Representing our school in athletic activities is a big part of many students' lives at LoMa. And there are plenty of opportunities to do so in our fall, winter, spring, and summer seasons. We wanted to recognize three seniors from the Class of 2023 that committed themselves to participating in athletics during all four seasons of their senior year! These student-athletes are shining examples of #PantherPride! Macanna Guritz: Volleyball, Basketball, Golf, Softball Greylan Hornbeck: Cross Country, Basketball, Track, Softball Emma Perkins: Volleyball, Basketball, Track, Softball
Attention Panther Community! Keeping with tradition, our high school students will spend part of their first day back to school participating in community service. To make plans and preparations for this, WE NEED YOU! Do you have a project that a group of students could help complete? Do you have a bit of yard work you'd like to finish? Do you know a Grandma or Grandpa who would love a few extra hands to make light work? Is there something you've noticed in our community that we could spruce up? Our community service will take place on Wednesday, August 23 during the morning hours. Our planning team will contact those involved to set up specific times as plans are made. Please send your ideas and requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your help with this! Our community is what makes our school strong, and we are so thankful for you! #PantherPride
LoMa Dance Team tryouts will take place after the Cheer tryouts on August 7! #PantherPride
Access our new Bound homepage through the Athletics button on our website or app!
See here for information about cheer tryouts on August 7! #PantherPride
This week we had eight high school students and two teachers go on a wilderness trek to Colorado. Today they hiked to the summit. 14,003 feet! #PantherPride from the highest elevation to date.
Are your kids gearing up for their next sports season and now they need new shoes? Or a new sports bag? Well, TSO is here for you! We are looking for people to donate used cleats, bags, and other sports equipment. We will then organize it and have it for sale at the Open House. DONATIONS will be accepted at Eby's Drug Store, Grey Gelding Coffee Shop, JusTeasin Hair Salon and the City Hall. We are accepting any and all sports equipment. Cleats, bags, shin guards, etc. Boxes will be available starting Tuesday, July 18th at the following locations. If you can't make it to one of the above locations but have donations, contact Bri Niedermyer, 712-592-0037. ITEMS ACCEPTED: cleats, shoes, bags, shin guards, balls, jerseys, bats, helmets, gloves. Thank you! We look forward to being able to recycle all that sports equipment sitting around your house and turning it into funds that can support our amazing teachers!
The softball Regional final game on Monday 7/10 will be played in Remsen at 7pm. Remember to purchase your ticket at Gobound.com.
The regional softball game scheduled for tonight has been POSTPONED to tomorrow, Saturday July 8 at 7:00pm.
Here is the link to pre-purchase tickets to tomorrow night's Softball Regional vs. Woodbury Central: https://tickets.gobound.com/tickets/events/h20230624025309683f6296154111245/checkout
The Logan Magnolia fall sports online stores are now available. Order your Panther gear here: Volleyball - https://lo-mavolleyball23.itemorder.com/shop/home/ Cross Country - https://loma-xc.itemorder.com/shop/home/ Football - https://lo-ma-football23.itemorder.com/shop/home/
District baseball tickets are available to purchase at the link below! You will have to select "Baseball" > "1A" > and the correct location, Gehlen Catholic, LeMars. #PantherPride https://www.iahsaa.org/tickets/
Today's softball 🥎 tournament will have a delayed start. The first game will be at noon. #PantherPride
The softball game vs Audubon on Tuesday, June 20th will be varsity only at 5:30.
Check out this video to hear from our staff about why they are excited for next year's literacy curriculum from Amplify CKLA! Hear from Mrs. Kiger about how much time our teachers invested in finding a program that will benefit all of our students. https://youtu.be/bMy45IeKafM
On April 26, Logan-Magnolia High School students took a "paws" on their schoolwork. In the morning, students participated in service projects around the community. The afternoon was all about fun and games! Paws Day helped us reset and finish the year strong! Thank you to the Paws Day Committee and all our volunteers! Check out some drone footage of the afternoon's activities here: https://youtu.be/fg05HlAV1Cc Morning service projects included: - Baking cookies for first responders - Assembling care packages for the Open Door Mission - Cleaning fire trucks, assembling fire prevention kits, and helping with landscaping at the fire department - Picking up trash, refilling wood chips, and helping with landscaping on the school grounds - Volunteering at the humane society - Picking up trash around the community - Helping local businesses, churches, and homeowners with cleaning projects - Cleaning up trash at Willow Lake Afternoon activities included: - Cookout - Volleyball, kickball, gaga ball, Panther ball, and softball - Yard games - Rock climbing and inflatables provided by the National Guard - Giant slip-n-slide - Kayak races
Even though school is out, our staff is still hard at work! Elementary teachers engaged in learning about the new literacy curriculum this week. Other staff engaged in learning about additional instructional practices to build relationships and increase engagement. Our paraprofessionals learned how to give feedback to students and other strategies for their toolbox.
The first graders loved visiting Logan Flours Baking Co. this last week. Thank you, Logan Flours and Scoops Ice Cream Shop, for donating the ice cream for our Picnic Day. We loved the delicious ice cream! It helped cool us down after a hot day. We had a fantastic time!
Elementary Fun Day was the BEST way to ring in the summer! Thank you to Mr. Carr and volunteers for helping us get active!