Monday message 09.13.2021
Hello Everyone! Thank you to everyone that participated in the Back to School Night. It was great to talk and see all of our parents. Thank you facilitators for providing an insight on what your learners are doing in class and the pictures that you provided.
Master Agreements must be completed by Thursday, September 16th. If you need assistance please contact the school office.
Get ready for Spirit Week…
SPIRIT WEEK 9/13-9/17/21
Monday & Tuesday 9/13-9/14 “Silly Days”
Wear your silly socks, funny hats, crazy hair, tie-dye, miss-matched clothes, be creative & silly!
Wednesday & Thursday 9/15-9/16-“Dress Up Days”
Dress up as your favorite superhero, Disney character, western gear, or favorite decade!
Kona Ice will be here too!!!
Friday 9/17- “Spirit Day”
Wear your favorite team jersey or iLEAD Spirit T-shirt)
(a limited supply of iLEAD Spirit t-shirts are available in the office for $10.00)
Prizes will be given out to the MOST SPIRITED!
Kona Ice will be on campus on 9/15 & 9/16 to celebrate Spirit Week! This is a fundraiser for the school. Kona will be giving back a percentage of the sales we make!
Kona Ice prices:
Klassic Kona (12 oz) $4.00
King Kona (16 oz) $5.00
Color changing cup $6.00
Kowabunga cup (22 oz) $7.00
Add “Mangandada Style” to any cup for an additional $3.00 per cup.
iLEAD AV Exploration Director’s Message
Hello everyone! As you are aware, iLEAD AV Exploration and iLEAD AV share the same Learning Center. However, the Exploration Learners (homeschool kiddos) have our own space! As you pull into the driveway entrance on Avenue K ,you will see a gate directly in front of you. That is the gate we will use to enter and exit our space. So when you now come to pick up technology or curriculum, you will come in through that gate. If the gate is locked, please text your EF and they will come and let you in. Soon we will have banners that will say Exploration, so that it will be easy to identify.
Please make sure to download ParentSquare if you haven’t done so already. Due to COVID restrictions, we have to have a health screening on file for everyone that enters the campus for contact tracing. Parent Square contains a quick health screening questionnaire that you can complete quickly and then show it on your phone when you arrive. The free app is available in the App Store for both Apple products and droids. Please complete the screening before you come to campus and just show it to your facilitator as you enter.
Curriculum is arriving and we know you are excited to receive it! Curriculum pickup will be scheduled on Friday, Sept 17th. Please watch for a pick up schedule from your EF.
The EFs will be holding a Back to School Night Unboxing virtual meeting on Monday, Sept. 20 from 5-6 pm. The EFs will explain how to organize your curriculum and give some quick tips. Watch your email for the zoom link!
Have a great week!
AV Hybrid Upcoming Events
12/01- iSupport meeting 5 pm
12/06- Makeup picture day
12/15- Winter Production 5 – 7 pm
iLEAD AV Exploration Upcoming Events
11/28 – LP 4 begins
12/1 – Coffee With Tina & Terri 9:00 – 9:45 am in our Curriculum Library/Office
12/6 – Cards and Caroling Workshop ~ Last Day of Workshops for December
12/8 – Nutcracker at LPAC for all that ordered tickets
12/16 – Last day before Winter Break
12/19 – 1/9 Winter Break
1/10 – Learners Return
1/11 – Kids Heart Challenge – more info to come!
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