November Raider Report
More than a School, A COMMUNITY!
Dear School Community Members,
During the Thanksgiving season, when we traditionally take time to give thanks, I write to express my personal gratitude. Thank you to our parents and guardians for having confidence in Benjamin Logan Local Schools and for sending us your precious children. Your children come to school with strong values, respect, tolerance, and appreciation. Thank you for your commitment to ensuring their success and our success. We are blessed to remain in school day-to-day despite the challenges presented by the pandemic.
Thank you to those who engage through strong community service and partnerships. Your support for our district and our schools brings opportunities that take us beyond our means. In my first year and a half, I have already witnessed a continuous demonstration of time, energy, and generosity by organizations such as Parent Teacher Organizations, Booster Clubs and numerous others.
Thank you to our school professionals for the commitment that you make every day to the students of Benjamin Logan Schools. I thank you for your dedication to educational and organizational excellence. I thank you for striving to meet every expectation that we’ve set for our district. Thank you for your ongoing professionalism and cooperation. The quality and dedication of our Benjamin Logan staff is second to none.
In summary, I am so thankful for not only living in the most free and greatest country on earth, but also for being a part of the Benjamin Logan School Community and I look forward to working with you during the next several years. On behalf of the Benjamin Logan Local Schools Board of Education and Administration, I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. I send you best wishes for a holiday weekend filled with family, friends, love and laughter!
A Salute to our Veterans!
BLMS Builders Club
River of Rocks
Promoting individuality and unique qualities through painting rocks.
1st - 4th Grade Art students shared the book "Only One You" by Linda Kranz, and started their first collaborative project of the year by Painting ROCKS! Using ceramic glaze on clay stones, students used LINES, SHAPES, and COLORS to design their unique creation. Once complete, the rocks will be glaze-fired for a weather-proof finish, and placed outside the Elementary Library windows in a newly created garden. There they will remain as a permanent "River of Rocks" for future generations to enjoy!
BLES and BLMS participate in Feeding Our Future backpack program.
BLHS Physics Teacher, Michael Kettler, problem solves with Senior Jordan Sexstone
BLHS Environmental Science Class
Community Health & Wellness Partners, School Based Health Center Coming in January 2022!
The clinic will open in January and will be located in the elementary school.
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