NEWSLETTER FOR END OF 3RD TERM 2020/2021 ACADEMIC YEAR.

 

Dear Parents/Guardians,

 

NEWS LETTER FOR END OF 3RD TERM 2020/2021 ACADEMIC YEAR.

 

We indeed appreciate the Almighty God for helping us to the end of the 2020/2021 academic session. We cannot but appreciate also the contributions and efforts of all stakeholders for their unwavering support towards accomplishing the vision and mission of the school.

 

BELOW ARE IMPORTANT DATES AND INFORMATION TO NOTE:

LIST OF BOOKS

2021/2022 LIST OF BOOKS FOR JSS1
2021/2022 LIST OF BOOKS FOR JSS2
2021/2022 LIST OF BOOKS FOR JSS3
2021/2022 LIST OF BOOKS FOR SS1
2021/2022 LIST OF BOOKS FOR SS2
2021/2022 LIST OF BOOKS FOR SS3

 

 

Resumption For 1st Term:

We wish to notify you that the resumption date for First Term 2021/2022 Academic Session has been postponed from September 3, 2021 to September 10, 2021.

 

Mid-Term Break:

Mid-term break is compulsory for all students. However, parents who want their children to stay back at school shall pay a token of ten thousand naira (N10,000.00) only for their upkeep.

 

Mid-term break for 1st term begins on Saturday October 14, to Friday October 22, 2021. Students shall return to the hostel on Saturday, October 23, 2021.

 

 

SCHOOL FEES

 

We thank all our parents for their prompt payment of fees. Fees for 1st term 2021/2022 academic year should be paid during the holidays. Remember, no student shall be allowed into the school without evidence of payment.

BELOW ARE LOGISS ACCOUNTS FOR CASH LODGEMENT:

BANK ACCOUNT NAME ACCOUNT NO
 First Bank Logos International Secondary School 2023806256
Union Bank Logos International Secondary School 0043478243
First Bank National PTA LOGISS 2024688178

PTA first term levy of N7,000.00 only is payable into the National PTA Account as stated above.

 

JSS2, Students' School Fees:

 

School Fee N40,000.00
Boarding Fee N86,580.00
Paces N6,500.00
Annual Development Levy N11,000.00
Plastic chair N2,000.00
Alkaline water N3,600.00
Barbing hair N300.00
TOTAL N149,980.00

 

JSS3 and SS3 Students' School Fees:
School Fees N 40,000.00
Boarding Fees N 86,580.00
Annual Development Levy N 11,000.00
Caution Fees N 10,000.00
Plastic chair N 2,000.00
Alkaline water N 3,600.00
Barbing hair N300.00
TOTAL N 155,480.00

 

SS1 Students' School Fees:
Boys Girls
School Fee N40,000.00 N40,000.00
Boarding Fee N86,580.00 N86,580.00
Annual Development levy N11,000.00 N11,000.00
Plastic chair N2,000.00 N2,000.00
Alkaline water N3,600.00 N3,600.00
Uniform N40,745.00 N39,277.00
Barbing hair N300.00 N300.00
TOTAL N184,225.00 N182,757.00

Note that fees for SS1 students include 2 pairs of classroom uniforms, 2 pairs of day wear, 1 pair of Sunday wear, 1 cardigan, 1 pair of sportswear, 2 long ties for boys and 1 beret for the girls.

SS2 Students' School Fees:
School Fees N40,000.00
Boarding Fee    N86,580.00
Annual Development Levy N11,000.00
Plastic chair N2,000.00
Alkaline water N3,600.00
Barbing hair N300.00
TOTAL N143,480.00

 

Partial Scholarship:

All partial scholarship students should obtain their usual evidence of renewal of the scholarship from their Diocesan pastors and submit same at the point of registration on the day of resumption.

Students Pocket Allowance:

Parents should endeavor to deposit their children/wards pocket allowance into the school account because any student found with cash shall be sanctioned.

Foot Wear:

School customized shoes and sandals are sold in the tuck-shop at the rate of N3,000.00 only. Rubber sandals are also sold there.

Students’ Uniform:

There is need to make new uniforms for those that have outgrown theirs. Note that no other types of clothes apart from the school uniforms are allowed in the school. Students who have reshaped their uniforms should loosen them or buy new sets to avoid confiscation. Homemade uniforms are not accepted. Defaulters will be sanctioned and the uniforms confiscated.

The Use of Phone and Electronic Gadgets:

Parents are advised to ensure that their wards do not return to the school with cell phones, electronic gadgets or other unauthorized items. Defaulters will be sanctioned and items confiscated.

Damages:

The Management has observed with dismay the rate at which students destroy school property, deface the wall, break the chairs and cut mattresses. In view of this development, students who are caught in any of these vices will be surcharged or made to replace those items.

Unkempt Personal Appearance:

Please, note that no student will be checked in with bushy hairs, grown fingernails, unauthorized school uniform/footwear or dirty appearance. Parents are hereby advised to ensure that their children are neat and ready for resumption.

Discipline:

Discipline is an integral part of the school system. We implore all parents to counsel their children to obey school rules as LOGISS will not compromise her stand on discipline. The school will not condole any incorrigible child. Please, go through the school code of conduct again with your wards and encourage them to be law-abiding. Defaulters will be made to face the wrath of the law.

Picking of Students at the Middle of the Term:

Parents should note that picking of students at the middle of the term for the burial of extended family members, thanksgiving service, wedding, memorial service, religious rituals such as confirmation, etc are not permitted because they cause distractions to our students. Parents are advised to arrange these programmes when the children are available at home.

Picking up Students from School by Parents Representatives:

Parents who may wish that their wards be picked up by their representatives during and after a mid-term break or any other period of vacation should indicate by forwarding an SMS to the school welfare numbers 0810 925 9410, 0806 813 9005 indicating their ward’s name, class and name of their representative who must be identified with a valid identity card.

Visiting of Students:

Consequent to the fact that LOGISS is yet to make ready a conducive environment for the visiting of her students, we appeal to our parents to be patient with us and allow the students to concentrate on their studies. The idea of distracting students during school hours or trying to scuttle the school programme by your frequent visits left nothing to be desired. We advise that parents make good use of the weekend calls to communicate with their children/wards. The school shall no longer accommodate any of such visits henceforth except on invitation. Parents shall be duly communicated when we are ready for visiting day.

EXTENSION FEES OF STUDENTS FOR EXTERNAL EXAMINATIONS:

Sequel to the change in the school external examination calendar as a result of the aftermath of the lockdown and insecurity which has affected the completion of schemes and curriculum in high schools, the WAEC, NECO and Junior NECO examinations which used to be between May/June and July, started later this year and has extended to October 1 and September 6, 2021, respectively.

Consequently, the students will remain in the school from August to October 1 and September 6, 2021, for both NECO, WAEC and Junior NECO examinations which will last for 9 and 3 weeks respectively.

Therefore, the Board of Governors has magnanimously slashed down the fees for these periods to 2/3 and 1/3 of the normal school fees value. This implies that instead of parents paying full school fees of N155, 480.00, they are now required to pay N103,650.00 (one hundred and three thousand, six hundred and fifty naira), or N51,800 (fifty-one thousand eight hundred naira) only.

 

Note that partial scholarship percentage deduction for Watchman students applies for both classes.

 

Summary

 

JSS4 Extension Fees      x N155,480 = N51,800 = Non-Watchman
     x N120,730 = N40,200 = Watchman
SS4 Extension Fees 2/3  x N155,480 = N103,650 = Non-Watchman
2/3  x N120,730 = N80,500 Watchman

 

 

Medical Report:

Presentation of a report of medical fitness is mandatory for all the students on resumption. Therefore, parents/guardians are advised to ensure that their ward(s) is(are) given medical attention before they are returned to school so that they can face their studies without distraction.

Competition:

Arinze Princess of SS3 represented the school in the 2021 edition of the National Jet Competition, senior category and emerged 1st position in Agricultural Science and 2nd position in Biology. This student won three trophies, two gold and one silver medal for the school. Consequently, the Board of Governors of LOGISS awarded her a scholarship that covers her fees for the 3rdterm and expenses for the rest of her stay in LOGISS. To God be the glory.

Infrastructural Development:

LOGISS is making rapid growth in the area of infrastructure. This has been our topmost priority, to give a facelift to our standard and quality service delivery. In her undeterred resolve to reposition LOGISS for excellence through the creation of an enabling environment, the Board of Governors has embarked on reconstruction and renovation of LOGISS new site with The State of the Art Facilities. The academic block will be relocated to the new site by September by the grace of God. This is also to fast track the approval of ‘The Rock University”.

Spiritual Development:

Raising students to be patterned after the image of the Lord is a task that cannot be accomplished by human strength. It takes God’s mercy for lives to be truly transformed and conformed to the image of God. We are therefore grateful to Him for His transforming grace at work in the lives of the students. All efforts are focused on bringing up our students in the fear of God. We have great expectations and hope that the gospel of Christ will bring more transformation in the lives of our students as we pray, teach and direct them to the saving power of God. The soul and spirit are strengthened on fellowship days. Born again students with clear testimonies are given the opportunity to preach during assemblies and function in our weekly spiritual activities.

 

 

WEEKEND CALLS:

Students receive calls from their parents ONLY on weekends except in emergencies. The following lines are for different classes and genders.

 

WEEKEND CALLS FOR JSS1

Boys: 0813 399 7083

Girls: 0810 343 7195

WEEKEND CALLS FOR JSS2

Boys: 0906 341 9933

Girls: 0806 757 6907

WEEKEND CALLS FOR JSS3

Boys: 0814 349 8670

Girls: 0906 348 1702

WEEKEND CALLS FOR SS1

Boys: 0813 257 4389

Girls: 0813 242 4204

WEEKEND CALLS FOR SS2

Boys: 0901 259 3481

Girls: 0803 798 9736

WEEKEND CALLS FOR SS3

Boys: 0813 102 8499

Girls:   0810 519 9781

 

We appeal to our parents/guardians to please adhere to these arrangements to enable us to serve you seamlessly.

 

 

International Examination:

LOGISS prepares and presents candidates for international examinations such as TOEFL, IELTS, ACT and SAT. Students that will enroll into any of the above international examinations, must score 70% and above average in their third term SS2 examination and must have a valid international passport as the only means of identification. Parents who are interested for more information should contact 07035156274or 09033786158 as registration has commenced.

 

Holiday Project/Assignment:

Every student has been given either a project or an assignment. Bringing up the students to meet up with our desired goal is a collective responsibility. In light of the above, we appeal to our parents to help in ensuring that their wards complete the projects and assignment given to them because they form part of their continuous assessment records.

 

Prize Giving Day/Graduation Ceremony:

The school shall organize a prize-giving Day/Graduation ceremony for the out-going SS3 students, staff and students who have distinguished themselves for honour. This event is

slated for Friday, October 1, 2021 by 10:00am at the school premises. We encourage our parents to make endowments for students who performed excellently well in their various subjects and morals.

 

Terminal Result:

Parents can access their wards’ results online by visiting www.logiss.org/result

The hard copy of student’s results will also be made available for collection at the school premises on resumption.

 

The Sale of Supplementary Examination Forms:

The sale of entrance examination forms into JS1, JS2 and SS1 is on at the school premises and also at all Watchman Diocesan Headquarters nationwide at the cost of seven thousand naira (N7,000.00) only. The examination will take place on August 21, 2021. Hurry now and register your ward/child.

 

Excursion:   

The Senior Secondary three (SS3) Government students shall embark on an excursion next academic year. The cost of excursion for each student is four thousand five hundred naira (N4,500.00) only. Therefore, parents of the concerned students are required to pay their fees into the school’s account.

 

CONCLUSION:

 

Wishing our students a safe trip back to their respective homes. We wish them God’s presence and protection throughout the holidays. We will be glad to receive them back to school in September 2021.

 

Shalom!

 

Anyanwu, Chinwe (Mrs)

Principal.