Inter-Lakes School District

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The annual Celebration of Learning is scheduled for this Thursday, May 23rd. Don’t forget to stop by the PTO area to enter our raffles and bid on the Silent Auction. Raffle tickets will be $1 for 1 ticket; $5 for 6 tickets and $10 for 15 tickets. We are thankful to have received so many great items to raffle off, including passes to Clark’s Trading Post, Red Jacket/Kahuna Laguna, Whale’s Tale, Jump ‘n Joy, and the Squam Lakes Science Center. Nevertheless, we are still accepting donations. If you know of any businesses willing to donate items or gift cards, please email pto@interlakes.org for more information or drop off gift cards/items in the PTO box in the main office. We are also looking forward to seeing all of the amazing baskets that each of our classes are putting together for the raffle. Thank you so much for your generosity!

Information and permission slip forms for Summer B.L.A.S.T. and Adventures in Math Program (Grades 5-6) were sent home last week.  Please send back these forms indicating whether or not they are attending as soon as possible. Please be sure to let us know if you need transportation.  If you have any questions about Summer B.L.A.S.T. contact Alesia Parks at alesia.parks@interlakes.org and if any questions regarding Adventures in Math Program please contact Stephanie Howard at stephanie.howard@interlakes.org or by calling the school at 279-7968.

Thank you AltrusaLast week we held kindergarten registration and the local Altrusa organization provided special bags to all of the incoming kindergartners.  The bags were filled lots of fun learning things including a new book. We really appreciate Altrusa partnering with us as we welcome new students into our school.

Kindergarteners and Jake the Naturalist

Kindergarten students continue to learn about weather, our environment and seasonal changes that occur in New Hampshire. This week Jake, the Naturalist from Prescott Farm met with each class for about an hour. We went on a scavenger hunt along one of the many paths surrounding our school. Students spotted many signs of spring, including the last bit of snow in a shady area, birds, ducks, insects, mud, grass and even some frog eggs.

 

This episode includes a Read Across America preview , Winter Carnival recap and a behind the scenes look at how a Blue Wave Broadcaster Episode is made.

Inter-Lakes School District | 103 Main Street | Meredith, NH 03253
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