ZNES Cheerleaders traveled to San Antonio's Sea World to compete against other squads this past weekend. The duet team, comprised of Ariza Garcia and Julissa Gutierrez, walked away with a second place win.
ZNES students attended a bowling tournament in Laredo this past weekend. Students took home trophies for Highest Scoring Male (Francisco Munoz), Highest Scoring Female (Gizelle Villarreal), and Highest Scoring Team. Congratulations to all the competitors and winners!
Dr. Seuss said, "The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go." In light of one of his famous quotes ZNES had visitors read to the students to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday.
Zapata North Elementary has been working hard at growing a productive garden. Between the months of December and January, 2nd grade students at north elementary have harvested 15 lbs of Kale, 15 lbs of Butter Lettuce, and 8 lbs of Carrots. The campus grown produce was donated to the ZCISD Child Nutrition Department, where it was used to prepare and serve garden and taco salads. The campus grown gardens are part of the Learn, Grow, Eat, & Go! Program. We would like to thank Texas A&M AgriLife Extension for all their help and guidance with this program. Students at Zapata North appreciate seeing their hard work being put to good use at their campus.
Friday, January 25, 2019, Z.N.E.S. celebrated the 100th day of school. The celebration consisted of students showing off their shirts, posters, and other crafts to their fellow students in the annual 100th day parade.