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  March 2015  
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Mr. Pheron in the Pi(e) Eating Contest!

Mr. Shadley taking part in the Pi(e) Eating Contest!

Coach Greavu wiping the Pi(e) out of his EYES!

Ms. Straker is ready!

Mr. Kelly and his first Pi(e) Day!

I think this is Mrs. Krock!

Mr. Braddock: Pi(e) eating contest 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 560 students. We stress academic rigor and relevance, the importance of responsible citizenship, and development of each student’s abilities and interest. The BLMS is rated Excellent with Distinction by the state of Ohio. Go Raiders!


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The Middle School Art Club again decorated a door for the Doors of EnCOURAGEment event.  Our door has a candy store theme with bright colors and whimsical imagery.  The doors are now on display in downtown Bellefontaine.  They will line the streets until April 28.  Be sure to take the time and stroll through downtown, as you will be amazed by the artistry on the 84 doors this year.  The doors are transformed by local artists, families, businesses, organizations and clubs.  An auction will take place at the close of the event, April 28, at Logan County Fairgrounds.  All proceeds will go to the Logan County Cancer Society.

Jennifer Davis, Middle School Art Instructor


takes place June 15-19, 2015
at Bellefontaine City Schools. Registration deadline is Friday, April 10, 2015. Cost is $55.Some of the classes to choose from are: Jewelry & Accessories Galore, Slimy Science, and Adventures in Robotics.

Click on the link below to download a form.



Benjamin Logan Middle School had three delegations: Fiji, Finland, and Spain attending this year’s OMUN (Ohio Model United Nations) leadership conference held in Columbus, Ohio, on March 15th-17th.  This year’s OMUN conference had 1,050 student delegates from across the State of Ohio. BLMS had the distinction of all three of their resolutions being selected for further debate in General Assembly or the Human Rights Council. Further honors went to the nation of Fiji for their outstanding resolution.  Of the 153 resolutions presented this year, Fiji was 1 of 12 nations awarded an Outstanding Leadership trophy to recognize the superior quality of their resolution. BLMS was represented by these students in grades 6, 7, and 8. Students representing Fiji: Anna Blake, Joseph Gulick, Mason Hammer, Vance McClanahan, and Mason Manns. Students representing Finland: Ben Coffield, Jamie Gill, Jacob McKenrick, Ammon Miller, Blake Peterson, Ethan Ricketts, and Elijah Ruggieri.Students representing Spain: Ashley Gantt, Kenna Hone, Katie Meier, Maddie Robinson, Annika Simovart, and Mailiis Simovart.  Advisors are Bobby Gill and Amy McCormick.