- Auditions for the Logan Invitation Track & Field meet will be next Wednesday after school. See Coach Webb for details.
- Day of silence is tomorrow. Materials are available in Room 521 before and after school.
CLASS (Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, Freshman)
- Seniors - Need some extra cash for college? Then apply for the 3 new Logan only Scholarships now in your email, the Moneybox, and in the Career Center's website. All 3 scholarships are due May 1st at 3:45pm in the Career Center, and as always NO LATE applications will be accepted. So don't procrastinate the clock is ticking!
- ASB election packets are available for pickup. If you are interested in running for office, see Ms. Walton in room 67 for a packet. Elections will be April 21-24.
- Attention seniors: Don’t forget Achievers will be here for cap and gown distributions right after school in the Pavilion Lobby for last names M through Z. Come pick up your caps and gowns!
- Teen Empowerment/Anti-Bullying Day created by Shakti Movement Club will be held today. Spread the message of peace, love, and happiness by wearing purple to show your support against bullying.
- BSU will have a meeting today in Room 529 after school.
- The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be meeting today 5th period in Room 526.
- The Computer Science Club meets today after school at 3:30 in room 475. It is open to all students who are interested in learning about computers and programming them.
- Yearbooks are $70 with ASB $80 without ASB. Payment plans available.
- Want to get your Driver's License? You need Driver Education! Pick up your application from your house office. Classes will be offered in June. Call the Adult School for more information, 489-2185.
- There’s Saturday School this Saturday in Room 93, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. If you need help with your homework this is the time to get it.
- Our second Blood Drive of the school year will be tomorrow in the Old Band Room. If you would like to sign up, there will be a booth in Colt Court starting tomorrow during both lunches. Donate blood to save a life.
- Project WHAT! looking for youth between the ages of 14-18, who have had an incarcerated parent and are willing to share their experience. We are looking for youth who share our desire to increase awareness of what it’s like to have a parent in prison or jail, and to improve services for youth with incarcerated parents. . For more information about Project WHAT!, visit: www.communityworkswest.org, find us on Facebook.com/CWProjectWHAT or Text (415)531-2649. See Mr. Sills in room 73 for more information.