Monday Message for March 04, 2019

Upcoming Events


Mark your calendars for these upcoming events. Have questions? Call us at (661) 494-7454 or send an email to

  • Learner Internships (Jan. 7 to May 31)
  • Senior Portfolio Preparation (Jan. 7 to May 31)
  • Get Smart Be You Workshop – the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month
  • Friday, April 26th: iLEAD Antelope Valley Region Vision in Education Benefit Dinner (click here)

Message from the Director


Dear Learners and Families,

What’s happening at EG?

The final week of iLEAD Online went well. Many learners showed up and performed well under crunch time. Be ready to see a grade at your check-in this week!

Unfortunately, our Q&A workshop has been pushed back to Wednesday, March 6th. In this workshop, where you will be able to ask us questions related to school or life. Plan ahead and think of something interesting that you’ve always wanted to know more about, and we can learn together! Make sure to attend the Q&A as it is the only day this week to receive participation in workshops. There will be NO SCHOOL next Thursday or Friday, March 7th and 8th.

Finally, labs are beginning! Check your email for your link to join your next Google classroom. You will have one month to explore your online class/project in Google Classroom. Your lab for March is scheduled according to your individualized pacing plan. Your pacing plan can be found at the bottom of any weekly check-in sheet.

Learners, please reach out on days that you are absent. My direct line is (661) 537-3719.

Sha’Kirim “Sha’Ki” Brown



Learner Spotlight – Ashley Daly

AD Learner Spotlight

What is something that people would be surprised to know about you?

  • Ashley can curve her pinky in strange ways.

What is something that you are passionate about?

  • Ashley is passionate about belly dancing.

How has Empower Generations supported you as a learner?

  • Ashley feels supported because she always gets help when she needs it.

Facilitator Spotlight – Mrs. Scott (Counselor)

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What is something that people would be surprised to know about you?

  • Mrs. Scott has loved camping and has been camping every year since the age of three.

What is something that you are passionate about?

  • I am passionate about people, life, and my journey towards making a positive impact on people I serve.

How has Empower Generations changed your perception of education or educational leadership?

  • I feel I have been blessed to empower our young, unique, culture of learners in a way that helps supports one’s life to personal social greatness, leading to overall learner success.

Fun Fact: National Grammar Day

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National Grammar Day is observed across the United States each year on March 4th.

According to Global Language Monitor, the estimated number of words in the English language is 1,025,109. There is some controversy over that figure, but it’s safe to say it is over a million.

Language is something to celebrate. Some people might suggest that grammar is a set of rules for language, but it is a system for understanding language. Understanding the system and the structure helps us to understand each other better and can help us to learn new languages.

There are some hard and fast rules of grammar, though. Even some of those come up for debate from time to time. Have you ever heard of the Oxford comma?