The board of ZLO has accepted the resignation of Mrs. Molly Crocker. Twenty five years ago Mrs. Crocker began ZLO with a few students who needed a math class. From that humble beginning, it grew to include a larger location,
Where does the ZLO money go? I’m not asked this question often. I think people believe that because we’re a Christian organization that the money spent on ZLO classes can be trusted to be spent well. With the guidance of
For some years, now, I’ve had serious doubts about the investment return of 4-year university. I’ve been telling students and their families who want to go to college to NOT DO IT if it can’t be done without student loans.
UPDATE: ZLO Parents – We need you for our “Information Night!” PLEASE, if you are available, we would really appreciate your attendance. We would like some parents with experience with ZLO to be available for questions from potentially new families.
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
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,
From the May 30 newsletter: CAREER EXPLORATIONS Welcome aboard, Shana Curd, who has recently moved into the area from greater Bellevue, where she helped found and run a couple of homeschool co-ops. Mrs. Curd has a detailed proposal for a Career