Balance, Boundaries and Empowerment Hands-On Interactive Workshop for Parents
Come learn how Life Balance is connected to Time Management (Fixed Time/Disposable Time). What does having Boundaries mean? Does having Boundaries feel limiting or empowering?
Leonardo Da Vinci Academy is a school where students have fun, where learning relates to real life and prepares them for the future. Visit us during our open house on Wednesday, November 15th from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
See below for videos from our alumni on how proud they are of the school that gave them the foundation to succeed in life.
On Friday, September 22nd LDVA held its annual Corn Roast. The students got the chance to shuck corn; it was wonderful to see the older students help the younger students. We ended the day with an afternoon celebration; we danced, snacked on corn, and got emoji face paintings.
Standards and Procedures are official documents pertaining to the evaluation of student learning. They provide a summary of the evaluation criteria for each subject, and the period during which exams are scheduled. All schools must make these documents available to parents. If any changes are made at a later date, parents must be informed of these changes.
The 2017-2018 standards and procedures can be found on our website throughout the school year.
Our first newsletter of the year! Along with our school's highlights, this month's newsletter has important policy information for parents. Please download the PDF below and read carefully.
LDVA began 2017-2018 with MAGIC IN THE AIR! Our circus themed day, included two magic shows, POUND DRUMS for all students, fair activities and cotton candy, cookie and juice treats. The staff, students, parents, and community members all came together to make LDVA's Welcoming Day a success.
The grade 5 students needed to collaborate in order to reproduce the same type of structure. The students learned that they can persevere through unexpected and challenging problems and that it sometimes takes several tries to solve a problem.
They use students teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving skills in an "Escape Room" secret mission.
Students in grade 6B collaborated in a team building activity. Their mission? To construct the tallest free standing structure using spaghetti and a marshmallows!
LDVA staff and administration have been busy preparing for our new and returning students.
Below, you will find important information to help LDVA parents prepare their children for the first day of school. Please take the time to download and read this information carefully. School staff will be available until June 30th to answer your questions.