The Logic School
BOOK DROP OFF AND LOCKER CLEAN OUT SCHEDULE
To navigate students through the building in a safe social distancing format, we will have a tight protocol. Students will be invited to come in on a specific day/time to control the number of students moving through the locker hallway.
We will only allow 6 students into the locker hallway at a time.
A distance of more than 6 feet per student will be strictly enforced.
Students will enter the Logic deck to drop off books in the appropriate classroom. Please have your student bring ALL SCHOOL OWNED TEXTBOOKS at this time:
- 6th--History, Math, Atlas, Well-Ordered Language Book 3B, Science books,
- 7th--Latin, Math, Science, and Humanities books
- 8th--Latin, Math, Science, Music Appreciation (if applicable) books
Students should also bring any Covenant library books for return.
Students will then access their hall locker to clear all items, discard garbage/recycling materials & take home personal items. Please BRING YOUR OWN BAG.
Students will need to pick up summer reading and any artwork they have completed in art class.
Students will then return to the parking lot to meet parents.
Sorry parents: to minimize exposure for you, and for other students, we are asking you to wait in the parking lot.
Dates and times for locker cleanout: Please only attend on the day and time indicated by last name!
Logic School, Wednesday, May 20
10 AM - 11 AM 6th Grade A-L
11 AM - 12 PM 6th Grade M-Z
1 PM - 2 PM 7th Grade A-L
2 PM - 3 PM 7th Grade M-Z
3 PM - 4 PM 8th Grade A-L
4 PM - 5 PM 8th Grade M-Z
The Logic School serves students in Grades 6 through 8. It is the second stage of the Trivium. It focuses on enhancing a student’s ability to think and reason.
As any parent can confirm, middle school-aged students are prone to challenge authority. However, their arguments are not always rational.
Our teachers expertly guide this impulse towards a better end. In The Logic School, students acquire the skill to argue well. Lively classroom discussions thrive on the very meaning of terms and the veracity of claims. Exercising reason and imagination in real-time, students sharpen their sensitivity to invalid arguments and learn to build valid ones.
By the conclusion of Logic School, students are beginning to understand that truth in all of its forms should not – and cannot – be acquired passively. Equipped with these new skills and insights and supported by the sturdy foundation established in the Grammar School, each student leaves the Logic School prepared for the demands (and great fun) of the Rhetoric School.