Inter-Lakes School District

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Welcome to Inter-Lakes Elementary School

"Home of the Blue Wave" where our school motto is DYB (Do Your Best!)


Winter Safety Tips

wintersafetyWinter isn't a time to just stay indoors and wait for spring. There's a whole wonderland of sports out there for the entire family - sledding, snowboarding and skiing to mention a few. Once outdoors, however, take precautions to keep your family safe. In ice and snow, accidents can occur easily. It's easy to keep safe and stay fit during the cold months. By following a few tips, you can have a great time, no matter how much white stuff piles up outside.
Dress appropriately for the weather. This includes your child’s time at school. Outdoor recess is held daily as long as the temperature is above zero. Please send your child with appropriate winter attire: Boots, hat, gloves/mittens, winter jacket and snow pants. For home activities, dress in layers and avoid cotton.


Mrs. Shuffleton Discusses Worm Farming with Students



Breakfast With Santa

santabreakfast“Breakfast with Santa”, sponsored by the class of 2018, will be held on December 13th from 8:00 am - 12:00 noon. The cost is $5 per child, $7 per adult or $20 for a family of four. Meet Santa, have your picture taken with Santa, check out the Christmas crafts and have a pancake breakfast. Come join the fun!


Title I News

Title I staff sent home Progress Reports last week. If you have any questions regarding these reports, please contact me at or by calling 279-7968.
A special thank you to parents who attended our parent involvement meeting last month. I appreciate you taking time out of your schedule to come to this meeting. This year, our Title I program will be evaluated by the Department of Education. This evaluation occurs once every three years and you will be receiving more information about this in January. Our onsite visitation will be on March 10, 2015.
Tis the season...need any gift ideas?? A gift that lasts the whole year long is a magazine subscription.


Dr. Kelley Explains the Geochron to Grade 3

geochronThe Geochron allows any observer to determine what time it is anywhere in the world. The Geochron looks like a framed world map, about 2×3 ft. in size. The colorful map itself is an endless belt that is driven slowly from left to right by an electric clock motor in synchronism with the rotation of the earth. All known legal time zone boundaries are delineated on the map by dark blue lines which in most cases, converge on lettered pointers on the top edge of the map. These letters identify the standard time zones.


Pre-School News


After learning all about big, fascinating turkeys, the preschoolers are now comparing and contrasting different versions of “The Gingerbread Man”.
The children are completing one side of a gingerbread person to make it match the other side, cutting out a folded gingerbread man to decorate, completing gingerbread button number books, painting a gingerbread "house", finding what is different between two gingerbread people, assembling the parts of a gingerbread person and completing gingerbread family puzzles.
Our final activity will be to decorate and eat gingerbread cookies. We will soon make gifts for family members and learn about signs of winter.

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Inter-Lakes Elementary School | 21 Laker Lane | Meredith, NH 03253