Zion Trivia Night
March 9th, 2019 at Concordia Hall
Zion PTL will host their annual trivia night next Saturday, March 9th,
at 7:00 pm at Concordia Hall in Staunton. Doors will open at 6:00 pm.
Teams of six to eight people may enter. Entry fee is $15.00 per
person which includes admission and unlimited soft drinks and bottled
water throughout the evening.
For questions or to reserve your table,
please call or email Jessica Meade (635-3060 or firstname.lastname@example.org
). Get your friends and family together, gather up your
favorite snacks, and get ready for a fun evening of trivia! We hope to
see you and your team at Zion’s trivia night!
From the Desk of the Prinicpal
Happy weekend to everyone! The C-Team Tournament is
underway. Come on out and watch some basketball this weekend!
OK... Let's Talk...
I am not writing this to public shame, but I do need to bring something to
your attention. It is a safety concern and we are exploring ways to
address it. As I mentioned in an earlier newsletter, please do not pull up
to the front door of the school using the sidewalk/driveway. This week, on
our nice 57 degree day, I was sitting in my truck and watching everything
unfold. I love watching drop-off from my truck or "quiet-place," as I call
it. A vehicle whipped onto the sidewalk and drove up to the front
door. The parent, seemingly hurried, unloaded and hustled into the
building. Just as quick as they entered, the driver scurried back to the
vehicle, put it in reverse, whipped out onto the road and drove off. To add
fury to my frustration, they also did not stop at the T-intersection of
Here is what my mind pictured while I watched that:
The beautiful weather inspired one of our in-town students to ride a bike to
school. They parked their bike where they should at the racks on the East
side of the building and continued to the front door. Just as they come
around the Northeast corner of the building, that driver was whipping
backwards down the sidewalk. You know what else I pictured? Thankfully,
it didn't happen.
Please be careful. Only those drivers with special permission can use the
sidewalk. If you don't know if you have special permission, then you don't
A photo of the incident can be
seen at the [top] so everyone
knows where I am talking
about. I've erased the vehicle,
driver, and student because as I
said earlier, this is for public
awareness, not shaming.
Have a safe weekend!