rocketOn Friday, November 17th, in the gym, the third grade students will be showing off their square dancing skills from 2:00 to 2:30 p.m. Parents are invited to attend this Intergalactic Event. Hope to see you there!

techtoolsStudents in second and third grade have been busy using lots of technology tools to enhance their writing. They have been creating their own storybooks using a great tool called Wixie. Students use technology to help them in all steps of the writing process. They start by brainstorming in a story planner on google docs and using the app read&write for google chrome. This extension is a powerful tool that helps students gain confidence as readers and writers. 

preschoolThe preschoolers recently enjoyed field trips to Moulton Farm where they rode through the fields on a tractor ride, toured the farm store and saw the many different kinds of pumpkins that are sold. Bumpy, roly pumpkins have been a recent theme in class as the students learned how giant pumpkins are grown, painted paper pumpkins using red and yellow paint, carved pumpkins into Jack O' Lanterns, found words that begin with “Pp” and numbered pumpkins from 1 to 5 for the song “Five Little Pumpkins.”

nutOverall, food allergies affect nearly 15 million people in the United States. Peanut & tree nut allergies alone affect 3 million Americans, a number that, for unknown reasons, has risen 18% since 1997. Food allergy reactions can affect any of the four following areas of the body:
Skin: itchy red bumps (hives); eczema; redness & swelling of the face or extremities; itching & swelling of the lips, tongue or mouth.
Gastrointestinal tract: abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.

halloweenTeam Inter-Lakes Families,

Our annual K-6 Halloween parade will be held on Tuesday, October 31st @ 2 p.m. on the ILHS track. Students will walk up to the track with their classroom teachers and do a “ghostly lap” then head back down to their classrooms.

Important to Note: Parents who are planning on watching the parade are welcome to walk with their child back to their classrooms. Teachers can dismiss those students directly from the classroom to their parent(s).

Parking for the parade will be readily available in the lower lot of the high school, as well as the I-LES parking lot. Please do not park on the side of the road between the high school and elementary school, as this will block car traffic, as well as block our children walking to and from the track.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the school at 279-7968.

conference2Teachers in grades PK-6 will be holding Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences on October 20th. There will be no school on that day for students.
In grades PK-6, the goal is to hold Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences with every family as part of the PK-6 reporting process. The conferences allow students, parents and teachers to discuss progress and set goals for the first half of the year. If, for some reason, parents cannot attend a conference, the teacher and student will hold the conference.

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