We hope that all of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving with your families and a restful time off. Everyone had such a great time at our Multicultural Feast, and we are so grateful for the donations of food, volunteers, and families joining in on the festivities! It was the perfect way for our families to connect and start the Fall Break. We hope that you will join us on Wednesday, Dec. 12th, at 2:30 p.m. for our winter production, “The Best is Yet to Come!” The learners are diligently practicing their special songs for your enjoyment.
Please make sure that you send your child to school every day. As a Project-Based School, our learners collaborate, confer with the facilitator, and have enriching and meaningful discussions that cannot be replaced with a packet of school work. It essential that absences are minimal and that you inform the facilitator and office when your child has to be out. We want your child to be successful and here for all of the learning taking place.
Don’t forget to visit our iLEAD Agua Dulce Facebook page! We are always posting videos and pictures of the amazing things taking place at our school!!
Have a fantastic week!
Click here to see the school calendar for more information. Upcoming Events Monday, May 27th: Memorial Day – campus closed May 28th-June 7th- Showcases of Learning Friday, May 31st: 5th and 6th grades POP-UP Cupcake Bakery! 12:30 p.m. in the Village Saturday, June 8th: iLEAD Agua Dulce JAMBOREE!
Dear Families, Did you know that several of our Facebook posts have now gone viral? Many schools across the United States and the United Kingdom are now sharing our ideas and implementing them into their own programs. Some of the most shared photos and videos are of our Outdoor Classroom. We have received numerous messages
Project-Based Learning, in part, provides a question that relates to a real-world problem that can be solved in many ways. 2nd Grade’s Driving Question was, “How can we implement, follow, or change rules to improve our school and community?” Not only did our learners dive deep into the California State Standards on Government, they actually