LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2018 – Week 21

LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2018 – Week 21

 

General

New Enrollment: We are currently processing new applications for the 2018-19 school year. Please see the school website for the online application.

 

Track Coach: The HS track team is looking for volunteer coaches who would be willing to help coach the following events: High Jump and Throwing. Please contact Jed Whitling: ad@logosschool.com if you are interested.

Ball: The Knights Fest Ball will take place Friday, February 2 (hosted by the 12th grade class). This is for Logos students only. Dress: GENTLEMEN – Dress shirts, ties and slacks. LADIES – Knee length dresses or skirts. Modest necklines only (no strapless tops, halter-tops, or spaghetti straps). SHOES – Clean shoes on the floor only; no dress shoes or high heels. 6-7:30pm for Elementary, 7:30-8pm practice dance, 8-10pm Secondary. Price is $5 per person and $20 family.

Elementary

Preschool-1st Grade Midterms: Midterms came home this week. Please sign the bottom of the form and return it by next Wednesday.

 

2nd-6th Grade Midterms: A blank midterm form came home this week. Please log on to Renweb and help your child complete it. Our goal is to encourage families to check out Renweb and to help students use the midterm to plan for improvement in any areas that may need work. Please return these forms by next Wednesday.

 

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

 

Secondary

Secondary Grades: We are halfway through the 3rd quarter and grades are current in RenWeb. This would be a good time to sit down with your secondary student and check on their progress.

 

Rhetoric Speech Meet (10th-12th Grade): The meet will take place February 23. More details are available on the school website.

 

 

Elementary Friendship Talk

Over the past few weeks I have been visiting the elementary classes (2nd-6th grades) to discuss friendship. The conversation starts out with Proverbs 16:28, “A perverse man stirs up conflict, and a gossip separates close friends.” One of our goals is that your children will become close friends as they work and play together at Logos. Solomon tells us that gossip breaks friends apart. I discuss this with the students and then go on to identify other threats to friendship as well. We talk about the fact that at Logos, if you want a BFF, it’s Jesus and your family, everyone else is a good friend. We don’t want these friendships to be severed through ungodly exclusions (ignoring the 3rd wheel) or friend hogs (who dominate one person and push everyone else away). As always, please feel free to follow up on these conversations at home and let me know if you have ideas for what could be covered in the future.

 

Cheers,

 

Matt Whitling