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Dr.  Vohn  Enloe
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Principal's Corner

Spring 2018

I hope that everyone thoroughly enjoyed their Christmas Vacation and are ready to roll into the New Year!

It is still early into our second semester here at Zion Chapel, so I encourage our students to continue working hard in their classes to master standards and to earn their credits.  I also encourage our students to continue to follow the school rules, paying special attention to the dress code as we have warmer weather approaching in the spring.

 In the next few weeks, we at Zion Chapel School will observe several testing windows. Third nine weeks exams will be held in early March. This spring, students will participate in several tests as part of the state testing program.  Seniors will take the ACT WorkKeys Test in January and the Scantron Performance Series will be given to 3rd-8th grade students several times throughout the semester.  All Juniors will take the ACT with writing in April. Students involved in these exams will receive more information closer to the exam dates.

I would like to take this opportunity to stress the importance of school attendance. It is important that our students be in school every day. However, it is particularly important that students attend school during these state exams.  Please check the calendar for the dates of these exams. As the specific dates are set, the school calendar will be updated. I ask that you please not schedule appointments on your child’s exam dates.

Basketball season will soon be winding down, and I am looking forward to seeing our Rebels and Lady Rebels represent Zion Chapel in the area tournament in early February. As basketball season ends, baseball and softball season will be ramping up. The baseball and softball teams will play full schedules, and I anticipate good things from the young men and young women on these teams.

In the spring, our FFA, FCCLA, and FBLA organizations compete in various career-technical competitions. This is a great opportunity for the students involved to learn additional skills in specific areas (such as forestry, public speaking, parliamentary procedure, etc.) and to demonstrate their knowledge competitively. FFA, FCCLA, and FBLA students have represented Zion Chapel well in the past, and I am excited to see what these students will accomplish in 2018.

As you can tell, spring semester here at Zion Chapel School is a busy and exciting time for us. Remember, it takes all of us working together to make this school and our students successful. I thank you in advance for supporting our school and our students throughout the remainder of the 2017-2018 school year.  If I can be of any assistance, don’t hesitate to call me.


Vohn D. Enloe