Grandparents’ Day/Talent Show/Spring Concert: We have a super day planned for grandparents, parents, family friends, and prospective families on May 8th.  The morning will open with a light breakfast for grandparents in the auditorium, followed by class plays and presentations throughout the morning and early afternoon.  The elementary talent show will take place at 2:20, and there will be a short dinner break until the action starts up again at 6:00 PM.  See the schedule below for evening events:

Elementary Open House 6:00-7:25 PM

Art Auction 6:30 – 7:25 PM

Spring Concert 7:30 – 8:30 PM


Spring Concert: The secondary students in junior high chorus and 9th-10th grade music will be performing in the Spring Concert on May 8th at 7:30 in the gym.  Dress uniform attire for the performers.

Mock Trial: The Mock Trial team competes at nationals this week in Atlanta.  Please keep them in your prayers.

Finals Schedule: Attached is the secondary finals schedule for the spring semester.


Summer Camps & Summer School: Logos is offering a wide array of summer camps (basketball, volleyball, mountain biking, sewing, science, etc…) and summer school classes (English, math, Latin, and Logic).  We are looking forward to a great summer! See the Principal’s Page for more information.

Swine Flu: With all of the news in the press about the swine flu over the past few weeks, we wanted to let parents know that we have received information from the Public Health District.  Here are a few of their suggestions:

-Wash your hands frequently.

-Cough into your elbow.

-If you are sick, stay home from school

Open Gym: Cancelled for this week.

Study Tip of the Week

(Review, due to upcoming Finals)

Over the past couple years we have had a few questions about the school’s policy regarding keeping old tests for younger siblings to use in subsequent years.  For example, I have children in grades 9, 8, 5, 4, 2, and Preschool this year.  If I was inclined to save tests from year to year, could I use those tests to help the next child study for the same test one or two years later?  The short answer is, no.  Students who have access to the previous year’s tests and answers have a distinct and unfair advantage over the other students in the class.  Teachers, both in the elementary and secondary, provide review sheets before each test.  This is what the students should use (along with notes, previous work, etc.) as they prepare for tests.  At Logos, using someone else’s old test to study for your test is cheating.

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

All the best,

Matt Whitling