Student Council Ball: There will be a student council ball for Logos families this Friday evening. Admission is $5 per person and $25 per family. Elementary students are welcome from 6:30-8:00 and secondary from 8:00-10:00. Parents are encouraged to come!
Attire for Men: dress shirts, ties, and slacks.
Attire for Ladies: knee length dresses/skirts, no strapless tops, halter tops or spaghetti straps (modest neckline).
Shoes: clean athletic shoes on the floor only. No dress shoes or high heels.
Reregistration: Current family reregistration takes place in January for the 2014-15 school year. Look for an email from the school soon.
Spelling Bee: The 1st – 6th graders will be competing in an in-school spelling bee February 6th. Lists and rules are posted on the website under Life at Logos/Elementary/Elementary Spelling Bee.
CTP-4 Testing: Our 7th – 11th graders will be taking their annual standardized tests the week of January 20. Please avoid any absences if possible. Part-time students do not take these tests.
Rhetoric Speech Meet (10th-12th Grade): The meet will take place February 28. More details are available on the school website.
Secondary Student Surveys
We have our secondary students evaluate each class they take twice a year. Here are a few things that students had to say about Mr. Struble this semester:
-“I think it’s really cool how Mr. Struble knows everything.”
-“I love science. The reviews are super helpful.”
-“Lessons are fun, but hard—thank you.”
-“He is the best teacher I have ever had.”
-“Mr. Struble is an amazing teacher! You can tell he knows what he teaches. His BAT sheets and review packages really help with test reviews. He is very clear and easy to understand.”
-“I love this class! Excellent teaching, excellent material.”
-“Mr. Struble is my favorite.! He is clear and keeps things simple! He knows the material and teaches it well, making it easy to learn! Great class!”
-“He is always happy when teaching. Mr. Struble is an awesome teacher!!!”
-“Mr. Struble Rocks!!!”
-“You are a genius! Thanks for making science interesting!”