In Intermediate Writing, students completed Because of Winn-Dixie by Kate Camillo and created a map depicting the book’s setting. Their maps showed the influential locations noted in the book. Quotes from the book told more about each destination and their
” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] We love a good challenge in Decompressed Algebra. These awesome mathematicians are racing to answer a series of algebraic sentences that depend on them getting the previous answer correct. Then, they silently shared their
It was my turn. “Where are you going to school next year, Heidi?” my first-grade teacher asked. My school was closing for remodeling and all the students and their parents had to find another mode of education. “I’m going to
If you haven’t been upstairs yet, make the trek and view the Love of Literature bulletin board. English students posted creatively about memorable reads. Check out our titles and add to your library list. After all, Christmas break is coming;
It’s not too early to be thinking about our ZLO Christmas party. All kids who are available are welcome to join us at 1 PM in the sanctuary/study hall for a Christmas party on December 14. From 1-2 we invite
On Friday, December 15th, at 6:00 pm, the State of Washington is hosting a Christmas Party for foster kids and their caregivers at Christ the King in Bellingham. We have been given the opportunity to run the craft center. The
Meg is 10 years old and the youngest of 7 children in her family. “All of my brothers and sisters have taken (or are taking) classes at ZLO,” she writes. When she isn’t occupied with academics, Meg has several pastimes.
UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who has signed up to help on Tuesday! Deanna Kangas will be emailing a reminder to each of you this weekend. A sign-up sheet will be on the information table just outside Study Hall, and
By Vanessa Vis English and History Teacher at ZLO Gratitude and respect. These swelled in my heart after helping my mom sort through homeschooling supplies. Each curriculum set, workbook, documentation represented hours of labor – No, not labor, rather, love!
Math students drill multiplication facts with a variation of the card game War. If you would like to know the rules for this simple game, then ask any student in this photo. In the photo below, which pair of cards