Often Mondays are not a day high school seniors particularly look forward; however, 25 September was not a typical Monday at Logan County High School. In an effort to recognize their school-record-setting ACT scores from the previous year and the strong beginning to this school year, the school’s administration hosted a pancake breakfast for the seniors and instructors at the school. The breakfast, consisting of pancakes, sausage, and a choice of beverages was prepared and served by the school’s principals, counselors, secretaries, and the youth services center director.
At the start of the celebration, LCHS lead principal, Mr. Spears, congratulated the seniors for their ACT scores and the smooth beginning to the school year. He then noted that many of the students and student organizations are also experiencing degrees of excellence outside the academic setting, including but not limited to, football, marching band, and volleyball. He concluded by challenging the students to finish the quarter strong and continue the hard work throughout rest of the school year.
Following his remarks, students lined up and experienced what appears to have been a very well received reward. When asked his thoughts on the occasion, senior Chris Reeves commented, “The breakfast was a great surprise. I couldn’t believe school sausage could taste so good!”