10.22.2020

A Message from the Director

iLEAD Agua Dulce Director Lisa Latimer with learners

Dear Families,

We are looking forward to seeing all of you this Friday at the Halloween Car Parade and Scarecrow Row.

As we get ready to enter the month of November, many of our first virtual Presentations of Learning will take place. This is a wonderful way for the learners to share their learning process of the project, answer the driving question from their point of view, and for all to see the amazing end product. We cannot wait to see the learning that took place.

Our TK-6th grade learners have met with a variety of experts from toy companies, marketing, toy designers and more still to come. Our 7th and 8th grade learners are completing their Identity Projects and meeting with professionals to help support the writing process for their articles, which will be featured in upcoming Monday Messages.

The success of these projects not only lies within the support of the incredible facilitators and the hard work of the learners, but to all of our families who are truly teaming with us. Thank you for collaborating with us, letting us know how we can support you, and taking this one day at a time.

We wish you a wonderful week!

Lisa Latimer
School Director

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