As we inspire our learners to be lifelong thinkers, we focus on collaboration, developing executive function, social and emotional growth, and problem-solving techniques. All of these are 21st-century skills that serve to help learners tackle real-world issues.
Listening to different points of view and working with a variety of people, with each contributing to the whole, is a standard of 21st-century learning. Great discoveries are accomplished by creating approaches to tackle real-world problems, brainstorming, and trying a variety of potential solutions until one works.
Social and emotional growth occurs by understanding there are people with many different talents, strengths, and opinions; assuming good intentions when embarking on a task; and listening with intentionality to other points of view. These experiences give our learners practice with that they will encounter in college and the workforce.
Project-based learning incorporates all the essential components to build critical thinkers and lifelong learners. As our learners dive deep into driving questions, it is essential that they come to school each day to participate in valuable conversations and small-group collaboration. If you ever have any questions regarding the learning taking place in the classroom or would like to learn more about the curriculum, please reach out to your child’s facilitator.
Note: We will regularly update this page regarding our response to the coronavirus pandemic, including modified operations and reopening plans. iLEAD Family Resource Helpline We want to thank you for all you do for your children. Our lives have been shaken and changed by the COVID-19 pandemic. No matter what you’re feeling and experiencing, we
2020 Summer Meal Program Children can have free meals while school is out this summer! We are participating in the USDA Summer Meal Program. All children between the ages of 1 year and 18 years of age may participate, and they do not need to be enrolled. Meals will be grab-and-go with minimal contact and
To request an extension for your technology checkout through the summer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or submit a learner technology support ticket.