Growing Greatness

Mission Statement

  • It is the mission of Laurel Hill Elementary to nurture a successful community of life-long learners in a global society through high academic and social expectations for all students.


  • Thanks for all of your support!

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  • Boys and girls, 

    We have almost 100 overdue library books.

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    Look at the board in the library for ideas of where to look. 


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  •                  Scholastic Book Fair

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    Thank you so much for your support!

    We raised $3100.00 to buy books and supplies for the library!


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    Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays

    ----Open until 4:00

    *Students are welcome to come in, read and take A.R. tests!!

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  • Remember that students need to maintain a certain average as well as earn their points in order to attend the AR event at the end of the year.

    1st grade-70%

    2nd grade-75%

    3rd-5th grade--80%

    This reinforces our Leopard "High Academic Expectations".

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  •  Boxtops     

    Our School earned over $900 from Boxtops in 2017-2018.

    Keep clipping!  Turn them in to Mrs. Jorgensen in the library.  

    They can be put in a ziploc bag and turned in for a treat!!

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A Pep Talk From Kid President