Dear Benjamin Logan Parents,
Because you as parents are such an important part of helping students learn, we would like to know how welcome you feel in our buildings and how well we include you in your child's learning. Family engagement has the greatest impact on learning when families are able to take action at home to reinforce what students are learning in the classroom. It is our mission to empower our Benjamin Logan educators and families to:
  • develop trusting relationships,
  • learn together how to best support student achievement,
  • and strengthen the ability of all families to effectively support their children’s learning.
Parents...WE NEED YOU to help us assess our current family-school partnership efforts!  WE NEED YOU to help us strengthen the foundation for partnering with our families. WE NEED YOU and all of our Benjamin Logan families to share the responsibility for expanding our family-school partnerships.

Please take a few moments to complete this short survey for each building that your child attends. Each school has its own set of data. We do find that experiences vary from school to school within the district so parents may have different opinions to share regarding each building survey. 

If a family has multiple students in the same building, you can just mark multiple grade levels on one survey.

We need all surveys completed by November 6. Hardcopies are also available in each building's office upon request.
As an incentive for completing the survey your name will be entered into a drawing to win one (1) AeroGarden Harvest 360 Indoor Hydroponic Garden along with a Seed Pod Kit.

Please find the links for School - Benjamin Logan High School as below:
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Welcome to Benjamin Logan High School

Benjamin Logan High School is a public, four-year comprehensive high school. The average student enrollment is 150 students per graduating class. Benjamin Logan is fully accredited by the State of Ohio Department of Education. It is a member of the consortium of local high schools comprising of the Ohio Hi-Point Career Center. Students may attend the career center on a full time or part time basis their junior and senior year, to enroll in specialized vocational programs.

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SENIORS OF THE MONTH
Jacob McKenrickMolly Vance

Jacob McKenrick

Molly Vance