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On Monday, October 27, 2014, Logansport High School had the opportunity to host the DeSoto Parish College and Career Fair in the Elementary Gym.  Tables were set up for our state colleges and universities, career and technical colleges, branches of the military, oil and gas industry representatives, and an NDHS Project Lead The Way exhibit.

 Mrs. Toni Brumley, counselor at NDHS, was the organizer of this parish wide event, with the LHS Purple Jackets (Jasmine White, Susie Cox, Raina Wheless, Macy Guillotte, Savannah Gresham and Charles McClintock ) serving as the LHS host and hostesses to welcome and assist our visiting representatives.  Mr. Matt LaFollette, LHS Principal, was the master of ceremonies at the Fair, as he welcomed  area industry professionals, college representatives, DeSoto Parish Superintendant of Schools, Dr. Cade Brumley and other guests.  Ms. Willa Smith and Mrs. Lauren Creech served as our faculty representatives, assisting with the setting up of displays, food service, and welcoming guests. 

All DeSoto Parish high school seniors were welcomed by the Purple Jackets as the morning session began with Logansport High School and Mansfield High School.  Next, seniors from Central High School, North DeSoto High School and Stanley High School visited the various representatives, gathering information and talking with industry professionals as they explored options for their career journeys after high school.  The college and industry representatives were very appreciative of the kindness, courtesy and hospitality of all the LHS faculty, staff and students.

A big thank you goes out to Mr. Anthony Green, lead LHS Custodian, for his outstanding work in setting up the elementary gym and having the facilities in beautiful condition for our guests.

Joye's Birthday Celebration

Joye is a 1988 graduated from Logansport High School.  During halftime at the Friday night football game, Joye was called to the field.  Tank the Tiger, cheerleaders and all Tiger fans sang her Happy Birthday and the Touchdown Club presented her with a spirit shirt.  She is one of our angels in our community and she one of Logansport Tigers #1 fan.  The tigers were down at halftime with a score of 0 to 18 and came back in the second half to win the game 29 to 26.  Joye believes in her heart the Tigers won the game for her 46th birthday.


OCTOBER 27th-31st


MONDAY        "Jersey Day"...We are on the Drug Free Team!


TUESDAY       "Western/Boot Day"...Be Drug Free & Stomp Out Drugs!


WEDNESDAY    "Crazy Hat Day"...Hats Off to Being Drug Free!


THURSDAY    "Camo/Duck Dynasty Day"...I am Drug Free and That's a Fact Jack!


FRIDAY           "Halloween Costume" or Purple & Gold Day"...Scare the Drugs  

                              Away or Show your Pride School Wide and Be Drug Free!



Delwin Johnson, Production Supervisor and Dale Cox, Lead Operator presented a donation to Mr. LaFollette, Principal and Marilyn Creech, First Grade Teacher on September 29th.  Everyone at Logansport High School wants to express a heartfelt thank you to EP Energy for not only their monetary contributions but also their support to our school and community.


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Important Dates to Remember

Fall Break-Students last Day October 2nd


Students return from Fall Break October 13th






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Sci-Port DeSoto Days

First Saturday of every month, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Made possible by the DeSoto Parish Police Jury

Residents of DeSoto Parish will have free admission to Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center’s permanent exhibit galleries on the first Saturday of each month from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Visitors must show proof of residency in DeSoto Parish to receive free admission. Admission to Sci-Port includes access to over 290 hands-on exhibits, daily interactive programs and demonstrations, and the Dayna and Ronald L. Sawyer Space Dome Planetarium. Access to Sci-Port’s current traveling exhibit may incur a small upcharge, which typically applies to all general visitors. 


Visit sciport.org for directions and additional information! 



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