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Education

Logan Junior High School presents second-quarter Citizenship Awards

Logan Junior High School students (front row, from left) Beckett Funderburg, Lydia Johnson and Reese Reviglio; (second row) Niko Guerra, Addison Carr, Ella Kinnamon, Kamden Wahlgren and Gavin Pinter; and (back row) Noah Baker, Alexis Henkins, Kelsea Mongan, Lea Quinlan, Jaden Eggers, Christian Yepsen and Heather Elmore received Citizenship Awards for the second quarter of the 2018-19 school year.
Logan Junior High School students (front row, from left) Beckett Funderburg, Lydia Johnson and Reese Reviglio; (second row) Niko Guerra, Addison Carr, Ella Kinnamon, Kamden Wahlgren and Gavin Pinter; and (back row) Noah Baker, Alexis Henkins, Kelsea Mongan, Lea Quinlan, Jaden Eggers, Christian Yepsen and Heather Elmore received Citizenship Awards for the second quarter of the 2018-19 school year.

PRINCETON — Logan Junior High School in Princeton presented its second-quarter Citizenship Awards for the 2018-19 school year.

Citizenship ideals at Logan emphasize both curriculum and extra-curricular activities. Attitudes and behaviors that reflect a concern for others, participation in school functions, responsible leadership and a willingness to serve, and mental and physical courage are the guidelines for selecting.

Selected to receive the awards for the first quarter were fifth-graders Lydia Johnson, Reese Reviglio, Beckett Funderburg and Niko Guerra; sixth-graders Addison Carr, Gavin Pinter, Kamden Wahlgren and Ella Kinnamon; seventh-graders Lea Quinlan, Alexis Henkins, Kelsea Mongan and Noah Baker; and eighth-graders Isabella Whitfield, Jaden Eggers, Christian Yepsen and Heather Elmore.

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