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 Logan County School 2020 - 2021 School Calendar   To view the 2020 - 2021 calendar please use this link  


Logan County Schools / Southern West Virginia Community Technical College Early College Academy Application

 Be at least a 10th grade student.  Possess the interest and aptitude necessary for success in college-level coursework. This should be documented as a letter of reference from an ELA teacher at the student’s home school.  Have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 2.5 to enroll at the time of application.  No level 3 or 4 discipline actions 



The public hearing on the proposed preliminary budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021, originally scheduled for May 26, 2020 has been changed to May 27, 2020 at 5:00 pm at the Logan County Board of Education Central Office located at 250 Holly Ave., Logan, WV, 25601.  Any person or persons desiring the opportunity to speak or submit any written document regarding the preliminary budget will be permitted to do so via phone.  Please call 304-792-2041 leav your name and number,  you will be called during the meeting to express your comments. 



Logan County Schools Proposed 2020 - 2021 Budget      



Logan County Schools  has set tentative Graduation dates for 2020 

June 25, 2020  Man High School  7:00 p.m. 

June 26, 2020  Logan High School  7:00 p.m. 

June 27, 2020 Chapmanville Regional High School 7:00 p.m.  





Logan County Schools Employees

2020 Section 125 Open Enrollment



Due to the closure of school and the COVID-19 social distancing precautions, we are unable to hold face-to-face meetings with the American Fidelity representatives to review your benefits.  However, to be in compliance with our Section 125 Pre-Tax Benefits Plan, the benefit review is still required.   American Fidelity has the ability for employees to "meet" with a representative online.




The enrollment period begins Monday, May 11th for plan year 7/1/2020 - 6/30/2021.





 - Click on "Schedule Your Appointment" button above

- A window will pop up with morning, afternoon and evening appointments available to you.

- Click on the desired date and morning/afternoon/evening and reserve a specific time. Enter your name, phone number, and email address at which you wish to be contacted.

- Appointments are scheduled for 30 minutes to allow ample time for each employee, but most appointments will not last a full 30 minutes.



- A few minutes before your scheduled appointment, make sure your computer is connected to the internet and you have access to your email inbox. - At your appointment time, one of the American Fidelity reps listed below will call you on the phone# you provided and email you a link to log into your "Go to Meeting"  - The representative will walk you through your benefits enrollment process step-by-step, answer any questions and assist you in signing your annual Section 125 election form.




According to the WVDE, the date to submit testing requirements for homeschool students has been extended until December 2020


 Student Driver Enrollment Request


Logan County Schools Employee Federal Credit Union is open on Tuesdays only  between the hours of 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. for call in services only.   For more informaction please call 304-752-1513



The following policies are currently under by review by the Logan County Board of Education  

COVID 19 - March 2020

District Requests

Policy Update 12.1

Special Update Continued Operations Amid COVID -19

 Charter Schools 


Dear Parents, Families, and Staff:

We believe that there is no love as great as a family has for a child, and because of this, we know that the most important thing we can do for our children is to ensure their physical safety and emotional well-being. As our scheduled spring break begins, I want you to be ensured that our district team has worked diligently with our teachers and principals across Logan County to rapidly develop plans to support students’ nutritional, academic, and social-emotional needs while they are home. I ask for your patience and flexibility as we all adapt to new ways of teaching and learning outside of the traditional classroom setting. Our goal now is to ensure a continuity of education to the greatest extent possible, given current conditions in these unprecedented times.


Please be reassured that the safety of students and staff remains our highest priority. It is important to continue to comply with the Governor’s “Stay-At-Home” directive as we support our students from our homes where we are also attempting to care for our own families in this time of crisis. Together we have felt overwhelmed as all of us attempt to juggle classes, learn how to use new technology and keep up with our work schedules. It is hard work for families and for staff, and I know that each of us are working hard at it.


Our duty as a school district during this period will be to continue to carry out the following essential services:

  • Meal preparation and distribution to students.
  • Keeping the continuity of learning moving forward.


This new way of “doing” school has changed all of us, and our district is dedicated to supporting each student, staff member and family member in meeting the needs of all students as the families of Logan County CHOOSE education for their child. Yes, it is the family’s CHOICE, and we respect that choice by offering the following:

1. Students will not be penalized for any educational performance after March 13, 2020. Work completed after this date will only add value to grades. Students can improve their grades, but no student will be penalized for any educational performance after that date.

2. We will continue to provide lessons via online portals, social media, and teleconferencing, but will not send or accept any work packets. We know you will CHOOSE to use these lessons to prepare your children for the next grade. This time is a great opportunity for teachers, families and students to broaden their learning by enriching them with learning that that they are passionate about. But, if for some reason your child is not able to complete work, they will not be penalized.

3. We will continue to provide students with feedback and will record grades in Live Grades, but if their final fourth nine weeks grade is lower than the grade they had on March 13, they will receive the highest of the two. Feedback will focus on learning not grading. This will allow students and teachers to focus on growth and improvement.

4. Teachers may host a Zoom lesson, a Microsoft TEAMS meeting, or go live on social media and invite students to participate, but teachers will not fail students if they are unable to get online.

5. Students, who are enrolled in dual enrollment courses with colleges, will need to follow the guidance sent from the college. The college issues the credit and their criteria are the ones that are required for credit and may differ from ours.

6. Students participating in AP courses will still be receiving instruction to prepare them for the AP exams when they are rescheduled.

7. Students will not be assigned any work during spring break. We want our families and staff to take a break, refresh, and be present with one another.

8. Our teachers will be available a minimum of two hours each day to take phone calls and assist our students with meeting their academic and social/emotional needs. These hours will be communicated to families and students by their teachers. Some teachers may choose to do more at their discretion. These hours will accommodate the developmental levels and needs of our students. Other hours will be used to plan and deliver lessons and communicate with students by other means. We ask that families honor these hours so that teachers can plan their day more effectively and so they can be present with their families.

9. We pledge our commitment to our students as we continue to support their growth into spring and summer. Keep in touch with our staff and for additional information, you may CHOOSE to read the WVDE Remote Learning Framework for COVID-19 Emergency at the following link:




If any Logan County School student or employee is in need of tech support during this time, please email your problems/questions to:





To view the 2020 - 2021 calendar please use this link.  





Please use this link for additional information and the registration packet




















Logan County Schools

Transportation of Pre K – Third (3rd) Grade Students

State Policy 4336


The Logan County Board of Education is committed to students, parents and the general public to ensure the safety of the young students through sensible and cautious methods. Consistent with these interests and the obligations of the parents of students in the Logan County School System, the Logan County Board of Education has adopted and implemented this Transportation of Pre K – Third Grade students.

For the safety of the Pre K – Thrid grade students, the transportation department bus drivers will not drop a Pre K – Third grade student off at their designated bus stop or an assigned alternate bus stop without a parent, guardian or established responsible adult visibly present to meet the child and take responsibility for the child’s safe departure of the bus stop area.

In cases where a parent, guardian or established responsible person is not visibly present at the bus stop, the school will be notified and the child will be either returned to the school that they attend or where possible, arrangements will be made to have the child picked up at a designated bus stop on the driver’s next run.

When the child is returned to the school, the school administrators will make contact with the parent, guardian or responsible party and make arrangements to have the child picked up at the school.

If this situation continues to persist, a conference will be held with parents, guardian and school personnel to determine a resolution.

On a case by case basis, situations may exist where a parent may make an appeal to the school principal and the transportation department for an exception to this policy.





Logan County School now uses SmartFind Express to call out substitutes.

All employees and substitutes must call and register to be active in the system. 

Please click the link below and follow the directions to register and become active in the system. 








Logan County Guidelines for Classroom Celebrations

Logan County Guidelines for School Celebrations



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506 Holly Avenue | Logan, West Virginia 25601 | Phone: 304-792-2060