Author: iLEAD Spring Meadows

iLEAD Spring Meadows offers a bright future for your child by providing Project Based Deeper Learning that promotes the development of the Collaboration, Critical Thinking & Problem Solving Skills needed for life-long success.

iLEAD Student Aerospace Projects

Countdown to iLEAD Student Aerospace Project Winners Announcement

All of us familiar with aerospace projects know that sometimes things do not go exactly as planned and launches get rescheduled. We have aRead More

Parent University

Help Support iLEAD Spring Meadows

Did you know that you can help iLEAD Spring Meadows grow and provide additional resources by just doing the things you’re already doing everyRead More

Study

State AIR Testing Begins April 1st for Grades 3-8

We begin our State Assessments (AIR assessment) next week. Make sure you are at school every day and on time! Testing sessions will runRead More

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The 2019 Vision in Education Benefit Dinner is Coming

iLEAD Spring Meadows is getting ready for the 2019 Vision in Education Benefit Dinner, Saturday, May 11. The Vision in Education Award recognizes aRead More

Exercise

Session 4 Dance, Martial Arts, and Newly Added Yoga

Register now for session 4 Dance and Martial Arts, and this session includes yoga, too! Eight-week sessions are only $45. We don’t want anyoneRead More

Before and After School Care

It’s Time to Re-Enroll!

If you haven’t already registered for next year, now is the time! Seats and classes are filling quickly, so secure your spot now! AttachedRead More

BFOH Team

Backpacks Full of Hope Returns to Puerto Rico and You Can Help!

Last year, a group of 19 iLEAD learners and chaperones traveled to Puerto Rico over spring break to assist with relief efforts in theRead More

Seussical

iLEAD Spring Meadows Presents “Seussical The Musical”

Save the date for May 17th-18th. Ticket information will be available soon! Join Ms. Katie and Mr. B. as they explore the world ofRead More

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Attendance Matters!

The State of Ohio has issued a new attendance policy that requires schools to withdraw learners after 72 consecutive hours of absences, without aRead More