Hi ZLO families, If you are on social media (Facebook or Instagram) we sure could use your help to spread the word about ZLO. Please share our posts, especially as we are seeking to fill a science teacher position. We’ve
This year, our Open House was done a little differently. Each class came up with a creative way to share what they studied this year, and a ZLO student crafted their submissions in this video for you to enjoy and
Park Days are back for Summer 2021! Kids, Parents, Staff Welcome! July Dates: Please let us know what dates work for your family this month. We will try to choose the one Tuesday AND one Thursday that work for most.
Hello parents, Our last day of school is quickly approaching and we are planning a fun morning. Here is some information that will help in your own planning. June 8 – Pajama Day! Also, our last academic day.
We will be opening registration at the end of this next week for 2021-2022 classes. We are still putting the finishing touches on our schedule and will send that out in our newsletter as soon as it becomes available. We
There aren’t many days on the calendar that point the general public to the amazing world of math, but March 13 is one! At ZLO, Pi Day was celebrated in a variety of ways by the math teachers, but always
It’s not often we have a dollhouse in our study hall but we did this week when Mrs. Likkel brought in one of her most cherished possessions to share with her Beyond the Basics class. The house is mentioned in
We’ve now finished two full weeks, plus a day, of in-person learning, and things are going smoothly! Here are just a few more glimpses of what is happening inside the classrooms: Chinese Language & Culture with Mrs. Naomi Wilkes It
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
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