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LO G A N V I L L E H I G H S C H O O L A NEWSLETTER FOR THE PARENTS, STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF P R I N C I P A L’ S M E S S A G E PTSO

Welcome back students, parents and staff!! The PTSO is very excited about starting the 2017-2018 school year. Once again, the PTSO membership will remain at $10 per family. We encourage all families to help our students and staff by joining this organization. Remember that the majority of all the money raised by PTSO helps fund the PTSO Scholarship Fund for our seniors. In order to be recommended for a PTSO scholarship, you must have been a PTSO member all of the years the student attended LHS. Membership forms will be available at Open House at the PTSO table. Please stop by the PTSO table and meet our officers, pick up a form, and purchase LHS spirit wear. Forms will also be sent home with your student at the beginning of the school year, and they are always available under the membership tab at www. loganvilleptso.weebly.com. Also, please join our group, @lhspts, on Remind and follow us on Facebook for info during the year about various events. Thank you for your continued support of Loganville High School and the PTSO. Let’s have a wonderful school year!!

Loganville High School Parents and Guardians, The LHS Staff has been working this summer to get all things prepared for another school year. Below are a few dates that are important to remember as we come to the close of the summer. I welcome each of you to another school year and look forward to seeing you at Freshmen Orientation and Open House. •

VO L U M E 17 • I S S U E 1 Principal - Mike Robison Assistant Principals Dr. Brad Bolemon • Dr. Carrin Meadows Dr. Cindy Nobles • Rick Weeks

678-684-2880 • www.loganvillehigh.org

eSMART Chromebook distribution for all grades will take place on July 26 from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. You are encouraged to come on this day to complete paperwork and check out a Chromebook. Each student and his/her parent must be present to check out the Chromebook for the school year. On that day, you will be asked to watch a short video, pay the $20.00 Chromebook usage fee, and sign for the Chromebook. The $20.00 can be paid in advance on www.mypaymentsplus.com. To expedite the process, please bring the receipt or a confirmation number with you to pick up your Chromebook. Please keep an eye out for additional emails concerning this event. Freshmen Orientation Night will take place on July 27 from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. At this event, all rising freshmen will receive some general information about life at LHS, graduation expectations, advisement, and testing. You will also receive an LHS survival guide that contains much of the information that will make the transition into our school easier. You and your freshmen will also be allowed to walk the building or be a part of a student guided tour. Freshmen Chromebooks will not be distributed on this night. Open House will take place on July 31 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm and is open for all grades 9-12. At Open House, all students will be permitted to collect their schedules, meet their teachers, and get important paperwork completed for the school year. Certain yearly paperwork can be completed at Open House. Also there will be information available concerning bus routes and joining the PTSO. Chromebooks will not be distributed during Open House.

We look forward to a new school year and all of the excitement it will bring. We hope the rest of your summer is enjoyable, and we will see you soon. M I S S I O N S T AT E M E N T

To educate all students in meaningful contexts and encourage continued growth, education, and success after high school.

Mike Robison Principal, LHS


FA C U LT Y F O C U S Congratulations to Dr. Dione Maxwell, math teacher at LHS, for earning a Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction degree from Liberty University.

ONLINE GRADEBOOK The Infinite Campus portal provides families in the Walton County School District online information concerning grades and attendance of WCSD students.

Parents You can set up an account that allows you to see all of your student’s grades, schedules, etc. To access Infinite Campus, go to www.walton.k12.g.us, and choose the Parents tab. Once on the Parents Resources page, choose the Infinite Campus icon. To set up an account, you will need a Campus Portal Activation Key. If you need this key, please email the LHS Data Clerk, Rindy Sorrells, in the LHS counseling office, at rindy.sorrells@walton.k12.ga.us.

Students Students have access to Infinite Campus with a pre-designated student login (username: firstname.lastname and password: student ID number). Please encourage your students to check their grades regularly. Parents should not utilize their student’s portal account as it is also related to their school work, etc.

Options for accessing Infinite Campus • • • • •

https://icampus.walton.k12.ga.us www.wcpsgrades.org www.walton.k12.ga.us > Choose Parents or Students tab https://portal.walton.k12.ga.us (Students only) Download the Infinite Campus Mobile Portal app from the App Store or Google Play  District Name: Walton  State: Georgia  Choose: Walton County  Login with username and password.

MEDIA CENTER

TONY BECK

The Media Center is a dynamic learning space that supports students and staff at Loganville High School. It has over 11,000 materials available for checkout, including books, test prep, and career resources. The Media Center is also the technology hub of the school. Students have access to 40 desktop computers and a “Chomebook Clinic” area where they can get assistance with their Chromebooks from tech students and the media specialists. In addition to all the print and electronic opportunities, the Media Center is also home to the LHS School Store, FIRE Book Club, and the Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl Team. The Loganville High School Media Center is a great place to start research, check out a page-turner, work on class assignments, get help with electronic devices, and much more. The Media Center is open online 24/7 at www.lhsmediacenter.com and on campus Monday-Friday, from 7:10 am to 3:30 pm. For more information about all the Media Center has to offer, see the media specialists, Susanne Crowe or Pam Childs.


CALENDAROF EVENTS Date July 26 July 27 July 27-August 1 July 31 August 2 September 4 October 6

Event Chromebook Distribution Freshmen Orientation Pre-Planning for Teachers Open House First Day for Students Holiday/Labor Day Early Dismissal (Parent/Teacher Conferences) October 9-13 Fall Intersession November 10 Teacher Workday/Student Holiday November 20-24 Holidays/Thanksgiving December 11-15 EOC--Georgia Milestones December 20-21 Final Exams and CFA’s for Semester I Dec. 22-Jan. 1 Winter Break January 2-3 Teacher Workdays/Student Holidays January 4 1st Day Semester II January 15 Holiday/Martin Luther King Jr. February 19 Holiday/Presidents’ Day February 20-23 Spring Intersession March 30 Teacher Workday/Student Holiday April 2-6 Spring Break May 7-18 AP Exams May 14-18 EOC--Georgia Milestones May 22-23 Senior Exams and CFA’s for Semester II May 24-25 Underclassmen Exams and CFA’s for Semester II May 25 Last Day for Students May 25 Graduation May 28 Holiday/Memorial Day May 29-30 Post Planning for Teachers EOC: End of Course

AP: Advanced Placement

Place LHS Media Center LHS Gymnasium

Time 10:00 am to 7:00 pm 6:00-7:30 pm 5:00-7:00 pm

Red Devil Stadium

8:00 pm

CFA: Common Focused wAssessments

COME DINE IN THE LHS CAFETERIA! Each day at lunch, we offer a several options from sandwich and grill type meals to a variety line that includes salads, Mexican fare, pizza, and tailgate food. We’re even working on a recipe for smoothies that would be a great walking breakfast! All of our meals meet the USDA meal planning guidelines. The meal prices this year are as follows:

Breakfast: Lunch:

Student: $1.25 Student: $2.50

Student reduced: $0.30 Student reduced: $0.40

Adult: $2.00 Adults: $3.60

Some of our students may qualify for free or reduced meals. These meals are available for students both at lunch and breakfast. Free and reduced meal students must select a certain number of items to qualify for the price break, but they could always get pieces and parts that would look like a snack to the average adult, but would serve as a meal for a teenager. Unless the family receives a letter from our office, all students are required to submit a new free and reduced meal application each year (regardless of whether they had benefits in the past or not).

Leading the Way to Good Health

LOGANVILLE CENTER 3455 HIGHWAY 81, SOUTH P: 678-635-8280 We Are Now In-network with BCBS GA State Plan

VISIT US ON THE WEB drayerpt.com/loganville Outpatient Physical Therapy ı Pre & Post Op Care ı Sports Medicine ı Orthopedics

SCHOOL SCHEDULE The school day begins at 7:30 am and ends at 2:40 pm.

CTI STUDENTS AT T E N D S T AT E LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE L H S C a r e e r a n d Te ch n i c a l Instruction students attended CTI State Leadership Conference last April. Attending were students: Sierra Evans, Shelby Hunt, Hayley LaGrand, Ashley Rivera, Mya Watson, and CTI Coordinator, Trudy Shirah. This year’s trip was a great success! Mya Watson placed 1st in Cosmetology/ Hair Design. Ashley Rivera placed 2nd in Cosmetology/Nail Design and Shelby Hunt placed 3rd in Clinical Skills. We received a Superior Rating on our Outstanding School Notebook, won 3rd in the state, and the group was recognized the 2nd highest contributor in the state for their fundraising efforts to benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Thanks to Becky Garner, Greg Hickman, Kiwanis Club of Loganville, and Walton County DEES Department for making generous donations to enable us to cover the cost to attend this conference.


C O U N S E LO R S ’ C O R N E R Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year. We are very eager for this school year to begin. We hope that you have all enjoyed your summer break. Every staff member has been working hard to prepare for the return of our wonderful students.

LHS Counseling Department:

Counselors: Chereese Dunn: A-F (678)684-2894 lori.dunn@walton.k12.ga.us Pam Williams: G-O (678)684-2893 pwilliams@walton.k12.ga.us Matthew Gilbert: P-Z (678)2953 matthew.gilbert@walton.k12.us

Communities in Schools Site Coordinator: Andrea Mitchell 678-684-2893 andrea.mitchell@walton.k12.ga.us

Registrar: Brenda Moon

(678)684-2891 bmoon@walton.k12.ga.us

Tips for Parents: Starting Another Year of High School 1. Know your child’s teachers. If you have questions or concerns with your child’s academics, contact your child’s teachers (email addresses and phone numbers are available on the LHS website). 2. Get to know your child’s counselor. 3. Help your student get ready and organized so that he/she can start the semester on the right foot. Creating a routine is also important for success. 4. Monitor your child’s progress through the online grading program, Infinite Campus. 5. Watch for flyers regarding upcoming Parent Nights. These events can help answer crucial questions you might have. 6. Help your student learn which study methods work best for him/her (i.e. studying in silence or with music; at a library or at the kitchen table, etc). 7. Above all, call the school when you have questions or concerns. We are here to help your student succeed, and we look forward to working with you.

Upcoming SAT and ACT Registration and Test Dates: Test Registration Deadline Test Date SAT July 28 August 26 ACT August 4 September 9 SAT September 8 October 7 ACT September 22 October 28 Register for the SAT online at www.collegeboard.com or the ACT at www. actstudent.org (LHS School Code: 111-850). Be sure to register for the optional writing test on the ACT.

F FA A N D F C C L A M E M B E R S AT T E N D SUMMER LEADERSHIP CAMP FFA-FCCLA Summer Leadership Camp is a week-long camp experience just for FFA and FCCLA members in Georgia. This year, students from LHS attended Summer Leadership Camp May 29 through June 2. Throughout the week-long camp, teams earned points by competing in various events. The competitions included team events such as kickball, volleyball, swim meet, relay race, and the obstacle course. There were also individual competitions such as basketball, crafts, soccer kick, football toss, quiz bowl, fishing, Airsoft, and archery. Leadership, teamwork, sportsmanship, and attitude are a part of Summer Leadership Camp.

Credit Recovery Opportunity: Loganville High School will be offering students who have fallen behind in credits an opportunity to get back on track. A study skills class will be offered both semesters this year during the school day. Space is limited. See your counselor for more details.

Student Schedules: Student schedules will be available July 25th on Infinite Campus. Please note that this is a tentative schedule for the 2017-2018 school year. It is possible that the semester, block, and/or teachers for courses listed could change. Final schedules will be distributed on the first day of each semester. We will do our best to accommodate the specific academic needs of our students. Nevertheless, please understand that some schedules may be changed for the following reasons: • If students do not pass a required core class, they may be placed back in the class. • The need to balance class sizes. • Students do not meet the prerequisite for an Advanced course (85 or above in previous Advanced course or 95 or above in a College Preparatory course) • Staffing issues and/or course deletions. • There is a schedule conflict with another requested course. Schedule changes will only be made for the following reasons: • Students have already received credit for a class shown on their schedule. • Students are not scheduled for 8 classes. • A class on the schedule requires a prerequisite and the student did not passed the prerequisite. • Students have all elective classes OR all core (LA, SS, SC, MA) area classes in the same semester. Foreign Language is an elective. • Students are an official senior and must have a course to graduate. If students need to request a change, they can either obtain a form from the Counselor’s Corner link on the LHS website and send it to their counselor via email, or they may pick up a hard copy of the form outside the counseling office and return it to the designated box. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your child’s counselor.


M Y P AY M E N T S P L U S We are proud to offer MyPaymentsPlus, a state-of-theart online service that provides you the convenience and information you need to manage your student’s account. This system speeds up the registration process for various programs, and eliminates the need to send checks to the school or worry about lost or forgotten money. For the 2017-2018 school year, we strongly encourage all parents (even if you do not wish to make a payment at this time) to create an account at no cost through www.MyPaymentsPlus.com.

MyPaymentsPlus allows any family to: • • • • • • • •

Create a free, secured account to manage all of your student’s accounts View all school-related fees and optional activities Make a payment towards any student fees, or enroll in activities using an e-check, credit card, or debit card Monitor cafeteria purchase history and receive low balance alerts Browse registration deadlines, enroll your student in various school activities, and review any outstanding fees Eliminates the need to send your student to school with cash Ensures that your student’s fees and activities are paid for Enables you to manage and keep track of all student payments in one convenient location from your home computer, tablet, or phone

How to register at My Payments Plus: • • • • •

Easy one-time registration Visit www.mypaymentsplus.com Follow the on-screen instructions to create an account Add your students using their student ID numbers (If you do not know the numbers, contact your students’ schools). Download the My Payments Plus app to make payments on the go (available for IOS and Android)

“The Heat” • July 2017 • Issue 1 Published Five Times Per Year Loganville High School 100 Trident Trail • Loganville, GA 30052

SENIOR PORTRAITS Cady Studios came and spoke with rising seniors during advisement last March regarding senior portraits. At that time, Cady Studios advised students both on the various packages they offer, as well as when and where to schedule appointments online. This information is also posted on the school’s website under the Home, Senior Information, and Yearbook (under Parents & Students) pages. Senior portraits will take place on July 20, 21, and 22 at Loganville High School. Cady Studios also offers an incredible variety an “in-studio” options at their three studio locations. Your student MUST have his/her picture taken by Cady Studios before August 30 in order to be included in the 2017-2018 yearbook. NO EXCEPTIONS! Seniors must be photographed by Cady Studios for the yearbook – we do not accept portraits from any other photography company.

S E N I O R A D S / P A G E S / S A L U T AT I O N S

Senior Salutations for the 2018 yearbook will go on sale as soon as school starts in the fall. Space for senior ads is limited, and ads will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis. All ads will be color, and prices are as follows: Full page $300.00 Up to 10 photos and 250 words Half page $200.00 Up to 5 photos and 125 words Quarter page $125.00 Up to 2 photos and 60 words Eighth page $ 95.00 1 photo only and 30 words Order forms are available online under the Yearbook page of the school’s website. Please submit payment of cash or check (made payable to LHS Yearbook) with a completed order form. Orders will not be accepted without a completed and signed order form. Additional forms will be available online and in the front office after the first day of school. Please note, all seniors pages/salutations are created using a pre-designed template. The yearbook staff will not make changes to the layout, color selection, or font style/size. You may still opt to design and submit your own salutation, but the yearbook staff will not be altering the design templates for the 2018 yearbook. The deadline for Senior Salutation orders is September 8, 2017. If you have any questions, please email Holly Halford at holly.halford@walton.k12.ga.us.


LHS SWIM TEAM Summer Stroke Clinic July 2017

2017 BASEBALL TEAM

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LHS BASEBALL TEAM ON A GREAT 2017 SEASON! Season Review AAAAA State Champion 8AAAAA Region Champion 30-13 Record

AAAAA Georgia Player of the Year: Joseph Brandon

For more information contact David Smith at david.smith@walton.k12.ga.us.

AAAAA First Team All State Bay Witcher Rhett Mixon Blaine Marchman

AAAAA Second Team All State Dylan Strickland Bryant Pietri Gabe Knight Seth Clark

8AAAAA Pitcher of the Year Joseph Brandon

First Team All Region 8AAAAA Blaine Marchman (DH) Gabe Knight (Infield) Dylan Strickland (Infield) Rhett Mixon (Outfield) Marcellous Campbell (Outfield) Morgan Copeland (Catcher) Bay Witcher (Pitcher) Seth Clark (Pitcher)

Second All Region 8AAAAA Justin Moss (Infield) Dawson Ballard (Outfield) Bryant Pietri (Pitcher)

Atlanta Braves 400 Club Atlanta Metro All Star Team: Bay Witcher Next Level Seniors Marcellous Campbell--East Georgia College Morgan Copeland--University of Tennessee Rhett Mixon-LaGrange College (Football & Baseball)

When: July 17-22 and July 24-28 (tentative times 11:00 am to 12:30 pm) Where: Summit Chase Country Club Cost: $50 for both weeks ( $25 per week) Why:  Introduce new swimmers to LHS program and swimming in general. Allow experienced swimwmers to work on a variety of techniques in order to improve strokes. Who:  Coach Smith, Coach Sydney Walden and Coach Roger Lamadrid will be working with swimmers in groups and individually in order to help our swimmers prepare for next season. What:  Sign up for this summer clinic will be done prior to and at the clinic through the LHS Swim Booster Club. Emails will be sent to confirm all dates and times.

Varsity

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August 11 Scrimmage August 25 September 1 September 8 September 15 September 22 September 29 October 6 October 13 October 20 October 27 November 3 November 10 November 17 November 24 December 1 December 8

South Gwinnett

Home

Monroe – Alumni Night North Forsyth Eastside Winder – Homecoming Walnut Grove OPEN Clarke Central Flowery Branch –Youth Night (Pink Out) Cedar Shoals Buford Johnson – Senior Night Playoff 1 Playoff 2 Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals State Championship

Home Away Away Home Away

Newton Walnut Grove Clarke Central Salem Alcovy Newton North Oconee

Home Home Away Away Away Away Home

Newton Walnut Grove Clarke Central Salem Alcovy Newton North Oconee

Away Away Home Home Home Home Away

Away Home Away Home Home

JV Aug 24 Aug 31 Sept 7 Sept 14 Sept 21 Sept 28 Oct 5

9th Grade Aug 24 Aug 31 Sept 7 Sept 14 Sept 21 Sept 28 Oct 5

All Varsity games will start at 7:30 pm. All JV and 9th grade games will start at 5:30 pm. For directions and more information, visit: www.LoganvilleFootball.com


Date Opponents Aug. 5 NE GA Queens Aug. 10 George Walton Academy Oconee County Morgan County Aug. 15 LCA Winder Aug. 19 Walton Co. Invite Aug. 22 West Hall Lumpkin Aug. 26 Aloha Bash Aug. 29 Grayson Parkview South Gwinnett Aug. 31 Apalachee Monroe Area Sep. 7 Apalachee TBD Sep. 9 ACAD Invitational Sep. 12 Heritage Rockdale Sep. 14 Bethlehem Christian Monroe Area Sep. 19 Flowery Branch* Johnson* Sep. 22 Collins Hill Classic Sep. 23 Collins Hill Classic Sep. 26 Cedar Shoals* Walnut Grove* Sep. 28 Oconee Co. Lakeview Academy Sep. 30 JV REGION Oct. 3 Clarke Central* Buford* Oct. 5 Area Play-in (if needed) Oct. 7 Area Tournament

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Time Location 9:00 am HOME 5:00 pm HOME (Alumni Night) 6:00 pm HOME 7:00 pm HOME 4:30 pm HOME 6:30 pm HOME 9:00 am Walnut Grove 5:00 pm West Hall 6:00 pm West Hall 9:00 am Brookwood 4:00 pm Parkview 5:00 pm Parkview 6:00 pm Parkview 5:00 pm HOME 7:00 pm HOME 5:00 pm Apalachee 6:00 pm Apalachee 9:00 am Athens Academy 5:00 pm HOME 7:00 pm HOME 6:00 pm Monroe 7:00 pm Monroe 5:00 pm Flowery Branch 6:00 pm Flowery Branch 4:00 pm Collins Hill 8:00 am Collins Hill 5:00 pm HOME (Senior Night) 7:00 pm HOME 5:00 pm Oconee County 6:00 pm Oconee County 9:00 am Johnson 5:00 pm Clarke Central 6:00 pm Clarke Central 5:00 pm #6 host #7 9:00 am Loganville *Indicates Area matches

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LO G A N V I L L E H S

AT H L E T I C S P U R C H A S E YO U R 2 0 1 7 - 2 0 1 8 AT H L E T I C PA S S N O W ! During the 2017-2018 school year, we will be offering an Athletic Pass for parents and/or student to purchase. This pass will enable parents and students to attend any home, non-playoff athletic events held at Loganville High School. Our sports at LHS include football, volleyball, softball, cross country, basketball, swimming, golf, tennis, track and field, wrestling, and baseball. Athletic passes are on sale now and can be purchased in the LHS Front Office by cash or check. Passes can also be purchased at www.MyPaymentsPlus.com. • • •

Family Pass (2 Adults + 2 Students*) = $200 Individual / Student Pass = $75 Athlete Pass = $25 (for students who are LHS athletes)

* Students = School age


Non-Profit Organization US Postal Paid Loganville, GA Permit # 65

LO G A N V I L L E H I G H S C H O O L Loganville High School 100 Trident Trail Loganville, GA 30052

To Addressee or Current Resident

L A DY D E V I L S S O F T B A L L

* - Region Games

Location Time Home 5:55 pm GCSU 11:00 am GCSU 1:00 pm Away 5:55 pm North Gwinnett 4:00 pm North Gwinnett 6:00 pm FBHS2 9:00 am FBHS3 1:00 pm Home 6:00 pm Home 5:55 pm Home 10:00 am Home 4:00 pm Home 5:30 pm Away 5:30 pm Home 5:55 pm Home 6:30 pm Away 5:55 pm Away 6:30 pm Away 6:30 pm Away 5:55 pm Home 5:55 pm Home 4:00 pm Home 8:00 pm Home 10:00 am Home 2:00 pm TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA Columbus TBA

(HB) – Hawk/Bulldog Tournament

LO G A N V I L L E H S

AT H L E T I C S L A DY D E V I L S S O F T B A L L 2017 Junior Varsity Schedule Date Opponent Aug. 10 Winder-Barrow Aug. 15 Apalachee Aug. 18 North Gwinnett (BB) Aug. 18 Jefferson (BB) Aug. 19 Mill Creek (BB) Aug. 19 Heritage (BB) Aug. 19 Brookwood (BB) Aug. 23 Grayson Aug. 28 Mill Creek Aug. 30 Madison County Aug. 31 Buford * Sep. 6 Oconee County Sep. 6 Oconee County Sep. 12 Clarke Central * Sep. 13 Parvkiew Sep. 19 Flowery Branch * Sep. 21 Walnut Grove *

(GT) – Grayson Tournament

Location Time Home 4:00 pm Away 4:00 pm Barrow Rec. 4:00 pm Barrow Rec. 5:30 pm Barrow Rec. 9:00 am Barrow Rec. 10:30 am Barrow Rec. 1:30 pm Home 4:00 pm Home 3:30 pm Away 4:00 pm Home 4:30 pm Home 4:00 pm Home 5:45 pm Away 4:00 pm Away 4:30 pm Away 4:30 pm Home 4:00 pm

(BB) – Battle of Barrow JV Tournament

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2017 Varsity Schedule Date Opponent Aug. 10 Winder-Barrow Aug. 12 Morgan County Aug. 12 Dodge County Aug. 15 Apalachee Aug. 18 Brookwood (HB) Aug. 18 Northside, Columbus (HB) Aug. 19 Grayson (HB) Aug. 19 Peachtree Ridge (HB) Aug. 22 Wesleyan Aug. 23 Grayson Aug. 26 Hart County Aug. 26 Monroe Area Aug. 28 Mill Creek Aug. 29 Cedar Shoals * Aug. 30 Madison County Aug. 31 Buford * Sep. 12 Clarke Central * Sep. 13 Parkview Sep. 19 Flowery Branch * Sep. 20 Collins Hill (GT) Sep. 21 Walnut Grove * Sep. 22 Northgate (ES) Sep. 22 Dacula (ES) Sep. 23 Bacon County (ES) Sep. 23 Creekview (ES) Sep. 27 - Oct. 5 Region Tournament Oct. 11-14 State Playoffs – Round 1 Oct. 18-19 State Playoffs – Round 2 Oct. 25-28 State Playoffs – Elite 8

Loganville High School Newsletter  

July 2017