LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2018 – Week 17

LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2018 – Week 17

 

General

Re-enrollment: Re-enrollment for current students will take place in the first half of January. Please keep an eye out for information from Mr. Euhus.

 

Logos Auction: The RSVP deadline for our 2018 Logos Benefit Auction has been extended until Wednesday, January 10! For auction details or to register online, please go to logosschool.com/news-events/benefit-auction

 

Elementary

Report Cards: Elementary report cards will come home this week with your children. Please sign and return the envelope, you may keep the card.

 

Spelling Bee: The 1st – 6th graders will be competing in an in-school spelling bee February 2. Lists and rules are posted on the website under Academics/Elementary Program/Spelling Bee.

 

Elementary Basketball Clinics: Saturday Hoops will run for one more Saturday (9-11 AM).

 

 

Secondary

Report Cards: Secondary report cards will come home this week with your children.

 

CTP 4 Tests (standardized testing for 7th-9th grades): Testing will take place on January 17 (one day only). Please avoid appointments.

 

Rhetoric Speech Meet (10th-12th Grade): The meet will take place February 23. Selections are due Monday, January 8. 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:

 

-He knows his stuff.

-He always has great stories to tell.

-He gives us enough time to complete assigned work.

-He knows the material well.

-I think it’s amazing how he knows so much about science, and that he has answers to every single scientific question we ask.

-I like science but Mr. Struble makes it all the more interesting with his insights.

-He’s awesome, nice, funny, and likes to tell stories.

-I now love science because it’s so fun.

-He knows the material very well! He enjoys explaining the concepts to us.

-I’ve been enjoying chemistry very much. The class is really interesting and I like being taught by Mr. Struble.

-His “humor” is funny – he loves what he does.

-I’m really bad at science, but I truly enjoy the class because Mr. Struble is an excellent teacher. Thank you.

-He is brilliant.

-He is very patient.

-He is always willing to help students who are struggling and go over the material.

-He knows a lot about space probes.

-Mr. Struble models a very wonderful Christian life.

-Mr. Struble is such an amazing and interesting teacher! Thank you!

-Thank you!

 

 

Cheers,

 

Matt Whitling