Logan City School District
Logan City School District
Logan City School District is located in scenic Cache Valley approximately 90 miles north of Salt Lake City. Logan District boundaries encompass 15 square miles. Approximately 6,000 students attend Logan City Schools. The District operates 6 elementary schools, one middle school, one high school, and special needs preschool. Students representing 43 different countries add ethnic diversity to all schools in the district. Strong partnerships exist between the district, Utah State University, and Bridgerland Applied Technology College.
VISION STATEMENT Logan City School District believes the most promising strategy for achieving its mission is for the district to function as a professional learning community. The district envisions a school system where the Board, administration, teachers, and staff follow TRACS: T - TRAINING to ensure teachers and administrators are highly qualified experts. R - RESOURCES provided to reach and challenge every student A - ACHIEVEMENT expectations are high and world-class opportunities are provided to all students C - COMMUNICATION is open and parents and community are involved in decision making S - SAFETY provided in a caring, orderly, positive environment BELIEF STATEMENTS WE BELIEVE: That it is the district's responsibility to provide a safe, caring, orderly, and positive environment in which emotional, physical, and social well being abounds and where both students and staff feel appreciated and respected. In a culture of excellence in which expectations for student achievement are high and world-class opportunities are provided whereby excellence and improvement can be demonstrated. That education needs to be focused on individual students as much as possible and that appropriate learning avenues should be provided to reach and challenge all learners, including students who are gifted and talented, students with disabilities, and students from all cultural backgrounds. that the school district must be staffed with educators and administrators who are highly qualified and experts at implementing research-based instruction, using meaningful curriculum, and assessing student performance in a reliable and valid manner. That parental and community involvement is critical in education children, including volunteering at the school and providing strong input into the decision making process, with a commitment from the schools to ensure that communication occurs through multiple avenues. (Developed through a process involving our community and staff called "What Counts".)
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
It is the policy of the Logan City Board of Education that there will be no discrimination or harassment on the grounds of race, color, sex, marital status, religion, national origin, age or disability in any educational program, activity, or employment. Reasonable accommodations for the application/interview process will be provided upon request, and as required in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Persons with disabilities may contact the Personnel Director at (435)755-2300 for additional information or assistance.