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Inter-Lakes Middle Tier

The Inter-Lakes Jr. High office hours are 7:45 - 3:45. If you need assistance after 3:45 please contact the High School main office at 279-6162.

 

T.I.G.E.R. Performance

tigerGuidance, Education, and Responsibility. This Plymouth State University group has visite “T.I.G.E.R. is a professional theatre company designed to help children, schools, parents, and communities deal proactively and positively with social issues and concerns facing children in schools today” (http://www.plymouth.edu/outreach/tiger/). T.I.G.E.R. stands for Theater Integrating d Inter-Lakes Elementary and Middle Tier many times in the past to perform for our students.

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8th Grade Poets

poetDuring the fall, eighth grade students in Mrs. Lorch’s class submitted an original poem in hopes of being published. The teens wrote their poems on many different topics and shared them with their peers, but some of those poems will appear in a poetry anthology in the spring, published by Creative Communication.

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Smarter Balanced Assessment

smarterbalanceIn past years students in grades 3-8 and 11 took the New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP) tests in Reading and Mathematics every October.  These tests have been replaced by a new set of tests called Smarter Balanced Assessments.  These assessments will measure achievement in Mathematics and Language Arts.  Students will be taking these tests sometime between the middle of March and the end of May in schools across the state.  These tests will give us information about how individual students are progressing and how our schools our performing as a whole.
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INTER-LAKES VARIETY SHOW SAVE THE DATE!

The Annual Inter-Lakes Variety Show will be happening on Saturday, March 14, 2015 @ 7:00 p.m. and it's time to start thinking about your participation! 

Proceeds benefit the Inter-Lakes High School Theater Company & the Middle
Tier Theater Company.

Performers should keep their eyes and ears open for registration in February

 

The Physics of Snowflakes

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3D snowflfakes

Grade 8 students were given a S.T.E.A.M. ( science, technology, engineering, art, math) challenge to create the perfect snowflake. The students completed a series of thermo-dynamic labs demonstrating the effects of different variables on the formation of ice crystals and how the typical six-sided shape of a snowflake forms. A variety of digital  tools ( Processing Code, Snowflake Generator, and  TinkerCad 3-D) were used in order to create their mathematically correct snowflake model. 

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Courage 2 Care

c2cIn January, our school counselors Ms. Spiro and Mr. Connell taught classroom guidance lessons to students in grades 5-8 at Inter-Lakes Middle Tier.  In addition, Ms. Spiro also taught classroom guidance lessons to students in grades 4-6 at Sandwich Central School.  All students participated in lessons from a curriculum entitled Courage 2 Care.  Courage 2 Care is an evidence based curriculum that strives to instill ideals such as empathy, compassion, and kindness in middle school students.  
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Fun in the Snow at I-LES

snowNow that snow has arrived, the children are sliding, climbing snow banks, and building forts!  We ask that students wear full winter apparel in order to play in the snow, so please send your child with snow pants, boots, coats, hats, and mittens/gloves.  

The behavioral expectations at recess are the same, with a few added rules to help ensure everyone’s safety when there is snow and ice.  The following information was shared with teachers, but please review it at home with your child as well:

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2014-2015 National Geographic Geography Bee

geography beeStudents in grades four through eight participated in the National Geographic Geography Bee during the month of December. The Geography Bee is a nationwide contest designed to encourage the teaching and study of geography.
Congratulations to the ten finalists who distinguished themselves with their knowledge of geography. The finalists were Nathaniel Cornish, Zephyr Garrison, Brent Gumbs, Jaydie Halperin, Abigail Jutton, Bradley Leberman, Eli Misavage, Julia Pendergast, Riley Towle, and Devyn Vaal.

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Inter-Lakes Middle Tier
21 Laker Lane
Meredith, NH 03253
ILES: 279-7968  Fax:279-6344
Jr. High: 279-5312    Fax: 279-5310

Everett Bennett - Principal
everett.bennett@interlakes.org

Middle Tier Events