Re-Enroll NOW for the 2020/2021 School Year!
If you have not sent back your Intent to Return, please do so.
Intent to Return Forms were sent home on Tuesday, February 18, 2020.
PARENT/GUARDIAN ACTION REQUIRED.
We hope your child is having a wonderful learning experience at iLEAD! It’s been an incredible journey this school year, and we are looking forward to your child continuing this journey with us for the remainder of his/her educational career. We will be offering grades TK – 8 for the 2020/2021 school year.
Because open enrollment to the public has begun, with a lottery being scheduled for April 3, 2020, we would like to plan early for the upcoming school year. If you would like to reserve a space for your child for the 2020/2021 academic year, please take a moment to complete the re-enrollment form and return it to iLEAD with your child or hand-deliver it to the office. This form and sibling Intent to Enroll form are due now.
If there is a sibling who will be attending iLEAD for 2020-2021, indicate this on the form. You will need to submit an Intent to Enroll now. In accordance with our Charter, any sibling listed on this form will be automatically placed in a class or given priority status (if a spot is not available) for the upcoming school year upon receipt of all registration documents. Instructions will be given about completing registration requirements for returning learners at a later date.
Please note: If this form is not returned, we will not be able to guarantee your child’s placement and he/she will have to go through the lottery process with all other prospective applicants.
Feel free to share the news about our open enrollment period with others who may be interested in iLEAD. We anticipate very few openings in all grade levels. Campus tours are scheduled on Mondays at 9:00 a.m., so please invite those you know to contact the school as soon as possible.
Thank you again for making iLEAD your home, where the kindness and warmth of our community stand as a testament to our principles and mission.
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