Please click here for important information on transitioning to distance learning. Learn how (and when) to log in to PowerSchool, join our Live Parent Webinar on Tuesday, and find links for free and low-cost internet.
First and foremost, thank you for your patience and support while we work to ensure that learning doesn’t stop for your child while staying at home. By now, you should have received the directions to log in and take the training for the online platform. (Please wait until Monday to do so.) In addition, it is so important for your learners to stay connected with their facilitator and classmates during this time. Please ensure that they will be able to join the daily Zoom conferences. Miss Bybee will join each conference for some awesome Outdoor Classroom ideas, Miss Liz will have time throughout the day guiding Mindful Minutes, and Miss Vanessa and Miss Christina will lead Spanish and American Sign Language as well. Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns, and we will help to support you. Please be patient, as online learning is new to our facilitators. They have been training and working diligently to ensure that everything runs smoothly; however, we do expect that it will take a couple of days before we have a rhythm. We are excited about this new educational journey but look forward to seeing all of our amazing families and especially our learners soon.
Click here to see the school calendar for more information. Just added: 2020-21!
Friday, June 5: Professional Learning: Online learning will be available to learners, but facilitators will not be holding live sessions.
Friday, June 12: Last day of 2019-20 school year. Drive-Through Parade, 3:00-5:00 PM.
Tuesday, August 25: First day of 2020-21 school year.
Eye on the Valley host Matt Watson interviews iLEAD director of STEAM initiatives Kathleen Fredette and our learners about the out-of-this-world DreamUp project! Eye On The Valley – March 13, 2020 Live in studio its the Eye on the Valley show!! Posted by KHTS Radio on Friday, March 13, 2020
4th grade: How can we influence the future of California by taking risks? 5th grade: How can I take a risk and inspire others to overcome challenges? Two strong Driving Questions and two amazing visits from real-world risk-takers who shared their experiences and knowledge. Our 4th and 5th grade learners engaged with public service members
SCVi/iLEAD Learners Launch Science Experiments Into Space, Pilot Glider Planes