school celebrates National Lutheran Schools Week
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[MARCH 7, 2005]
Special events are
lined up this week as part of
National Lutheran Schools Week at Zion
Lutheran School in Lincoln. The 30th anniversary of the school will
be celebrated Monday with cake and balloons. A special breakfast and
chapel service for students and their families will be on Wednesday.
The school science fair is Thursday. That day the students also will
do special projects for Servanthood Day. Students have the
opportunity to dress according to the theme of each day this week,
from Beach Day to Pajama Day.
Zion is one of more than 1,000
elementary schools operated by the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod
Zion Lutheran School activities for
National Lutheran Schools Week, March 6-11:
March 6 -- Singing in church -- Students sang "The Lamb" at the 8
and 10:30 a.m. services at Zion Lutheran Church.
March 7 -- Blue and Gold Day, 30th anniversary celebration --
Students wear school colors as Zion Lutheran School celebrates 30
years of God's blessings. A birthday cake for 200 people is being
served at 12:30 p.m.
March 8 -- Beach Day -- Students are invited to wear their
favorite Hawaiian shirt, shades, hat, flip-flops.
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Wednesday, March 9 -- Dress-up Day, family breakfast and chapel --
It's a day to dress in "nice" clothes. A free family continental
breakfast will be from 7:15 to 8 a.m. Everyone is encouraged to
attend chapel at 8:20 a.m. Lutheran High School from Springfield
will present a concert at 9:15 a.m.
Thursday, March 10 -- Class Color, Servanthood Day -- Each class
will choose a color to wear for the day. Students will participate
in servant projects.
March 11 -- Pajama Day -- Students can come dressed in their
modest pajamas and slippers and will also enjoy watching a movie
on the big screen.