Superintendent commends all involved in making pandemic year successful
By Paul Mullins, Superintendent, Logan County Schools

Posted on May 27, 2021 8:12 PM


As the 2020-21 school year comes to a close, let's all take a moment for reflection and thanks. This past year has posed many unforeseen challenges for our students, families, and staff.

Thank you to our STUDENTS for your perseverance throughout the 2020-21 school year. In a year unlike any other we have ever experienced, you all have demonstrated your strength, resilience, and determination to succeed.

Thank you to our FAMILIES and COMMUNITIES for your unwavering support. You help build the foundation that leads to the success of our students and schools.

Thank you to our CLASSIFIED STAFF across every department who have put in countless hours to meet the needs of our students. Always putting the health and safety of others first never went unnoticed.

Thank you to our TEACHERS for your willingness to adapt and deliver instruction to all of our students, both virtually and in person. You have met the challenge of our lifetime, and our future is brighter because of you.

Thank you to our ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM for continually adapting to the many challenges of the pandemic. Your innovative leadership helped guide our students from virtual to hybrid to in-person school.

The amazing work of our school district is made possible through strong support of the Logan County BOARD OF EDUCATION. Maintaining safety while striving to provide high-quality education was a challenge they navigated well.

I am proud of everyone who helped make this school year possible. Working together to address the many facets of the pandemic, we demonstrated to our young people the importance of facing our challenges with a positive attitude and always seeking the best solution for all."


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