Our gratitude goes out to everyone who volunteered, donated, and supported the Agua Dulce Parade and Fair. A great time was had by all, and we are so fortunate to be a part of such a wonderful community!
We have some of our first Presentations of Learning coming up this week and next week. Our learners have been working on maintaining our safe, positive, and inclusive environment. They have been tapping into their “superpowers” and working on ways those attributes can contribute to our school community and are excited to share their knowledge with you.
If you ever have questions, always feel free to reach out to your child’s facilitator for clarification. We hope that you are reading the Table Talks that are emailed home each week to facilitate deeper conversations regarding what is taking place each day at school. Don’t forget that October 7-11th is Fall Break. While our learners will be “sharpening their saws” our staff will be synergizing and beginning with the end in mind while attending several trainings over the week.
We hope your week is fantastic!
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On these days, online learning will be available to learners, but facilitators will not be holding live sessions.
We had an incredible day at the Agua Dulce Country Fair and Parade! This year’s theme was “Stirrup Some Fun” and our float did just that! We won four 1st place trophies, including Best in Theme. A huge shout out to Cameron and Tiffany for creating the float and to all of our learners and
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.
Fairy tea parties, cultivating curiosity, fun on picture day, 4th grade teaching bar graphs and data to 1st grade, 5th grade sharing and peer editing persuasive essays, 2nd grade diving deep into money, and TK/K getting creative with the letter G.
A special thank you to expert in the field Mary Johnson from the Agua Dulce Town Council. She met with first grade to discuss rights and responsibilities and how the Town Council uses rules at its meetings to ensure that everyone’s voice is heard. She helped them create class rules as part of first grade’s
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