Seniors Andre Totari, Andro Bautista, Christian
Montero, and Christian Foster relaxed during
the first lunch of their last year at Logan.
Courier Staff Report
The first day of school for about 4,000 Logan students and their teachers got underway with few problems, according to reports.
"So far, so good," said Campus Security Technician Molly Rudnick. It's been "much smoother than last year."
After last year's difficult school opening, this year's debut has "been going well, better than last year," said Rhonda Neagle, Logan's Vice Principal of Operations. For an example, she said about "3,950 students have already had their ID pictures taken," she said. Last year, only around 3,700 had gotten pictures.
"This year's opening was easier to me," said junior Asma Malakzay.