Mondays - Fridays
8:00 a.m. - 4 p.m.
If you have questions or concerns, please call the office at (408)270-4983.
2015-2016 School Calendar
Please remember to call the office for each day that your son or daughter is absent! You can reach us at 408-270-4983.
Visitors on Campus
During school supervision hours, parents and visitors must come through the office and obtain a visitor's badge to enter the Laurelwood campus. For the safety of the students and staff, parents are asked to stay behind the yellow lines during school hours unless they are volunteering in a classroom. All deliveries of lunches, homework, backpacks, etc. should be delivered to the school office to ensure student safety and minimize classroom interruptions. Thank you in advanced for your assistance and support.
Parents of 6th Graders: You will need to provide documentation that your child had a Tdap (whooping cough) booster shot given on or after 7 years old. Our goal is to have ALL 6th grade students provide this documentation before the end of May. If you haven't done so already, check your child immunization record of call your physician to find out when they last had a Tdap vaccination. Once the shot is completed, bring in the immunization record to your child's school they attend NOW so we can document that the requirement has been completed.
Home of the Lions!
A Message from PTA
Hello Laurelwood PTA,
We just wanted to take a minute to remind you of upcoming dates for our meetings. All meetings will take place on campus in the staff room located in the multi-purpose room at 6:00 PM. If there are any inquires regarding Laurelwood PTA, please send any concerns or comments to email@example.com.
Dates to Remember:
October 30th - Harvest Festival from 3:30pm-6:00pm
November 4th - Community Coffee from 8:00am-8:30am
November 13th - Movie Night at 6:00pm
November 17th - PTA Meeting at 6:00pm
All parents are invited!
If you were unable to get your PTA Membership & Pledge Drive form or if you were unable to sign up on the Volunteer Form, both forms are attached for your convenience.
Thank you to everyone who made our Spirit Wear selling a success we truly appreciate all the support!
AmazonSmile Donation Foundation
Laurelwood's Vision Statement
Laurelwood will inspire students to pursue their aspirations, goals, and dreams for the future in a safe and supportive environment.
Laurelwood's Mission Statement
Laurelwood is committed to engaging minds and celebrating creativity. We prepare our students to think critically and independently, while instilling values of respect, hard work, and humility. Setting high expectations, we foster a positive, caring environment to educate the whole child. As educators, we inspire our students to become well-rounded, lifelong learners, prepared to be future leaders.
A partnership of families, staff, and community working together. Agents of change.
Social-Emotional Health Parent Training on 2/4
Project Cornerstone: Take it Personally for Parents
Laurelwood’s First Annual “Spelling Bee”
On January 6th, Laurelwood held its first annual “Spelling Bee” competition. It was a wonderful event with many families participating. A huge “Thank You,” to our pronouncer, Mr. Hunter Elkins and to our judges, Miss Penny Brown, and Mr. Frank Shortt. Congratulations to our participants!
Felicia C., Sina H., Samuel K., Zain A., Philip K., Athena N., Jeanette L., Joseph K., Akash J., Michelle L., Trisha C., Nathan N., Hitiksha B., Savannah W., Annabella T.
A special congratulations to our top three spellers!!
First Place – Felicia C. – Room 16
Second Place – Sina H. – Room 21
Third Place – Samuel K. – Room 16
Laurelwood is PROUD of your achievements!!!
The Evergreen Times Featured Our Spelling Bee
Written Spelling Bee Classroom Winners
Michelle L. (Kemling)
Join us for our oral spelling bee on Wednesday, January 6th at 6pm in Laurelwood's Multi-Purpose Room!
Pick-Up and Drop-Off Procedures
Please help us maintain a safe environment for all students at Laurelwood by driving slowly on Partridge Drive, in the surrounding neighborhood, and into the school. With the elimination of bus transportation, we highly recommend families to walk or carpool. Laurelwood’s parking lot will remain closed to the public between the hours of 7:45 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. and again at the close of the school day from 2:15 p.m. to 2:45 p.m.
We added a new pick-up and drop-off lane (right side of cones) along the curb on Partridge Drive for vehicles turning into the loop. Please stay in vehicle at all times and pull forward along the curb when possible. Do not park on Partridge Drive between the designated "No Parking" zones where the pick-up and drop-off lane is established.
When dropping off your child, pull your vehicle all the way to the front of the loop. Wait in your car while your child is getting out of your vehicle. You are also welcome to park on the street and have your child walk onto school campus using the sidewalks. Eliminating cars driving through the parking lot creates a safer situation for our students, staff, and special needs bus riders. When picking up your child from school, do not leave your car unattended in the drop-off/pick-up zones. We ask that you park in designated parking spaces or on the street if you need to leave your vehicle for any reason. Please do not drive through the parking lot and do not park in the red zones. Thank you for your cooperation.
Traffic Safety Volunteers Needed
Our students' safety is very important! We are seeking volunteers to help with traffic before school and after dismissal. Please consider helping to keep our students and school safe. Contact Dr. Nguyen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the school office at (408) 270-4983.
Social and Emotional Learning
Each week, Laurelwood students receive a lesson utilizing the “Habits of Mind” curriculum as part of their social and emotional learning. So far this year, your child has learned about Persisting, Managing Impulsivity, Listening with Empathy and Understanding, Thinking Flexibly, Metacognition, Striving for Accuracy, and Questioning and Problem Posing. Each lesson is taught for a two-week period to give students the opportunity to practice what they have learned. From 12/14-12/18, students will learn about Applying Past Knowledge to New Situations. You can assist your child by asking what they are learning during their “Habits of Mind” lessons, and by acknowledging their efforts to practice what they have learned.
Walk n' Roll
Parent University - Spring 2016 - Join Today!
If you have any questions, please contact Rhonda Cowdery at email@example.com or call (408)270-6830 to register. You can also register online at: http://esd.k12oms.org/?gid=455
CAASPP 2015 Test Results for Laurelwood Elementary School
A Huge Thank You!
Thank you to all the families that attended our Harvest Festival. A special thank you to all the teachers, parent volunteers, and community members for putting this event together and making it possible. Thank you to our PTA for organizing the event.
Thank you to Vision Martial Arts for a $2,000 donation!
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Dates to Remember
Don't miss out on school functions, activities, plays, and more...
Check the school calendar for up coming events! Dates are subject to change, please visit often.
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Clip Box Tops - Earn Cash for our School
LAURELWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Last school year's earnings: $461.00
This year's goal: $1,000.00
Keep turning in your Box Tops!
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Birthday Book Club
The Birthday Book Club is a great way to celebrate your child's special day & add books to our school library. For more information and forms, stop by the school office.
Dream. Believe. Achieve.
Laurelwood Supply Request
Welcome Back Laurelwood Lions!
Classrooms are prepared for incoming students!
Email Junk Box
Just a reminder to check your junk box for emails from PTA and school staff.