Time to Start Practicing!
When: Thursday, April 6, 3:15 - 4:30 p.m.
Where: I-LES Gym
Admission Fee: $1.00 / Raffle Tickets 50¢ each
Every student attending the game needs to have $1.00 for admittance and a permission slip from a parent/guardian. There will be NO CALLS home on the day of the game for forgotten money or permission slips.
Healthy eating is associated with reduced risk for many diseases, including several of the leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes.
Healthy eating in childhood and adolescence is important for proper growth and development and can prevent health problems such as obesity, dental cavities, iron deficiency and osteoporosis.
Did you know that the American Kestrel needs a space of 250+ football fields to hunt and live?
Second Graders had the chance to host the Squam Lakes Science Center before break! Eric, from the Science Center, came in and did an animal presentation for us. We learned all about the Wood Turtle, Porcupine, and American Kestrel.
Thanks to all the great snow we’ve gotten recently,
we had an amazing time on our first outing!
We have one more snowshoe outing scheduled for Wednesday, February 22.
Team Bannon Super Bowl Celebration — Are you rea!dy for some football? Flag football, that is. We seized the opportunity to celebrate the Patriots and the amazing Super Bowl. Super Bowl week began with our very own combine! We experienced a variety of agility and strength exercises which taxed our bodies and our minds. We discovered that we have our own agility training every day here at I-LES when we read, learn new math facts, exercise our cooperation skills, etc.
Third graders have been very busy this month and have had some very special opportunities. We hope you all had a chance to look at your child’s portfolio and can see the great growth they are making.
There have been some great guest teachers this month as well. Dr. DeTolla made a visit to talk about dental health.