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
REMINDER: Our next PTO meeting is coming up this Tuesday, March 10, at 7:00 pm. Meeting will be held at the home of Dave and Deanna Kangas. Please email Deanna for address and directions. Topics will include our upcoming Information
Kids Helping Kids We are still collecting! Through March 31, 2020, ZLO Staff & Families will be collecting specific food items for Open Hands, an outreach ministry of Calvary Creekside. Their mission states, “Open Hands exists to eliminate hunger among
There are many ways to help ZLO raise funds without spending any extra dollars or knocking on doors. If you already shop at the following businesses, you can have a percentage of your sales total donated to Zacchaeus Learning Opportunities
In Spanish class we did papel picado, a classic Mexican craft for Dia del Amor y Amistad (Valentine’s Day.) Papel picado is similar to making snowflakes in that you fold paper (in this case, tissue paper), and cut out different
When I’m not at ZLO, I’m probably working at my job at Lexham Press, part of Faithlife Corporation. Faithlife makes Logos Bible Software and other digital tools to serve the Church, but we also publish books and magazines in print.
In Spanish class we learned how to say the months, seasons, articles of clothing, and weather in the Spanish language. The students put all of it together and did a seasons project that included the weather for the season they