Monday message 03.17.2021
Patsy Mink is a trailblazer! She is a third-generation Japanese-American, who became the first Asian-American woman (and the first woman from an ethnic minority group) to be elected to the United States Congress in 1964. For four decades, she worked tirelessly to amplify the voices and rights of immigrants, women, and children. She also fought for Title IX, the legislation that brought academic and athletic equity to American educational institutions. If you would like to learn more about Patsy Mink and other influential women, you may want to check out the National Women’s History Museum.
6th-8th Grade Book Club
We are excited about our final virtual book club of the year. Please join us Tuesday, March 23, at 11 a.m. for this fun event!
Student Poster Design Contest
Calling all 6th through 12th graders interested in art! Here is your chance to design a poster for a former Exploration graduate’s upcoming film. See details below:
Attention, iLEAD families of learners in 3rd-8th and 11th grade: We have posted a helpful webinar just for you! In case you missed it the first time around, here is…
Student Support Resources
Here at iLEAD we value the well-being of all our learners. Our Student Support teams are hard at work creating and providing services that target and support the needs of…
Learner University is offering small group lessons to learners struggling in language arts and math. They will provide everything learners need during the sessions. Each session will have two parts…
7 Habits – Synergize
This month’s habit is Synergize, the habit of creative cooperation. Working as a team is sometimes not an easy thing to do. Try these fun activities with your family to…
Learner Spotlight: Mateo and Quinn Garcia
iLEAD Exploration learners Mateo and Quinn Garcia have been homeschooling for three years. Originally, they began homeschooling to have more time together as a family after a particularly trying year….