Our 5th grade band performing at the Riverfront in Omaha yesterday!
We have loved having our visiting artists spend time with our students this semester. Here it was Ms. Pedersen's class's turn to get creative with Kendra Beckner.
Congratulations to this year's 2022-2023 Internship Students on their graduation. A special thanks to all of the businesses and organizations that have helped make our Work-Based Learning/Internship Program a success. Students over the past two years have completed semester or year long internships with the following partners: 2022-23 Loftus Heating and Air Vulcan Industries T and S Electric Country Hardware and Supply Platinum Gymnastics One Farm JC Ag Financial Services Dunlap McLaughlin’s Plumbing Service Missouri Valley Azira Health Longview Missouri Valley Wheeldon Construction Missouri Valley Logan-Magnolia School Grounds and Transportation Logan-Magnolia Elementary Logan-Magnolia Panther Room 2021-2022 One Farm Eby Drug Logan Super Foods Westmont Care Center Harrison County Public Health JusTeazin Hair Salon HTH Companies Omaha, NE Nutshells Dairy Sweet Woodbine Van Wall Equipment Woodbine Logan-Magnolia Panther Room Any business or organization interested in hosting an intern or learning more information about the program, please contact Dan Thompson email@example.com.
State Qualifying Track and Field meet tickets are on sale now. Follow these instructions: 1. Click the link below 2. Click on the track and field picture 3. Click on 1A 4. Find the Lawton-Bronson site in the list and click Get Tickets. https://www.iahsaa.org/tickets/
There were a lot of leftover boxes from our Book Blast. TK students used their imaginations to put them to use!
Tonight's soccer games against St. Albert will start at 4:30 and 6pm due to the field in use not having any lights. The games will be played at the Council Bluffs Recreation Complex (2900 Richard Downing Ave Council Bluffs, IA 51501). Remember - buy tickets online through Bound.
An art lesson in Mrs. Darnell's classroom with Kendra Beckner. Thank you again for sharing your passion with our students!
Congratulations to the April Top Cat recipients! #PantherPride
2,450! That is the number of books sent home with Logan-Magnolia students after our Book Blast fundraiser to build home libraries! A huge thank you to everyone who donated. There were so many smiling faces!
Third Grade has been learning about the different types of bridges in math. Students have put their knowledge into practice by building some beam bridges of their own.
We were thrilled to welcome Kendra Beckner last Friday for some enriching lessons on oil painting. Here are some photos from Mrs. Dunham's class. Thanks Kendra for sharing your creativity and expertise!
Logan Magnolia High School Biology students will be showcasing their learning at the annual Science Fair. Come out and experience their work on Thursday afternoon between 1:00 and 3:00.
From 3rd Grade: Lots of art adventures are happening with Missy Rowe within the school! On Wednesday, the kiddos had a BLAST learning about clay, shapes, and how to mold clay into a blooming flower. In third grade, these kiddos bloomed to be amazing humans and have grown so much academically. We have molded flowers to remind us of our hard work this year and are gifting them to someone special in our lives. We continue to be so grateful for our time with Missy. She repeatedly expresses how special and unique all of their creations are. Art is such a beautiful thing for our students to engage in as they expand their creative minds.
In guidance this week, students are discussing kindness in action. At the end of the lesson students share acts of kindness they could perform. At recess yesterday this group picked up trash without being asked on the playground! So proud of them for taking action!
Good luck to our Business Professionals of America members as they depart for Anaheim, California tomorrow morning to compete at the National BPA Leadership Conference. Ava Goldsmith, Marki Bertelsen, Grant Brix and Gavin Kiger will be competing in their nationally qualified events, attending the leadership conference and taking part in BPA tours while in California. A huge thank you to the following local business sponsors that have so graciously helped to support this event: Midwest Mechanical Industrial Services Matt Rowe State Farm Insurance Agent Brian Koenig - Koley Jessen Law Firm Logan Kiwanis Club Washington County Bank Horizon Rehabilitation Center - Logan
Lo-Ma will be having its annual greenhouse sale starting today. The sale will continue until supplies run out. We will be selling a variety of plants at great prices!
Today's track meet vs. Underwood has been canceled.
The Commons was the place to be for a fiesta on Wednesday! The Spanish Fair was a special collaboration between Mrs. Lopez's high school Spanish class and the Spanish class at West Harrison High School. We were pleased to welcome elementary classes for lessons on food, music, dance, geography, and art - all led by the older students. Check out a video of the activities here: https://youtu.be/CFK02KW0nx4
Congratulations to our two final Book Blast winners - there was one more treasure chest stuffed with cash and a brand new iPad! Thank you for being part of our adventure and congrats again to ALL our winners!
We were happy to have guest artist Missy Rowe join us today to teach students about warm and cool colors. Thank you for sharing your talents with a new generation of artists!