Welcome to Inter-Lakes Middle Tier
Inter-Lakes Middle Tier (I-LMT) serves students in grades 5-8 from Sandwich, Meredith and Center Harbor. Students in grades 5-6 attend Inter-Lakes Elementary School while students in grades 7-8 attend Inter-Lakes Junior/Senior High School.
Inter-Lakes Elementary School can be reached at 279-7968 during the hours of 7:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Inter-Lakes Middle Tier 7-8 can be reached at 279-5312 during the hours of 7:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. In the case of an emergency related to a seventh or eighth grader you may contact the Inter-Lakes High School Office at 279-6162 between 3:45-5:00 p.m.
Time to Start Practicing!
When: Thursday, April 6, 3:15 - 4:30 p.m.
Where: I-LES Gym
Admission Fee: $1.00 / Raffle Tickets 50¢ each
Every student attending the game needs to have $1.00 for admittance and a permission slip from a parent/guardian. There will be NO CALLS home on the day of the game for forgotten money or permission slips.
Sign-ups are taking place for spring sports for seventh and eighth grade students. Students can sign-up in Student Support Services to participate in a spring sport. Sports available to students this spring include Track, Golf, Baseball, and Softball. To be eligible to participate on the first day of practice, students must be registered online to the athletic director by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 24th. The first practice date is set for Monday, March 27th.
Music Sharing Week is March 20th to the 24th. This is a very special week where students, staff, and parents share their musical talent during music class. Students can sing, dance, play piano, play band instruments, or other instruments they bring in from home. Parents are invited to come in and share also. Please email Mrs. Krisak for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
Each year the National Education Association of New Hampshire holds an Arts and a Writing Contest to honor Martin Luther King. “Entries needed to reflect the students’ understanding of Dr. King Jr.’s words to their lives as well as to life in general. It is important that each student learn about Dr. King Jr.’s life and legacy and understand how his work continues to impact civil rights and social justice issues today.”
“We love you Chef Pat.! “Best chef ever!” “Can you please come back again?” were the words from the Inter-Lakes Middle Tier seventh grade class as Pat finished his cooking class. Patrick Hall the coordinator of the culinary program at Lakes Region Community College, attended the seventh grade career module at Inter- Lakes High School. He shared his passion for cooking, which motivated and inspired our students to bombard him with questions.