Updates

LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2022/23 #17  (Jan 11, 2023) 

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Student Pick-Up - Please drive slowly and carefully while in the parking lots.  Pedestrian traffic includes many children who are small and unpredictable; divers must exercise patience and extreme caution.  Student drivers - please be especially slow and careful.  

Q2 Report cards have been printed and sent home.  If you need another one, the current report card can be found on FACTS Family Portal.  Log on and go to “Student….Report Cards.”  

Openings:  We anticipate that we will have openings for teachers this coming school year.  If you are interested in finding out more about teaching at Logos please email the appropriate principal:  Mr. Wiggins (secondary), Mr. Becker (upper elementary), and Mr. Brockwalder (lower elementary).  

Exciting News! Our dear Mrs. Karla Porras is expecting a baby in April!  As Mrs. Porras will be moving on to more important things, we would like to see if anyone would be interested in filling her ½ time secretary role at Logos South.  If you are interested in this role (beginning sometime in spring) please contact Kalen Brockwalder.  

Reenrollment for current students is underway for 2023-24, due Jan 23rd.  We are also accepting applications for new students, and will begin interviews soon (PK is already well underway).  We aim to fill every class!  

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New Student!  We are excited to welcome a new kindergartener to Logos this week.  

Hospitality Talk - Mr. Becker will be going to upper elementary classrooms at Logos West to talk about hospitality.  We are commanded in Scripture to practice hospitality.  How do young students obey that command?  The students will be bringing home some ideas.  We will suggest ways to notice others and include them, at home or at school.  For example, when the parents invite a family over for a meal we encourage the students to greet the guests at the door along with their dad and mom.  We encourage parents to discuss other ways their children can be involved in showing hospitality. 

Elementary Play: Logos South has an assembly this Friday.  Mrs. Hawthorne's class will be performing a great play from the book of Esther.  The play will begin at 8:30 a.m. at Logos South.  We will reserve the small parking area in front of the school (the normal teacher lot) for anyone that would be especially blessed by this convenient spot. 

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Knights Fest is Coming:  Knights Fest is a three-day celebration scheduled for Wednesday through Friday, January 25-27.  The theme for this year is “The Joy Of The Lord Is Our Strength” Nehemiah 8:10.  Be on the lookout for further details via email.

February Secondary Assembly: Our next secondary assembly will be on the topic of “Obeying Parents,” presented by Pastor Wilson. We cordially invite our parents to pack the bleachers for this most important of presentations.  Please mark your calendars for 12:40-1:30 p.m. on February 14.

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Saturday Basketball We have a full slate of basketball this Saturday.  Our boys have won 3 of their last four games and will host Prairie on Saturday  All elementary students wearing Logos gear will receive free admission plus a chance to win a free pizza!

12:00 JV Girls

1:30 Varsity Girls

3:00 C Boys

4:30 JV Boys

6:00 Varsity Boys

 

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Jan 16 Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  A regular day of school at Logos.  

Feb 20 Presidents’ Day.  A regular day of school at Logos.  

Mar 3 Last day of the 3rd quarter

Mar 6-17 Spring Break, no school

 

 

Blessings,

Loren Euhus

Assistant Superintendent, Logos School

LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2022/23 #16  (Jan 4, 2023)

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False Email Warning. Today one of our teachers and parents received an email asking for personal information from the address kunole09@gmail.com that was imitating Mr. Wiggins as Principal of Logos School.  Mr. Wiggins will only communicate using the official school address @logosschool.com. Any request for personal information must be regarded as suspect unless verified by phone or previously coordinated.  Please let the front office know if you have received a similar email. 

Q2 Report Cards come out this week; Wednesday for Elementary and Thursday for Secondary.  

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New Student!  We are excited to welcome a new 3rd-grade elementary student to Logos this week.  

Spelling Bee: The 1st – 6th graders will be competing in their classroom spelling bees on January 31. The Final Showdown for Logos West will take place on February 2.  The top two in each classroom will compete at 1:00 in the gym.  The 1st & 2nd-grade students at Logos South will compete in their classrooms on January 31.  Lists and rules are posted on the school website under Academics/Elementary Program/Spelling Bee.

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Secondary Assembly.  Our next secondary assembly will be held on Tuesday, January 9, 12:40-1:30 in the Logos Gym.  Pastor Kirk Brower will be addressing the student body on the topic of “Confession of Sin.”  All parents are encouraged to attend.  Dads are invited to join Mr. Wiggins for pizza at 12:00 in the gym.  Please RSVP to Jen Farley jfarley@logosschool.com  if you would like to attend lunch.  

Honors Invitations This Week.   Select teachers will be offering honors classes for students who meet the academic requirements.  Honors coursework is challenging enough so that a student would normally be approved for only one or two honors classes per semester. The amount of work done in the regular course will not be reduced. The student’s grade will be based on the regular material covered in class. The supplementary work done for honors will be graded separately. On the high school transcript, the prefix “Honors” will be placed before the class name to indicate the fulfillment of honors work. Students who are interested must fill out an application with a parent signature.  The cost of electives is $25 payable directly to the teacher.

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HS Basketball. JV and Varsity girls will host Deary tonight at 6:00 and 7:30.  The boys next home game will be next Tuesday when they host Genesee High School.  Come support the Knights!

Junior High Basketball is just getting started.  6-8th grade Boys will have their first practice tomorrow at 6:00 am.  6-8th  grade girls will have their second practice of the year Friday morning.  

Winter Sports Picture Day is Tuesday, January 10th.  JH BB players will have pictures taken during 7th period.  HS teams will be immediately after school.

 

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Jan 16        Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  A regular day of school at Logos.  

Feb 20        Presidents’ Day.  A regular day of school at Logos.  

Mar 3        Last day of the 3rd quarter

Mar 6-17    Spring Break, no school

 

 

Blessings,

Loren Euhus

Assistant Superintendent, Logos School

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2022/23 #15  (Dec 14, 2022) 

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This Friday (Dec 16th) is a Fightin’ Knight Day.  

Semester End.  Friday, Dec 16th is the last day of the semester and is a half day of school for all elementary and secondary.  We will stagger dismissal times to allow parents to make all 3 campus pick-ups on time.  

  • 1st grade is dismissed at 11:20, and 2nd grade at 11:30.
  • Morning PreK and Kindergarten at 11:40.  (Afternoon PreK won't meet).  
  • Upper Elementary at 11:45.  
  • The secondary is dismissed at 12:05.  

 

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Assembly.  This Friday Mr. Brockwalder’s class will be putting on our play (Logos West gym). It’s a good one.  The show will open with a 3rd grade (Blum) recitation at 8:35 AM. All are welcome to attend. 

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Final Exam Makeups.  Mr. Wiggins will be administering Final Exam makeups from 8am - 12pm on Monday, December 19 for any students who need it.  Further makeups will be scheduled as required.

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JH BB begins after Christmas Break.  Boys will practice Tuesday, Thursday, and every other Friday and have their first practice on Tuesday, January 3rd.  Girls will practice Monday, Wednesday, and every other Friday and have their first practice on Wednesday, January 4th.  Information on required forms and fees can be found on the Logos Website.   

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Dec 16 Last day of the semester (½ day)

Jan 2 Teacher Development Day (no school)

Jan 3 First day of the second semester

Jan 16 Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  A regular day of school at Logos.  

Feb 20 Presidents’ Day.  A regular day of school at Logos.  

Mar 6-17 Spring Break, no school

 

 

Blessings,

Loren Euhus

Assistant Superintendent, Logos School

LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2022/23 #14  (Dec 7, 2022) 

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Winter Parking/Drop-off Reminder: At Logos West, please pull all the way forward when dropping off and picking up children in the front parking lot. We are trying to avoid cars being stuck halfway up the ramp in the ice and snow.  

New Lost And Found Policy:  All new items will be stored in the “NEW” section on the south side of the L&F and will remain till the coming Monday.  Every Monday items from the “NEW” section will be moved to the “LONG TERM” section on the north side of the L&F.  When the “LONG TERM” section becomes full items in that section only will be for sale to anyone for $5 an item. Proceeds will be donated to the high school class that is managing the L&F that month. Payment can be made to Jen Farley in the main office. Items are for sale anytime the yellow “ALL ITEMS $5” signs are hung up. If a student discovers an item, that previously belonged to them, in the possession of a fellow student the item may be purchased back for $5 from the person who bought it from the L&F.   After a sale leftover items will then be taken to the Hope Center.   DO NOT remove items from the L&F unless they belong to you or you have purchased them during a designated time. This constitutes stealing and will be dealt with accordingly. 

The Christmas Concert will be 7:00-8:00 pm this Friday, December 9th, at the Nazarene Church.  Invite your relatives and friends! 

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Replacement Neckties:  Logos has a limited number of ties for sale; see Jim Becker to buy one.  Alternatively, buy one at Land’s End here:  Elementary Boys' Uniform Tie.  There are two different sizes to choose from (S or M).  Everyone at Logos West should be ordering the Medium.  

Christmas Concert Reminder: Kindergarteners and 1st graders will proceed to the foyer to be reunited with families after their class performance. 

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Secondary Elective Requests are due Friday.  Log onto FACTS and make your requests.  Students not making a request will be assigned an elective by Logos.  

Christmas Concert Rehearsal (Friday during school):  The secondary school will follow the normal morning school schedule.

High School Choir: –12:05 pm - depart from Logos West for The Nazarene Church 

–1:30 pm - depart from The Nazarene Church for Logos West; attend 6th and 7th-period classes. 

–Transportation is provided.  Students who drive themselves must proceed directly to the Nazarene Church and return to school directly without stopping for fast food.  Please pack a lunch!

Junior High Choir: –2:15 pm - depart from Logos West for The Nazarene Church

–3:20 pm - depart from the Nazarene Church for Logos West

–Transportation is provided.  Parents may elect to pick up their students at the Nazarene Church or at Logos West.  For those students who return via bus,  arrival at Logos West is 3:35 pm.

 

The importance of asking questions.  The Logos School policy for Secondary Finals requires that teachers provide a minimum of three review sessions prior to the final exam.  In order to ensure students have sufficient time to review the material, teachers are starting their reviews and providing review guides this week.  However, no review or study sheet is totally comprehensive.  This is why it is so important for students to use review sessions wisely by asking good questions.  Please encourage your children to ask questions of their teachers.  

The importance of integrity. Finals week is a time of increased stress for students.  In their desire to do well, the option to take a shortcut becomes all the more tempting, especially when students fail to assess the potential consequences.  This is why it is important to re-emphasize that cheating of any kind will result in a “zero” for the assignment (including a final exam) and an office visit with the principal. The resulting damage to one’s grade and, most importantly, one's integrity is not easily repaired.  Please encourage your students to resist any temptation to cheat, so that they may enjoy their Christmas break with an earned grade and a clean conscience.  

 

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Canceled Games: Recent boys basketball games that were canceled due to weather have been rescheduled: 

  • Tuesday, Dec 20.  Logos @ St. Maries. JV at 5:00/Varsity at 6:30
  • Monday Jan. 2 Deary @ Logos. JV @ 6:00/V 7:30

 

JH Basketball will begin after Christmas break.  We will have an informational meeting next Monday Dec 12th for all students in grades 6-8 during lunch in room 19. 

 

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Dec 9 Secondary Elective Requests Due

Dec 9 Christmas Concert

Dec 12-16 Final Exams (Secondary)

Jan 2 Teacher Development Day (no school)

Jan 3 First day of the second semester

Jan 16 Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  A regular day of school at Logos.  

Feb 20 Presidents’ Day.  A regular day of school at Logos.  

Mar 6-17 Spring Break, no school

 

 

Blessings,

Loren Euhus

Assistant Superintendent, Logos School

LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2022/23 #13  (Nov 30, 2022) 

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Cancellation or Delayed Start Time:  Logos School very rarely closes, but in case of closure or delay due to severe weather, Mr. Whitling or Mr. Euhus will send out an official email by 7 am. Closure/delay information will also be posted on our website, specifically as an update on the "Parent Portal" page.  Do not assume that Logos School is closed if other schools are closed; every school district makes its own determination.  If Logos School stays open and you do not think it safe to travel to school, please do what you deem best for your family. We will help students make up any missed work. 

There will be a Fight’n Knight Day tomorrow, December 1st, to support the boys’ basketball team as they host Deary HS.  JV will start @ 6:00 pm and Varsity @ 7:30 pm.  

The Christmas Concert will be 7:00 pm Friday, December 9th, at the Nazarene Church.  

The Christmas Ball will take place Friday, December 2nd, hosted by the 8th-grade class. This is for Logos students only. Dress: GENTLEMEN - Dress shirts, ties, and slacks. Ties must be worn for admittance.  LADIES - Below the 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. 6-7:30 pm for Elementary, 7:30-8 pm practice dance, 8-10 pm for Secondary. Price is $5 per person or $15 per family. Please pay at the door. 

Exciting News! Our dear Mrs. Karla Porras is expecting a baby in April!  As Mrs. Porras will be moving on to more important things, we would like to plant the seed to see if anyone would be interested in filling her ½ time secretary role at Logos South.  If you are interested in this role (beginning sometime in spring) please email Kalen Brockwalder.  

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Keeping sick children home:  Please keep your child at home if he has a fever over 100 degrees.  The child can return to school after he has been fever free for 24 hours (without fever-reducing medicine such as Tylenol or Motrin).  A student with diarrhea and/or vomiting should stay home and return to school only after being symptom-free for 24 hours. https://logosschool.com/for-parents/sick-children/

Elementary Play: Logos South is excited about our first assembly this Friday.  Mrs. Nuttbrock's class will be performing a 2nd-grade classic, A New Coat for Anna.  The play will begin at 8:30 am @ Logos South.

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Elective Choices for the second semester will be coming out this week.  Watch for instructions.  

Secondary Finals Week is December 12-16. The detailed schedule can be accessed from our website here and is posted on the front office window.  General Finals Schedule:  

Monday: Review day; Spanish III final, normal class schedule

Tuesday:  Review day; Junior High will conduct a review for 6th-period classes (Latin 7, Latin 8, Latin 8 (H), and Pre-Algebra) during 5th period (after lunch).  The PE Final will be during 6th and 7th periods.  HS will conduct protocol training during 5th period.  All other classes will meet at their regularly scheduled times and classrooms.  

Wednesday:  Finals - 8:25-12:05, Reviews - 12:40-2:25;  11th Grade Honors Pre-Calculus will conduct its review from 2:30-3:20.  All other classes will be released at 2:25.

Thursday: Finals - 8:25-12:05, Reviews - 12:40-2:25;  All classes will be released at 2:25.

Friday: Finals - 8:25-12:05; All classes will be released at 12:15 following locker inspections.

 

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Jr High Drama production will begin rehearsals after Christmas break. Auditions will be on December 7 and 8. Please contact Abby Holloway. Performances will be February 23-25.  

Boys and girls JH basketball will begin after Christmas break.  All 6-8th grade students are welcome to participate.  All students are required to have the proper paperwork on file.  If your student played a fall sport we already have their paperwork.  More details will be coming soon.

 

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Dec 2 Christmas Ball

Dec 9 Christmas Concert

Dec 12-16 Final Exams (Secondary)

Jan 2 Teacher Workday (no school)

Jan 3 First day of the second semester

Jan 16 Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  A regular day of school at Logos.  

Feb 20 Presidents’ Day.  A regular day of school at Logos.  

Mar 6-17 Spring Break, no school

 

 

Blessings,

Loren Euhus

Assistant Superintendent, Logos School

LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2022/23 #12  (Nov 16, 2022)   

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Exciting News! Our dear Mrs. Karla Porras is expecting a baby in April!  As Mrs. Porras will be moving on to more important things, we would like to plant the seed to see if anyone would be interested in filling her ½ time secretary role at Logos South.  If you are interested in this role     (beginning sometime in spring) please email Kalen Brockwalder.  

New Lost and Found Policy (Logos West):  All new items will be stored in the “NEW” section on the south side of the L&F and will remain till the coming Monday.  Every Monday items from the “NEW” section will be moved to the “LONG TERM” section on the north side of the L&F.   On the first and third Friday of every month, items in the “LONG TERM” section will be for sale to anyone for $5 an item. Proceeds to be donated to the high school class that is managing the L&F that month. Payment can be made to Jen Farley in the main office.   If “LONG TERM” becomes overfull it will be emptied and taken to the Hope Center.  Please do not remove items from the L&F unless they belong to you or you have purchased them during a designated time. This constitutes stealing and will be dealt with accordingly.  

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5th Grade Play: This Friday Mr. Kohl’s class will be performing in the gym (Logos West). The show will open with a recitation by Mrs. Akin and Mrs. Bradley’s 3rd-grade class at 8:35. All are welcome! 

Elementary Midterms: Elementary midterms (Main, South, and East Campuses) will be coming home this week. Please complete and return these by Wednesday, November 30.

Homework-O-Meter Results: Homework surveys are in, and we’ve crunched the numbers below (averaged between the double/triple classes).  Parents, thank you for taking the time to complete the surveys!

Grade / Actual Numbers / Guideline Targets (per night/5 days a week):

    1st      =     12 min.     (15 min.)

    2nd     =     22 min.     (30 min.)

    3rd     =     27 min.     (45 min.)

    4th     =     27 min.     (45 min.)

    5th     =     29 min.     (45 min.)

    6th     =     36 min.     (60 min.)

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Lunchtime Gym Monitors Needed:  Mr. Wiggins is looking for regularly scheduled volunteers to supervise students in the gym during secondary lunch (12:05-12:40 daily).  Interested parents, please contact Mr. Wiggins.  

Preparation for the final 3 weeks of school:  After Thanksgiving, we will have only three weeks remaining for the semester and one of those weeks will be taken up with finals (Dec 13-16).  Additionally, we have two school-wide extracurricular events, the Christmas Ball on December 2, and the Christmas Choral Concert on December 9, along with several basketball games.  Please encourage your students to use the Thanksgiving break wisely in order to prepare for a fast finish to the semester.  It should be a great time to complete term papers and projects, or get ahead in preparation for finals. 

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Nov 21-25    Thanksgiving Break

Dec 2        Christmas Ball

Dec 9         Christmas Program

Dec 13-16    Final Exams (Secondary)

Jan 2        Teacher Workday (no school)

Jan 3        First day of the second semester

 

Blessings,

Loren Euhus

Assistant Superintendent, Logos School

LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2022/23 #11  (Nov 9, 2022) 

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Exciting News! Our dear Mrs. Karla Porras is expecting a baby in April!  As Mrs. Porras will be moving on to more important things, we would like to plant the seed to see if anyone would be interested in filling her ½ time secretary role at Logos South.  If you are interested in this role     (beginning sometime in spring) please email Kalen Brockwalder.  

Available Position: Our wonderful Kelsey Grauke will be retiring from her role as Administrative Assistant for health-related reasons.  We are seeking a replacement for two mornings a week at Logos East.  If you are interested in this position, please contact Kalen Brockwalder.  

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Elementary Lunches: Please be sure to send a disposable fork or spoon with your child if they need one for soups, etc.  The school does not supply utensils for lunch.  

Study Tip of the Week: Flashcards are a super way to commit the material to memory. Whether it is multiplication facts or sight words, using flashcards can be a huge help, if they are used wisely. Here are a few tips:

  1. Have the student make the flashcards themselves. This is a valuable part of studying. Write the question on one side (5 + 6) and the answer on the back (=11). Make sure that the material is written correctly (spelling and neatness) so that the student is not studying incorrect or confusing material. Also, make sure that the answer is written lightly enough so that you cannot see it through the card.
  2. Have the student go through the stack of cards. Every card that they get right should go on the ‘right’ stack and the wrong ones go on the ‘wrong’ stack. Study the ‘wrong’ stack a few times and then go through it again dividing it into two stacks. This focuses on the information that needs the most attention. Eventually, remix the cards and test on all of them, repeating the process until they have it down.
  3. Break study time into small bites. It’s usually best to focus on two or three intense fifteen-minute sessions rather than a solid hour with the attendant distractions and bathroom breaks.

 

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Lunchtime Gym Monitors Needed:  Mr. Wiggins is looking for regularly scheduled volunteers to supervise students in the gym during secondary lunch (12:05-12:40 daily).  Interested parents, please contact Mr. Wiggins.  

ACCS Choral Festival:  On Friday, November 11, the high school choir will be traveling to Spokane for the ACCS Choral Festival.  Due to the number of high school students in choir, we will not be holding classes for the 9-12th grades on that day.  If your high school student is not traveling with the choir, they should stay home on that day.  

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HS boys Basketball tryouts are this week. Official Tryouts are Friday and Saturday with an optional workout Thursday for those who will miss Friday. All athletes need to be sure and have physicals or IQ forms on file before official practice begins.  If your student played a fall sport then they have already submitted paperwork.  Required forms are available here.

Fightin’ Knight Day is next Tuesday, November 15th.  Wear your Fightin’ Knight shirt to school and come support the girls basketball team in their season opener against St. Maries.  The JV game begins at 6:00 and Varsity at 7:30.  

 

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Nov 21-25 Thanksgiving Break

Dec 2 Christmas Ball

Dec 9 Christmas Program

Dec 13-16 Final Exams (Secondary)

Jan 2 Teacher Workday (no school)

Jan 3 First day of the second semester

 

Blessings,

Loren Euhus

Assistant Superintendent, Logos School

LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2022/23 #10  (Nov 2, 2022) 

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New Student Applications for 23-24: We accept new student applications for the following year on the first day of school. We have been processing and accepting preschool applications for 23-24 since August. If you know anyone who is interested in Logos preschool for next year, please encourage them to apply soon. There are still a few seats available.

Available Position: Our wonderful Kelsey Grauke will be retiring from her role as Administrative Assistant to spend more time at home with her family.  We are seeking a replacement for two mornings a week at Logos East.  If you are interested in the position, please contact Kalen Brockwalder.  

Cancellation Or Delayed Start Time:  Logos School very rarely closes, but in case of closure or delay due to severe weather, Mr. Whitling or Mr. Euhus will send out an official e-mail by 7 am and post it on our website, specifically as an update on the "Parent Portal" page.  Do not assume that Logos School is closed if other schools are closed; every school district makes its own determination.  

Logos School tends to remain open through nearly any weather as a service to parents.  If Logos School stays open and you do not think it safe to travel to school, or if you need to be late, please do what you deem best for your family.  We will help your child make up any missed work. 

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Snow Boots: Elementary students are welcome to wear snow boots throughout the winter season.

Plastic Silverware: Please make sure to send this with your kids if they need it for lunch. The school does not provide these items.

Elementary Romance Talk: Over the past few weeks Mr. Brockwalder and Mr. Becker have been visiting the elementary classes (2nd-6th grades) to discuss romance.  Our focus has been on keeping Logos free of romance evidenced by pairing up at recess, coarse jesting and joking, writing notes to someone else, etc.  We also focus on that there is plenty of time before all of that is appropriate.  We emphasize that it is not appropriate at Logos all the way up through 12th grade.

Study Tip: Report cards came out last week. Many of us have busy enough schedules to think that if we actually looked over the card and made it to the right elementary conference at the right time, we had a successful week. Now is a good time, if you haven’t already, to sit down with each of your children and discuss their progress. Go over the report card together and talk about the feedback that you received from their teacher. Set a few simple goals that you will be able to remember and hold them accountable for when progress reports come home in November.

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Quarter Zip Pullover Donation:  A generous donor has offered to purchase a quarter zip pullover with an embroidered Logos logo for every high school student.  You may access the order form here: Quarter Zip Order Form

Winter Boot Season:  Winter boot season will start on Monday, November 7th.  Students are authorized to wear snow and rain boots on campus or to wear their uniform shoes.

Dialectic Speech Meet:  Friday, November 4th.  The 7th-9th grade students will be presenting their pieces during first and second period (8:25-10:15 am) that day and all the secondary classes will attend the awards assembly during seventh period (2:30-3:20 pm) in the gym.  Parents are encouraged to attend to observe their children in the morning, and are invited to attend the awards ceremony that afternoon.

Secondary World View Assembly:  On Tuesday, November 8 from 12:40-1:30 Pastor Doug Wilson will present on “Life Between the Sexes.”  Parents, please join us for this thought-provoking presentation.  Dads are invited to join us for Wooster’s Pizza at 12pm in the gym. Please RSVP to Logos West by Friday, November 4.

ACCS Choral Festival:  On Friday, November 11, the high school choir will be traveling to Spokane for the ACCS Choral Festival.  Due to the number of high school students in choir, we will not be holding classes for the 9-12th grades on that day.  If your high school student is not traveling with the choir, they should stay home on that day.  

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Congratulations to our Fall sports teams on successful seasons.  Girls Cross Country claimed 2nd place at the state meet last weekend with Sara Casebolt and Mari Calene finishing second and third.  The boys team earned 6th place with Zack Atwood placing 10th. 

Academic State Champions. Varsity Football and Girl’s Cross Country were both declared IHSAA Academic State Champions for having the highest team GPAs in the state.  

HS Basketball Begins. Girls HS Basketball just started practice and the boys team will begin next week.  Both programs have new coaches leading the teams this year.  Gabe Rench is coaching our varsity girls.  Nate Wilson will be our varsity boys coach.  Practice schedules are available on the team calendars:

HS Girls BB Calendar                    

HS Boys BB Calendar 

 

LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2022/23 #9  (Oct 26, 2022) 

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Fight’n Knight Day this Friday! 

Substitutes Needed:  Please consider becoming a substitute teacher for Logos.  You can pick the grade level, pick the subjects in secondary, and you will reduce your tuition next year.  We would love parents and grandparents to fill up our substitute list.  If interested, please contact Jen Farley in the front office of Logos West

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4th Grade Play: This Friday morning, Mrs. Unger’s 4th graders will be performing Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. The assembly will begin in the gym at 8:35 beginning with a short recitation by Mrs. Carlson’s 3rd graders. All are welcome!

Parent/Teacher Conferences: Parent/teacher conferences begin today through Friday. There are slots still open.  If you have not scheduled one yet, please visit FACTS and go to Calendar then click on the day you would like to schedule.

Report Cards:  Elementary report cards will be coming home today with your student.  

Homework-O-Meter:  These will be coming home with your student on Friday.  It is a way for us to see on average how much homework is being done at home.  Thank you for filling out the paper over the next 6 days according to the instructions on the form.  Your student will be returning this to school Friday, November 4.

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Report Cards:  Report cards will be coming home on Thursday, November 27.

Dialectic Speech Meet will be next Friday, November 4th.  The 7th-9th grade students will be presenting their pieces during first and second period (8:25-10:15 am) that day and all the secondary classes will attend the awards assembly during seventh period (2:30-3:20 pm) in the gym.  Parents are encouraged to attend to observe their children in the morning, and are invited to attend the awards ceremony that afternoon.

Secondary World View Assembly:  On Tuesday, November 8 from 12:40-1:30 Pastor Doug Wilson will present on “Life Between the Sexes.”  Parents, please join us for this thought-provoking presentation.  Dads are invited to join us for Wooster’s Pizza at 12pm in the gym. 

ACCS Choral Festival:  On Friday, November 11, the high school choir will be traveling to Spokane for the ACCS Choral Festival.  Due to the number of high school students in choir, we will not be holding classes for the 9-12th grades on that day.  If your high school student is not traveling with the choir, they should stay home on that day.

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XC State Championships Saturday.  The Boys and Girls cross country teams will be competing in the IHSAA State Championships this Saturday just east of Lewiston High School. The girls will race at 1:30 and the boys at 2:30.   The girls are defending their 2021 State Title.  Come out and support our runners.

HS Basketball Season Begins.  HS Girls basketball will begin practice Monday, October 31st at 6:00 pm.  There will be a parent meeting before practice at 5:50.  Contact coach Gabe Rench for more information.  HS Boys will begin practice on November 11th.  If your student did not participate in a fall sport be sure to have your physical or IQ form submitted before the first day of practice.  Junior High Basketball will begin in January.

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Oct 26/27 Q1 Report Cards (elementary Wed, secondary Thurs)

Nov 4 Grades 7-9 Speech Meet

 

 

LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2022/23 #8  (Oct 12, 2022) 

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Teacher Development Day:  On Friday, October 14 there will be a teacher development day with no classes.  The last day of the quarter is Thursday, October 13th.   

Substitutes Needed:  Please consider becoming a substitute teacher for Logos.  You can pick the grade level, pick the subjects in secondary, and you will reduce your tuition next year.  We would love parents and grandparents to fill up our substitute list.  If interested, please contact Jen Farley in the front office of Logos West.

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Speech Meet Logos West: Individual classes will be holding their speech meet in the classrooms this Thursday (Logos West only).  Parents are welcome.  Please see last Friday’s classroom H.A.S. for times and details.  

Parent/Teacher Conferences: Almost all of the scheduling is complete. If you have not scheduled yet, please visit FACTS Calendar to schedule your conference day and time.  Any questions please email Jim Becker.

Preschool Opening: Our wonderful Mrs. Aston loves teaching preschool but would like to reduce her overall teaching load.  We will be looking for a talented preschool teacher to take over the morning Tuesday and Thursday class.  If you are gifted with little ones and would like to join the Logos team please contact Mr. Brockwalder.

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Homecoming Game:  Please join us Saturday night at the football field to celebrate Homecoming! The gate opens at 6:00, dinner by Thresh Catering will be available to purchase at 6:30, we'll be celebrating our seniors from football and cross country at 6:45, and kickoff against Troy is at 7:00. Free dinner and a Knights beanie for Logos alumni!

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Oct 14 No School - Teacher Development Day / End of First Quarter

Oct 17-21 Fall Break

Oct 24 First day of the second quarter

Oct 26/27 Q1 Report Cards (elementary Wed, secondary Thurs)

Nov 4 Grades 7-9 Speech Meet

 

Blessings,

Loren Euhus

Assistant Superintendent, Logos School