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The Benjamin Logan Middle School is a part of the Benjamin Logan Local School District rural campus which is located six miles outside of Bellefontaine. The Middle School serves grades five through eight with an enrollment of approximately 580 students. We stress academic rigor and relevance, the importance of responsible citizenship, and development of each student’s abilities and interest. Benjamin Logan Middle School is one of the top rated Middle School in the area.  Go Raiders! 
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RAIDER SPOT LIGHT

BLMS FLL Team 
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akes home the Champions Award!

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On Saturday, November 23, 2019, Benjamin Logan Middle School had three teams compete at the FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Regional Qualifier in Beavercreek. Three teams competed and two of the teams are moving on to Districts for a chance to compete at the State level in February at the Nutter Center in Dayton. This year’s theme for FLL was City Shaper where teams had to identify a problem in a community and present a solution with a focus on inclusion and sustainability. This Innovative Project is presented to judges along with designing and building a robot using an EV3 brick and LEGO’s to accomplish missions for points on a game field all while displaying the Core Values of FIRST.

Team Upperclassmen did very well in Robot Game coming in 4th place in points scored, but not placing overall with a chance to move on. The team members were awarded with the Gracious Professionalism “I’m A Professional” pin given out by the judging team to only those competitors that demonstrate ALL of FIRST Core Values but especially how they treat each other and the other teams competing. Team Members included Allie Fay, Kate Hahn, Liam Sweeney, Kelley Forsythe, Hayden Godwin and Paul Gantt.

Team Traffic Cones won the overall Core Values Award which recognizes a team that excels across the Inspiration, Teamwork and Gracious Professionalism® categories. This team displays extraordinary enthusiasm and spirit, knows they can accomplish more together than they could as individuals, and shows each other and other teams respect at all times. Team Members included Ethan Van Winkle, Abigail Vance, Claire Rhodes, Wyatt LeVan and Utah Coleman.

Team Road Signs won the overall Champions Award which recognizes a team that “embodies the FIRST LEGO League experience, by fully embracing our Core Values while achieving excellence and innovation in both the Robot Game and Design, and the Innovation Project. Team Members included Dylan Vance, Maximus Clappsaddle, Johnathan Beikman, Wyatt Gordon, Gabriel Elsasser, and Powel Willoby.

All three teams, totaling 17 students, were coached by Gretchen Powell and Michelle Gantt. Congratulations to all the students on their accomplishments and we wish them success at the Regional Competition January 18-19, 2020 at Wright State University. Go Raiders!

Middle School Important Dates: JANUARY 2020

20: Martin Luther King Jr. Day- No School 
21: After School Detention until 4:30pm
       Board of Education Meeting 6pm
       (BLMS Tour 5 pm)
23: 7th & 8th Grade Art Club until 4:30pm
       COG until 4:30pm
       Study Tables until 4:30pm
24:  Life-touch Yearbook Group Picture Day 8:15am
       MS Basketball Games with Graham 5:30pm
       Logan County Spelling Bee @ BLMS @ 6pm
25:  Pete Rozmus MS Wrestling Invite 10am

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TeachArts Ohio

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The Benjamin Logan Middle School visual arts department has received a $36,000.00 TeachArtsOhio grant from the Ohio Arts Council for the 2019-2020 school year.  The staff and students will strive for an integrative learning experience while connecting several of the unified arts and academic disciplines.  (Click to Read More ...)