Inter-Lakes School District

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Welcome to Inter-Lakes Elementary School

"Home of the Blue Wave" where our school motto is DYB (Do Your Best!)


Square Dance!

Do-si-do and away we go! Dr. Kelley was surprised with a unique opportunity to practice “early retirement” by “riding off into the sunset” on a real horse!


Student Leadership Food Drive

foodThe Student Leadership Food Drive is in full swing! Students in preschool through grade 6 are encouraged to contribute non-perishable food items to be donated to the Meredith Food Pantry this holiday season. The food drive runs from November 9th through December 3rd. Please help us by sending in your donations with your child(ren), or drop them off at the I-LES office. Thank you for your contributions!


Instant alert


If you have never logged into Instant Alert and set up your account with your own personal preferences, we strongly urge you to do so ASAP. If you currently have an account set up, please log in and check your contact information as this information is NOT updated or changed by the school from year to year. Please go to to create an account or check your existing account.


Tournament of Science

tournamentofscienceOn Tuesday, November 24th, students at I-LES were treated to a special program entitled: The Tournament of Science. The program was fully funded by the Geralynn Anne Fountain Memorial Fund. Geralynn Fountain was an I-LES para-educator who lost her life after a courageous battle against cancer. The mission of the Geralynn Ann Fountain Memorial Fundis to inspire young people through education. Members of Geralynn’s family, including her parents, brother, and daughter, were on hand to watch the show.
The Tournament of Science assembly featured scientist/performer Mark Goldstein and involved 18 I-LES students, chosen at random, who competed in a series of science experiments. 


Grade 4 News


Do you know what the seven regions of the State of New Hampshire are? The I-LES fourth graders do! They are working on research projects of their choice to show information learned about the New Hampshire region of their choice. Some students are creating “green screen” advertisements of their region. Others are designing board games, pamphlets or dioramas. It has been interesting and exciting to learn all about the diverse regions of the great State of New Hampshire!



BlueWave Broadcasters

 Halloween Parade Survey

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Inter-Lakes Elementary School | 21 Laker Lane | Meredith, NH 03253