Three guests joined us after Spring Break: Bob, Steve, and Buzzkill. Here, Sean Philips is holding one. Yes, that’s a murder hornet, also known as the Japanese Giant Hornet. Thankfully, these deceased insects caused no harm, only fascination, with the
Spanish 1: Currently we are finishing up a unit on food words for breakfast, lunch, dinner and fruits and vegetables. The students are also learning some words for things you set on the table (cups, plates, etc.). To practice our
This week’s edition of Classroom Connection includes updates from Writers Lab, Chinese Language & Culture, Pre-Algebra, and Decompressed Algebra – Year One. Mr. Jaron Stanage – English (Writer’s L.A.B.) So far in class we have been working on building a
We are almost two months into our academic year and thought it would be fun to hear from a few of our teachers about what is happening in their classes: Dr. Doug Mangum – American History In American History, we’ve
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
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
Foundational Writing students are learning lessons about compassion and kindness as they read Wonder by R. J. Palacio.