Prospective parents and students are invited to attend a weekly orientation. Click here for more information.
The next day, students are assigned a teacher (called an Educational Specialist - ES). Requests for a specific ES will be honored if possible. The ES contacts the family for an initial meeting. During this meeting, the ES shares transcript information gathered from previous school if any, assesses the student's learning styles, gets to know the family and student and begins goal setting and developing your child's personalized learning program. Curriculum for core subjects (reading, writing, math, science, social science and technology) is established first, and then electives are added. During subsequent meetings, the teaching team of the ES, parent, and student will discuss/revise/fine tune academic and personal goals, and review the school's expectations for student learning, and testing requirements. Our goal is for all students to earn an Oregon state diploma.
Logos Charter School's Beliefs
Parent's or Guardian's Commitment
The parent's role at Logos is an important component of student success. Parents are expected to ensure your student’s work is completed on time, meet with your Educational Specialist regularly, and be on time for appointments. The time spent teaching your student depends on a variety of factors, including age of the student, student's academic ability and degree of independence, number of other children in the family, and more. Parents act as a positive role model for your student to show him that education is important to you by holding high expectations and working as a team with their ES.
What does my day look like??
"Doing the ordinary extraordinarily well."