Inter-Lakes School District

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Welcome to Inter-Lakes Elementary School

"Home of the Blue Wave" where our school motto is DYB (Do Your Best!)




A Reminder About I-LES Student Artwork

Parents of students in grades K-2, please pick up your child’s artwork on the day of his/her performance. Grades K-1 student artwork can be found on a back table in the Multi-Purpose Room the day of their concerts. Second grade student art portfolios may be picked up in their classrooms on Friday, June 12th, after their performance. Third and fourth grade students will be bringing
their artwork home during these last few days of school. Some student artwork will be kept to be displayed over the summer and early fall but all work will eventually be sent home.


Grade 3 News


Grade three had some very special visitors a week ago. Students worked all year to earn Junior Ranger Badges. Mrs. Leberman who works for the White Mountain National Forest as their Recreation and Wilderness Program leader visited third grade classrooms four times this year to help students earn their badges. For her final visit, she brought a very special guest, Smokey the Bear. Each student received a pin from Mrs. Leberman and a special badge with a hug or high five from Smokey.


Grade 1 News

Students in first grade spent a great day at the Children’s Museum in Dover last week. We attended a presentation titled “Our Healthy Earth” and learned many interesting facts. We learned that . . .

We should pick up trash we find on the ground to keep our earth clean and healthy.
Recycling is when trash is re-made into something new.
Upcycling is when you take something used and make something new out of it.
Composting is when you make new dirt out of food scraps but not any dairy or meat (it would be really smelly).
What a green building is.


Summer Blast

summerblastSummer BLAST is our three week summer school program. The program is designed to support students in reading, writing and math. Teachers refer students who would benefit from some additional academic support and their families then receive paperwork and a permission slip.
Permission forms have been sent home for Summer BLAST. If your child brought a permission form home, please be sure to return it to I-LES ASAP. Please return this form even if your child will not be participating.


Band Information

bandBand Rehearsals: The last Advanced Band rehearsal is on Tuesday, June 2nd, and the last Beginning Band rehearsal will be on Thursday, June 4th. I would like to thank parents for providing transportation for our young musicians!
Group Lessons: Instrument lessons will continue until Tuesday, June 16th. Please help to remind your child to bring his/her instrument on lesson day. 
SmartMusic: The last day for submitting this year’s assignments is Sunday, June 6th. Students will be automatically enrolled in summer sessions and may choose to send in their performances for feedback from me throughout the summer.


Grade 4 News

grade4May 20th, the fourth graders will travel to Concord to visit the State House and the New Hampshire History Museum. To prepare for this trip, the students have been involved with a variety of “Center Activities” regarding New Hampshire history and government. They also recently completed reports of famous New Hampshirites and how they contributed to New Hampshire. Ask your child to share some of this interesting information with you!

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Inter-Lakes Elementary School | 21 Laker Lane | Meredith, NH 03253