All of us familiar with aerospace projects know that sometimes things do not go exactly as planned and launches get rescheduled. We have a parallel “slip” situation in an anticipated four-day delay in the announcement of our final three winners among the nine finalists. While we wait on tenterhooks for our assessors to do the difficult job of choosing which projects will best benefit the science community, let’s meet the finalists one more time by viewing their pitches over the coming days. Then in next week’s Monday Message, we will reveal which three of them are going to the International Space Station later this year. Stay tuned! Click here to read more about the finalists.
Click here to see the school calendar for more information. Upcoming Events Tuesday, June 11th: 3rd-6th grade Castaic Lake field trip Wednesday, June 12th: Volunteer breakfast, 9 a.m. June 3rd – June 13th: Showcases of Learning Friday, June 14th: Last Day of School Friday, June 19th: ROPs emailed home
When I was asked to open iLEAD Agua Dulce, I accepted the challenge, though I had never opened a school before. The day I walked onto the Agua Dulce campus, it was overgrown with weeds, you couldn’t see the gardens, and it needed a lot of TLC, but I saw the vision and I knew
We have several learners that have been missing school for various reasons. We cannot express enough that as a Project-Based Learning school, attendance is vital. PBL requires collaboration, discussions, working in cohorts, and researching. In addition, the facilitators confer daily with small groups in the areas of math and reading to ensure that our learners