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!)

 

Parent/Student/Teacher Conference

parent teacher conference

Teachers in grades PK-8 will be holding conferences on Feb. 13th, 16th & 17th. On Feb. 13th, students in grades K-12 will have no school to allow for conferences. Feb. 16th & 17th are early release days with students in PK-6 being dismissed at 12:00 noon.
In PK-6, the goal is to hold Student/Parent/Teacher Conferences with every family. Conferences allow students, parents and teachers to discuss progress and set goals for the second half of the year. Please watch for an invitation from your child’s teacher to sign-up for a conference!

 

Pre-School News

preschool

The preschoolers recently learned all about snowmen through stories and activities. Students completed snowmen shape books, sequenced pictures that told us how to build a snowman and sorted items that we see in the summer or winter.
The children are now learning about polar animals including penguins, arctic fox, seals and polar bears. They made crayon-resist penguin pictures, assembled polar bear puppets, read about the penguin character Cuddly Dudley and completed pictures in the book Polar Bear on the Go! Next, we will learn about Jan Brett's stories and make shadows!

 

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.

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A - Z Hypothermia

hypothermiaHypothermia (hy-puh-THUR-me-uh) is a medical emergency that occurs when the body is exposed to cold temperatures and loses heat faster than it can produce it. A person is considered hypothermic when body temperature drops to 95°F (35°C) or less.

More to Know
Hypothermia is dangerous because, when body temperature is too low, the organs can't function properly. Without treatment, organ failure and even death can occur. Exposure to cold weather, and especially cold water, can lead to hypothermia. Babies and older people are at increased risk.

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I-LES Collects for the Meredith Food Pantry

foodPantryDid you know that there is a drop-off box in front of Mrs. Very's room (Rm. #144) for all non-perishable food items that will be donated each week to the Meredith Food Pantry?
Thanks to all those who continue to contribute. We are making a difference, one can/box at a time!

 

Title I News

Title I staff sent home Progress Reports last week. If you have any questions regarding these reports, please contact me at alesia.parks@interlakes.org 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.

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Inter-Lakes Elementary School | 21 Laker Lane | Meredith, NH 03253
603-279-7968