New School for Logan this Year


Young Logan has started a new school this year and so far everything is going great!! He has been going a week and a half now and he seems to really like it.  He is taking some tough classes like Biology, Geometry, and Sign Language.

Mud Night at #metrochristianacademy #tulsa #oklahoma #igersok fun fun fun! #snapseed

The school really makes an effort to make everyone feel welcome with several events such as as “Mud Night” which fortunately was more grassy than muddy but was still a lot of fun for everybody. The kids certainly got into it. We are so proud of Logan, despite not knowing anybody he went to the first dance and the mud night and had fun.  We are also proud of the other kids. Some of them are really making an effort to include him in what is going on and making sure he has somebody to sit with at lunch.

It is not a special needs school but they do have a program where they make accommodations and support for the kids that need it. We are very impressed with what has happened so far and are hopeful for the future.

Logan - chapel day

His old school served him well for years. He started out in public school and despite the efforts of his classroom teachers who put their heart and soul into their kids, the administration refused to provide the help he needed. We went to another school and it was a lifesaver. They gave him a voice (maybe too much of a voice!) and self confidence and he blossomed. We felt the need to change to a college prep school and encouraged by his speech therapist and an occupational therapist we started the search. Heather did all the work and it was a God thing, a door suddenly opened and we found a great situation. We know the going is going to be a lot tougher but we think he is up to it.

Further reports coming as things develop.

10 thoughts on “New School for Logan this Year

  1. Birdman

    Late August and early September are always exciting times. Meeting new friends, new challenges, new diections. Exciting adventures ahead, Logan. Savor them all.

  2. DrillerAA

    The single most important factor in the education of a child is involved parents. Logan is going to be just fine, because his parents care enough about him to place him in enviornments in which he can thrive and grow. Looking forward to seeing more of his educaton adventure.

  3. Barb

    I feel so proud of Logan. It seems like just yesterday that he was a little boy. Now he is navigating a new educational situation and with your support I know he’ll be successful. Good for the students who are showing kindness. Thank goodness he has such involved parents. Good Luck to him!

    1. yogisd7_wp Post author

      Thank you Barb, Heather has done all the heavy lifting on this move. And yes, thank goodness for the kids who are trying to help.

  4. Ellen

    So glad to hear that he is doing so well at the new school. I am so thankful for the kids who are kind and thoughtful enough to include Logan, changing schools during high school is a challenge for anyone. I know my girls struggled with those changes too. Logan is a wonderful young man with a great sense of humor. I know he will do well wherever he goes.

    1. yogisd7_wp Post author

      Ellen when we moved from Eagar, AZ to Albuquerque, that was a tough situation for everybody. It took about a year for things to feel normal again.

  5. Gaelyn

    It’s been such a delight to watch Logan grow and with Heather and your help he will continue to move forward on a positive path in life. Glad that other students can see his positive points and be kind.
    Seems I lost your URL in my reader and am far behind.

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