08.24.2018

A ‘Sweet’ School Project

iLEAD Agua Dulce Project

How do our learners create a positive and inclusive school environment? Give out homemade lemonade to everyone at recess! A group from our 3rd and 4th grade class thought it would be a kind gesture to offer refreshing lemonade as part of our school community project. Beginning with the end in mind, they did everything from creating the signs to making the lemonade. The rest of learners were very appreciative!

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