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!
In the iLEAD Agua Dulce Charter School approach to project-based learning, which produces well-rounded kids, social intelligence is a key component of whole-child development. What do we mean by social intelligence? It’s a person’s ability to interact well with others. It’s often simply called people skills, or tact. It isn’t necessarily a natural-born characteristic, but
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