Logos Christian Program
The Logos Christian Program is an alternative program for students in kindergarten to Grade 9, integrated within a public-school setting. The vision of the program is building Christian community with the community. We have the goal of insulating our kids without isolating them.
- We are integrated.
- We are non-denominational.
- We are Wholistic (Mind, body and spirit).
Students in the Logos Christian Program are taught from a Christian perspective by Christian teachers in their core classes. This is a continuation from the program at Brentwood Elementary, however, entry is open to new students. In addition to regular classes, there are some special events. Examples of events that have been part of the program in the past include See you at the Pole in September, regular chapels including Christmas and Easter, Lunchtime Bible Club, and a Logos Retreat.
The Purpose Statement
Our children’s learning environment will enhance their understanding of God’s love and His Word. Teachers and administrators will receive our support through prayer, fundraising, and volunteer work. Our schools and communities will be positively impacted by the presence of the Logos program.
What does the word Logos mean?
Logos is a Greek word meaning “The Word.” It comes from the verse, In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. ~John 1:1-2
For more information on the Logos program please visit http://www.elkislandlogos.ca/
The Elk Island Logos Society exists to serve schools, parents, and community members who support the Purpose and Principles of the Logos Christian Program.
The Elk Island Logos Society maintains an important and positive working relationship with Elk Island Public Schools. The Society is involved in the following areas on an ongoing basis: advisory role to Elk Island Public Schools, marketing and community awareness activities, communications, and developing a Christian ethos in our community.
Please feel free to join us as we meet regularly as the Logos Society. Parents, guardians, teachers are in attendance. Meetings are open to the public but may end in an “in camera” session open to Executive Members only. Minutes, reports and agendas will be posted on the Logos Society website as they become available.
(Note: all meetings run from 7:00 p.m. to approximately 8:30 p.m.)
September 10, 2023, at Brentwood Elementary School Library
October 10, 2023, at Sherwood Heights Junior High School Library
November 14, 2023, at Brentwood Elementary School Library
January 9, 2024, at Sherwood Heights Junior High School Library
March 12, 2024, at Brentwood Elementary School Library
May 14, 2024, at Sherwood Heights Junior High School Library
June 11, 2024, Annual General Meeting at Brentwood Elementary School Library
Hello Sherwood Heights Logos Families!
My name is Kristen Mast, and I am the Sherwood Heights School Representative for the Logos Society. My role is designed to be a liaison between families, administrators, parent council and the Logos Society board. I am here to answer any questions you may have regarding the Logos Program.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Logos Society Sherwood Heights School Representative