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Mosaic Makers with Vicki Murphy

2017 Spelling Bee Participants

Averi Lane: Spelling Bee Runner Up & Ian Scheiderer: Spelling Bee Winner


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 530 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 Spotlight

State Board of Education
Momentum Award



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The Ohio's State Board of Education has granted Benjamin Logan Middle School a 2016-2017 Momentum Award. Now in its third year, the Momentum Award program is the State Board's way of recognizing schools that have received A's on each Value­-Added measure included on Ohio's school and district report cards. Congratulations to you and your school for keeping the learning momentum high!

Benjamin Logan Middle school’s report card for the 2016-2017 school year shows the pupils enjoyed greater than expected growth in reading and mathematics. This accomplishment makes BLMS part of an elite group of schools that are ensuring the academic growth of students from every background and ability level.

Members of the State Board of Education want to congratulate your staff with the vision they had to ensure academic growth for every child. We want to thank your teachers, support staff and parents for believing that every child can achieve. Your school is a wonderful example for all Ohio schools.

Sincerely,

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Tess Elshoff
President State Board of Education
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The Builders Club joined hands with the Student Council for our 3rd annual clothing drive.  Students in the middle school donated numerous hats, gloves, and coats which will be donated to those in need.  The homeroom that brought in the most items will be receiving a movie with hot cocoa and cookies.  Congratulations to Mrs. Smith's 7th grade homeroom for donating the most items.  








 

                                                                            
                

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Student Council News!

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The Student Council has been busy during the beginning of the school year. We have had many BLASTs (Benjamin Logan After School Theater) where students have had opportunities to watch movies, play games, and see friends outside of the traditional school setting. During that time, students have bought concessions that help pay for school dances and activities, as well as help sponsor a student attend the Washington DC Trip.   

We also had a successful spirit week where students dressed up for Homecoming, and donated 50 cents to dress up each day. All the money collected, $437, was donated to the American Red Cross to help with Hurricane Relief. Recently, we just completed Novem-beard where male staff members grew out their beards. This time, students donated 25 cents to vote for their favorite beard. All money collected, $160, will be donated to the Belle Center Food Pantry.

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