By Alejandro Samaniego and Jamey Padojino, Courier Staff Writers
Earlier in the year John Rodriguez, House Principal for 11th graders, was hit by a car during a Logan school day. He has recently returned to work after surgery on his knee and months of rehabilitation.
"I have been doing pretty well, I am just really happy to be back. I mostly want to thank everyone, because I really appreciated the flowers, cards, and e-mails. I just want people to know how important they were, because they helped me get through the bad days," Rodriguez said.
Posted by courier at 12:16 PM. Filed under: News
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Salsa Bar at the Creations booth! Pizza, Chinese, grill items such as burgers & chicken strips, deli sandwiches and, of course, burritos!
2 New Community Service opportunities available. Union City Little League Baseball and Free the Trees both need volunteers. Pick up flyers in the Career Center.
Juniors and Seniors: Powder Puff is coming up on April 3rd! Applications for female players and male cheerleaders are available in Room 67. Permission slips are due back to Room 67 by Monday, March 2, at 3:45 p.m. Don’t miss out on this fun-filled competition between the Juniors and Seniors!
On Thursday, February 26 @ 6 p.m. in the Little Theater, Logan will host the 4th Annual ROP Multimedia Fest. Come vote for your favorite video, photo, or graphic art piece. Tickets are $5.
Posted by courier at 11:58 AM. Filed under: Daily Bulletin
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By Matthew Brandeburg
Young Money Magazine (MCT)
Today it's not uncommon for college graduates to owe $50,000, $100,000 or even $150,000 in student loans upon graduating. Unfortunately, it's commonplace given the escalating costs of tuition and students taking more than four years to complete their education.
Students loans are the necessary price to pay for opportunities and the possibility of career advancement. But be warned, once you assume these loans it becomes your responsibility to manage them effectively and "do your homework."
Posted by courier at 09:11 AM. Filed under: Your Money
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By Idrees Najibi, Courier Daily Editor
For those of you who do not know, Credit Recovery is a program that was created to help bring aid to those high school seniors who have fallen short on the number of credits they need to graduate from high school.
Unfortunately, this program is no longer available on the James Logan Campus.
Why is this so?
According Jessica Lange, the Intervention Specialist of Credit Recovery here at Logan, “We are unable to fund it with all the budget cuts. But it is available through the adult school at both Cabello and Decoto sites.”
Posted by courier at 09:01 AM. Filed under: Opinion
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