniors will be presented their diplomas on May 17th beginning at 1:00pm on the football field. Seniors and families will be given an assigned time, according to the standard order of graduation, to report to the stadium to receive their diploma. The assigned times will be posted tomorrow afternoon. The presentation of diplomas will be recorded by “Storied Rivals” and released at 7:30 pm on May 22nd. A detailed plan is posted on the website.
Students and Guardians,
Once again, I hope that everyone is
healthy and staying engaged in their education during this time apart.
Our teachers have continued to post weekly activities/lessons on
their individual Google Classrooms, host online meetings with classes, email
with students, talk with students over the phone, and create activities for
students who are unable to complete activities online. PLEASE
encourage your child to check their school email and their Google
Classrooms. If they are unable to access their email, please contact Mr.
Hugus or myself at 474-7503. If your child does not have
access to the internet please use the Offline activities included to keep your
child engaged. All of these activities, online and offline, are optional and
designed to keep your student engaged in their education.
Mr. Williams and I have been in
constant communication regarding your end of the year activities, i.e. senior
awards, prom, and graduation. We are waiting to hear
more guidance from the Department of Education and the Health Department
regarding these large gatherings and the likelihood of these events in the near
future. These events are a treasured experience for you and
your families and we will do everything in our power to make sure you are able
to experience these in some format. As these decisions are made, we
will share the details with you immediately.
If you are a senior concerned
about not meeting requirements for graduation please contact Mrs. King, Miss
Straub, or Mr. Smith at 474-7503.
Logan Elm will continue to offer
offline activities during the statewide school closure period. In addition,
Logan Elm Schools is in the process of collecting information on the technology
needs of households within our district. Please contact your building principal
if you are in need of a technology device within your household, for the
1. Your child completing work from
their academic teachers.
2. Your child remaining in contact
with their teachers.
At this time 3rd nine
weeks grades have been finalized. If you have questions regarding the 3rd nine
weeks grades, please contact your teacher. The 4th nine
weeks grades will be calculated based off the blizzard bags and
work completed when we return to school. IF, we do not return to school
your final grades will be calculated based on a prorated points scale using 1st, 2nd,
and 3rd quarter
grades along with your mid-term exam grade.
Breakfast and Lunch
Logan Elm will be distributing
breakfast and lunch to students in need at LEHS and Laurelville Elementary from
9:30-12:00 on Monday.
Good afternoon, this message is for all Logan Elm HS students. On Monday, March 16, LEHS will be open from 8:00am to 7:00pm for students to pick up any needed items, this includes blizzard bags, drop off 3rd quarter assignments, and for parents to pick up any needed medication. Blizzard bags are posted online and students should be working on these next week. At this time ALL events are postponed until further notice and any additional information and updates can be found on the LEHS website. If you have any questions please contact the office at 474-7503 or email your teacher. Thank you and have a great weekend.
The scheduling season has
arrived already and it is time to make decisions regarding your coursework for
the next school year. The courses you select here at Logan Elm will help
prepare you for the next step in your life, whether that be a career or
college. With those next steps in mind it is crucial that you discuss with your
parents, teachers, and counselors what your goals are for the years ahead.
Dear LEHS Community,
are the culture we want to see. It is
often said that sports teams take on the identity of their coach. Their behaviors, work ethic, attitude,
toughness, and attention to detail are a reflection of their coach. The same could be said for education regarding
a district, building, and our classrooms.
I wish I had a clicker to count every time someone in the public
commented on our students and how well they represent our district and
community. This is a fact! It is a direct reflection of our families,
teachers, bus drivers, cooks, custodians, secretaries, aides, and the daily
interaction they have with our students.
We constantly build the culture we want through the way we treat our
kids. This culture is not built
overnight, it’s built through consistency.