August 29, 2014
Dear Senior Parents & Guardians,
Congratulations! What an exciting year for you and your senior student! You both have arrived at such a thrilling year in your student’s educational career. Unfortunately, this is not only the most exciting year, but the most expensive year, too. In order for you to plan ahead we have compiled this list of up-coming events. Please keep this list for your reference throughout the year. If you have any questions about any date and/or event now or throughout the year, please do not hesitate to call or drop me an email.
September 2, 2014
Jostens will meet with seniors to discuss graduation orders. Your student will bring home a packet of information for ordering. Extra packets will be available in the LEHS main office. LEHS SENIORS ONLY
September 11, 2014
Order caps, gowns, tassels, and graduation announcements. Deposit of $75 is due at the time of ordering. LEHS SENIORS ONLY
Voting for the 2014 Pumpkin Show representatives will take place during Academic Enrichment on Monday, September 8. Student at the JVS will also vote on Monday morning at the JVS.
Dear Logan Elm Family,
The beginning of the 2014-2015 school year is less than one month away and there are several upcoming dates of which everyone needs to be aware.
July 30th 6:00pm- Tour of Circleville High School
August 5th 6:30am-7:30pm- Special Election (Bond Issue)
August 5th 7:00pm- Fall sports parent’s meeting @ McDowell Exchange School
August 18th All Day- Students may pick up their schedules
August 18th 6:00pm- Open house for Freshmen students
August 19th- First Day of School
As a former graduate of Logan Elm, I am excited for the school year to begin and to have the opportunity to interact with the students and staff of LE once again. My years spent outside of Logan Elm gave me the ability to witness other districts and students in action, and none of these districts possess the dynamic culture of Logan Elm Local. We must remain committed in our desire to Be the Best; be the best student in the classroom, be the best employee at work, be the best family member, be the best community member. In other words, Be a Brave!
In order to Be a Brave we must be focused on doing what is best for the group, or the tribe. As a student, that equates to working hard now to provide the best future possible for your family and yourself. As a community member Being a Brave equates to providing, by whatever means necessary, a superior education that improves the quality of life for our learners. I pose a simple question to you, the students and community members of Logan Elm, “What actions will you take over the next few weeks to Be a Brave?”
Yours in Education,