Welcome to Week Three!
Now that the learners are settling into their new routine, we are getting ready to launch our first project within the next couple of weeks, so please be sure to read all emails and always reach out for support if needed.
This week, your child’s facilitator will be setting up specific times to meet with your child during their synchronous (on-site) days next week to assess each learner in writing and ELA. In addition, your child will be taking the NWEA MAP Assessment for Math and ELA September 14-17. All of these very important assessments are needed to individualize the learning for your child.
To end the week, we hope to see you at our Welcome Back Parade! Please join us on Friday, September 11, from 1:00-2:00 PM at the Valet Lot. We have special school supply bags for all our learners and can’t wait to see your faces!
Have a wonderful week!
What does it take to really succeed? Some might call it drive or determination. At iLEAD Agua Dulce, we like to call it grit, and it is a crucial component of social-emotional learning. We define grit as “having courage and resolve, and strength of character.” Someone with grit works hard and passionately, sets goals, and
We are excited to provide free meals through the Summer Seamless Program. We are providing meals for all children up to 18 years of age at no charge. You do not need to be an enrolled learner in order to receive free meals. Good news! Each Friday we are serving free grab-and-go meals to take home for the weekend as well. Each
Greetings, iLEAD community, Every other week, a new Together Tuesday video features photos of families, learners, and staff throughout the iLEAD nation — a reminder that we’re all in this together. We’d love to see your contributions. To ensure your submissions are included, please click here to submit your photos. Photos received by the Friday before each Together Tuesday are eligible