Secondary Social Studies Public Review

Secondary Social Studies Public Review

The Utah Secondary Social Studies Standards revisions have been approved for a 90-day public review by the State Board of Education. Robert Austin, the state social studies specialist, will convene regional public input meetings in conjunction with schools and districts across the state. Logan City School District will host a meeting on July 21, 2016 at 6:00 PM. We welcome you to attend.

More information can be found here: http://www.schools.utah.gov/CURR/socialstudies/Revision.aspx

Lynda.com Accounts

Lynda.com Accounts

Did you know all faculty and students have access to Lynda.com?   Login to access a tremendous variety of online courses covering a broad range of categories, such as how to get the most out of your iPad, how to edit photos in Photoshop, how to improve your Excel skills, how to program in Java, and hundreds of other topics.  Click the link below to access Lynda with your district login information.

Lynda.com

New Flyers and Newsletters Page

New Flyers and Newsletters Page

Check out our new Flyers and Newsletters page, the place to go if you are looking for discounts, events, etc., or if you are wanting to distribute a flyer or newsletter on our website.  The permanent link will be found under the Parents & Students dropdown menu above, or you can use the following link:

Flyers and Newsletters

District Projects

District Projects

Check out our District Projects page to find updates on current and upcoming construction projects around the district.

District Projects

LHS Begins Distribution of Laptops to Students

LHS Begins Distribution of Laptops to Students

LHS has officially begun distributing Macbook Airs to its students as part of the district's new one-to-one initiative.  For additional information, please visit the one-to-one resource page by clicking on the one-to-one banner image above, or following the link listed below.

Click here to read a Herald Journal article about the laptop distribution.

Click here to view the KSL News story.

Click here to visit the one-to-one resource page.