Monday message 04.02.2018

Upcoming Events

(Please see the school calendar for more information and pacing guide for more information)

  • October: MAP Testing. See Coaches Corner for MAP Testing. If you have not tested, please reach out to your coach. Map Testing is vital for developing the Individualized Learning Plan goals.
  • October 11th: Upper School Science Lab at Lancaster (Please register or check Lab schedules here)
  • October 14th/October 18th: End of Quarter 1. All Quarter-Long classes due.
  • October 18th: Upper School Science Lab at iLEAD Exploration OC (Please register or check Lab schedules here)
  • October 24th: Hello Future – field study for young women in grades 6-12 (Register here)
  • October 29th: Wildlife Learning Center Field Study (Register Here)

Message from the Director

Dear Learners, Welcome back! We hope you had a wonderful spring break last week. This is Week 8 and the final week of the quarter for middle school learners. Make sure to have all final assignments turned into your instructors. Erin Jones Director, iLEAD Online

Calendar Updates

Please See our Middle School and/or High School Course Calendars for important dates! iLEAD Online Middle School Course Calendar iLEAD Online High School Course Calendar

Special Poetry Feature

Antonio D’onofrio is an inspiring writer who is enrolled in iLEAD Online. We are happy he has allowed us to share a poem he wrote this month. Enjoy!   Gas Runs In My Veins By Antonio D’onofrio   My heart is my engine My bike is my soul As I start the bike fuel runs … Continue reading “Special Poetry Feature”

Tip of the Week: Resume Writing Tips

High school students may want to look for a summer job but have no prior experience to put on a resume or job application. No need to panic — this is a good time to let potential employers know about your educational goals and accomplishments, volunteer experiences and extracurricular activities. This particular article includes links … Continue reading “Tip of the Week: Resume Writing Tips”

Earth Day Events

Earth Day is coming and there are all types of events planned. Below are a handful of suggestions. Some of these require reservations so please plan ahead. April 21 Environmental Film Fest — https://www.eventbrite.com/e/earth-focus-environmental-film-fest-advance-screening-of-earth-focus-tickets-44388827177?aff=es2 Beach Clean Up with Heal the Bay  — https://www.eventbrite.com/e/earth-month-nothin-but-sand-beach-cleanup-april-2018-tickets-37256821155?aff=es2 Del Mar Planting Event —  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sdrvc-earth-day-2018-planting-event-at-river-path-del-mar-tickets-43676469496?aff=es2   April 22 Goat Yoga — https://www.eventbrite.com/e/go-green-goat-yoga-earth-day-event-tickets-44516836055?

Crystal Cove State Park

Crystal Cove State Park has over three miles of beach and 2,000 acres of wilderness.  It also encompasses the Crystal Cove Historic District with 46 beach cottages that were built in the 1920s and 1930s; 29 of the cottages have been restored.  These rentals are popular destinations and require reservations well in advance. For day … Continue reading “Crystal Cove State Park”

Poetry with a Purpose

Get Lit exists because of the desire to increase teen literacy through the spoken word. This organization’s mission statement is, “We use poetry to promote literacy, empower youth, and inspire communities.” They offer a variety of events; two that may be of interest to our learners are the drop-in classes on Saturdays and open mic … Continue reading “Poetry with a Purpose”

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