Logan High School, born in 1917, still standing strong today. There are so many things to be celebrated on the school’s one-hundredth birthday, and for the most part, students seem to be wrapped in a sense of optimism and pride about it. There are, of course some missing links, one of them being the lack of true appreciation towards teachers from a large amount of students.
Those who don’t care much about their teachers, usually forget that their teachers are more than just “teachers.” They have their own lives, and most of them chose their job because they realized the value and need of education in society. It is not only great to have school pride because of your peers’ and your own hard work, but also because of the realization of your teachers’ dedication and passion to keep the school alive.
Our teachers should be some of the most, if not, the most honored citizens in society. That’s why Mr. Eborn, the AP European History, Modern World Civilizations, and Geography teacher at Logan High, is being spotlighted by the newspaper.
“When Luther stapled the 95 Theses to the monastery door, it sparked the beginning of what would forever change western civilization’s political and social ideology."
Teacher of the Month
Some food for thought: These people have to deal with rotten, smelly teenagers for nearly seven hours, five days a week. Now, that's commitment. That's why here, we've dedicated a space for students to recognize teachers and their dedication. They deserve it.