One Teacher of the Year from each elementary school, and two Teachers of the Year from both the middle and high school will be selected during the 2018-2019 school year.
How It Works
Teachers/faculty have “Best Bear Tickets” and hand them to students that are caught doing a positive act. The students then drop them in a box with their specific grades. Our Behavior Specialist will then draw 10 tickets out daily and announce them to come down first thing in the morning. Those students will draw a number and place their ticket on that designated box of the 200 club grid. When there are 10 in a row, those students are invited to a 200 club activity with the principal.
These activities are monthly throughout the year. So far this year, we have had three 200 club activities;
Halloween pumpkin decorating, Turkey Bingo and eating lunch with the principal!
Come Join Us as we honor our 5th grade students for completing the N.O.V.A. Program.
Wednesday January 9th, 2019
1:45 pm -2:45 pm
Come Join Us!
Dec. 12th or 13th @ 1:50pm
December 12--2nd, 4th and 5th.
December 13--1st and 3rd grades
December 14--Kindergarten AM 8:25
December 14--Kindergarten PM 12:20
Holiday Card Challenge
We invite all students to participate in Logan City School District’s
Holiday Card Challenge!
To enter submit an original design on an 8 1⁄2 X 11 piece of paper. On the back clearly print your first and last name, grade, and school.
Please submit artwork to the District Office
Entries collected until December 10, 2018 at 4:00pm
If your design is selected it will appear on the District Holiday Card which is sent to various agencies and districts throughout the state.
We look forward to honoring the artist selected during a January Board Meeting
If you have any questions, please contact Shelly at the District Office
We were excited to have a group come to teach us about their Native American culture and to give us demonstrations of different cultural dances. Ask your kids to tell you about what they learned.
Bridger Elementary School Counselor
Hi. My name is Chris Hardy and I am the new school counselor for Bridger and am so excited to be here, I will be teaching monthly guidance lessons in the classrooms, run small groups and help students individually.
My job is to help students with skills such as making friends, social skills, dealing with
anger, stress & anxiety, sadness, self-control, self-esteem, or making responsible choices. Students are never in trouble when they work with me. I am here to be an additional supportive adult in the school who cares about your children and their wellbeing.
Students can be referred to me for counseling services by their teacher, principal, parents, or themselves. A consent form needs to be signed before group or individual counseling services can begin. Please keep in mind that I am not a therapist, and some situations may not be within the scope of school counseling but I can refer you to specialists in the area.
Chris Hardy School Counselor
Parenting Tip for Using a Growth Mindset
Focus on their effort and not their ability. When you offer encouraging words to kids, give them feedback on their effort, Discuss with them the strategies they used. Ask them questions about how they completed a task or figured out a problem. Doing this helps children learn that their success is based on their effort and not their abilities. Overtime, this will help them develop a growth mindset.
Here some examples you can try!
1. Wow! You've been practicing and your skills are improving
2. You're studying more and more and your test scores continue to get better
3. You paid attention to all the details and completed your assignment correctly
4. You are determined to figure it out. Keep at it and let me know how I can help 5. You understood the problem right away and came up with a solution.
6. I remember when you were first learning to do that. Now you can do it!
7. You asked for help to figure it out and came up with a solution that works!
8. You came up with a plan and followed through on it to get the job done.
9. You really put a lot of effort in your project. Show me more of what you did!
10. You did it all on your own!
11. You used your imagination and came up with a creative idea.
12. You thought the problem through and are on the right track to figuring it out! 13. You made a lot of progress. How does it feel?