Per 2013-14 school calendar, Logan Elm Schools will be in session on May 16, 23, 30, June 2, 3 and 4. This tentative plan may be adjusted pending a vote on the calamity day bill in the Ohio General Assembly. Please check back for updates.
If a student does not have all materials needed to complete a blizzard bag assignment, the school and teachers will work with the student upon their return to school to complete the assignment in a timely manner.
Third Grade Reading Guarantee
Ohio legislation has strengthened the longstanding Third Grade Reading Guarantee (once called the Fourth Grade Guarantee) to give a greater emphasis to reading instruction and intervention in the early grades. The new law includes additional requirements for Logan Elm Schools and other districts. There are many elements of the Third Grade Reading Guarantee, and complete information may be found on the Ohio Department of Education website, or by contacting Logan Elm Schools. Several important elements are shown below.
In 2013-14, the following elements are in effect and reflected in Logan Elm Policy.
Due to some issues with our student information system and One Call Now, we had to delete all numbers and start over again. Our One Call Now system pulls phone numbers nightly from our student information system. If you need to change your information or would like to add additional phone numbers or email addresses, please visit the One Call Now Family Profile at http://goo.gl/IK29RN.
With the recent tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut we wanted to assure parents that the Logan Elm School District is making every effort to provide our students and staff with a safe learning environment. On Monday morning, I visited all the buildings in the district and talked with administrators about their safety plans and procedures. During the school year, we practice multiple safety drills and review our safety plans with school personnel and students. We also work closely with local law enforcement agencies throughout the school year to make certain our students are safe.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families in Newtown, Connecticut.
Tim Williams, Superintendent