ASB elections are this Friday, March 16, in your second period class. All grades vote!!
JUNIORS AND SENIORS! Remember, attendance, missed in-house detention and suspensions will place you on exclusion from activities, so be on your best behavior if you want to participate in activities like prom and picnic!
Juniors: you must pay all outstanding student bills in order to participate in the Junior Prom. Please see Sarah Muse in the Administration Office.
Wednesday, 3/12/07 Minimum Day Schedule:
Posted by courier at 12:12 PM. Filed under: Daily Bulletin
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A squad of Logan students calling themselves the Improv club is serving up comedy to entertain audiences and, most importantly, themselves.
Captain Lukas Grippa and Co-Captain Alexander Smith lead the Improv meetings on Wednesdays after school (which are, by the way, now being moved to every Tuesdays and Thursdays after school), and are supervised by World Literature, Drama, and Stagecraft teacher Paul Vega.
If you've ever seen ther show "Who's Line Is It Anyway?", you've got a little clue as to what they do,
Improv, in Lukas' words, "essentially, is creating a scene off the top of your head." The people who go on stage do not use scripts. All they have is an idea of what they want to do on stage, and they go with it.
Posted by courier at 07:53 AM. Filed under: Entertainment
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Too many California kids are sitting around getting fat, state schools Superintendent Jack O'Connell says, and physical fitness tests show that many of Logan students are among them, although the school's test results are slightly better than average.
In announcing the results of statewide physical fitness tests of last year's fifth, seventh, and ninth graders in California public schools last year, O'Connell said "too many of our students are leading sedentary lives exacerbated by poor eating habits. This is a destructive trend that has resulted in an epidemic of childhood obesity and must be reversed."
"The 2006 test scores show a modest 1 percent gain in overall performance compared to last year’s results," O’Connell said. "We should be very concerned for our students’ health, their academic success, and the long-term effects this will have."
Click here for complete statewide and local results on the state Physical Fitness Test.
Posted by courier at 07:17 AM. Filed under: News
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