Congratulations to our March Students of the Month – Corey Reed and Baylee Hartman.  Corey Reed is also our Congressional Student of the Month.

March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day.  Wear your crazy socks for Down Syndrome awareness.

ATTENTION SENIORS:  Cap, gown and graduation products delivery day is Thursday, March 16th during the lunch periods outside of the cafeteria.  This is the only scheduled day in school for you to pick up your graduation products.  Mom will be waiting for you to bring this stuff home.  Please remember to make your final payment.  If you have a balance due and an invoice has been emailed to you, please check your email for on line payment details.  Please bring cash or a money order to make your final payment at school.  Check are no longer accepted.  If you prefer to pay by credit card, please make credit card payments at least 24 hours prior to the delivery.  Are you a senior that still needs to order your cap and gown for graduation?  Please go to the Jostens website to place your order or by calling 1-800-Jostens.


Students interested in College Credit Plus (CCU) next year (including CCP course held at LEHS:  Please check your school Gmail account.  You were sent an email regarding next steps for the College Credit Plus  Program.  You MUST complete all steps in order to participate, including any CCP course held here at Logan Elm High School.  Additionally, acceptance to a university or eligibility to participate in any CCP course /program is not determined by LEHS, but rather the university to which you have applied to participate with.  You must meet all university deadlines to be eligible.

The Central Ohio Leadership Academy (COLA) is accepting recommendations for the 2017 Program. COLA is a high-impact, 6 day leadership development experience for rising high school juniors and seniors of central Ohio. Established in 2011 by the New Albany Community Foundation in collaboration with OSU, COLA has impacted the lives on nearly 200 students from 67 high schools in the area (including Logan Elm!). The 2017 Program will be July 24-29 and will be held at KIPP Academy. Interested students MUST apply and have a recommendation by no later than MARCH 31st. Please inform the counseling department of your interest. Here is the website for more information:

SENIORS: It is VERY important that you are mindful of college application deadlines and requirements and abide by them! Turning in applications the day before they are due may not be in your best benefit. In addition, if you need something from the counseling office for your application, you must let us know well before the deadline. This is a very busy time of the year and we do not want to miss getting information to a college for you because we were not informed in time! If you have questions, please come to the counseling office.

Attention LE/PRCTC Juniors:  We will be giving the ACT test to ALL Juniors on 3/21 at AMVETS.  Buses will transport all students to AMVETS for the test.  All Juniors have already been registered for this test.  Students with IEP/504 accommodations will test between 3/22 – 3/31 at Logan Elm High School.  If you receive accommodations for testing you will get information on your test date within the next week.  We will be at PRCTC to conduct pre-administration items for the ACT on 3/14.  Please be present that day as it is VERY important for us to get that information taken care of BEFORE the test date.  More info regarding transportation and test times will be forthcoming!


Cheerleading tryouts are  Monday – Wednesday, 5-7 PM in the wrestling barn.  A physical is required to participate.  Physical forms are in the office.

Baseball practice will be in McDowell after school.  Players may leave at 4:30.


Congratulations to members of the high school concert band on their fantastic performance Saturday at the 2017 OMEA District Large Group Adjudicated Performances held at Miami Trace High School. The band received a rating of "I" or Superior earning Superior ratings  from every adjudicator and qualifying them for the 2017 OMEA State Concert Band Finals to be held on April 28th and 29th at Gahanna Lincoln High School. This is the third consecutive year that the band has earned straight "I's" at the district event. Congratulations on a job well done.


The play, “Peter Pan and Wendy”, is March 24 – 26.  Tickets go on sale March 20th.  Adults are $10, students are $5 and children under 5 are free.   

Cans  For College Fundraiser – the Industrial Arts Club is collecting aluminum beverage cans for a college scholarship.  Cash prizes for the top two people who bring in the most cans.  The competition runs from January 30 – March 31.  

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