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ACT review

Junior and Senior families,

     We are offering an ACT review session on December 14th.  Pickaway WORKS has coordinated this review session with an ACT expert to help your child perform better on the ACT.  It is an all day workshop held in the LEHS library.  The cost is $60, however I am willing to pay for the first 20 students who register.  We only have 7 students registered at this time and the minimum number for this session is 20.  Please register using the following link, https://pickawayworks.org/actworkshop/


Please contact [email protected] with any questions.

Mid Term Exams

LEHS will be administering mid-term exams on 12/19 and 12/20 using the following schedule.
Monday                                Tuesday
1st              7:55-9:24                7th period
2nd              9:27-10:56                8th period
4th              10:59-11:42              4th
5th              11:45-12:28              5th
6th              12:31-1:12               6th
3rd              1:15-2:33               Make up exam time/PBIS fun day

Industrial Arts Club and FFA provide meals

Our Industrial Arts Club and FFA joined forces to provide Thanksgiving meals to 12 families this year.  This has become a tradition for these groups, and they have worked together for many years to provide for the families in our community. 

Josten's Senior Information

Veteran's Day Assembly

Logan Elm HS and McDowell Middle School spent Friday morning honoring Veteran's Day with a school wide assembly.  We were fortunate enough have Mr. John Edgar address our student body and share what being a Veteran has meant to him over his life.  Our student councils were also able to present a check to the Military Veterans Resource Center for over $2,000 to help feed our local veterans who are in need.  Thank you to our student body the respect you showed our Veterans on Friday.

Project LIFT

Several of our students are participating in Project LIFT and gaining valuable work experience with several great community partners.  
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High School Open House

We will be hosting another open house for families to visit our building and talk with our teachers on 11/2 from 5:00-6:00.  No appointment is necessary.  

Football Playoff Game

Playoff tickets go on sale tonight at 6:00 PM.  Tickets are only available online through the OHSAA website.  No sales at the gate and no cash at the gate.  Kids under 6 are free but everyone else will need a ticket.  Go to https://ohsaa.hometownticketing.com/embed/event/17221 and click on Football then Division IV Region 15. 
There was some misinformation out yesterday about game time. The game will be played this Friday, October 28 at 7:00 PM. NOT SATURDAY! Although we are hosting the game, this is an OHSAA Tournament game, not an Logan Elm Home game. Therefore, no passes can be accepted. Everyone over the age of 5 will need to purchase a ticket through the OHSAA website. Please make sure our grandparents and other seniors are made aware that they will need to buy tickets.


Thank you,
Eric Karshner
Logan Elm High School Athletics Administration

LE Industrial Maintenance Class Barn Project

Art contest winners

The following students are winners of the Circleville Herald's Pumpkin show cover contest this year.
Beside their name is the company or organization who chose their artwork and sponsored their work.
* Aubree Jo Walker / Circleville Herald
Aurora O'Phelan / Health Care Logistics
Casie Gaskin / Elite Construction Design Management LLC 

Aurora and Casie will be awarded $100. 

Aubree will be awarded $200 and her work will be featured on the front cover of the Herald Pumpkin Show Edition.

Congratulations to all three young ladies!

School Pictures

Our school pictures are now available.  Please see the information below for ordering.

YOUR PHOTOS ARE READY! Good news! JostensPIX was recently at your school to photograph picture day,
and your student's photos are now available for viewing and ordering!
Click on the button below to get started.VIEW AND ORDER PHOTOS HERE
https://shop.jostenspix.comPHOTOS NOT APPEARING IN YOUR GALLERY?
FIND YOUR STUDENT USING EVENT CODE: FE201122DID YOU KNOW?
  • You can personalize your photos with a variety of backgrounds and
    text
  • Photos are shipped directly to your home
  • High-res digital downloads are available
  • If you have more than one child, you can order together and pay
    once

PCCYL Banquet

On Sunday evening, August 28th, Pickaway County recognized many of the top leaders in our schools at the annual Pickaway County Council on Youth Leadership Banquet.  Logan Elm was represented by Lance Berard, Ava Neff, Lana Smith, Rachel Thompson, Allison Weller, and Kinley Whited, (not pictured Luke Thompson) which was the most representatives of all county schools!  PCCYL is a member of the National Council on Youth Leadership and is the only chapter in the state of Ohio.  Students write an essay titled "What makes me a leader" and are interviewed by the council.  The council chooses one essay winner for the county, this year the winner was our very own Allison Weller!  They also recognize a Walter Hall Community Service Award winner for the county, and once again Allison Weller was the recipient of this award.  Allison received $200 for each of these awards!

The council ultimately recognizes one representative from each district as a youth leader and sends these students to a national conference on leadership and one additional student as an alternate.  The representative receives a $1,000 scholarship and the alternate receives a $500 scholarship.  This year the conference is being held virtually and Ava Neff was recognized at the Logan Elm leader and Rachel Thompson was recognized as the Logan Elm alternate. 

On a side note, PCCYL is chaired by long time Logan Elm employee Bill Frost!

Mental Health Series for Parents

Logan Elm School District Celebrates Its AP Capstone Diploma Recipients


For Immediate Release: August 26, 2022

 

Logan Elm School District Celebrates Its AP Capstone Diploma Recipients

 

Over 2,200 schools participated in the AP Capstone Diploma program, a project-based learning

experience valued by colleges and universities across the U.S. and around the world.

 

Circleville, Ohio - At Logan Elm High School, 4 students have earned the AP Seminar and Research Certificate during the 2021-22 school year. The AP Capstone program helps students develop the critical thinking, research, collaboration, and presentation skills that are critical for academic success.

 

“We proudly recognize the achievements of students who participated in the AP Capstone Diploma program,” said Nate Smith. “Our AP Capstone students and teachers showed extraordinary commitment while facing historic challenges. This is a meaningful college readiness program that will serve our students well after high school.”

 

 

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School Pictures

LEHS Families,

    Our school picture day is coming soon!  We have changed picture companies for this school year and will be using Josten's for district wide pictures.  LEHS picture day is August 30th and retakes will be October 13th.  You will need to order your pictures online at jostenspix.com using the event code FE201122.  I have attached a copy of the picture form that your child will be given today at school.  


Please let us know if you have any questions.


Nate Smith

Principal

LEHS

PictureForm.pdf

Start of the School Year

LEHS Families,

    We are very excited for the start of our school year!  I wanted to share some information with our families regarding the start of the school year.  Student schedules will be released through Infinite Campus on Monday the 8th.  If you need assistance accessing your IC account, please contact the high school office.  Once the school year is underway, we will be holding a "Meet the Teachers Night" on September 14th from 5:00-6:00 in the McDowell Gym.  We do not have a school supply list at LEHS, we encourage students to bring basic items such as pencil, paper, a few notebooks, and possibly a three ring binder or two.  


     Once again, LEHS will operate on a staggered start schedule.  We utilize these two days to help students become better oriented with the high school.  Students rotate through a series of presentations ranging from college and career readiness, life skills, high school expectations, and basic school operations.  All freshmen and sophomores will report to school on the regular schedule on August 18th.  They will not attend school on August 19th.  All juniors and seniors will report to school on August 19th for their staggered start day, and they will not attend on August 18th.  ALL students will report to school on Monday August 22nd.  


August 18th- Freshmen and Sophomores  only- regular school schedule

August 19th- Juniors and Seniors  only- regular school schedule

August 22nd-  ALL students report to school


Thank you, and we look forward to seeing everyone soon!


Nate Smith

LEHS Principal  

Fall sports schedules

Senior Parking Spots

Seniors,
    We will be allowing seniors to paint their parking spot for the upcoming school year.  Seniors who are interested in painting their parking spot in front of the weight room must be at the school on August 3rd at 6:00pm to claim their spot and pay the fee of $10.  The parking area reserved for senior painting will be roped of from the evening of 8/3 through the afternoon of 8/4 for painting.  The money raised will be deposited into the senior class fund.

Students must bring the attached form with them on August 3rd, signed and completed.

Staggered Start Days

Once again, LEHS will operate on a staggered start schedule.  We utilize these two days to help students become better oriented with the high school.  Students rotate through a series of presentations ranging from college and career readiness, life skills, high school expectations, and basic school operations.  All freshmen and sophomores will report to school on the regular schedule on August 18th.  They will not attend school on August 19th.  All juniors and seniors will report to school on August 19th for their staggered start day, and they will not attend on August 18th.  ALL students will report to school on Monday August 22nd.  

August 18th- Freshmen and Sophomores only- regular school schedule
August 19th- Juniors and Seniors only- regular school schedule
August 22nd- ALL students report to school

Washington DC Trip

Students and Families,

      We are very excited to announce that all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will have the opportunity to visit Washington DC on a trip this fall.  Our trip dates are November 9th, 10th, and 11th.  Students and families who are interested will need to register at https://prodigystudenttravel.com/ and pay their first deposit of $130 by August 12th.  Only the first 98 students to register will be guaranteed a spot on the trip, students registering after the first 98 will be placed on a waitlist with the travel agency.  The total cost of the trip for those who are interested is $550.  Families who are concerned about struggling to pay for this trip should contact [email protected] for information.  I have included a letter from the travel agency at the bottom of this message with more details.  You will be required to enter a passcode to complete your registration.  Please email me for this code.


If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]

Yours in Education,
Nate Smith
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Athletic Event Ticket Information

As we discussed at the Athletic Parent meeting last week, all tickets for home athletic contests will be pre-sale online tickets.  No paper tickets will be sold at the gate.  The Mid State League voted to set High School ticket prices this year at $6 for all tickets.  There will not be an adult and student level.  Just $6.00 per ticket.  There will also be a $1.00 processing fee and credit card fees.  The final cost for a ticket will end up being around $7.35.  Middle School tickets will be one level at $5.00, or around $6.30 after fees.  With that said, Logan Elm is offering our fans a set of reduced price passes that can be used at any HOME High School and Middle School athletic contest for the 2021-2022 school year.  We are calling these passes Flex Sports Passes because you can be flexible with how you use them.  Each pass will count towards 5, 15, or 25 scans (entries).  If you buy a 15 scan pass, for example, you can scan it three times at a high school football game, 5 times at a middle school volleyball game, and so on until your 15 scans are used.  Then you can buy another pass if you need it.  A 5 scan pass is $28 ($5.60 per scan), 15 scan pass $78 ($5.20 per scan), and the 25 scan pass is $123.00 ($4.92 per scan).  These are great deals for families with multiple kids playing multiple sports at multiple levels.   To buy these passes, go to https://www.loganelm.org/EventTickets.asp and find "Flex Sports Pass".  Click on "Get Passes."  You will then choose which level and number of pass you want and click "checkout".  On the next page you enter your information and the sale is done.  A digital pass will then be sent to your email.  You can share that pass with other family members or friends to be used until your level of scans are completed.  If these passes do not work for you and you want to buy tickets per game, you will use the same website to purchase game tickets.     We will still offer our grandparents and other seniors a paper pass for $10 that will get them in any high school or middle school event for the entire year.  Those passes can be bought at the school or at the gate at our games.   I am excited to start a new year of HIgh School Sports.  If you have any questions about these passes or tickets in general, let me know.


Thank you,
Eric Karshner
Logan Elm High School Athletics Administration

Infinite Campus


Logan Elm Schools has changed Student Information systems this year.
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Logan Elm HS

Nate Smith, Principal
Dan Hugus, Asst. Principal
9575 Tarlton Road
Circleville, OH 43113
(740) 474-7503
(740) 477- 3592 FAX
School Hours 7:20-2:45
 
 




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