Founded in 1861
Zion Lutheran School provides a Christ centered approach to education. This education nurtures the child’s faith, equipping him/her to use and share that faith on a daily basis. Our Vision: That every child knows Jesus as his/her personal Savior.
LION’S ROAR Zion Lutheran School’s Monthly Newsletter - October 2015
6/7 Vision & Hearing Screening 7 Dine & Shop at Eckert’s today – shop 8 a.m.-8p.m. or eat at the restaurant 7a.m.-9p.m. 12 NO SCHOOL COLUMBUS DAY 16 NO SCHOOL CID/SID TEACHERS CONFERENCE. 19 Picture Day 8 a.m. – noon. 22
Early Dismissal 1:15, Parent Teacher Conference
NO SCHOOL Parent Teacher Conference Student Council sponsored Fall Dance in the gym.
Student Council sponsored “Pink Day”. Wear pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Day.
During the 2015-16 school year, our weekly chapel services will take place on Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m. in the church sanctuary. Parents and families are welcome to join us! CHAPEL LEADERS: 7 – Mrs. Hasstedt 14 – Mrs. Hasstedt 21 – Pastor Downs 28 – Intermediate POD There are just two weeks left to give to CCLS-Uganda mission
“Shine Your Light”
“Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.” Matthew 5:16.
This month’s student character focus is “Shining Light”. We are asking our students to reflect on how brightly their light shines in their classrooms and in our school. If I may be so bold, I want to pose the same questions to you: HOW brightly does your light shine in your family, in your workplace, and with your friends? WHY is it so important that it does?
Think through this with me for a moment - What does a light do? It shows the way. It brings things out that were once hidden. It diminishes fear of the unknown. If we are to shine our light for these purposes, where is that light going to come from? Jesus calls Himself “the light of the world”, John called him, “the light that shines in the darkness”, and the Bible teaches that, “When we walk in the light as He is in the light, we have fellowship with one another.” If I am reading the Word, taking time for prayer and worship then He will walk with me in the light, and He will shine through in my words, actions, attitude, love, compassion, and forgiveness. And why is this so important? The more I sing, “This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine”, and the louder I sing it, the more people will hear it. My responsibility as a follower of Jesus is to live a life so transformed by the Word and the presence of Christ that everyone can see His light reflected in me. But shining His light isn’t about me; it’s about showing others the love of Christ that their lives may be transformed as well, that Christ may bring them out of their darkness and into His marvelous light. It is so important because lives are at stake. Eternity is at stake. I want to encourage you to brighten your light in this dark world and partner with ZLS this month in showing our students how to shine for Christ. In His Service, Mrs. Baron, Principal
CHOIR & WORSHIP
Oct. 18 - Advanced Choir sings at 10:45 a.m. worship service.
3 – Helen Myers – church secretary 4 – Cathy Berry – Kindergarten teacher 8 – Sandi Rust - church secretary 12 – Julie Combs – preschool aide 15 – Mae Scott – Computers 25 – Rene Owens – Cook 27 – Erica Stelling – Marketing & Admissions 28 – Dave Bennett – Custodian 29 – Lisa Peters – Lunchroom Monitor 30 – Linda Moeller – church secretary
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