Re-registration Packets: Re-registration packets are due this Friday for the 09-10 academic year.

School Ball: The seniors will be sponsoring a school ball on Friday, January 30 from 7-10 PM in the gym (the Friday of Knights’ Festival).  $5 for students, $7 for adults, and $25 for families (Parents are encouraged and welcome to come.)  Semi-formal dress is required.

Home Basketball Game: This Thursday evening we will host the last JV and varsity home games of the season against Lakeside at 5:30 and 7:00.  Come on out and cheer for the Knights!

Uniform Mini Skirts: Just a friendly dress code reminder.  Girls’ skirts and jumpers must be knee-length or longer.  Some skirts that were knee-length at the beginning of the year may look more like a cheerleader’s uniform today.


Spelling Bee: The 1st – 6th graders will be competing in an in-school spelling bee February 2.  The rules are included below.


Knights’ Festival: As part of Knights’ Festival this year each house will be participating in a community service project.  The rationale for this element being included in Knights’ Fest is that we want to self-consciously see feasting and celebration as the result of sacrifice and service.  This year we will have the privilege of conducting service projects at Clark House, Sabbath House, Carenet of the Palouse, Good Sam, the City of Moscow, Bridge Bible Fellowship, the University of Idaho Dairy Parlor, and the NuArt Theater.

Each house will receive service project specifics this Wednesday afternoon.  Thursday morning students should show up to their service project location at 8:30 dressed in their Fight’n Knight t-shirt and jeans (a bus will be leaving from school at 8:15 for any students who can’t be dropped off at their project location).  Each house will have a supervising teacher working with them throughout the morning.  All projects should be complete between 11:00 and 11:30.  At that time students with their own transportation are welcome to head home or back to school for lunch (students without transportation will ride back to school on the bus).  If your child does not have a car, please talk to him or her about your family’s policy about riding with student drivers.  Logos does not generally recommend it, and there will be a bus available to get everyone there and back.

Knights’ Fest activities will resume after lunch at 12:35 in the gym.  See the Principal’s Page for more details.

For more information about the school please visit https://logosprincipalspage.com/

All the best,

Matt Whitling