Friday Attire: This Friday we will begin our normal pattern of wearing our dress uniforms. Sometimes it is tempting to want to slide into the weekend both mentally and physically. By dressing up we want to remind ourselves and each other, to finish strong.
Individual Pictures: Individual pictures will be taken this Wednesday morning. Families may choose between having their child wear his or her uniform or dressing up in a special outfit of your choice. Modesty standards still apply. This is not a day to dress down.
Fight’n Knight Day: Our high school girls will have a home volleyball game against Kendrick on September 8. Elementary and secondary students are allowed to wear their Logos Game Day Shirts (this year’s or a previous year’s) and nice blue jeans (no rips, stains, etc…) or the regular school uniform to school that day. If you would like to purchase a t-shirt for yourself, an elementary student, or a younger sibling, please see the front office this Friday. Originally, we were shooting for the first home game (8/31), but this year’s new shirts are still on their way!
Enrollment for 2016-17: We are currently accepting applications for new students to Logos for the 2016-2017 school year (current students will re-register in the spring). If you would like to add your child to the new student enrollment pool, applications can be found at http://logosschool.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/15-16-Application6.pdf Preschool classes are filling up quickly-now is the time to apply!
Assembly Accompaniment Tryouts: 4th – 6th grade students are welcome to tryout to accompany singing at elementary assemblies. Tryouts will take place Wednesday, September 16 @ 12:00 in the lunchroom. Student accompanists receive one free hot lunch for every assembly they accompany. I will distribute music this week.
Speech Meet: Speech Meet information packets will be coming home with your students this week. All students in 1st-6th grade participate. Selections are due September 21.
Boarding Opportunity: Our very own Kelvin Zhao (11th Grade) is looking for a boarding situation from Christmas Break through the end of the school year. He has been staying with his sister for the last year and a half and she will graduate from the U of I in December. He wants to live with a Christian family so that he can go to church with them every Sunday and grow more in Christ. A typical range for boarding a high school student for half a year is $3,000-$4,500.If you are interested in finding out more about Kelvin, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org