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
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.
From our Director, Molly Crocker: We have a few staff changes for the upcoming year that we need to share with you: Although she will be missed greatly, we rejoice that Vanessa Vis can join the ranks of women blessed
How did the first week at ZLO go? Well, we decided to ask the teachers this time! They were told to describe the week in one word, and here’s what they said: Joyful · Delightful · ¡increible! · Refreshing ·
Maintaining any type of organization requires the combined effort of multiple people with unique talents. There are many moving parts and each role is important. Having the right people in the right place allows everyone to do their best and
February happens to be the month the Geography class studies the continent of Asia. As part of our learning about the vastly different culture the east has from the west, we wanted to experience some of the foods of Asia.
Amazon Smile is one more way that you can support Zacchaeus Learning Opportunities while you shop for your Valentine(s) this year! Here are a few details of how Amazon Smile gives back to our non-profit organization: Amazon will donate 0.5%
From the August 29 newsletter: You’re invited to come on Thursday, September 1, 9 AM to noon, to familiarize yourself with the building we’ll be using this fall. Teachers will be setting up instructional materials. There will not be an
First I’d like to give a big thanks to all the folks who helped get us all moved from the old facility over to the new facility. Many hands definitely made light work! Second, we should also remember to be
From the August 29 newsletter: LCBC is a busier building than we are used to. Supervision of our kids will be of greater importance, as will our conscientious use of their building, always leaving it nicer than we found it,