We are so very pleased to have you as our students’ parents and guardians. Thank you for being so deeply invested in the school community. We know that our efforts are multiplied as a result.
Respect, Responsibility, and Kindness
We will work hard to help your child understand what it means to respect their friends, their teacher, their classroom, and their parents. We expect them to show respect in the words they use and to have “listening ears.” Students will be held to a high (but age-appropriate) standard, so that they take responsibility for themselves and their behavior in the classroom. In addition, students will be responded to with kindness and good manners (for example, “please” and “thank you”) and will be encouraged to respond likewise. Please reinforce this at home.
We will provide an excellent education through a classical, hands-on model of learning. In the grammar stage of school we emphasize reading and math fundamentals, along with exposure to art, music, literature, science and physical activities. We also work to cultivate social and emotional growth-–an important, if not the most important, component of a young child’s life.
Each Child Known and Loved
We are a school grounded in the love of Christ, which forms the foundation for the school community. As such, your child will be known and loved. Our instruction and learning environment reflect that understanding. This is the reason for our small class size. By keeping the adult-to-student ratio small, we can focus on instruction tailored to each child.
Logos Academy Harrisburg understands that we are only a small part of your child’s life. We are partnering with you in your son or daughter’s development of mind and soul. Here are several ways you can be an effective partner:
Make school a priority: The students who attend school consistently show the most growth and progress throughout the course of the year.
Limit screen time: Our tech world makes this a challenge, but studies show the damaging effects of extended time on a device. We are happy to help you think through other healthy alternatives to iPads and TV time.
Consistent Bedtime: Studies show young children need about eight hours of sleep each night. Work to see that this happens by maintaining a consistent bedtime, if possible.
Give to the school: It costs over $3,000 per child to provide the education we offer. Thankfully, we have a great group of donors who invest regularly in your child’s education and that of his or her classmates. We look to our parents to also give of their time, and to donate financially or by providing classroom supplies.