The Count of Monte Cristo: The Logos drama production of The Count of Monte Cristo will be running from November 1-3. Click here for information about the dinner theater and other details!


Fight’n Knight Day! In order to support our drama cast and crew as they prepare to open this week, this Friday will be a Fight’n Knight Day (nice jeans and your Logos T-shirt).


BB Training: A private basketball skills and ball handling clinic is happening in November at the Logos gym with John Draine the “I’m Possible” trainer out of Spokane. There will be a 2-hour session for boys 3-9 grade and another 2-hour session for girls 7-12 each Saturday. The cost is $125 per student. Here are the dates and times (boys are the first two hours and girls are the last two hours):


November 3rd:  11am-3pm

November 10th: 12:30pm-4:30pm

November 17th: 12:30pm-4:30pm

November 24th: 11am-3pm


Slots are filling up. Email aaronrench@gmail.com if you would like to get in.


Court Mop Kids: Idaho Vandal basketball is looking for 1st – 7th graders to serve as court mop kids at Vandal basketball games this season. Students will receive free admission for themselves and their family to the games they sign up for. Please use this link to sign up for games.



Promotion Policy: Now that the first quarter report cards are out, I thought it would be helpful to include a reminder about the elementary promotion policy. This is especially important if your child earned an “F” in any subject. Please see the attachment for details. Don’t hesitate to call with any questions or clarifications.


Homework-O-Meters: Each fall we survey the elementary families regarding homework. This Friday each K-6th grade student will bring home a short form with their HAS. Please keep track of homework next week and return it to your child’s teacher.



Dialectic Speech Meet 7th-9th: Next Friday, November 2 is the dialectic speech meet.  There will be an awards assembly for all 7th-12th graders in which some of the superior speeches will be delivered at 2:30 in the gym.  All are welcome to attend.


Extracurricular Activities and Schoolwork

There are lots of great activities going on in the secondary (drama, junior high boys basketball, high school girls basketball, planning for mock trial and high school boys basketball, chess club, etc.). At Logos, schoolwork comes first. This means that students who participate in extracurricular activities will be held to the same standard as everyone else. Students should look ahead, plan ahead, and redeem the time during busy seasons.




Matt Whitling

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