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Athletic Boosters Exam Day

The Benjamin Logan Athletic Department is hosting our annual Physical Exam Day for all students who are needing a physical exam for sports, camps, work, or other activities for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year.  The Physical Exam date is Wednesday, May 25 and appointments can be made by calling or texting Kim Kossel, Athletic Booster Member, at 937-539-6900.  Appointments will be from 3:00-5:30pm and walk-ups will be accepted after 5:30pm but an appointment is suggested.  Information about this exam date can be found on the Benjamin Logan website at www.benjaminlogan.org and you can also download the OHSAA Physical Exam Form to complete the required information and obtain a parent or guardians signature prior to the exam date.  Please plan ahead and get your physical exam completed on Wednesday, May 25 at Benjamin Logan High School to be prepared to the upcoming 2016-2017 school year.

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2016-17 Physical Form.pdf

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The Logan County Health district is holding a special school immunization clinic on Tuesday May 24th from 4-6PM. Immunizations for children entering 7th and 12th grade will be offered. Please see the FLYER for more information.  READ MORE...
The Benjamin Logan Elementary is conducting Kindergarten Screening May 4th, 5th and 6th. Children must be 5 years old by August 1, 2016, in order to attend Kindergarten at Benjamin Logan. If you have a child that is eligible to attend Kindergarten next year, please call the Elementary at 937-592-4838 to schedule a screening appointment. When you call, we will need child's full name, date of birth, address, social security number, birth city and mother's maiden name.  READ MORE...
Applications for participation in the Interdistrict Open Enrollment Program may be obtained at the Superintendent’s office of the Benjamin Logan Local School District, 4740 CR 26, Bellefontaine, Oh 43311, or by calling 937-593-9211 x 1003. The last day to submit applications is May 1, 2016  READ MORE...
In Ohio, parents interested in educating his or her child at home may do so by notifying their local school district superintendent and meeting the requirements of Ohio law to home school. If requirements are met, the district superintendent releases the student from required compulsory school attendance. This excuses the student and family from school attendance requirements in state law.  READ MORE...
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Scores in the college readiness report show both recent and extended time results. Benjamin Logan has established an action plan for high school students which directly contributes to their success. Creating a common focus, establishing high expectations for all students, requiring a rigorous curriculum, providing student counseling, and measuring and evaluating progress all lead to achieving and sustaining high student performance.  READ MORE...
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