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August 15, 2018

Dear Team Inter-Lakes Families:

Where did the summer go?! I hope you all got to spend some quality time with family enjoying lake time, or camping, or just sitting on a beach. Thankfully, we all have some summer left to enjoy. Let me share with you what has been going on at I-LES this summer and give you some information to start the school year. 

The greenhouse is once again a sunflower haven and was used extensively by our Summer B.L.A.S.T learners, we were also grateful to receive a large donation of seeds, pots, and grow mats from Lowe’s Home Improvement, that will certainly help us keep the greenhouse blooming well past August!

As we look to the 2018-2019 school year, we are now a unified pre-K to 6 building! Our signage may be changing, but our commitment to our learners doesn’t. They are what drive our passion and commitment to Inter-Lakes and our community.

This summer our new assistant principal, Barb Pope, and I discussed ways in which we could communicate better with our parents. Every month we will be holding “parent chats” to discuss topics that are important and relevant to you. Our first two “chat” times are below, I will send times and dates for more as the year progresses. You can also check the I-LES calendar on the I-LES webpage for dates.

  • Kindergarten parent meet and greet - August 24th 3-4 p.m. @ ILES Library.
  • What are Personal Competencies? - August 30th 6-8 p.m. @ ILES Library (daycare provided).

We have some new staff this year joining the I-LES Team, they will make excellent additions to our fabulous grade level teams!

Mrs. Patricia Parsons- 5th grade teacher

Mr. Dan Gilbert- 4th/5th grade case manager

Ms. Gabrielle Hurd- case manager

Ms. Caitlin Henchey- preschool coordinator

School starts for grades 1-6 on August 28th. Drop off begins at 8:00 a.m. Homerooms begin at 8:15 a.m. with the late bell ringing at 8:30 a.m. Kindergarten parents, watch for your teacher’s letter to tell you what day your child starts school.

Parent pick up begins at 2:55 p.m. If you are picking your child up you need to follow the parent pick-up lane, buses are the only ones allowed in the front of the building at that time. Please refrain from coming too early for pick up as it disrupts traffic flow at the high school and Route 25.

It is going to be a fabulous year, we have many learning opportunities, community connections, and just plain “cool” things happening for our learners at I-LES! Please don’t hesitate to call me or come in to talk, my door is always open.

Take care and see you all soon,

Jen Wrath 

 

 

 

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