We will begin face to face instruction on August 25th with a half day of school. Zion will follow the State of Michigan’s Roadmap to Safe Schools. In place is a rigorous face to face and distance learning plans in place for the 2020/2021 school year.
“Music for Little Mozarts” is being offered to students ages 3 through 6 years old. This will be a 10 week session for $110 including materials. We are also offering a group piano lessons for ages 7 – 12 years old, cost is $20 per lesson. Contact Mrs. Upton if you are interested.
Follow the directions to make FastDirect Payments to Zion Lutheran School. If you have any questions contact us and we can help you with setting up your payments on Fast Direct.
Join us at Zion School on February 8th for “Share the Warmth.” Help us make fleece blankets to send with children in crisis. Dinner will be served at 6:00 pm with blanket tying starting at 6:30 pm. Help share the love of Christ one blanket at a time.
Our Chapel Service project for Spring 2020 will be Hearts for Jesus, which is part of “Gifts for all God’s Children.” Lutheran Elementary Schools in Michigan have gathered their February chapel offerings and designated them for a ministry selected by Michigan District.
We will be participating in Operation Shoebox this year again. The Principal’s Challenge is to collect items for 125 boxes and $100 for shipping. Mrs. Glumm will get a water balloon shower if the goal is met. The shoeboxes will be filled with small toys, clothing items, and personal items, such as dolls, balls, stuffed animals, combs, hairbrush, toothbrush, wash cloth, bar soap, shirts, pants, underwear, socks and more. A detailed list is available at the school office and at the Welcome Center at church. A personal note and photo can also be included. We …
Our second quarter offerings are designated to Heifer International. We are working hard toward a goal to raise money for the following animals: Goat Alpaca Rabbits Honeybees A flock of Ducks Pig Water Buffalo Our first and second grade classes have made animal cans to collect loose change on a daily basis to further help the cause. These cans are located in the classrooms. Heifer International works with communities to increase income, improve child nutrition, care for the Earth, and ultimately end world hunger and poverty.