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April 3, 2018 > School district news and notes

School district news and notes

Submitted By New Haven School District

? Community members are invited to support James Logan Girls Wrestling in a fundraiser at Chipotle restaurant at 30920 Dyer St., Union City. From 5 to 9 p.m. on Friday, April 13, if customers tell the cashier they?re supporting James Logan Girls Wrestling, the restaurant will donate 50 percent of the proceeds to the cause. (510) 471-2520.

? Olivia Mai (Kinder) and Sylvia Mai (2nd Grader) from Eastin Elementary School are among the top 100 finalists in the Celebrate the Sea Children?s Art Competition sponsored by the Ocean Geographic Society. Both Olivia and Sylvia will be traveling to Manado, Indonesia to compete in the premier round of the art competition. Congratulations to both Olivia and Sylvia!

Theater Program takes home top honors
At the 24th Annual Ohlone College High School Theater Festival, students from James Logan High School competed with over 1,000 high school student artists from more than 34 different schools. The Logan troupe consisted of 11 competitors. In the end, results were nothing short of amazing:

? Eric Matibag:1st Place overall in Men?s Comedic Classical Monologue, 3rd Place overall in Men?s Dramatic Contemporary Monologue
? Manase Misa: 2nd Place overall in Men?s Dramatic Classical Monologue
? JJ Sarmiento, Manase Misa, Jeffery Beckerleg, Nathan Ng: 2nd Place overall in Improv/Theater Games
? Keana Aiuto: Top 10 finalist overall in Women?s Comedic Classical Monologue
? Roznel Veluz, Ronald Imperial, Audrey Truong, Vinh Tran, Katelyn Wong: 2nd Place overall in Technician?s Relay.
? Elizabeth Barton-Mattos and Israel Avila - invaluable assistance by monitoring the events.

James Logan High School received the Judge?s Sweepstakes Award for the school that receives the highest average points per entry, one of the most coveted awards given at the festival.

? The Logan Princess Club will be loaning graduation caps and gowns to seniors who are homeless or displaced, foster youth, or have severe financial need. They encourage anybody with an Achievers brand cap and gown sitting around to donate it for a student in need. They especially need black gowns this year. Anyone who would like to donate or borrow should send an email to Erin Dal Porto at Logan,, or call (510) 471-2520, Extension 60243.

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