LOGOS SCHOOL UPDATE – 2018 – #3
Assembly Accompaniment Tryouts: 4th – 6th grade students are welcome to tryout to accompany singing at elementary assemblies. Tryouts will take place Wednesday, September 23 @ 12:00 in the lunchroom. Student accompanists receive one free hot lunch for every assembly they accompany.
Speech Meet: Selections are due September 17.
Parent Volunteer Opportunity: We are looking for a parent to help with lights and sound for elementary plays twice a month. Expertise is not a must, as we can train you in the basics. If you are interested, please contact me for details.
Secondary Assembly: Our first secondary assembly will take place this Tuesday during first period (no electives that day). We will all meet at 8:25 in the gym. Students should bring paper and a pencil to take notes as there are follow-up quizzes in each Bible class later in the week. Our speaker this week is Pastor Kirk Brower, and his topic is: What is the Gospel? Parents are always welcome!
Absences/Tardies for secondary students: If your child will be absent or tardy from school for any reason (illness, planned, funeral, Dr. appointment, etc.) please notify the front office along with having the student contact each teacher to get assignments. If we don’t hear from you then we record it as an unexcused absence and follow up with an office visit.
Extracurricular Calendars: For those of you who would like to have Logos extracurricular calendars on your phone, tablet, or computer, please use the following links (Some phones will automatically ask if you would like to add the calendar when you click on the link. Here are instructions for manually copying the links to your device.):
Logos Events (games, productions, etc.): https://calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/twhitling%40gmail.com/private-55e49937b168c2a43be7b8b69ad98d0d/basic.ics
Study Tip for the Week
Busy dads need to have a system for staying in touch with how their kids are doing in school. Don’t wait for the midterm progress report to come home and get your attention. Require your child to drop off all graded and returned schoolwork at your spot at the dinner table right when he gets home (or some other convenient spot). Before dinner you can look through the stack to check progress. This will also give you the information required to ask intelligent questions during dinner about the topics that are being covered in school.