01.11.2019

iSupport Meetings and Volunteering

We have had many successful events this year, and it was all due to the amazing community of family volunteers. Parent participation is essential to the success of the education process. It is because of families like yours that we are able to offer such a unique program for our children here at iLEAD Agua Dulce.

We ask that each of our families volunteer at least 40 hours per school year. This is one hour per week or 4 hours per month. There are many ways to help our learners and program. One way is to come to our iSUPPORT meetings. These are held the first Monday of each month at 9 a.m. (NOTE: This month’s meeting is Thursday, Jan. 10). This is where you will find out about our upcoming events and ways you can help. If you are unable to attend, please reach out to the classroom liaison who can give you the information. Your child’s facilitator will send out the liaison information this week. Remember, all of our learners benefit from your help and we are truly appreciative.

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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

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