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 6:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Inter-Lakes Middle Tier 7-8 can be reached at 279-5312 during the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  In the event of an emergency related to a seventh or eighth grader, you may contact the Inter-Lakes High School Office at 279-6162 between 4:00-5:00 p.m.

 

The Parent/Teacher Conference Day for K-8 originally on the calendar for January 26, 2018 was rescheduled to March 16, 2018.  There will be no parent/teacher conferences on January 26, 2018.  Further information regarding the conference day on March 16, 2018 will be coming soon.

josephThe Inter-Lakes High School and Middle Tier Theater Companies will hold auditions for their upcoming production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.  There are MANY roles and everyone who auditions will be in the show.  All roles are open and casting will be gender neutral.  In addition, we are looking for dancers for one or two specific dances.  So if you would like to be in the show but can't commit to the entire rehearsal schedule, you have a chance to have a dance role.
Join us for auditions in the high school cafeteria on January 8, 5:30-6:30 or January 9, 3:15-4:15.  Audition songs and the audition dance can be found at http://www.interlakes.org/ilhs-theater-company.html

vapeHappy New Year everyone! There has been a drug gaining in popularity due to its compactness and discreet use. It is called vaping. Initially they were referred to as electronic cigarettes for people to use to decrease their intake of nicotine, but lately they have been more targeted towards teens and younger. The vape pens have several different looks to them, but they all have a main body part where there are batteries and the part that heats it up, the cartridge which is concentrated liquid nicotine, and the mouthpiece.  It will heat up the liquid and people smoke it with minimal smell.  They are small enough to put into your pocket unnoticed.  Some even have flavors such as very berry slushie, cinnamon roll, mint, coffee and so many others. Some kids try vaping for just the flavor, because who else would this be targeting except young kids?  No matter what the label says, smoking anything is dangerous for bodies, especially young bodies. The contents of the cartridge itself is extremely poisonous, especially to curious little hands. Smoking will always affect your lungs, throat, and bronchial tubes and no chemical is safe to smoke.  Most liquids have nicotine in them even if they claim they do not.

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. 

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