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Senior Mock InterviewsSenior Mock Interviews
Senior Mock Interviews
Spring Band ConcertSpring Band Concert
Spring Band Concert
Students shop for local familiesConstruction Tech students provide groceries for families
Students shop for local families
Air Force Museum TripAmerican History students visit the Air Force Museum in Dayton
Air Force Museum Trip
1950's Decades Dance1950's Decade Dance
1950's Decade Dance
Ricart Automotive and Columbus State presentation
Ricart Automotive and Columbus State presentation
Students meet after school on Friday for Chess Club
Friday Chess Club
Spirit Week
Students painting faces

Graduation Live Stream


Event Tickets



Student schedules for the '21-'22 school year will be released late next week through student and parent Infinite Campus portals.  If you need help accessing your Infinite Campus portal, please contact [email protected] or [email protected]  We do not have supply lists at LEHS, we ask that students come prepared with basic school supplies.

Start of the 2021-2022 School Year Information

The 2021-2022 School Year will begin with a staggered start for all students.  Freshmen and Sophomores only will attend on August 19th for an Orientation Day.  Juniors and Seniors only will attend on August 20th for an Orientation Day.  These orientation days will operate on our regular school schedule, regular bussing, and they are considered official days of school and attendance is mandatory.  The first day of school for all grades to attend together is August 23rd.  

Graduation announcement

This evenings graduation will be held in the McDowell Gym.  Doors will open at 6:30pm for families to enter the main event entrance to the McDowell Gym.  Please have your tickets ready.  Students may enter through the McDowell Office entrance beginning at 6:00pm.  We ask that all in attendance to wear a mask.  

Credit Recovery Information

Students who failed a course this year or any previous year may recover those credits through summer school at McDowell from June 1-June 11 8:30-11:30.  Students who are unable to attend summer school may use Keystone Credit recover.

For students choosing Keystone Credit Recovery, click the link below and choose the corresponding course that needs to be recovered. Please keep in mind that these courses are CORE subject courses only (i.e. English, math, science, and social studies/sciences).  All correspondence will be directly from Keystone to the guardian/parent of the student. A deadline will be given by Keystone directly, as well as directions for how to complete the recovery "packet".


Graduation will be held on May 28th at 7:30 at the football stadium.  We will move into the McDowell Gym if necessary due to inclement weather.  There will no longer be a May 29th makeup.  If we are required to move into the gym for weather related reasons, we will still allow six tickets per student.  

ACE/Online Learners

ACE/Online learners need to return their Chromebooks to Miss Glick by June 2nd.  

Senior Awards and Brave Day

Students at LEHS experienced an amazing day on May 18th.  The day began with our Senior Awards program where community organizations awarded our seniors with over $57,000 of local money to help further their education.  While seniors were begin recognized our underclassmen rotated through the following stations; Logan Elm History, Goal setting and motivation, personality inventories, team building, basic skills for around the house (electrical and vehicles), college readiness, personal finance, social media awareness, and information about the construction of our new building.  In the afternoon all students participated in over 15 games and activities to celebrate the end of the year.  The day concluded with a staff vs. seniors kickball game and over $600 in prizes were awarded to students who displayed the traits of our "Be a Brave" theme.
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Message for ACE/Online students

ACE students today, 5/14, is the deadline for completing ACE courses. Seniors, please continue to work on your ACE courses. Lessons submitted after today may not be graded in time for graduation. Underclassman, if you do not complete your ACE courses you will be given an incomplete on your grade card. You will have through July to complete them. 

One Call Now message

The following message will be sent at 5:30pm on 5/11/21 for Prom guidelines.

Juniors and Seniors attending prom,
   Tickets must be purchased online or at the door.  Please try to purchase these online if possible.  Also, you must register to attend prom during lunch or in the office after lunch hours.  Registration does not purchase your ticket for you, it simply gives us a list of attendees ahead of time.  Students who attend Pickaway Ross, please register in the office or email you and your date's names to [email protected] to be added to the list.  

Industrial Arts and Ag students donate planter boxes

Students in our Ag and Industrial Arts classes built planter boxes for residents at Pickaway Manor.  The boxes were delivered by Caleb Cradelbaugh and BJ Reid.  

Junior Senior Meeting Notes from April 30th

Junior/Senior Meeting



  • May 15th at the Riser Barn, 8-11 pm.

  • Tickets are $25

  • No parents allowed due to parking

  • Dancing is allowed, but only with your date

  • Other activities will be there- games and snacks

  • Parking will be an issue

    • Shuttle service will be provided from the church parking lot

      • Community United Methodist

  • We need everyone’s cooperation to make this happen

    • some schools allow dancing, others have not

      • We have chosen to allow with the understanding that there will be zero “group” dancing in the middle.

  • Form to bring a date from another school due May 7th

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Senior Spring Newsletter

Click here to read the Spring Senior Newsletter.
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One Call Now message

This message will be sent to all households on April 19th at 5:30pm.  

A reminder that our State Testing begins tomorrow, April 20th with ELA II and Government.  Each of the testing days we will operate on a two hour delay.  Students who are testing are required to be here at 7:55, students who are not testing may arrive at 9:55. Bussing will run on the regular schedule for students who need transportation.  The complete schedule is posted on the high school website. 

End of Course Testing

Logan Elm HS will administer Ohio's End of Course tests on the following dates.  On each of these dates, the tests will be given during the two hour delay schedule.  Students who are not testing, may ride the bus at regular time and report to a study hall for two hours OR they may attend school on the two hour delay schedule.

ELA II (Sophomore English) & Government- 4/20 & 4/21 (Two-hour delay)
Algebra and Geometry- 4/26 & 4/27 (Two-hour delay)
Biology and US History- 4/28 & 4/29 (Two-hour delay)

Incoming Freshmen Parent Scheduling Meeting

We will be holding an incoming freshmen parent meeting on April 13th at 6:30pm in the high school gym.

One Call Now message

Students and Families who are fully remote this year,

     We have begun the scheduling process for next school year.  Our counselors are available in the HS Library Tuesday and Wednesday this week from 11:00-1:00.  We will not have a fully online option for students next year, all students will be required to report to the high school daily.  End of Course Exams are scheduled for this school year beginning April 20th.  Please visit the high school website for a schedule.  If you are enrolled in one of the EOC subject areas, you must report on those days for testing.  All seniors on ACE must have all required coursework completed by May 14th.  


Please see the attached letter regarding a recent case of COVID 19

Bus evacuation drills

Students and Families who ride the bus.  Please read the message below regarding bus evacuations this school year.

Financial Aid Completion Night!

"Attention parents of seniors: Pickaway WORKS is hosting a FAFSA completion Night next Thursday March 4th from 5-7:00pm at the Pickaway County Educational Service Center, 2050 Stoneridge Drive, Circleville. A professional financial aid counselor will be there to answer your financial aid questions and provide in-person hands-on assistance with filing the FAFSA.  Registration is required as seating is limited. Register online at www.pickawayworks.org/fafsaevent , or for more information see our website, Pickaway WORKS' website or call 740-474-5383 for more information." 

Recent One Call Now

Good afternoon Junior families,

   The Statewide ACT for all juniors is postponed from February 23rd to March 9th.  Student drivers may drive themselves to AMVETS if they have a parent note in the office by March 5th.  Bussing will be provided for non driving students, departing the high school bus loading zone at 7:55.  All students must be at AMVETS by 8:00 and remain in your vehicle until you are released.  Once again, the Statewide ACT for February 23rd is cancelled and has been rescheduled for March 9th.

3rd quarter Interim grades

Due to our recent calamity and remote learning days we are moving the distribution of 3rd quarter Interim grades to February 26th.  These interim reports will only be given to students who have a D or F in a class.  

New COVID letter

Please read the letter below regarding COVID.

Snow Days

Logan Elm will utilize remote learning in lieu of blizzard bags for snow days 6 and beyond for this school year.  As of February 2nd, LESD is on snow day #4.  These assignments will be posted on each individual teacher's google classroom.  Students need to contact their teacher with questions regarding these lessons.

College Credit Plus Meeting Recording

Below is a link to the recorded video from Monday evenings Zoom meeting discussing CCP. 

Financial Aid and College and Career Readiness Prep

Seniors met today with Mrs. Shipe, Mrs. King, and Mrs. Summers to discuss plans after high school.

College Credit Plus Meeting

Information can also be found on our Counselor's webpage, https://www.loganelm.org/CollegeCreditPlusProgram.aspx

Shop Class projects

Our shop students are hard at work and producing great projects!  

FAFSA Open House

Senior students and families:  We will host a FAFSA/Financial Aid workshop on January 21st from 11:00-1:00 in the High School Library.  We will be here to answer questions and help however possible if you are planning to attend College in the Fall.

Prom Celebration

The 2021 Prom will be held on May 15th at the Riser Barn, 8988 SR 180, Kingston.  This year's prom will have multiple activities at an open air venue with tents and open doors for better air circulation.  We will have a DJ along with several games and activities for students.


Please see the attached letter regarding a recent COVID case.

Recent High School Newsletter


Please read the attached letter regarding a new COVID case.

One Call Now message

  The decision was made today to move to remote learning beginning this Friday through next week.  Mr. Williams will review data and make a decision by December 30th regarding our return to school.  Tomorrow will be a regular school day and students will be able to get information from teachers regarding the expectations during this remote period.  If students need paper copies of work they may pick those up from school next week between 8:00-2:00.  Food will be provided on Tuesday from 11:00-1:30 behind McDowell Exchange School. 

LE Transitioning to Remote Learning

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Fall 2020 Construction Technologies pole barn for Hunter Lane

Pictured from left to right Austin Russell, Brian Fout, Christian Cummins, Kyle Kelly, Charlie Allison, Gavin Adams, Caleb Cradlebaugh, Daulton Jinks, Kyle Blair, Zahne Lilly, Logan Lowe, AJ Ragland, Andrew Walters, Braeden Martin, Zack Parks

Email sent to students on 11/19/20

    During this time of remote learning I wanted to make sure everyone is clear on the expectations of students.

1.  Your class work needs to be turned in as you complete it on the expected days.  If you have paper copies of your work, you must be prepared to turn in your work when we return.  Grades will be finalized on December 2nd.
2.  If you need paper copies of your work, please contact the office or stop by between 8:00 and 2:00 this week.
3.  If you have any questions please contact your teachers through email.
4.  Your teachers have posted content and are more than willing to help you through this work, please contact them!  We are available all day through email and staff is in the building again tomorrow from 8:00-2:00.

Please let Mr. Hugus or myself know if you need anything!

Mr. Smith

One Call Now message

One Call Now Message 11/16/20

Parents, Guardians, and Students,

    Classwork for the next 6 days of school will be posted on Google Classroom for students.  Students without internet access may pick up paper copies of work tomorrow and Wednesday from 8:00-2:00 at the high school in your individual classrooms.  This work is required and will be graded and due on 12/2.  Teachers will be available during the day by email.  Pickaway Ross students: Bussing will be provided to Pickaway Ross main campus with the following pick up times, Laurelville at 7:25 am and the High School at 7:50 am.  We will have food pick-up for (breakfast and lunch) on Wednesday from 11-1:30 at Laurelville Elementary and McDowell (side of the building) gym area.   We will be providing meals for 5-7 days.

Calamity Day/Make Up Days/Blizzard Bag Information

Calamity Day/Make Up Days/Blizzard Bag Information

For the 2020-2021 school year, the Logan Elm Board of Education adopted a calendar which states: 
  • The district will NOT make up the first five (5) calamity days.
  • Make up hours: Jan. 18, Feb. 12 and Feb. 15. 
  • After Feb. 15, the district will utilize Blizzard Bags for the next three (3) days in which school is NOT in session.
  • If necessary, the district will make up any additional days/hours on April 5 and by adding days to the end of the year, starting May 28.
If it becomes necessary to use Blizzard Bags, information will be posted by each teacher via their regular communication method with students and parents (ClassDojo, Remind, Google Classroom, Infinite Campus portal,  etc.) on the day the Blizzard Bag will be utilized.  Assignments for each Blizzard Bag will have a due date of 10 days after the missed school day on which it was assigned. 

ASVAB Testing

LEHS will be offering the ASVAB test for students on January 27th in the High School library.  Please email [email protected] to register.

Financial Aid Night!

Day before school updates/reminders

Below is a message recently sent on One Call Now to all High School Households.

Good evening students and families,

    A few reminders and updates for our first two days of school.  Students will not be able to enter the building until 7:45 for students eating breakfast and 7:50 for all other students. Students eating breakfast must report to and remain in the cafeteria while eating breakfast.  Everyone must remain in their vehicles until that time, we can have zero congregating in the parking lot.  Students, please check Infinite Campus for your schedules.  When you enter the building you must report directly to your first period class.  The LEHS staff has been working extremely hard to make Thursday and Friday great days for you.  We are all excited to see you tomorrow morning.  Have a great evening!

Nate Smith

Back to School Information

Students and Parents,
  The following message will be sent on One Call Now later this afternoon.

Good afternoon students and parents.  We are looking forward to seeing students next week with the Red alpha group on Thursday the 20th and the White alpha group on the 21st.  Student schedules are available on their Infinite Campus portal.  If students need help accessing the portal please email Mr. Hugus or myself.  Also, students if you have any questions regarding your schedules please email Grace King or Joanna Shipe.  All of our emails are first name.last name @loganelm.org

Parents, we have stepped into the 21st century and will be using online registration through Infinite Campus.  Please log into your Infinite Campus portal to access the online registration information to update your child’s information.  We will NOT be sending home the packets of information on the first day of school.  Updating your family information online is very easy!  Once you are in your account look for the "More" link and then "Online Registration." If parents are unable to access the Parent Portal, we will be sending home instructions with students on the first day of school.

New Student Enrollment

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Return to School Packet

    The attached packet of information regarding our return to school is being mailed home early this week.  If you have any questions please call the office at 474-7503.  Return to School Packet
Please understand that our "Alpha Split" of students is based off of the household last name, which is the last name of the guardian who enrolled the student. 
Nate Smith 

Infinite Campus

Logan Elm Schools has changed Student Information systems this year.
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Senior Awards

Brave Day

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


Boys Varsity Soccer vs Miami Trace High School

Sport: Soccer Level: Boys Varsity Team: Logan Elm High School Site: Logan Elm High School Subsite: Logan Elm Stadium

Boys Varsity Golf @ Teays Valley High School

Sport: Golf Level: Boys Varsity Team: Logan Elm High School Site: Foxfire Golf Course Subsite: Players Club

Girls Varsity Golf @ Fairfield Union Schools

Sport: Golf Level: Girls Varsity Team: Logan Elm High School Site: Pumpkin Vine Golf Course Subsite: Pumpkin Vine Golf Course

Boys Varsity Football vs Unioto High School

Sport: Football Level: Boys Varsity Team: Logan Elm High School Site: Logan Elm High School Subsite: Logan Elm Stadium

Girls Varsity Golf @ Westfall High School and Middle School

Sport: Golf Level: Girls Varsity Team: Logan Elm High School Site: Westfall High School Subsite: Crown Hill GC

Girls JV Volleyball @ William V. Fisher Catholic High School

Sport: Volleyball Level: Girls JV Team: Logan Elm High School Site: William V. Fisher Catholic High School Subsite: Main Gym

Girls Varsity Volleyball @ William V. Fisher Catholic High School

Sport: Volleyball Level: Girls Varsity Team: Logan Elm High School Site: William V. Fisher Catholic High School Subsite: Main Gym

Boys Varsity Golf @ Bloom-Carroll High School & Middle School

Sport: Golf Level: Boys Varsity Team: Logan Elm High School Site: TBA Subsite: TBA
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