Leopard News - 12/5/2021
NO SCHOOL 12/6 and 7, Calendar, Lost and Found, Spirit Week
Mark Your Calendars:
December 6 and 7 - NO SCHOOL - Grading and Professional Activities Days
December 8 - Early release Wednesday. School is out at 1:50
December 13 - 17 Laurel Leopards Spirit Week
December 20 - 31 - NO SCHOOL - Winter Break
January 3 - Back to School - First school day of 2022
School Calendars can always be found HERE
Breakfast and lunch menus are subject to change due to supply chain issues
Volunteers and Teaching Assistants Wanted
Volunteer and Employment Opportunities
We are looking for volunteers and new staff members to support our work here. If you are interested, please see the volunteer interest form or check out the employment page for Junction City School District
Please complete the background check packet attached below and linked HERE
What's Happening at Laurel Elementary
Our Lost and Found is Overflowing!
Please come by this week and check the lost and found if you are missing items. The lost and found will be out front and in the vestibule all week.
Turkey Drive a HUGE Success
Laurel PTO teamed up with classrooms on our 2021 Turkey Drive to provide turkey dinners for 25 Laurel families this year. Thanks for your donations of food and funds to help us with this.
School Wide Celebrations
I'll do this live over zoom and share the video afterwards Way to go, Laurel Leopards!
We are also looking forward to SPIRIT WEEK the week of 12/13 up to winter break.
Laurel Spirit Week: December 13th- 17th
Celebrate our school community by participating in our spirit days!
Monday: Silly Sock Day
Wear your silliest or most mismatched socks!
Tuesday : Hat Day
Wear your favorite hat in school all day!
Wednesday: Dress Up Day
Dress up like your favorite book character, a favorite activity, or sports team.
Thursday: Silly Hair Day
Do your hair in a silly way!
Friday: Pajama/Holiday Sweater Day
Come to school in your favorite PJ’s or a Holiday Sweater!
Library Check Out Returning to Laurel
Staff has been busy reassembling our library after the space was converted to use as a classroom last year to adhere to covid safety protocols. This is really exciting for us as we look forward to having kids able to check out reading materials for reading at home. Look for more information on this in coming weeks. We will be looking for volunteers to help with check out and library upkeep. See the volunteer information below.