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.


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  • Robotics at Carver 4-13-19

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    First place in Sumo Challenge at the Robotics Showcase: Taylor Johnson and Ray-Hanna Kirk

    Third place in Sumo Challenge at the Robotics Showcase: Shyanne White-Wellington and Carmin Moore

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    Spring Break will begin on Friday, April 19.

    We welcome our Leopards back on Monday, April 29.


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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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    Remind is a great way to text questions and get quick announcements from administration. Sign up today!

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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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    Parents of students who will be in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade: This year your child will use a brand new chromebook that is assigned just to them. Parents are required to attend an orientation before a student is allowed to take the device home. There is a $25 tech fee along with each device that also has to be paid before chromebooks can go home with students. 

    Online Chromebook payment link

    If you wish to pay the Chromebook fee for 3rd-5th graders online, please click on the following link.

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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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    You can tag us in posts by adding @LHESLeopards 



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A Pep Talk From Kid President