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On this page, you will find resources to stay connected with the most updated school information to assist you through the school year. 

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  • upcoming events

    June 8          Summer Day Camp Starts


    July 3           No School (4th of July)


    August 17     First Day of 2020-2021 School Year

                         8:15-11:45 (First day of school is an early dismissal/SAC Hourly)

    August 26    Back to School Night at 6:00 PM



  • Covid-19

    COVID-19_Frequently_Asked_Questions_1_.pdfZion Lutheran School has implanted web-based learning. Kindergarten – 8th grade will have access to class material, lessons, assignment, etc.  We know that virtual learning is a different way of thinking about elementary education, but it is an important way that we can plan for any interruption to classroom instruction so that students do not miss out on valuable learning opportunities. We know our Lord has a plan and that it is perfect. We see potential challenges ahead as blessings and opportunities to learn and grow as His people. Here is a link from our Pacific Southwest District, which has great resources regarding this pandemic psd-lcms.org/coronavirus.

    Continue to watch for updates from the school and from your classroom teacher. Questions and/or concerns can be directed to the administrative team. Please pray for all those affected by the virus and pray for Zion Lutheran School as we navigate these times. We will do the same for you and your family.

     

    Blessings, 

    Mrs. Lyles

    Elyles@zionanaheim.org





    COVID-19

    FAQ:


    Q: What are the plans for re-opening the K-8 school campus?

    A: Zion Lutheran School's most up-to-date plans for the upcoming school year can be found here: COVID Planning July 21, 2020. At this time we are hopeful that we will obtain permission from OC Health to open for full-time instruction in Fall 2020. However, we are simultaneously planning for remote and blended learning opportunities so that we can serve all students according to their needs. In the event that Orange County schools are not able to open in Fall 2020, we will offer continuous child care services through our ECEC and SAC programs.

     

    Q: The CDC lists three risk levels for schools ("lowest", "more", and "highest" CDC Considerations for Schools). What "risk level" will Zion take?

    A: Zion plans to reopen in-person instruction on campus, with modifications. By the CDC's definition, this is a "more risk" environment. The only way to be "lowest risk" is to only offer remote instruction. We know that we have students and families in our school community that are medically vulnerable and need to be in a "lowest risk" environment. We want to continue to serve you and we are working on solutions for offering a "lowest risk" option for families that have a medical necessity.


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