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JH/HS Announcements

Announcements for November 16, 2018 Subs:Mr. Hornbeck for Mr Peterson.Trent Kuhl out of the building, Mrs. Gochenour out of the building this morning, Mrs. Stueve here for Mrs. Hemphill- this afternoon, Mr. Darling for Mr. Albertson, Mrs. Koenig for Mrs. Schmitz Bus Duty:Mrs. Martindale & Ms. Lacey Detention:Mr. K C Kersten *********************  November 16: 9:30 start. End of 1st . . .

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There will be no salad bar offered in junior high and high school the week of Thanksgiving, November 19th  and 20th, 2018.   Thank you!

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TSO Craft Fair is November 17, 2018 from 9 am-2 pm

The TSO Craft Fair is Nov 17th from 9-2 at the Logan Christian Church.  This fundraiser brings in a lot of the money that we reimburse teachers with.  We will be having a cookie walk starting at 9:00.  We are looking for cookie donations if you want to help!  If you are not a cookie baker, don’t fret…. we also need cookie buyers!      . . .

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Thanksgiving Break will be November 21st-23rd, 2018

There will be no school November 21st-23rd for Thanksgiving Break.  Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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Blood Drive at Lo-Ma Tuesday, November 27, 2018 from 8 am-2 pm

LO-MA Student Council Logan-Magnolia High School Auditorium Tuesday, November 27th, 2018 8:00 AM  -  2:00 PM   Please call or email for an appointment: Logan-Magnolia High School office :712-644-2250   cdubas@lomaschools.org or go online at www.redcrossblood.org   Our school participates in the Young Minds Change Lives High . . .

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Picture Retakes Thursday, November 29, 2018 @ 8:15 am in Auditorium

Picture retakes will be Thursday, November 29, 2018 at 8:15 am in auditorium.    

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Information about the Adopt-a-Resident Program

Lo-Ma is proud to continue our tradition of giving as we embark on the holiday season. For the last several years, each classroom that participates adopts an elderly resident from the area nursing homes that has no family. This tradition aligns with our Character Counts program. Adopt-a-Resident teaches responsibility, caring and citizenship. We ask students to complete a task at home they normally wouldn’t do for a small fee. . . .

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Please subscribe to get a copy of Lo-Ma Prints and the Lo-Ma Lampoon for $25 a year

Click on the link to print out the form to subscribe to Panther Prints and the Lo-Ma Lampoon Newspaper. Panther Print & Lo-Ma Lampoon Order Form  

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