LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – Week 32

LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – Week 32

General

Grandparents’ Day: We have a super day planned for grandparents, parents, family friends, and prospective families on May 7th.  The morning will open with a light breakfast for grandparents in the auditorium, followed by class plays and presentations throughout the morning and early afternoon.  See the schedule below for evening events:

Elementary Open House 6:30-7:25 PM

Art Auction 6:30 – 7:25 PM

Spring Concert 7:30 – 8:30 PM

Summer Camps & Summer School: Logos is offering a wide array of summer camps (basketball, volleyball, mountain biking, sewing, science, etc…) and summer school classes (English, math, Latin, and Logic).  We are looking forward to a great summer! See the Principal’s Page for more information.

2010-2011 School Calendar: Next year’s school calendar is posted on the Principal’s Page.

Secondary

Knowledge Bowl: The Knowledge Bowl team is on their way to Washington D. C. to compete in the National Science Bowl competition. Please pray for their safety and success!

Mock Trial: The Mock Trial A Team will be traveling to Philadelphia next week to represent Idaho in the national championships.

Northwest History Trip: The 8th graders are currently on the Northwest History Trip. They will return home Friday night.

Study Tip of the Week

(Review, due to upcoming Finals)

Over the past couple years we have had a few questions about the school’s policy regarding keeping old tests for younger siblings to use in subsequent years.  The short answer is, no.  Students who have access to the previous year’s tests and answers have a distinct and unfair advantage over the other students in the class.  Teachers, both in the elementary and secondary, provide review sheets before each test.  This is what the students should use (along with notes, previous work, etc.) as they prepare for tests.  At Logos, using someone else’s old test to study for your test is cheating.

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

All the best,

Matt Whitling