The Pre Algebra class started the year with color! What better way to review fractions than with skittles? Each student had a bag of skittles. They counted the individual colors and the total of skittles in the bag. Their next
Thank you all for your patience and grace as we worked through many hurdles and last minute obstacles to getting this academic year off the ground! With your help and encouragement, classes are underway! What have our teachers said so
Registration for Intermediate English (Grades 3/4), and Foundational Writing (Grades 5/6) remains open through the end of September. If you know of a family who could use support in these subjects, please encourage them to look into English at ZLO
Welcome Christine Blankenship! A homeschooling mom herself, our newest ZLO staff member will teach decompressed algebra. Christine has years of experience as a paraeducator, speech coach and a variety of other teaching opportunities within the church and community. A lover of
Let’s give a warm ZLO welcome to our newest staff member, Jaron Stanage! We are blessed to have Mr. Stanage teach our elementary English classes. He comes highly recommended as someone who is engaging, calm, creative and fun. His range
Thank you to the families who have already registered their kids for classes. If you are planning to have your child(ren) attend classes, but have not registered yet, we encourage you to do that very soon to avoid late registration
We are sad to accept the resignation of Laurie Charleston from our faculty. Mrs. Charleston has been part of ZLO perhaps since 1999, when a daughter was attending. She began teaching art when another of our art instructors had to step away quite suddenly.
ZLO is happy to announce the addition of Kimberlee Terry and Jill Roderick to our faculty. Mrs. Terry’s degree is in Math Education from Bryan College in Tennessee. Since then she has taught in several schools, including one in Kenya.
Art students were asked to create a scene using crayons. The crayons were hot glued to the canvas and students used heat guns to melt them, then moved, spattered, and blended them to make the desired effect.
Submitted by Mrs. Andres in May 2020 What does Spanish 1 look like during the Coronovirus? I am currently using zoom to meet with my students on our regular class days and at the same time, Tuesdays and Thursdays at