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Logan Administrators Assist as Police Investigate `Brownie' Incidents

UNION CITY (Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010) – Administrators at James Logan High School are assisting the Union City Police Department’s investigation after five students became ill on campus last week, having ingested brownies or other baked goods apparently laced with ingredients that caused the students to become under the influence and/or sick.
 
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E-News: Jan. 26, 2010

Budget Forum
More than 40 people braved rainy, cold weather to attend last week’s New Haven Community Forum on the District budget. Superintendent Kari McVeigh and Interim Chief Business Officer Jim O’Connor told the group that despite Gov. Schwarzenegger’s assertion that education is not being cut, his budget proposal would mean New Haven will have to cut at least $3.2 million –
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E-News: Jan. 19, 2010

Superintendent to Hold Forums on Budget
Superintendent Kari McVeigh is inviting parents and other community members to discuss the District budget at the next New Haven Community Forum, to be held Wednesday (Jan. 20).
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E-News: Jan. 12, 2010

Superintendent to Hold Forums on Budget
Superintendent Kari McVeigh is inviting parents and other community members to discuss the District budget at the next New Haven Community Forum, to be held Wednesday, Jan. 20.
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More Teachers Get Grant Money for Students

UNION CITY (Thursday, January 7, 2010) – Thanks to the generosity of a current Board of Education member, a past Board member and a local business, the New Haven Schools Foundation today presented four more New Haven Unified School District teachers with “Innovations in Education” classroom grants, for special projects that promote learning.
 
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E-News: Jan. 5, 2010

Logan Students Selected for National Leadership Program
Five James Logan High School sophomores have been accepted into the People to People Leadership Program in Medicine, to be held at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore in June.
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Santa Gives Teachers Money for Students

UNION CITY (Thursday, December 17, 2009) – Santa Claus visited teachers throughout the New Haven Unified School District today, sharing nearly $6,000 worth of classroom grants awarded through the New Haven Schools Foundation’s “Innovations in Education” program, for special projects that promote learning.
 
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Board Briefs: Dec. 15, 2009

The Board of Education on Tuesday night received a presentation on campus safety from James Logan High School Principal Amy McNamara and School Site Council President John Shockley.
 
Ms. McNamara and Mr. Shockley told the Board that the Logan staff has been working on the four priorities outlined during a September safety meeting with the Board:
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E-News: Dec. 15, 2009

Searles Students, Staff, PTC Reach Out
Searles Elementary students and staff have been busy reaching out to help the community, Principal Debi Knoth reports.
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Board Briefs: Dec. 8, 2009

The Board of Education on Tuesday night decided on the name “James Logan High School Center for the Performing Arts” for the theater and music/drama education complex that the District building at the high school.
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E-News: Dec. 8, 2009

District to Receive ‛Green’ Award
New Haven Unified has been chosen to receive a Green California Schools Leadership Award. The award, in the “energy” category, will be presented Thursday (Dec. 10) at the Green California Schools Summit in Pasadena.
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Video System Going Online at Logan

UNION CITY (Monday, Dec. 7, 2009) – A long-awaited video surveillance system, designed to enhance student safety and improve campus security at James Logan High School, will become operational this week.
 
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Expert on Equity in Education to Visit Four New Haven Schools

UNION CITY (Thursday, Dec. 3, 2009) – Enid Lee, a well-known authority on the subject of equity in education and the country’s Multicultural Educator of the Year in 2008, will visit four schools in the New Haven Unified School District on Tuesday.
 
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E-News: Dec. 1, 2009

District Leaders to be Honored
Superintendent Kari McVeigh and former superintendent Guy Emanuele are among “30 Influential Leaders” who will be honored Saturday (Dec. 5) by Kidango, which provides pre-school services for New Haven and several other EastBay and SouthBay school districts.
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E-News: Nov. 17, 2009

Folklórico, HEART Invite You to Eat for a Good Cause
Warm up for Thanksgiving by eating out. Twice. On the same day. And help support James Logan High School’s Ballet Folklórico and the District's Health Education and Resource Team while you're doing it.
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