Logan View Public Schools would like to thank the Uehling Area Community Foundation for their generous grant of $1000 to purchase items for our Emergency Backpack Project.
After completing safety training, the Logan View Safety Committee saw the need to have Emergency Backpacks in every classroom. If the need would ever arise for a lock down or an off-site evacuation, these backpacks would be readily available and provide items necessary for staff and students to remain safe and secure.
We sincerely appreciate the Uehling Area Community Foundation's support and dedication to our school!
As was mentioned in the most recent newsletter, you are now able to access our activity calendar from the school website. You will see the link on the right side of the front page of the school website in the calendar section. When you click on the link you will be taken to the school calendar & from there you will be able to search for specific dates, or for schedules based on the activities you are interested in. You are also able to sign up to receive email and/or text notifications for specific activities. If you wish to sign up for text or email notifications, please CLICK HERE and go to the "Notify Me!" icon in the top right-hand corner. If you are searching for schedules for a particular sport, you will want to select the option that includes the word varsity, junior varsity, etc. If you just select the name of an activity without one of those qualifying words, you will find information about camps, senior night, etc. as soon as those are on the calendar. The calendar will update in real time, so as soon as any changes or updates are made they will be available to you. This is an exciting change and we believe it will make it much easier for everyone to stay informed about our school activities.
Representatives from Airgas, Lincoln Electric, Metro Community College, and Rasmussen Mechanical Services paid a visit to the welding lab at Logan View High School on Tuesday, September 23rd, to deliver items that were donated to the welding department. Greg Schroeter of Rasmussen Mechanical Services and Chris Beaty of Metropolitan Community College both spearheaded the effort to make Logan View High School the primary recipient of the American Welding Society Nebraska Section 81's annual donation to an area high school. The donation which included two MIG welding power sources, welding electrodes, power and hand tools, and personal protective equipment was valued at over $4,000. Bruce Gregory, of Lincoln Electric, Greg, and Chris spoke to the students about the American Welding Society (AWS), career opportunities in the welding industry, and competitions that are available to them such as the welding fabrication contest at the SkillsUSA State Leadership Conference.
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