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Spring football starts May 19th. Anyone interested in joining must pick up an information packet in the weight room at 3:45 pm today.
SAVE Club is meeting next Tuesday, March 11, after school in Room 210. See you there!
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Logan's Alyssa Stringer, who swam By Denay Harris, Courier Staff Writer
for Logan last year, will again this
year. David Stringer Photo
As spring sports are beginning to roll around at James Logan, one of the most important of the upcoming spring sports involves the James Logan swim team. The Logan swim team consists of the Junior Varsity Girls team, the Junior Varsity Boys team, the Varsity Girls team and the Varsity Boys team.
Last season in the MVAL championships the varsity girls took sixth place, beating Kennedy, while American High School, Newark Memorial High School, Washington High School and Mission San Jose placed ahead, with Mission San Jose taking first. The varsity boys took fifth place, beating American High School and Kennedy High School, but were beaten by Newark Memorial High School, Irvington high school, Washington High School, and Mission San Jose.
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By Jamie Maxfield, Courier Staff Writer
The new 400 buliding was opened up for use on Tuesday, January 22. Some teachers were eagerly awaiting a chance to have their own classroom for the first time and others we glad to get the proper class environment.
Lucio Vazquez, a Spanish teacher, used to teach his classes in the staff lounge and he is glad to be back into a regular classroom. Before the staff lounge he was split into four separate rooms, so the new 400 building helped him out a lot.
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Debby Ly/Courier PhotoBy Debbie Ly
, Courier Staff Writer
It is that time again for the spotlight to be lit on a fellow James Logan student. Kristen Dattolico, a freshman at Logan, was crowned first place at the Kennedy Community Center in Union City’s American Teen Idol Contest last month. Singing “Only Hope” by Mandy Moore, Dattolico captivated her listeners, defeated ten other finalists, and claimed victory.
Being a part of a musically oriented family, Dattolico’s mother accredits her talent to her father, who used to sing.
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, FRS (March 3, 1606 – October 21, 1687) was an English poet and Politician.
(born March 3, 1606, Coleshill, Hertfordshire, Eng.—died Oct. 21, 1687. He was the eldest son of Robert Waller of Coleshill, Herts, and Anne Hampden, his wife; thus he was first cousin to John Hampden. He was descended from the Waller family of Groombridge Place, Kent. Early in his childhood his father moved the family to Beaconsfield. Of Waller's early education all we know is his own account that he "was bred under several ill, dull and ignorant schoolmasters, until he went to Mr Dobson at Wycombe, who was a good schoolmaster and had been an Eton scholar." Robert Waller died in 1616, and Anne, a lady of rare force of character, sent him to Eton and to the University of Cambridge.
Read Works by Edmund Waller
at Project Gutenberg
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