ILPs begin this week. We hope all of you take advantage of scheduling an appointment with your child’s facilitator. Don’t forget that your child needs to be in attendance with you, as they will be setting their own academic and social/emotional goals.
The classrooms are well underway with their first project on maintaining and growing our beautiful school culture. The learners are all working on ways to look introspectively and bring the best aspects of themselves to the school community. By growing self-awareness, they can then, in turn begin to understand others. Our positive and inclusive environment is very important to us. Guiding our learners to be their best selves will only continue to make our culture strong and have a safe and enjoyable learning environment.
Have a wonderful week!
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May 31: Memorial Day – No School
Our first year, we entered the Agua Dulce Parade with the most amazing float! It was so amazing that we won 6 trophies, including Best Overall! This year, we are not only entering a float, but supporting the fair! Both will be amazing with the help of all of you. Our float will be created
We value sports and the benefits that come along with playing and teamwork. The fall sports deadline to sign up is Wednesday, September 18th! Pee Wee flag football, K-2 (space available) Boys soccer, 3rd-6th (roster is full) Girls basketball, 3rd-6th (Space available) We are still in need of volunteer coaches for the following sports. If
Please check out our Outdoor Classroom blog. We value the endless research that has been conducted on play. Each week, we will spotlight what we are doing and, more importantly, WHY we do what we do. Please click here to access the blog.
Last week, we paid tribute to those who lost their lives on September 11th, 2001, and honored first responders. Our 2nd grade learners led the Pledge of Allegiance in sign language, learner Jordan wrote and presented a beautiful speech, and our Color Guard led the assembly with raising the flag. Please visit our iLEAD Agua
iLEAD Schools embraces the whole child, focusing on both social-emotional and academic skills. In lieu of the traditional parent/teacher conference, the learners, facilitators, and parents/guardians collaborate annually to create Individualized Learning Plans (ILPs) to guide instruction. Everyone works together to reflect on, monitor, and make adjustments to the ILP as needed. The primary goal of