Wow! One hundred days of school have come and gone, and the learners have grown so much, both physically and academically! A couple of our facilitators even aged quite a bit too! Growth is also evident on our campus. Our learners are now utilizing our new art lab, the Makery is close to completion, we now have a new creative space for our 1st-7th grade learners, and the remainder of our grant items will be here prior to the end of the year.
We would like to give a huge shoutout to Josh Schlender for his tremendous help in putting our Outdoor Classroom shed together. We are also incredibly appreciative for Spar Art (Mr. Esparza), who guided our learners in painting a beautiful mural on the Creation Station. Lastly, our after-school sports practices are in full swing! The learners could not participate without our volunteer coaches. Thank you to our parents who are sharing their valuable time to ensure our learners have a great time on the court and field.
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May 31: Memorial Day – No School
When you dream, dream big! That is exactly what a group of 6th and 7th grade learners did last year when Mrs. Morrison posed the driving question “How can we impact our world through space exploration?” The challenge was to think of a meaningful experiment that could be possibly conducted in microgravity, particularly on the
It’s time to start preparing for our annual Jamboree on Saturday, May 30! Each grade is assigned a basket theme and will be a part of our silent auction. If you would like to donate to the basket, it would be greatly appreciated. All donations can be left in the office by April 17. Below
Learner-Led Conferences (LLCs) are around the corner. They will be held on Friday, March 13; Thursday, March 19 (minimum day); and Friday, March 20. These conferences create a purposeful way for learners to talk with adults about their learning and offer parents a direct and active role in their child’s school life. What to Expect at
Editor’s Note: This is one in a series of articles on the pillars of iLEAD Agua Dulce’s educational philosophy and approach. Whether in the classroom, the workplace, relationships, or life in general, learning to compromise can be an important and helpful tool. However, what if there were a way to even further enrich and strengthen our communication
Learners discovered art masters Piet Mondrian and Pablo Picasso and then created an original piece from inspiration. After-school sports practices are in full swing! Learners in flag football, girls’ volleyball, and peewee basketball are all demonstrating grit and stamina! And in the Outdoor Classroom, learners did some Jackson Pollack art and enjoyed books about frogs!
Please make sure to utilize the Valet at the lower lot for drop-off and pick up. The parking lot is for drop-off of classroom pets or learners who arrive after 8:45 a.m. The congestion of cars on the upper lot is unsafe for our learners and staff. We appreciate your support!
Our learners are working alongside a professional mural artist who to transform our Creation Station shed into a place where our learners can tap into their imagination and artistic skills. Our learners are loving the process of learning hands-on about the art of muralism.
With the new year comes a reminder about the importance of attendance at iLEAD Agua Dulce. Because we are a project-based school, attendance is vital. Project-based learning requires collaboration, discussions, working in cohorts, and research. In addition, the facilitators confer daily with small groups in the areas of math and reading to ensure our learners
Aloha! We’re excited to share an incredible learning opportunity for summer break! Students who will be entering 7th-12th grade in the fall of 2020 are invited to travel to the beautiful Hawaiian island of Kaua’i this summer for Camp Kahili! There are four weeks available to campers, and you can opt to stay for one, two, three…or all four weeks!