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 to reference and support you and your learners in making good food choices for nourishing the body and mind.
Please keep healthy choices in mind when packing snacks and lunches for school. Thank you for helping us support your learner!
We hope you’ll join us for our next “Among Us” Game Night April 23 from 4:00-4:30 PM. Stay tuned to ParentSquare for the link to join us!
Please join us Thursday, April 29, at 3:30 PM for a fun Zoom Craft Day! Get your supplies ready (green, brown, and assorted-colored paper; markers, scissors, and glue), and we’ll see you there! Stay tuned to ParentSquare for the link
Last week we introduced the importance of social-emotional learning at iLEAD Antelope Valley. Social-emotional learning is integral to our whole-child educational approach. A whole-child mind-set means that we are focused on far more than teaching to tests or holding up