LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2013/14 – #10

 

General

Fight’n Knight Day: This Friday students are welcome to wear their Logos t-shirts and nice jeans to cheer on our cross country team as they head to the state competition. Go Knights!

 

Elementary

Promotion Policy: Now that the first quarter report cards are out, I thought it would be helpful to include a reminder about the elementary promotion policy. This is especially important if your child earned an “F” in any subject. Please see the attachment for details. Don’t hesitate to call with any questions or clarifications.

 

Secondary

Renweb is Open: Secondary grades are available “on demand” for the duration of the school year. Feel free to check the website at any point to see how your child is doing in each class. Updated information on attendance, dress code, and discipline is also visible for your secondary student.

 

Secondary Speech Meet 7th-9th: This Friday, November 1 is the speech meet.  There will be an awards assembly in which some of the superior speeches will be delivered at 2:30 in the auditorium.  All are welcome to attend.

 

LAX Update: We are pleased to announce that we will have a high school lacrosse team this year. After a preseason meeting and some follow up with players and parents, we have 15 guys committed to coming out and fielding a team in the North Idaho Lacrosse League in March. Go Knights!

 

Study Tip

Report cards came out last week. Many of us have busy enough schedules to think that if we actually looked over the card and made it to the right elementary conference at the right time, we had a successful week. Now is a good time, if you haven’t already, to sit down with each of your children and discuss their progress. Go over the report card together and talk about the feedback that you received from their teacher. Set a few simple goals that you will be able to remember and hold them accountable for when progress reports come home in November.

 

For more information about the school please visit http://logosschool.com/

 

Cheers,

 

Matt Whitling