The Kentucky Directors of Pupil Personnel have designated Tuesday September 20 as statewide “High Attendance Day” to emphasize that consistent attendance is essential for success in school. Logan County Schools is always working hard on improving our district wide attendance, because we know that students who are at school on time have a higher success rate than those who aren't.
On High Attendance Day, Kentucky’s public elementary, middle and high schools may compete in small-school or large-school categories. Six winners will be determined statewide based on each individual school’s performance, regardless of its district’s showing. The school in each category with the highest percentage attendance for September 20 will receive a minimum $500. If the school has more than 500 students, the award will increase based on enrollment.