Salsa Bar at the Creations booth! Pizza, Chinese, grill items such as burgers & chicken strips, deli sandwiches and, of course, burritos!
All students interested in Cheerleading, there will be a sign-up list in the old gym P.E. classroom/small dance studio, April 6 & 7, 3:30 to 4:30.
Cheerleading tryouts will be held in May. Anyone who wishes to try out must have and maintain a 2.0 GPA with no Fs.
The 9th Annual Children’s Art & Science Festival is being held at the Hayward Parent Nursery School and they need student volunteers. Want to help? Pick up a green flyer in the Career Center.
On April 26th Hayward Adult School will be hosting the 16th Annual Ukulele Festival for which they need volunteers. The festival itself is a one day event, but they need volunteers for 2 days, Saturday & Sunday. If you would like to help out come to the Career Center to pick up a blue flyer. Or if you just want to go and have a fun day, you too should pick up the blue flyer.
Need community service hours? How about volunteering and helping with Special Olympics? Want more info? See Coach Webb.
Sophomores & Juniors: Sign up in the Career Center to be part of the U.C. Riverside presentation.
Up to 10 ˝ hours of community service available for students interested in helping out the Fremont Freewheelers 38th Annual Bicycle Race taking place on Sunday, April 19th. For more information pick up a white flyer in the Career Center.
Students: Summer school applications are now available in the counseling office. We have a wide variety of classes available which will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, so get your application in early to guarantee your spot. Classes run from 7:40 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., and start Tuesday, June 16th, running through Thursday, July 23rd. For more information, see Mr. Camacho, Ms. Kim or Mr. Smith.
Driver Education, April 13, 14 & 15, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Adult School. Call 489-2185 for info.
Logan has a great place to study, work on projects, use a computer, and get tutoring from your fellow students in most subjects. Logan’s Open Room 77. Monday – Friday, 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., Tuesday – Thursday, 3:30 – 4:30 p.m., and Saturdays 8:30 – 12:30. Make the right choice and your grades will improve too!
C4 Club meeting this Wednesday, we’ll be discussing our collaborative event and playing games. Hope to see you there!
Come join the fun, and sign up in the Career Center to be part of the Spring College Fair field trip on April 24th at CSU East Bay. This is a chance to check out over 100 colleges and universities from up and down our state as well as public and private institutions from across the country. The field trip and event are FREE, but space is limited to the first 120 juniors to turn in their permission slips.
Remember, April 30th is the deadline to have completed and turned in your 20 hours of community service needed to graduate!
Seniors: 4 more LOGAN ONLY scholarships coming April 1st. Be sure to check your email or stop by the Career Center for more info.
Seniors are excluded from participating in Senior Activities (Senior Ball, Senior Picnic, etc.) for debt, suspensions, and poor attendance (10 tardies and/or 8 period cuts per quarter). Seniors must turn in their Senior Contract and complete 20 hours of community service by April 30 to participate in any Senior Activity.
Weapons and Consequences
There has been a district-wide increase in the number of students who have gotten into trouble for possessing knives on campus. This is a reminder that possession of a weapon of any kind on campus such as a knife, razor blade, replica gun, gun, or other dangerous object will result in one or more of the following consequences:
1) Meeting with parent(s)
2) Suspension for a minimum of five days
3) Expulsion Hearing
4) Assignment to another school, e.g. Hayward Community Day School
You have a choice in this matter. Don't bring weapons to school! Often other students tell school officials about it, so expect to get caught if you make this choice. You have other choices you can make:
1) If you are being harassed tell a trusted adult such as a parent, teacher, counselor or administrator.
2) Stay away from students who you know have something they shouldn't have.
3) Keep us all safe...if you have information about weapons at school, be responsible and report it to a teacher, counselor or administrator. Don't keep a dangerous secret!