May 9, 2024

Hot Lunch – Chicken noodle casserole, rolls, and cookies – $5

Hot lunch is served every Wednesday for grades K-8. While the hot lunch coordinator, Jamie Collyard, serves most lunches throughout the year, she always welcomes parent volunteers to either help with the lunch or sign up to prepare and serve a hot lunch themselves. If you are interested one way or the other, please contact Jamie at

Upcoming Events thru the end of the school year:

May 10 – No School

May 13 – Chipotle Night

May 15-17- Grades 6-8 Class Trip 

May 24- End of the School Year- Fun Games, Graduation, and Picnic

There is no school this Friday, May 10.  Enjoy the break!

A HUGE “THANK YOU” from the teachers and staff for all the love, gifts, and support you have given throughout the year and especially during Teacher Appreciation Week!  We love and appreciate all of you and the children you have brought to us to partner with you in providing a Christian education.  May God continue to bless and keep us all!

The Zion LS School Support Committee (SSC) would like to thank the parents for their outstanding  participation in Teacher Appreciation week.  They couldn’t have done it without you!

Chipotle Night for Zion is on Monday, May 13, from 4:00-8:00pm.  25% of the sales are returned to our school. Only at the 3170 S Wadsworth Blvd, Lakewood, CO 80227 location (just south on Wadsworth from Zion, east side of the road). ORDER ONLINE FOR PICKUP USING CODE 6KJMVAN OR SHOW THIS FLYER IN RESTAURANT.

On Wednesday, May 1, an email from our tuition management company, TADS, should have arrived in your email inbox. Zion offers three payment options through TADS. If you would like to pay in full sometime in the month of May, you will receive a 10% discount. You can also choose two equal payments, the first is due in August (first half of the tuition amount) and second payment would be due in January (second half of the balance due). The third option is to make payments; first payment is due in August and the last payment is due in May. 

Several families have applied for financial aid. Most of those awards should be known by the month of June. If you are participating in the UPK (Universal Preschool Program), you should receive a notification sometime in early Summer. When the award letters and or notification from the UPK program reaches Zion LS, your TADS account will be credited by the amount of the award as soon as possible. If you have any questions or need help navigating the TADS system, please reach out to Anne Saggau in the school office at or by phone at 303.985.2334.

Zion’s Vacation Bible school for kids 3-11 years old is open for registration! VBSl is the week of June 10-13. Please scan the QR Code to the left to register or click on the following link.

The last day to check out books from the school library was this week on Monday. All checked out books are due back to the library next Monday, May 13 . If you have any questions, please contact our school librarian, Mrs. Kathy Reeser, at

Our Mission Offering last week was $37.00, and our total is $438.50.  Our offering for the second semester will support mission work in China. Please keep the work of missionaries and Christians there in your prayers.

In case you would like to watch the performance of Imagine a Dragon you can find it on the following links:  

3:30 Performance-

5:00 Performance-

Did you know that you can access the Friday memo on our website? Go to and click the resources tab, scroll down to the bottom right of the page. Click on any memo to take you to the current memo for the week.  All memos are archived there in one convenient location. 

Registration for Rocky Mountain Christian Camp 2024, July 13-20, is now open.  You may register by going to the camp website and clicking on the link for registration.

A  link on Parenting topics for you to explore each week comes from our WELS magazine- Forward in Christ.  Please check it out.  There will be a variety of material including articles and podcasts.  Here is this week’s link about, “Volunteering as a Family.”

Family Devotion Time is such a blessing not only for children , but also parents.  Here is a link to family devotions that are published 3 times a week.  On this page, you can also choose to have them delivered to your email account.  (This can be a great reminder for doing these on a regular basis.)  May God bless your time spent in devotions together!


Show and Tell:

Wednesday 5/22 – Frankie

Our next and final color day of the school year will be on Wednesday, May 15. The color of the month is yellow! Please remind your kiddo to wear something yellow and bring along a yellow-themed show and tell. There will be a special snack provided. 

On Friday, May 24, we will be having a joint PK, K, and 8th grade graduation ceremony. There will be NO regular preschool sessions this day. You are invited to come and see your child graduate up in the church at 10:30am. (All students will be receiving a diploma even if they are returning to PK next school year). Please arrive to school about 10-15 minutes early so students may get lined up and ready in plenty of time. You will drop your child off in the classroom and proceed to find a seat up in the church. After the brief ceremony, you are all invited for an end-of-the-year school picnic outside to celebrate the last day of school! If you have any further questions, please contact Mrs. Monday.

Here is a link for registering for UPK-

UPK Program

Mrs. Monday-



Monday 5/13 – Grant

Tuesday 5/14 – Rylee

Wednesday 5/15 – Rafael

Thursday 5/16 – Gracelynn

Friday 5/17 – Raelynn

Please send a white t-shirt to school no later than Monday, May 13th!!!!!

Please see the website for more information.

Mrs. Hoover-


Attention Parents!  We need drivers/chaperones for a field trip on Monday, May 20.  Please read the information that was sent home with your child today and return your form and money if you are able to attend.  Thank you for your consideration! 

Mrs. Merklinger


Mr. Monday- 

Vicar Husi

6TH – 8TH GRADE-  

Our Class trip is Wednesday through Friday next week.  Those students not going on the trip will be excused from classes.

Mr. Schaefer