Monday message 10.18.2021
iLEAD AV Director’s Message
All Parents & Learners save the date for the upcoming FALL FESTIVAL!
It is Friday, October 29th, from 6-8 pm at the iLEAD AV site. Come join the FUN!!
iLEAD AV Exploration Director’s Message
We hope your family enjoyed a week off for mid-fall break! The next couple of weeks bring lots of fun activities for our Exploration Learners!
First of all, we will start our second project of the year! Your EFs will be sending more information regarding your learner’s project. I know your children will love it and I cannot wait to see their Presentations of Learning prior to Thanksgiving Vacation!
We also begin our on-site workshops! Art, theatre, yoga and science are the topics of the workshops that will be offered from 10/26-11/18. Detailed information will be sent from your EF, along with sign up information. So, please check your email daily. Space is limited.
The Fall Festival is right around the corner! Sounds like this will be a fun night to bring the entire family. There will be games, food and fun! Tickets will be sold for the games.
The money raised will be used for materials for our learners’ workshops. More info to come.
Look forward to seeing many of you on campus in the upcoming weeks!
iLEAD AV Exploration
AV Hybrid Upcoming Events
May 30th – No school, Memorial Day
iLEAD AV Exploration Upcoming Events
5/16 – 5/20 CAASPP Testing Week for all learners in 3rd grade and above. More info to come!
5/23 – 5/26 State Testing In-person testing grades 3-8
5/30 – Memorial Day ~ No School
6/1 – Open House~First Year Celebration 4:30-6:30 pm New Date!
6/17 Kindergarten Graduation 10 am in our classrooms
6/17 – 8th Grade Promotion time TBD in our classrooms
6/17 – Last Day of School!
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