Last year, a group of 19 iLEAD learners and chaperones traveled to Puerto Rico over spring break to assist with relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. The group will be returning this spring break to continue their efforts. Only this year, there are 31 learners and chaperones going.
Learners will be replanting much-needed agriculture and building sustainable homes and shelters for those left homeless by the devastating storm. And to do so, they need your help! Please consider donating to the GoFundMe campaign to raise funds. If you cannot donate, please SHARE the page on social media.
The learners also want to bring needed supplies to the island. You can contribute by purchasing items off the Amazon Wishlist here.
Our first TK-6th grade project launches this week. As project-based learning is about the process of learning and not just the end product, we are excited to see deeper thinking taking place. It has been a tradition at iLEAD Agua Dulce to have the same big-picture theme for the first project. Having this commonality among
Dear Families, One of the requirements for our first project is for all of our learners to design and create their own toy. Our hope is to provide “project boxes” filled with loose parts for all our learners to use for their toy creation. Loose parts inspire imaginations and spark creativity on children’s own terms
If you’ve already filled out the form, thank you so much! If you haven’t had a chance yet, please read on to learn how EVERYONE’s participation will benefit our school. Thanks so much for your time! The start of school means getting to know new friends, facilitators, and routines, adjusting to a new way of