Monday message 02.12.2018

Upcoming Events

December 20: Last day to sign up for Science Accelerator opportunity 

December 20: End of Semester 1 for full-time learners. 

December 20-January 15: Winter Break

January 16: Start of semester full-time families for coach meetings and advisory activities

January 17: Semester 1 official Reports of Progress emailed to full-time families 

January 27: Start of Semester 2/Quarter 3 classes 

Message from the Director

Hello Families, Hopefully, your semester is off to a great start. Next week is a four-day school week. In  honor of Presidents Day, there will be no classes scheduled on Monday. Enjoy! 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

Tip of the Week: Take a Trip on Your Computer: Paris Anyone?

Can’t make it to Louvre in Paris, France this week? The next best thing may be taking a virtual tour where you can learn about specific pieces of art. The Louvre Museum contains the largest art exhibit in the world and is home to such pieces as Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.  Sounds like … Continue reading “Tip of the Week: Take a Trip on Your Computer: Paris Anyone?”

History and Fun this Saturday

Pasadena will host their annual Black History Parade to honor the contributions of African Americans this Saturday.  The parade starts at 10 a.m. at Charles White Park in Altadena and ends at Robinson Park. In addition to the parade, there will be food booths, music, play areas, and more. Look for these events on the … Continue reading “History and Fun this Saturday”

Reagan Museum Living History Day

In honor of Presidents Day, The Reagan Museum is hosting an event on Monday, Feb. 19, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. History will come alive as presidential and first lady look-alikes mingle with visitors. Food will be available for purchase, but the actual event is free. If you want to enter the museum or … Continue reading “Reagan Museum Living History Day”

Backpacks Full of Hope: You Can Help

Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico nearly eight months ago, and still today more than 50 percent of the U.S. territory is without electricity or drinking water. There is much more rebuilding, roofing in dire need of repair, farms that supply food for the island need to be restored, and water filtration systems need repair or … Continue reading “Backpacks Full of Hope: You Can Help”

Course Facilitator Spotlight: Kellie Kontis

I’ve been doing my true calling for 19 years, and that’s working in education. I graduated from CSUN years ago with a bachelor’s degree in film and television and actually worked in that field for several years before entering the teaching profession. My heart was not in it, so I went on to earn my … Continue reading “Course Facilitator Spotlight: Kellie Kontis”

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