Inter-Lakes School District

...Home of the Lakers


"Home of the Blue Wave"


Looking for clean, lightly used or new: Snow pants, Winter coats, Boots, Gloves/Mittens, New Hats

 When:  November 1, 2019 from 10am – 5pm  (or while supplies last) at the ILES Kiosk area

 Drop off items for donation:  At the ILES Health Office 

Boy with snowmanTo make alternate arrangements: please call Teresa McCormack, School Nurse/ILES 279-7968

Help our environment and our neighbors. Recycle your children’s winter clothing by donating to the I-LES Winter Clothing Boutique. It is an opportunity to assist families in the Inter-Lakes community who would like to obtain outdoor winter clothing for their child at no cost.

Last year, over 100 coats were recycled and put to good use to keep our kiddos and young adults warm through the winter!  Drop off clean winter clothing in gently used or new condition at the ILES health office. Any remaining items wll be donated to the Meredith Hearts & Hands Thrift Shop, a non-profit organization located at 8 Maple St #4, Meredith. 


Digital Citizenship word artThis year, in September, students in kindergarten through sixth grade will be spending time talking about digital citizenship. In today's world, going online allows us to connect to a much larger community. This gives our students opportunities to learn, connect, and collaborate in lots of great ways. Unfortunately there are lots of digital dilemmas that students also face like cyberbullying, safety and balancing screen time. At Inter-Lakes we focus on a digital citizenship curriculum from Common Sense Media. These lessons help guide students to handle challenges, stay safe online and contribute in a positive way to the digital community. For more information about guiding students toward making healthy media choices please visit

culture around the globeWe are off to a great start on our journey around the world! My name is Mrs. Bird, and I am so excited to have joined team Inter-Lakes - and in such a fun way! Even as I am still getting to meet the students, they are all welcoming me, IN MANY LANGUAGES, with big smiles and open minds. I’ve already received wonderful questions, requests and ideas from eager students who want to learn so much...what more could a teacher ask?!
As the year progresses we will learn as much as we can together about as many places as possible. We will learn about customs, style, music, celebrations, traditions, and of course languages of many countries, including our own. Our goal is to better understand ourselves and others so that we may respect and appreciate the commonalities and differences between us.

gym shoe clipart sneakersAll K-6 students at I-LES will have Physical Education (PE) class twice a week for 50 minutes each. On their PE days, students must be wearing or change into sneakers before class. Third through sixth grade students will be physically active outside during most PE classes until it gets too cold. Kindergarten through second grade classes will mostly remain in the gymnasium on PE days. All classes will do a variety of movement skills, games, strategy, fitness and teamwork during the year in Physical Education. If you ever have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the PE Teachers: Mr. JP Swift and Mrs. Nancy Bickford


The advanced band started rehearsing and practicing together in lessons and rehearsals this week.  We are looking forward to a great year with many fun performance opportunities such as: Winter and Spring Concerts, Memorial Day Parade, NH Fisher Cats baseball game performance and a performance on the MS Mt. Washington.  

Please remember to sign and return your band contract and order an advanced band/chorus t-shirt (if needed) as soon as possible.  If you need extra copies of contracts, notices or permission slips, or would like to check on dates or details please check out the band website and let Mrs. Hoefs know if you have any questions.

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