The Colonial Times

May 15, 2020

What's Going On At Log...Virtually

First and foremost, we would like to wish all of the moms out there a belated Happy Mother's Day! With everything going on, I think we all appreciate our moms a little bit more this year!


This week's edition features photographs from the parade of teachers on Tuesday, May 12th. Additionally, it includes our weekly mystery staff photographs.


Finally, please continue to look for end of the year information that will be shared in the coming days and weeks. Today's eAlert contains a number of important items regarding the end of the school year. If you have questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to the school.


Enjoy, and we hope you are all well!


Mr. Drago and Mr. Golderer

Teacher Parade!

On Tuesday, May 12, staff members from Log College and William Tennent organized a caravan parade through Warminster to show our students and families how much we miss them! Some of the anecdotal comments our teachers shared with us include:


"Made me miss them even more!"


"It was great seeing so many current and former students!"


"It was so much fun!"


"Nothing short of amazing"


Everyone at Log College misses you, and we are all looking forward to coming back to school and seeing you again!

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Flashback Friday!

Hey Log College students! We know the days are starting to drag on. So, just for fun, each week we will share a baby or childhood picture of one of the Log College staff with a few hints. Take a moment and try to guess his or her identity! The staff member’s identity will be revealed in the next edition of the Colonial Times.

Last Week's First Answer!

Clue: I grew up right here in Warminster, PA with my family. I had an older sister and an older brother. When I was a senior in high school I was the lead soloist in the William Tennett musical.


Answer: Mrs. Schenfelt, LCMS Art Teacher

Last Week's Second Answer!

Clue: I grew up in the City of Brotherly Love with my parents and younger brother. I had my own Pony named Rolly Polly!


Answer: Mrs. Gordon, LCMS Support Staff

This Week's First Clue...

I was raised in Philadelphia with my mom, dad, and brother, Tom. My favorite stuffed animal when I was little was a brown-colored dog named Pog. He is even older than me, as he was a gift my mom received from someone at my baby shower. He still sits in my bedroom to this day. Who am I?

This Week's Second Clue...

I grew up in a row home in Philadelphia. I was one of 7 siblings:Michael, Steven, Jimmy, Terry, Dawn, and Cheryl. I am the oldest. When I was a kid, I caused a lot of trouble. We used to climb on the roof of an abandoned mental institution and look at downtown Philly. Another time I tried to ride my bike on an icy street and skid out in circles. Disclaimer: Don’t try this at home kids…..I broke my nose. Who am I?

Log College Middle School

Log College Middle School opened in September 1967 as a Junior High School serving seventh and eighth grade students. The school is named after the original school in Warminster, “Log College” established in 1727 by William Tennent, one of the original trustees of Princeton University. The school’s mascot is the Colonial in honor of the first Log College.


Log College became a Middle School in 1991 educating sixth, seventh and eighth grade students. In 2000 the school was recognized by the US Department of Education as a National Blue Ribbon School. Log College currently serves approximately 630 sixth through eighth graders.