September Edition: Raider Report

More than a school, a COMMUNITY!

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The Benjamin Logan Local School District has achieved a record breaking Gold Campaign Award based on 65% employee participation! The credit goes to the 136 staff members across the entire district who pulled together to join the fight for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in our local communities! Through our combined efforts, a historical contribution in the amount of $21,063.60 was raised for the 2021 Workplace Campaign!


We wish to thank our community for your patience and understanding as we implement our new online ticketing procedures. All high school and middle school events will require tickets to be purchased through the Benjamin Logan Box Office. In addition, the BL Music Boosters will accept Apple Pay, Google Pay, VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover at all concession stands on game days.

Locally owned and operated in Ohio, Lange Photographics, Inc. will be the official photographer for school pictures this year along, with Jeff Rose Photography specializing in Senior Pictures.


Thursday, September 30 starting at 7:15am - original day

Tuesday, November 16 starting at 7:30am - retake day

Middle School

Wednesday, September 15 starting at 3:30pm - BLMS Fall Sports Pictures

Friday, October 1 starting at 7:30am - original day

Tuesday, November 16 retakes in the morning

High School

Friday, October 1 starting at 7:30am - original day

Tuesday, November 16 retakes starting at 7:30am

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Benjamin Logan students honor those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001

To observe the National Day of Service and Remembrance and to honor the innocent victims who perished as a result of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, BLMS art students (grades 5-8) created a giant flag this week in a collage and mixed media style. The flag is hanging in the MS commons for all to see.

Beginning at 8:46 a.m., senior Gretchen Wilber read a script of remembrance over the school PA system followed by senior Brice Shump with the playing of “Taps” as a tribute to those who've died for their country. This was repeated throughout the morning by other BLHS students as well.

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Benjamin Logan Local School District


More than a school...A COMMUNITY!

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