Zinser Elementary News
May 20

Zinser Elementary News May 20

05/20/22

End Of The Year Medication Pick up
If your child has medication in the office please pick them up by the last day of school, June 3. Any medication left will be disposed of. Please Contact Nurse Courtney Ellens with any questions at 616-453-2461 ext 4340

FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS FUNDRAISER
This year Zinser Family Council and Watch Dogs are having a food booth in downtown GR at Festival of the Arts. June 2nd-5th. This is a new and big fundraiser for Zinser, but we need lots of volunteers to do it. We need volunteers to do a variety of jobs for cashiers, cook, food prep, serving, etc. Please follow this link to view the available slots and sign up. Thank you in advance for signing up and helping to make this a huge success.

2022 FIELD DAY
Field Day 2022 will be Thursday, May 26th at our High School Athletic Complex. We need YOU to be successful. Lunch will be provided. Sign Up Here!

BACKGROUND CHECK FORMS.
The process for submitting a background check form has recently changed. If you need to fill out a form for an upcoming event you MUST stop in our office between 8 am and 4 pm to fill the Background Check Form out in person.

THIS WEEK’S SHOWCASE
Congratulations to our 2022 Girls on the Run 3rd, 4th, and 5th-grade team. The girls have been working hard all season and will run in the Celebration 5K Saturday morning at Calder Plaza. Girls on the Run is so much fun! All we want to do is run, run, run!

Uganda Art Project
The goal is for the students to sell their art for at least $10. The money can be turned in to their classroom teachers. The money will be used to purchase a water tank for a school in Uganda. We are collecting until May 27th.

Paint Kenowa Green
Paint Kenowa Green is a way to bring awareness and normalize the need to talk about and practice techniques that lead to positive mental health. May is also Mental Health Awareness Month. Zinser will have decorations and opportunities for students as well as staff to participate.

Meet our Mental Health Team @ Zinser Elementary
Julie Hughes: Kindergarten Teacher
Tara Follett: PBIS Paraprofessional
Ashley Anderson: Child Behavior Specialist
Conor Dahlquist: School Psychologist
Camille Sleboda: Social Worker
Courtney Anderson: Registered Nurse

Throughout the year our team has taught age-appropriate lessons that tie mental health in with our True Success themes. Our goal is to reduce stigma and provide skills to manage tough emotions.


EDUCATION INSPIRED BY EACH LEARNER
KEEPING
STUDENTS SAFE

Nothing is more precious than your children. Find out how we work to ensure students feel safe, valued, and that they belong.

Safety and Security Commitment to Anti-Bullying Creating Inclusive Environments Safety Drills
FOR YOUR
CONVENIENCE

Life is busy. At Kenowa Hills, we partner with families to make life easier.

TRANSPORTATION BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE
EDUCATION
REDEFINED

Our Personal Mastery educational experience has redefined education and has gained attention around the state and nation. Personal Mastery provides your child with personalized attention from teachers. Instead of teaching to a broad group of students without understanding of their individual strengths and weaknesses, Personal Mastery allows teachers to interact with students individually or in small groups to help them better address their weaknesses. In this way, we strive to help your child reach their full potential.

PERSONAL MASTERY SPECIAL EDUCATION ENGLISH LEARNERS TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM
KNIGHT PRIDE
ATHLETICS

At the home of the Knights, athletic programs are a vital part of building character, drive, commitment, and teamwork for our student athletes.

UP-TO-DATE SPORTS INFO ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT YOUTH SPORTS Athletic Boosters
IT'S A WORK
OF ART

The arts build pride and community at Kenowa Hills. From our Marching Knights to musical performances at our Performing Arts Center, we believe the student experience really is a work of art.

FINE ART PROGRAMS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
Join us in our effort to STRIVE FOR LESS THAN FIVE
Absences Every School Year