What’s happening at Zion

  • Two soccer teams with kids from 5th-8th grades are playing their season against local Lutheran Schools. Their home field is at Lutheran High.
  • Four volleyball teams made up of girls from 5th – 8th grades are playing their seasons. Games and tournaments fill the schedule.
  • Cross Country continues to practice and run well in meets. Kids from 1st – 8th grades make up this team.
  • Student Council meets once per week. 6th – 8th graders are getting ready for Red Ribbon Week and will plan the winter dance soon.
  • A group of 7th and 8th graders are meeting twice a month to learn drama and acting skills. The group is co-led by former Zion student now in high school.
  • Trunk or Treat is just around the corner on Friday, October 12. An early childhood event will take place as well as the usual event with food trucks and bounce houses in the church parking lot.
  • The Bobcat Shuffle, a 5K or mile walk/run, takes place on October 27th at Legacy Park in Cottleville.
  • PTL sponsored a parent education night on bullying, cyberbullying and issues concerning kids today. The speaker then spoke with the 6th -8th  graders the next day during school.  The program was very well received.
  • Accreditation self-study continues with surveys sent home to parents last weekend. Many more questions will be answered by faculty and staff in the coming months.
  • Kids hear of God’s love, forgiveness and Bible stories each and every day!!