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.
Old age sticks poem Travis Roderick Freshman English – Mrs. Likkel 3 / 29 / 15 bad grammar mock’s me when i Doesn’t use words good When I don’t spell korrectly Or when i accidentally misspel a word, and
Mission Trip to GUATEMALA coming APRIL 2016 It’s time to start planning on next Year and what we can learn at ZLO and do in the World! One opportunity will be to go to Guatemala and work with the Pokomchi
Imagine a place where people are ignored and almost literally trampled into the ground. Or, a place where people freeze on the streets while others pass by doing nothing. Who could live with such harsh treatment and conditions? The poor
Essay written for Beyond the Basics English Class. Why People Need Jesus Our world is filled with people who are misunderstood, and treated badly just because of stupid stereotypes and prejudices. Looking through my “Christian eyeballs” I don’t see these
Student Abbey Clarke offers advice on getting through the school year. read here: Blog post Clarke This blog entry was originally posted on our previous website, on an earlier date. (~2015-Feb 2016)
“Why do we need social studies, when we won’t use it on a daily basis? Good question. Consider, do we want our children to be cogs in the grind of daily life or actively impact their environment?” Vanessa Vis asks
“Grateful for a fine summer day and the wonderful friends my children have made at ZLO. The parents I’ve met are delightful folks who are all deeply invested in their children’s spiritual, educational and emotional well being.” – Kristin Uhrig