We are getting ready to wind down the school year, and we are proud of all of our accomplishments. The 5th and 6th grade Baked Goods POL was extraordinary! Our visits from Congresswoman Katie Hill, County Supervisior Kathryn Barger’s office, and Ken Pfalzgraf, who shared their expertise with our learners, were truly appreciated! We still have 1st, 3rd and 4th grade’s POLs coming up this week and are excited to witness more incredible learning taking place.
We hope to see all of you at our Jamboree this Saturday!
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May 31: Memorial Day – No School
Please remember to sign up for your child’s Showcase of Learning. This is a time where your child will present their reflection of their school year. This is crucial to the learning process and a huge component of our iLEAD culture. Presentation times have been shared with you in the Weekly Updates. If you have
TK/K We are learning about forces and motion! The learners will be making simple machines, including pulleys and levers. Learners will be able to create different ramps to test different objects to see how things move. They’ll work collaboratively to test the the speed of items when pushing or pulling. Observations will be made on
While the school year is coming to a close, we’re excited to share an amazing learning opportunity for summer break. This camp is open to learners entering grades 7-12 (for the 2019/20 school year), who will travel to the beautiful Hawaiian island of Kaua’i this July for the inaugural year of Camp Kahili! This exciting
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