12.01.2018

Message from the Director

Hello Families,

We are getting ready to head into Winter Break and wrapping up all of the projects for 2018. We are looking forward to the Presentations of Learning and our upcoming Winter Program. We have some exciting news coming up, so stay tuned. As we head into our second semester, our Reports of Progress (ROP) will be emailed home on January 11th. More information regarding the Reports of Progress will be in your Weekly Update within the next couple of weeks.

Reminder: 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 is 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!

Warm regards,
Lisa Latimer

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