LOGAN HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Logan Girls’ Cross Country Team competed at their home meet on Saturday, April 10th in West Salem. Top finishers for the ladies were Ashley Janish in 12th place, Ellie Haverland in 14th place, and Avery Trohkimoinen in 16th place. The girls’ team also had a wonderfully gritty performance by freshman Rosa Myers! The girls will race again next Saturday in Eau Claire.
The Boys’ Cross Country Team competed Saturday, April 10th at their home meet. The team took second place and TRACY BYE WON THE BOY’S RACE with a time of 17:15.8. Rounding out the varsity runners for the boys were sophomore Daniel Wilson (5th), junior Jamison Jones (8th), sophomore Andrew Hackbarth (11th), junior Vik Kattchee (12th), and two freshmen, Isaac Trohkimoinen (14th), and Joe Duffrin (25th). The boys will race again next Saturday in Eau Claire.
Attention all Educators Rising Club members or any students thinking about pursuing a career in the field of education: Monday, April 12th, at 2:30, we are excited to have Merideth Quarberg, a 2018 Logan High School graduate talk about her experience at UW-Platteville in the education program. Bring your questions to be entered into a drawing for a gift card at the end of the presentation! See Mrs. Tolvstad in room 112 if you have any questions.
JUNIORS and SENIORS: There will be a Prom meeting this Wednesday, April 14th at 2:30pm in the MPR. If you are interested in being on the planning committee, but can’t make it, please let Mrs. Ellenbecker or Ms. Mootz know!
Student Council will be meeting on Wednesday, April 14th at 2:30 in room 235.
Creative Writing Club meeting on Thursday, April 15th in Room 209 from 2:30-3:15. Contact Mr. Carlson or Ms. Mootz if you need the Zoom link.
BSU@LHS will be having its first meeting, Thursday, April 15th, from 2:35-2:55, in RM. 264. This will be a very short meeting where Ms. Richardson will introduce herself and try to get a sense of what the group sees as its primary focus in support of students at Logan. Students who identify as Black, Brown, and Multi-racially Black are welcome to attend. If you have any questions, please email Ms. Richardson.
Rangers for Equity will be having its first meeting, Friday, April 16th, from 2:30-3:00, in RM 264. Rangers for Equity is a group whose primary focus is to support marginalized students at Logan High School and promote equity, justice, and inclusion on campus. This will be a club that will have leadership, volunteer, and learning opportunities. Anyone who is interested in making a difference in their own experience here at LHS or the experience of their peers is welcome to attend. If you have any questions, please email Ms. Richardson.
Any boy interested in being on the Track and Field team that missed the Organizational Meeting should see Coach Hackbarth in the Physical Education department or Coach Carlson in the English Department to get signed up. It is not too late to join the team!
Spanish Club: Logan High graduate, Theo Carr, will Zoom in with us from Colorado to tell us all about his Ecuadorian adventures! Students can Zoom in or meet in Ms. McGowans room, #114 to see him on the full screen next week Wednesday, April 21st at 2:30. This counts for Globals!! Click HERE for Zoom link.
Girls Soccer: Are you not involved in a spring sport yet? Come join the Logan Girls Soccer team, it is a ton of fun and everyone is welcome! We have pre-season practices going on right now, leading up to the official season which starts Monday, April 26th! Register today and for more information, you can contact any of the girl’s soccer captains: Sophia Harlin, Chord LeClaire, or Abigail Prokes!
Attention Student Athletes who are playing an alternate fall or spring sport. Remember that you need to be registered and have an updated physical before the first day of practice for your sport. If you are unsure whether your physical is up to date, please go to the activities office and talk to Mrs. Callister or Mr. Gilge and they will be happy to help you!
The School Store is now open!! The shop will be open every day from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. We now have snacks and new items in the store! Come on down and take a look–you will be surprised by what we have!
The Good Fight is offering a variety of programs for students — Check out the flyers below for more information!! If they are able to fill these sessions, they are hopeful they can offer sessions in the summer as well! If you have any questions, contact the staff at The Good Fight!
All levels of experience are welcome!
Students who need additional help with homework we encourage them to stop down and work with our tutors. Tutors availability and the subjects offered on the front page of the website, in the weekly calendar. They are here to help and so far students are loving the experience.
In partnership with Viterbo University, we are offering project based art sessions. Note: March 22 no longer available, but students/families can contact us for the session March 29 and thereafter to sign up.
Take the 5 question Yearbook April Google Survey for a chance to win fabulous prizes. Hurry this survey ends April 30. Click here for the April Survey.
Submit your photos to Yearbook April 1- June 1 for a chance to win prizes AND have your photo in the yearbook. Remember: All photos submitted must be photos taken by you. Click here to submit photos April 1-June 1
Buy Your Yearbook by May 19. All Yearbooks can be ordered online at Jostens.com. If you only have cash, then those purchases should be made with Mrs. Enright in room 153 during homeroom or STAT. Yearbooks cost $60.
SOPHOMORES: If you would like a class ring you can order yours here: https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1116988/Logan-High-School/. Questions? Call Jostens at 1-800-567-8367 or email them at: www.jostens.com/contact
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is open. Check out this FAFSA Completion video from Mr. Gordy in the Future Center as well as this FAFSA Slideshow and Video Guide. Mr. Gordy is always available to help families complete their FAFSA application, so feel free to reach out to him at email@example.com for any assistance.
COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY VISITS & INFO
Seniors! Ready to apply to UW-Madison? We have two deadlines:
- February 1st is the Regular Decision Deadline (materials and deadline information listed here)
- You can apply with the Common Application OR the UW-System Electronic Application, use the one that’s best for you!
- Share this link with the person who will write your letter of recommendation (the letter has to be sent by them)
ALL high school students! Learn more about UW-Madison! Talk to current students!
- Find out more about what we look for in our applicants to UW-Madison. Chances are you should apply!
- Learn more about applying as a freshman or a transfer student to UW-Madison
- View the UW-Madison virtual tour available 24/7
- Schedule a “Chat with a current UW-Madison student tour guide”
- Join other live information sessions from academic programs, majors, and campus resources at Visit Bucky
- Watch pre-recorded information sessions at Visit Bucky
UW-La Crosse: Feel free to check out the UW-La Crosse Viewbook and Housing Guide for information. You can also connect with us virtually in other ways, including:
- Chat with us: Select “Chat with Our Team!” fromthis page to connect directly to our staff.
- Call our office: Give us a ring at 608-785-8939.
- Send us an email: Direct your questions firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Text us: Send quick messages to our team at 608-471-6931.
- Take our virtual tour: Scroll through campus online.
- Follow us on social media: Find us on Facebook and Instagram@uwlacrosseadmissions.
MSU-Mankato is offering a variety of ways for prospective students to learn more about their school:
- In-person Campus Visits: We are currently offering in-person campus tours and visits every weekday Monday-Friday. A limited number of Saturday Campus Visits are also be available. One of the key safety features to expect is a requirement that all staff, students, and visitors wear face coverings during the visit. Students can register for an in-person campus visit here: https://mankato.mnsu.edu/future-students/undergraduate/visit-campus/schedule-a-visit
- Virtual Information Sessions: We are currently offering two live virtual information sessions each week: Mondays at 3:30 PM and Fridays at 12:00 PM. This is an opportunity for prospective students and families to listen to a general presentation on our application process, housing, paying for college, and important dates. These sessions will be hosted by an Admissions Officer, so it’s a great time to ask questions as well. Registration can be found here: https://mankato.mnsu.edu/future-students/undergraduate/visit-campus/virtual-visits-and-tours/schedule-a-virtual-visit/
- Virtual Campus Tours: We offer the opportunity for students to explore our campus and residence hall rooms from the comfort of their own home through our engaging and dynamic online campus tour options, which can be found here: https://mankato.mnsu.edu/future-students/undergraduate/visit-campus/virtual-visits-and-tours/virtual-tour/
- Open Houses: We are offering a variety of in-person and virtual open house events this fall. More information about dates and registration is available here: https://mankato.mnsu.edu/future-students/undergraduate/visit-campus/schedule-a-visit/open-house-opportunities/