Monday message 10.12.2020

iLEAD Spring Meadows

Dear iLEAD Families,

We have had a fun and productive first five weeks of school! Projects are underway, virtual Presentations of Learning are being planned, assessments are done, and goals are being set. We have wrapped up MAP assessments and will be starting to develop Individualized Learning Plans (ILPs) for every learner. Learners will be able to monitor and measure their growth toward their goals in their ILPs over the course of the year. Your learner’s facilitator will be sending out a sign-up to participate in the ILP meeting with your learner via Zoom. If you haven’t received information from your learner’s facilitator yet, please reach out to them via email or call the school office to get in touch. Click here to learn more about ILPs.

We are entering week six in PowerSchool. Remember that for blended learning, day one of the learning week is the first day that learners are on campus for the week. Virtual learners and learners in Cohort A have day one on Monday. Learners in Cohort B have day one on Thursday. Learners will complete days one and two on campus and focus on days three through five in PowerSchool on their off-site days.

Have a great week!

Sarah Hawley
School Director

Upcoming Events


Click here for the academic calendar

October 11 – 15 – MAP Testing

October 15 – School Pictures (Retakes November 19)

October 18-22 – Fall Break, No School For Learners, Staff Professional Development

October 29 – Storybook Costume Parade

October 30 – iLEAD Spring Meadows’ Trunk-Or-Treat Outdoor Fall Fest

November 19 –  School Picture Retakes

Take a Tour Tuesdays: Every Tuesday at 10:00 AM and 10:30 AM. Sign up here!

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