Welcome to Zion's School News Home Page!
Our school theme for 2016-2017
Live as a Child of the One True King!
See what great love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And that is what we are! I John 3:1
Click below to view the song on YouTube
Link to e'Funds for Schools: https://eps.mvpbanking.com/cgi-bin/efs/login.pl?access=56103
February 26 - German Dinner
Lutheran School's Week
March 5 - Kids sing at church, Amazing Race @Zion at 1pm
March 7 - Dow STEM activities grades 1-8
March 9 - Spring Musical Performance @7pm at Theater
March 10 - Spring Musical @10am, Grandparent's Day & Early Release
March 31 - Early Release
April 3-7 - No School Spring Break
Zion PTL Notes
German Dinner February 26
Amazing Race - March 5 @1pm
Parents substitute as the Teachers for half Day March 31
Auction Dinner with Live & Silent Auction - April 29 @5pm
End of the year Picnic - June 6th @4:30pm at Zion
Summer Food Service Program Outreach meals are available. Please go to: http://www.mcgi.state.mi.us/schoolnutrition/
for a list of sites providing summer meals.
The Gaga Ball Pit, Playhouse/Treehouse, the swing set and the merry-go-round are being used well. 4 Square and Hopscotch have also been painted on the cement. 2 New Soccer goals are now assembled and ready for use in the corner lot. The new playground structures are also installed and they are amazing!
Thank you to all who have been donating their time to build these items for us and set them up in our new playground area. We are blessed at Zion to have so many helpful and talented people ready to lend a hand to give our school this great new playground. Thank you!
A big "Thank You" to all of you who contribute to our Box Tops program. Box Tops pays out twice a year. Please continue to send in all the Box Tops. Ask neighbors, friends and relatives to save these items for Zion Lutheran School. We are thankful for all your effort to help our school.
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