By Nicolas Petelo
, Commissioner of Public Relations
I’m sure you’ve all thought, at one point or another, “I think Logan should…” or “I wish Logan had a…” or something similar.
The school has set up a couple of suggestion boxes around the school to let the teachers, administrators, counselors, technicians, and other district employees for the school know what could, or even should, be considered, improved, added, or even subtracted.
However, it seems that a couple of factors lead to an incredible lack of attention to these boxes. The number of entries submitted to the boxes around the campus is so low that for a reasonably long period of time, they were disregarded. In addition, suggestions were much too broad, much too specific, or impossible due to space or money limitations. Some suggestions weren’t really even suggestions at all; they were simply complaints about various aspects of school life, including teachers and the campus itself, to name a few.
Posted by courier at 09:38 AM. Filed under: ASB News
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Enette Dumerin holds her twins, Carlebre Dumerin
By Alexa Rocero, Courier Staff Writer
and Jeff Dumerin, 3, right, in a C-17 on route from
Haiti to Orlando, Florida, Sunday,
Erika Schultz/Seattle Times/MCT
Logan's ASB is raising money on campus to aid victims of the catastrophic earthquake that brought tragedy upon the nation of Haiti.
A magnitude 7 earthquake hit the capital of Port-au-Prince on January 12, devastating the country heavily. It left hundreds of thousands dead, and countless injured, with aftershocks and rubble still causing damage to many other lives.
Posted by courier at 09:40 AM. Filed under: ASB News
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By Angela Luo, ASB Public Relations Commissioner
Hello fellow classmates and friends. First, I would like to thank you all for your participation on Club Recruitment day and Peace day. I hope you learned more abut our clubs and even joined a few. Here’s an update of current ASB activities:
The dress code committee is still working on recommendations for a fair and appropriate revision of the current dress code with Ms. Billingsey. If you would like to suggest any reasons to why we should allow hats, tube tops, spaghetti straps, tank tops, etc., please notify me, Angela Luo or Cody Harper in Room 67 during lunch. If we are not there, feel free to leave a note with Mr. Rojas, our activities director.
Posted by courier at 11:29 AM. Filed under: ASB News
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