iLEAD AV Highlights of the Week
Kindergarten Presentation of Learning
Ms. Guzman and Ms. McReynold’s kindergarten class demonstrated through drawings, visual displays, and speaking during their Presentation of Learning. The driving question was “How can we work from A to Z to make the alphabet come to life for me?”
Kona Ice Day!
The learners enjoyed another fun day of Kona Ice. Thank you for supporting our school!
7th Graders Read The Giver
Ms. Tucker’s 7th grade class is reading The Giver by Lois Lowry. The learners are really enjoying the book. They said it helps them discover for themselves what is right as they discover more about how society works and that life is not complete without both good and bad experiences.
Whether in the classroom, the workplace, relationships, or life in general, learning to compromise can be an important and helpful tool. However, what if there were a way to even
Editor’s Note: This is one in a series of articles on the pillars of iLEAD Antelope Valley’s educational philosophy and approach. They say communication is key, but if we lack
“In the long run, if it isn’t a win for both of us, we both lose. That’s why win-win is the only real alternative in interdependent realities.” — Dr. Stephen Covey