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Logic School Headmaster Jeff Jones, dressed as Gandalf, gives the award for cleverness during Tolkien Day.

The Geneva Logic School celebrated its sixth annual Tolkien Day this March. Sixth, seventh and eighth grade students read the works of author J.R.R. Tolkien while in Logic School and this annual event celebrates the worlds he created with his works.

The Logic School community of students, faculty and parents, comes together each year to celebrate all things Tolkien by dressing as hobbits, dwarfs and elves as they play themed games and enjoy Hobbit meals such as the Second Breakfast, Elevenses and Bilbo’s Farewell Gifts.

“Tolkien Day is a Logic School tradition. It is a direct extension of our Language Arts curriculum complete with food, fun, games, and lots of joy and laughter,” Jeff Jones, Logic School Headmaster, said.

Haley Harrison competes in “Launch it like Legolas,” (a bow and arrow game)