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  About The School  

Mission Statement

LMS believes All children have different talents.  It is our responsibility to build on those talents and develop new skills to prepare our students for the twenty-first century.  It is our responsibility to provide an environment of opportunity that is safe and nurturing for every student to be successful.

The mission of LMS is Learning – Mastery – Success, Every Student Everyday.

Logan Middle School Core Beliefs


1. Education is a shared responsibility – achievement requires the commitment and participation of staff, students, families, and community.

2. All students can learn – all students have potential that can be developed.

3. School climate contributes to achievement – learning occurs best in an environment of mutual respect. 

4. All students have unique skills and talents – individual abilities must be identified and nurtured. 

5. High expectations for success must be the norm – failure only occurs when one stops trying.

The Vision of Logan Middle School

Principal Vision for LMS: A Model School 

  • Provide an environment where students and teachers feel safe to learn and safe to teach
  • A Learning culture of high achievement based on relationships, relevance, and rigor. 
  • Best practices for increasing student growth and performance
  • A school that continuously monitors progress and improves.

Logan Middle School Teacher Values

The staff of Logan Middle School will:

  • Listen and respond to student and family concerns;
  • Be responsible for all students;
  • Partner with families throughout the educational process;
  • Share ideas openly and honestly without ridicule;
  • Provide time necessary to master rigorous academic standards;
  • Develop and implement rigorous lessons based on WV CSO's and curriculum guides;
  • Employ balanced assessment to guide intervention and enrichment;
  • Pursue relevant training in high-yield instructional practices;
  • Give individual praise and recognize student achievement throughout the year;
  • Engage students through the use of technology and active learning processes;
  • Provide opportunities to work in a variety of formats; independent, pairs, or collaborative groups;
  • Encourage students to participate in extracurricular activities that tap into a youth's boundless energy and talents; and
  • Model appropriate behavior and act in a professional manner.