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
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
May 2, 2020 When we were faced with the “Stay Home Stay Safe” order, we quickly adapted to video meetings and email assignments. Our teachers, students and their families have been incredibly encouraging and supportive of each others’ efforts! This
Mrs. Hadfield has been keeping all of her classes busy via Skype lessons and email and projects! Science has especially been having a fun time with stalactite experiments, identifying mystery rocks, learning about erratics, and sharing their reports on various
Foundational Writing students created a magazine on a topic of choice. Isabella Day crafted a lovely magazine she was proud to share with everyone at ZLO. Enjoy! – Mrs. Vanessa Vis
Mrs. Andres’ Spanish class has been having a fun time Skyping together for class. We are working on telling time and rooms in the house. It is fun to see how learning can continue even though we don’t meet in
This project combined some new techniques and tools. We started with a painted background, sprinkled salt for the stars and used a round sponge to remove the shape of the sun, toothbrushes to splatter paint and Q-tips with and without
Foundational Writing students are learning lessons about compassion and kindness as they read Wonder by R. J. Palacio.
UPDATE: March 12, 2020 No, it’s not an extended vacation! Laurel Church membership is, at this time, mostly older people who are the most vulnerable to the worst effects of COVID-19. Laurel Church leadership has decided to close its building