LUNCH: Egg Roll with Rice, Milk, Fresh Fruit, Fun Chips
Attention honors student who are interested in Law School! Come to the UOP Pre-Law Presentation on Friday. Sign up in the Career Center.
Last day to take id pictures is this Friday! Drop in to the Pavilion Lobby during the day - before/after school, lunch, break. All Staff - this is your day for pictures too!
Open Field for boys soccer is on Tuesdays after school on the North Fields. See Coach Sills in Room 73 for more information.
Posted by courier at 11:35 AM. Filed under: Daily Bulletin
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By Harman Badwal
, Courier Staff Writer
Coach Neal Fromson
Coach Neal Fromson today starts his new job teaching Physical Education at Searles Elementary School after nearly 25 years teaching and coaching at James Logan High School.
"I want a new challenge, new opportunity and a new career," he told The Courier on Friday, his last day at Logan. 'I have taught here for 25 years, so I'm not that happy to leave Logan."
Posted by courier at 10:31 AM. Filed under: Sports
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By David Collins, Courier Opinion Editor
This year, the school has changed its form for entering freshman from its former style, to a new program called Freshman Families. This program is designed to group freshman in the same English, Science and Life Skills classes so that they may experience a greater comfort in their new environment, James Logan High School.
Also, the Freshman Families program was designed to help the freshman relax in an academic scene, allowing them to participate in a familiar atmosphere. Also, the Freshman Families program allows the school to apply for a $1.75 million grant to support and extend it.
Posted by courier at 09:13 AM. Filed under: Opinion
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Zog I, Skanderbeg III
of Albania (born Ahmet Zogolli, later changed to Ahmet Zogu) (October 8, 1895 – April 9, 1961) was King of Albania from 1928 to 1939. He was previously Prime Minister of Albania between 1922 and 1924 and President of Albania between 1925 and 1928.
Background and early political career
Born as Ahmet Muhtar Bey Zogolli, he changed his family name to Zogu, meaning "bird" in the Albanian language, dropping the Turkish suffix "olli (oğlu)", meaning "son of".
Ahmet Zogolli was born in Castle Burgajet, Albania, third son to Xhemal Pasha Zogolli and Sadijé Toptani. Zog was educated at Galatasaray College in Istanbul . His family was a beylik family, with feudal authority over the region of Mati. The family claimed descent from Skanderbeg. Their lands were in the same districts as Skanderbeg's family's had been, and certainly the Zogu family had deep roots in indigenous clannish nobility. No historically-attested genealogy has been shown for his alleged lineage from the Middle Ages, although his wife has a pedigree from Albania).
Visit King Zog's Ruins, the remains of the estate in Long Island, New York, that he intended to inhabit during his exile from Albania
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