Summer Camps: The 2015 Summer Camp brochures are available on the school website. Details for each camp are available if you click on the event in the school calendar.
Football Camp (all ages): Today is the final day. Meet at Mountain View Park at 10 AM.
Hike on the Wild Side (4-5 yrs): Meet today at 10 AM in the front parking lot. Dress for the weather.
Hike on the Wilder Side (6-7 yrs): Meet tomorrow at 10 AM in the front parking lot. Dress for the weather. Bring a small backpack for the hike.
Drawing and Pastels: Starts this Wednesday. Meet in the auditorium at 8 AM.
Basketball Camp (5-8 yrs): Starts this Thursday. Meet in the gym at 10 AM.
6th Grade Art: We have an opening for a 6th grade art teacher for 2015-16. The time commitment would be three hours each week (two, hour and a half classes) and scheduling is somewhat flexible. Please contact me for more details.
Sports Physicals: If you have a 9th or 11th Grade student who is planning to participate in sports this coming year, he/she will need to have a physical before the season begins (especially time sensitive for volleyball and cross country). See the school webpage for the correct form to bring to your doctor.
Senior Course Options: 12th Graders who will be participating in senior course options (college/online courses and internships) should be thinking about their proposals for next year. These are due on August 10 to Mr. Whitling via email, or earlier if possible. See the school webpage for details.
Latin Tutoring: Miss Larsen will be tutoring students throughout the summer. Please check with her for details.
JHGBB Coach: We are currently accepting resumes for a junior high girls basketball coach for next year. See me or John Carnahan for details.
Boarding Opportunity: The following student has been accepted to Logos and is looking for a boarding situation for 2015-16. A typical range for boarding a high school student is $6,000-$9,000 for 9 months. If you would like more information please contact me.
Raphael Zhu (10th Grade)
Dear Family, I’m glad to introduce myself to you, and let you know me better. I come from Shanghai. My parents work as a procurators. My Chinese name is Zhiheng Zhu. Since it’s a little difficult to pronounce in English, you can call me Raphael as well. The name came from my favorite tennis player Raphael Nadal, which means I enjoy playing tennis. In addition to a sports fan, I am also keen on music, and can play the piano well. I think I’m an outgoing, easygoing person actually, and I have few requirements on living that I eat almost all kinds of food. I’m not the allergic constitution. I know every family has its own rules, and I should certainly obey it. I’m looking forward to being a member of your family, here is my email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can contact me in detail later. Sincerely, Raphael Zhu