Laurel School News
Laurel Afterschool Program InfoSign up now for Laurel After School Programs! Skateboarding, cooking, sports, acting - we have it all!Upcoming First Grade Music Concert, March 13First graders have been hard at work in music, learning to play Orff instruments, singing songs, and learning new dances and games. They will be sharing this learning as part of a Grade Level Music Concert next month. All of the first grade classes will be joining together to share songs and dances from different continents, inspired by the book, Throw Your Tooth On The Roof: Tooth Traditions from Around the World. The performance will take place on Friday, March 13th, 2:15-2:45 in the Multi at the Lower Campus. Student will be singing, dancing, and playing instruments, as well as sharing stories of different tooth traditions. Parents and family members are invited to attend.Laurel Family Math Night Upper CampusMarch 18, 2020 5:30 pm -7:00 pmBring the whole family for an evening of fun with the Laurel community! Help us celebrate math with art, building, puzzles, games, and get ideas for continuing the fun at home. Come explore what your student has been doing in math class. Contribute to a community math art project. Engage in body-scale activities such as life-size building and interactive mazes. Try a scavenger hunt, enter our estimation jar challenges, and much, much more -- you might even challenge Principal Creighton to a game! Hope to see you there!Newbery Winning Author Visits Laurel Fourth Grade Classes on Friday, March 20th!ABOUT THE BOOK:Newbery Medalist Avi brings us mud-caked, ten-filled San Francisco in 1848 with a willful heroine who goes on an unintended - and perilous - adventure to save her brother.The Reading Bug is thrilled to host Avi at your school! This is a wonderful and important book for every Californian to read...be sure to order your author-signed copy! Use the link below to pre-order author-signed copies for your student!All orders due by March 6th:Laurel STEAM Fair Workshop Sign UpLaurel’s annual STEAM Fair is coming on Friday, April 17! This is one of the best days of the year - with students learning, exploring, and experiencing science, technology, engineering, arts, and math through workshops led by our amazing parent volunteers.
NEW PROCESS THIS YEAR! Student sign-ups for STEAM Fair workshops will be first-come, first-served. You will receive an email through ParentSquare with a sign-up link on Monday, March 16 at 9:00pm.
You will have the opportunity to select 4 workshops for students in grades K-2 and/or 3 workshops for students in grades 3-5. Once a workshop is full, it will no longer be available for sign-ups. Please submit workshop requests only once per student.
To make the process as seamless as possible, we recommend you review these list of workshops with your student(s) ahead of time and make note of their top preferences.
However, please know that every student will participate in outstanding experiences!
Alert - if you are volunteering at the STEAM Fair, your workshop will be listed next to your student's name, but you will still need to select that workshop for your child as one of their sessions.