Our School Motto : Loge Wildcats are Bucket Fillers! Loge upholds the highest expectations of its students, administration, faculty and staff.
THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 2019
9:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M.
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The Warrick County Health Department will be doing a immunization clinic for 5th graders at Loge Elementary on Thursday, March 14th @ 9:00am. Fifth grade students that have returned the required forms will receive their immunizations that morning. Parents do not need to be present. The required forms, that need completed & returned for the student to participate in the at school immunization clinic are posted below. The forms are due back on Tuesday, January 22nd. The clinic is not mandatory, but there are required immunizations that all 6th grade students must have.
Vaccine Information Form
The Indiana Department of Education released the 2017-18 School Accountability Grades and LOGE received an A!!! Thank you to our parents, students, and staff for working together to maintain our overall success and achievement!
Kindness Matters....LOGE WILDCATS are BUCKET FILLERS!! Wildcats are polite, friendly, help others without be asked, practice good manners, and treat others how we want to be treated.
PTO Bingo Night: Feb. 22 at 6:00
Family Literacy Night: Feb. 27 from 5:00 to 6:30 *Parents you are invited to come read as a family, and the library will be open for students to AR test
ILEARN ~ new assessment (replacing the ISTEP test for grades 3-5). Resources that are available to help your child prepare: https://www.doe.in.gov/assessment/ilearn-sample-items-and-scoring.
ILEARN Testing Date: April 22-May 17
The Warrick County School Corporation receives funding of $5,637 per child. The state average is $6,146 per child. That’s 508.42 per child less than the state average. If WCSC was funded just at the state average, we would receive an additional $5,184,612 a year!
Attacks on public education and teachers, along with the inadequate funding of our public schools, have led to a teacher shortage. This is especially true in science, mathematics, foreign language, and special education. The legislated elimination of increment pay for teachers also contributes to these shortages.
Contact our representatives and communicate the importance of a strong public education system. Click for more information.
Children born after January 1, 2017 are registering for a book to arrive at their home every month until the age of 5. The books are published and distributed by the Dolly Parton Foundation. The books are a FREE gift from our community. The initial funds were raised by a dedicated group of students who want to see the program continue for years to come.
Dolly Parton Imagination Library information brochure:
Dolly Parton Imagination Library registration link:
We are searching for interested parties in becoming school bus drivers. We will provide the needed training required to become a driver at no charge to you other than the cost of the license itself, which is $30.00. Starting pay for a sub bus driver is $63.80/day and after 14 consecutive days jumps to standard pay of $72.28/day. This is for a typical morning and afternoon run consisting of 3-4 hours per day.
This is a great opportunity to learn a skill that can create you a supplemental income and still be off when the kids are not in school. All classes will start at 9:00 am at the Transportation Garage located at 3455 S. Yankeetown Rd. It typically takes 4 weeks of training before you test in Vincennes. You will test on the same vehicle you train in, making it less confusing for you. If interested, please call 812-897-0495 and you may also apply online.
Warrick County School Corporation has been recognized by the Indiana Department of Education as a corporation of Promising Practice in the area of Inclusive Practices. Warrick County School Corporation’s Promising Practice is one of 200 Education or wrap-around service programs to be recognized by the Department in honor of Indiana’s bicentennial celebration.
Director of Special Education, Tad Powless, commented, “We are grateful to be recognized as one of the Indiana Department of Education’s Promising Practices. The recognition is for Inclusive Practices so the credit needs to go to ALL Warrick County School Corporation Staff.”
Identified programs, like Warrick County School Corporation, are student-centered and focus on positively impacting students through innovative programming and activities that provide a high-quality learning environment and experience.
Warrick County School Corporation’s Inclusive Practices Promising Practice will be shared with educators across the state of Indiana as an example of best practices that are having a positive impact on Hoosier students.
Reminder: Student immunization records are required. Parents should submit student immunization records to the school or contact the school nurse to confirm pending immunization appointments.