Our TK/K learners had a fantastic POL and beautifully articulated the different ways that are used to predict the weather. We are looking forward to 2nd grade’s POL this week! Don’t forget that 3rd-6th grade will be doing State Testing, and attendance is of the utmost importance.
We are also busily preparing for our upcoming Jamboree! Our learners will have a special performance for all who attend.
Congratulations goes out to our Pee Wee Basketball team as they finish up their season! We have so much to be proud of and are so happy that we have a wonderful community to share all of our accomplishments with.
Have a magical week!
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May 31: Memorial Day – No School
Set your calendars for Saturday, June 8th, from 6-9 p.m., for our end of the year Jamboree! We will have a live band, delicious food, a silent auction, and celebrate a phenomenal first year. Our learners will perform, we will be honoring a very special person in the Acton/Agua Dulce community, and we also have
The outdoor classroom is designed to engage learners and increase their understanding of learning concepts through nature. The classroom aims to instill a sense of wonder and love for nature and the outdoors, and develop a respect for all living things. It also offers opportunities for learners to connect with hands-on experiences. The curriculum for
Dear Families, We are looking for donations of real-world items (not plastic toys) that the learners can use to enhance their imaginations in our outdoor classroom. The items do not need to be new. Additionally, if you have old spices or dried flowers that you are going to throw away, please bring them to us.
Aloha, iLEAD Families! iLEAD Schools and Cultural Bridges are excited to announce an amazing summer camp opportunity in Hawaii! This July we are offering a multicultural STEAM summer camp for middle and high school learners on the beautiful island of Kaua’i. See flyer for details. For questions, email email@example.com.
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
California students take several mandated statewide tests. These tests provide parents/guardians, teachers, and educators with information about how well students are learning and becoming college and career ready. The test results may be used for local, state, and federal accountability purposes.