snowmanThe children will be sliding, climbing snow banks, and building forts!  We ask that students wear full winter apparel in order to play in the snow, so please send your child with snow pants, boots, coats, hats, and mittens/gloves.
The behavioral expectations at recess are the same, with a few added rules to help ensure everyone’s safety when there is snow and ice.  The following information was shared with teachers, but please review it at home with your child as well:

Sledding:

  • There will be sledding on different hills based on what is age appropriate for the grade level.
  • Only plastic roll-up sleds are allowed, and we ask that sleds be self-powered (rather than students pushing each other).
  • We are asking that only one person ride per sled, sitting upright, and facing forward.
  • Students need to be wearing their snow apparel to play in the snow.
  • Students are welcome to build snow people and forts, but we ask that students not throw/kick snow.
  • There may be slick spots on the playground at times.  We will do our best to monitor and treat the surfaces, but we ask that students refrain from intentionally sliding on the ice.

 

7thgradesoccerOn Friday October 13th, all seventh graders participated in one of our favorite activities of the year - the Seventh Grade World Cup of Soccer!  This grade-wide series of soccer matches was the culmination of two weeks of inter-disciplinary study in the students' specials classes.  In Spanish, Fitness, Music, and Family and Consumer Science students learned about the sport, sports nutrition, the role of national anthems and patriotism in athletics, and the role of soccer in contemporary Latin American society. 

Our school uses “Instant Alert” to send out automated notifications and messages about school cancellations, delays, and early closures. Instant Alert can deliver a message to any of your electronic devices (phones, cell phones, computers, etc.) via text message, voice message, and/or email. You can decide which device(s) receive these messages (you can choose one of your devices or more!).

kiwanisThe Meredith Kiwanis Club has made a generous donation to the Health and Needy Fund that serves students at Inter-Lakes in grades PK-12. Their donation will be used to help students in need purchase footwear. The Meredith Kiwanis has been a long term supporter of students of the Inter-Lakes School District. They have donated thousands of dollars towards scholarships, to the I-L Christmas Fund, the After Prom Party, field experiences, and many other causes. Their efforts have made a huge positive impact on the children of our communities.

parent teacher conferenceTeachers in grades K-12 will be holding conferences on October 20, 2017 from 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. In grades K-6, the goal is to hold parent/student/teacher conferences with every family as part of the K-6 reporting process. The conferences in K-6 allow students, parents, and teachers to discuss progress and set goals for the first half of the year. Please contact your child’s homeroom teacher in grades 5 and 6 to schedule a conference. If for some reason parents cannot attend a conference, the teacher and student will hold the conference.

picturedaySchool pictures will be taken for students in PK-6 on October 11, 2017 at Inter-Lakes Elementary School. Picture envelopes will be sent home with students approximately two weeks before picture day.  In addition to the traditional paper flyer, you will now have the option to order your child’s portraits online.  Online ordering allows you to customize each sheet of your package with different portrait looks and allows you to receive a free digital download of your child's portrait.  You may go to www.mylifetouch.com  to order your child’s photos. The Portrait Day ID is:  LG557346Q0

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