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Enter the 2019 DreamUp Mission Patch Competition

Hey learners, you’re invited to support iLEAD Aerospace Projects and enter the 2019 DreamUp Mission Patch Design Competition. Check out the flier below, and ask your facilitator for more details or email sara.brown@ileadschools.org. [gview file=”https://ileadav.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/iSAP_2019_Patch-Competition-Flyer.pdf”]

The Importance of Language Skills

According to the National Reading Foundation, “Early exposure to language is the greatest factor in language development and learning to read. By reading together every day, you stimulate and strengthen your child’s language and literacy skills. It is that simple.”Read More

Healthy Food Policy

Learners will be more active and exerting much more energy outside. With that said, they will need refreshing fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and as much water as possible. We’d like to share with you our health and wellness policy toRead More

Open House for Little iLEADers Preschool

Join us for an open house at our Little iLEADers Early Childhood Learning Center, Thursday, September 6 from 6-7 p.m. Little iLEADers is located at 2110 West Ave. K in Lancaster. Come learn more about our program, meet our staff,Read More

Healthy Food Policy

Learners will be more active and exerting much more energy outside. With that said, they will need refreshing fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and as much water as possible. We’d like to share with you our health and wellness policy toRead More

5 Ways to Start the Day

I recently read an article that helps support our learners in the morning before school, on “5 Things Your Child Should do Before School.” “Setting up a routine with regular tasks that parents or caregivers and children are responsible for makesRead More

Healthy Food Policy

Learners will be more active and exerting much more energy outside. With that said, they will need refreshing fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and as much water as possible. We’d like to share with you our health and wellness policy toRead More

Sleep and Learning

During the summer, I read a TIME Magazine article, “Let Your Kids Sleep More for Better Grades”.  The article notes that to do well at school, our learners may need more sleep. The National Sleep Foundation recommends that children agesRead More

Introducing the 7 Habits

Introduction to the 7 Habits is our focus this week. The process is used to teach the curriculum that is derived from the 7 Habits of Happy Kids book. The 7 Habits book showcases lively animal characters and positive psychologyRead More

Healthy Food Policy

Learners will be more active and exerting much more energy outside. With that said, they will need refreshing fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and as much water as possible. We’d like to share with you our health and wellness policy toRead More

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