Logan Elementary School is an elementary school in the Ann Arbor Public Schools. It is located at 2685 Traver Rd., Ann Arbor MI 48105. As of Fall 2015 Kathy Morhous and Shelly Bruder share interim co-principal duties.
Logan students continue on to Clague Middle School.
The school mascot is the Leopards.
Logan is a fun place to learn! You learn wonderful things. Our rigorous, engaging curriculum builds the foundation for students to apply skills and knowledge in meaningful, real-world ways. Through our unique Performing Arts Integration, students engage in creative, project-based experiences that strengthen skill and build confidence in truly exceptional ways. Our core academics blend with drama, music, and dance in the culmination of an elementary version of Broadway. From stage set design and student-written script development, to original student created musical and dance compositions, our students become master presenters and leaders. Our Performing Arts Integration is stronger because of our strong community partnerships with leading local arts groups and is growing in new and exciting ways in the coming year.
Principal: Will Wright
2685 Traver Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
2015: As of Fall 2015 Kathy Morhous and Shelly Bruder share interim co-principal duties.
1976: Logan School is opened at a total construction cost of $2.26M. The school is named after Harold Logan, who was an teacher and principal in the Ann Arbor schools for 35 years. Most of those years were spent as principal of Slauson Junior High, covering the period from 1941 to 1968. Before and after that tenure, he was a teacher, first at Mack School and then concluded his service as a teacher at Pioneer. He was named Secondary Principal of the Year in 1962 by Croft Publications, a firm that provided information and newsletters for school systems, administrators and teachers. After leaving Slauson for Pioneer High School was named "My Favorite Teacher", an award given by the Detroit News.
The first principal of Logan School was Clifford Weber.