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The Benjamin Logan Middle School is a part of the Benjamin Logan Local School District rural campus which is located six miles outside of Bellefontaine. The Middle School serves grades five through eight with an enrollment of approximately 530 students. We stress academic rigor and relevance, the importance of responsible citizenship, and development of each student’s abilities and interest. Benjamin Logan Middle School is one of the top rated Middle School in the area.  Go Raiders! 
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          Hosting a Student from Japan

Eight students from Suzuka City in Japan arrived in Bellefontaine the evening of August 2nd. The city of Bellefontaine and Suzuka city just celebrated the 25th anniversary last year. Both Mr. Ben Stahler, the Mayor of Bellefontaine, and Ms. Noriko Suematsu, the Mayor of Suzuka have visited each city last year. Each city sends a group of students to the other city every other year, and this is the year Bellefontaine is hosting. Nathan Harmon, an 7th grade student, and Madelyn Harmon, a 6th grade student, had a great opportunity to host Kazuto Yamanaka, 7th grade student from Suzuka city. Both the students from Suzuka, and the hosting students, visited Markin Farms for zip flying which was the very first experience for all the students from Suzuka city. In the afternoon, on the same day, they enjoyed riding a boat at Indian Lake. On the following day, the students visited the Mayor’s office to share the formal letter from Ms. Suematsu, and offered a Japanese tea tasting. A presentation was demonstrated of Ninja which included ninja star tossing and wearing imitation Ninja warrier costumes. Each host family spent the whole day with a Japanese student on Saturday, and all participants, host families, Mr. Stahler, Mr. Paul Benedetti, the Chair of Logan County Chamber of Commerce, and many other individuals from community were invited to the farewell party on Sunday. At the party, Suzuka students presented a different tea tasting opportunity and unique Suzuka version of rock-paper-scissors using a sheet of newspaper with everyone. In the end, all participants sang “Only one flower in the world,” which is a popular Japanese pop song as a conclusion of their stay.
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From Nathan Harmon:
In the short amount of time we had Kazuto, we went to a baseball game, pool party, played lots of basketball, had some Starbucks, and showed him the American lifestyle. Some new experiences that came with Kazu was playing a Japanese sushi matching game, were trying Unagi Pie (a Japanese eel infused sweet, crispy cookie that is surprisingly good). Kazu’s two favorite things that we did were ziplining, and going to the Columbus Clippers baseball game.

In the pictures shown we were doing the Ohio State     O-H-I-O at Noodles and Co. and the other picture was taken at the Clippers game.

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