Artists & Poets AboundThe editorial staff at the Moscow Pullman Daily News was so impressed with the caliber of poetry and fine art pieces submitted by Logos students for their quarterly supplement, VOICE OF THE YOUTH, that they designated a full page to Logos School! Check out page 4 in the February 25 issue! Congratulations to our 6th grade poets whose work was selected: Alex Blum, Olivia Igielski, Hero Merkle, Naomi Michaels, Jared Stokes, Julia Urquidez, Abigail Visger, Mary Visger, and Lucia Wilson. Congratulations to our fine arts students whose pieces are featured in this issue: Sarah Miller, Heather Perley, and Summer Stokes. Way to go students! Praise God!
Determined and working hard Evans received a full scholarship to his dream collegeMOSCOW, ID - KLEW cares about you and that's why each week during the school year, we highlight an outstanding local high school student. Jenee' Ryan introduces us too Logos School Senior, Jameson Evans. This Logos Knight is ready to take on the world. He'll soon attend his dream school, the University of Alabama, where he'll major in chemical engineering and because he maintains a 4.0 GPA , he's received a full scholarship. https://www.klewtv.com/features/Jameson-Evans-290993341.html
School puts down pencils to help feed thousands of local families in needMOSCOW, Idaho - There was only one test at Logos School in Moscow, Idaho, Thursday and it didn't involve any pencils or books. Their goal was to see if the student body can fill 10,000 bags with food. https://www.khq.com/clip/10704385/school-puts-down-pencils-to-help-feed-thousands-of-local-families-in-need#.VEB-1wzmxVw.facebook
Logos School partners with Homestead Ministries to feed the needyMOSCOW, ID - Instead of selling candy bars or magazine subscriptions, leaders at Logos school in Moscow wanted to do something worthwhile and important to the community. Thursday Logos students collected pledges for their time spent participating in Feed the Need . Jenee’ Ryan was at Logos School Thursday morning and has more. “It's fun filling the bag with lentils,' said Shannon Beauchamp, first grader at Logos School. Shannon, along with nearly 400 other Logos School students ranging from kindergarten through 12th grade, partnered with Homestead Ministries Thursday to assemble 10,000 meals to fight hunger on the Palouse. “You put little peas in bags and you bring them over to this place where they seal them really set shut,” said Piper Beauchamp, first grader at Logos School. All the recipient has to do is add water. “We take local people and we take local product and we take local money and we go ahead and feed our local, our immediate people around us," said Homestead Ministries Co-Founder, Tom Riedner. “Over 15% of the Palouse has a hard time putting food on the table, which is a lot of people," said Claire Ahmann, 11th grader at Logos School. “If the people don’t have enough food, they’ll die," said Beauchamp. And the kids don’t want that to happen to anyone on the Palouse. “Sometimes they need help and you don’t need help and you can help them," said Jack Bakken, first grader at Logos School. Not only is this a great project that helps out our community, but it’s also a great learning experience for the students.” “You’re teaching those kids that they don’t have to just think about themselves, that there’s other people out there that can use some help.” “You wanna grow a givers heart when they’re young and so introducing them to this kind of thing develops a certain type of person who’s a giver and who does it joyfully,” said Logos School Development Director, Gene Liechty. Homestead Ministries will begin distributing the meals Logos students packaged to the hungry in Latah, Whitman and Nez Perce Counties as early as (Friday) tomorrow. https://www.klewtv.com/news/local/Logos-school-feed-the-needy-and-learn-about-generousity-279574952.html
FEEDING THE NEED
Logos Students Package 10,000 Meals for Local Food Banks
The sizable gymnasium at Logos School was alive with activity Thursday as groups of students worked with a cheerful readiness only youth are capable of, packaging and labeling 10,000 soup mixes for donation to food banks in Latah and Whitman counties and even as far north as Spokane.
The K-12 students, in matching T-shirts declaring the name of the day-long project, Feed the Need, measured, mixed and bagged their product at 14 tables equipped with funnels and measuring implements.
The event, sponsored by Family Promise of the Palouse and Mike Church at Key Properties, is the first of its kind at Logos, but the school's director, Gene Liechty, said he hopes to make it an annual one.