Logan High School Adds Another State Championship!
This summer, a group of Logan High School students competed in the NCF Envriothon National competition hosted by North Carolina State University. Students competed against teams from all over the United States, Canada, and China (54 total), with the theme for this year’s competition being “Agriculture and Technology, Feeding a World of 9 Billion”. Students were tested on their knowledge of soil and land use, aquatic ecology, forestry, and wildlife management. The competition is spread throughout a week and includes training, field testing, and an oral presentation. The oral presentation is a test of a team’s ability to come up with a solution to a local problem and communicate it to a panel of professionals. Each team member is responsible for becoming an “expert” in one of the given topics and contributing their expertise to the team when solving problems. In doing so, this Logan High School team, led by LHS Science teacher Andrew Semadeni, consisted of Gari Garg, Drew Broadhurst, Hanna Vaslet, Meridian Wappett, and Ashlee Barton returned back to Logan toting a well-earned STATE CHAMPIONSHIP title! Way to go, Team Grizz!