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Thank you Snow Team! As you know, last week was full of crazy weather on the Palouse. We want to give a huge shout-out to our snow crew who came to the rescue especially on Thursday and Friday in the midst of lots of snow, rain, ice, and even a broken tractor. These gentlemen quite literally are the reason that we were able to have school at the end of the week. Thank you Trent Frigone, Micah Shryer, Eric Sawyer, Jason Croyle, Jim Miller, and Snow Captain Adam Berry! Logos School could not operate without the sacrificial investment of faithful parents like you every day. Thank you so much!
Parking Lot (main campus): Please pull all the way into parking spaces, and pull all the way forward when dropping off or picking up. Snow berms are narrowing parking and Baker Street, increasing congestion. We are looking at options, but it’s simply tight.
Re-enrollment for fall 2022 is underway through January 24th. In conjunction with this, we are rolling out a new online financial system for parents to review balances, pay fees, etc.
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This Friday’s assembly at South opens with a recitation by Mrs. Rauch’s 1st-grade class, followed by Mrs. Hawthorne’s 2nd-grade class play. All are welcome. We will begin at 8:30 a.m. Limited parking is available in front of the school and in the Canon Press warehouse parking lot. Please do not park along the highway or the loop behind the school.
Pick-up times. Reminder that Logos South students need to be picked up by 3:05 for 1st grade and 3:15 for 2nd grade.
Spelling Bee: The 3rd – 6th graders (Main Campus) will be competing in the in-school spelling bee on January 31 by classroom. The big showdown will be on February 4th at 1:00 in the gym. South students will have their in-class competitions on February 1st. Lists and rules are posted on the website under Academics/Elementary Program/Spelling Bee.
Facilities: We have installed security cameras at Logos South, and are evaluating this setup for other campuses.
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Knight’s Fest begins in two weeks. Major events include plenary speakers, workshops, competitions (baking, art, volleyball, basketball, archery, chess…), and a feast in which the students provide entertainment (poetry, hymns, skits, movies…). Classes will be doing lots of prep!
Assistant Superintendent, Logos School