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!)

 

Music Sharing Week (March 23rd-27th)

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Music Sharing Week was a lot of fun - hundreds of students performed on instruments or by singing or dancing. Thanks to the parents and staff members who also came in to perform.

 

Kindergarten Registration (May 8th & May 11th)

Kindergarten registration takes place at I-LES and is open to all children who reside in the Inter-Lakes School District (Meredith & Center Harbor) and who will be five years of age by September 30, 2015.
Registration takes approximately 1 1/4 hrs. and parents must bring their child to this registration. To schedule an appointment, please call the school at 279-7968 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. & 2:00 p.m. Once your child’s appointment has been scheduled, a registration packet will be available at Inter-Lakes Elementary School’s main office for you to pick up and complete prior to registration day.

 

Grade 2 News

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Wow, what a fun time we had last week making bread! We hope you enjoyed your loaf; the kids sure had fun working together to make the dough. Our bread making culminated our study of nutrition and eating from the balanced food groups.
We are now moving on to researching and report writing. Our second graders got a jumpstart on the process of gathering information when we were asked to research corn and present our findings to the panel of judges during Reading Across America Week.

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Greenhouse Happenings

greenhouse4-14It’s been another very busy week in the I-LES Living Classroom. Second graders planted peas, carrots and kale and their radishes have already sprouted. Third grade has planted three different varieties of carrots. Fourth grade has been working very hard making more garden beds, hauling dirt and picking rocks from the soil. They have also made more potting mix, planted lettuces and started cucumbers inside.

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Guidance Department

As you probably know, this is the time of year to plan for classroom placement for all students for the 2015/2016 school year. Classroom teachers and other staff members will be working with me to create classes for next year. We consider the needs of all students, including their personalities and learning styles as we create balanced classrooms that promote an optimal learning environment. Most parents feel comfortable with this process. However, if you feel your child’s teacher needs additional information that would be helpful for your child’s learning next year, please feel free to discuss this with her. Please submit this information, in writing, to me prior to May 5th or email me at ashley.shuffleton@interlakes.org.

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Grade 3 News

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“On Monday, we weren't sure of the busy week ahead of us for Read Across America Week, March 16-20.
A woman came in. Her name was Mrs. Hamel. She came to our class to talk about bees and how they are very important. Here is a fact about bees. They all curl up in a ball so their body heat keeps them warm.
Then, two men called Ben and Kyle came in and read us a story about a family that was growing a carrot but it wouldn’t grow so, when little sister found out, she went out and started to sing and dance. The carrot grew and grew and grew.

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Inter-Lakes Elementary School | 21 Laker Lane | Meredith, NH 03253
603-279-7968