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A safe place for children to grow, learn, and play. Our students learn to work in teams, with the teacher and with each other. Our curriculum includes music, art, physical education, and technology lessons  as well as core subjects. Our students use a variety of tools – from computers to costumes – to make learning fun as well as educational. Our families and friends come from around the world. Our SCA’s annual food drive is just one service-learning project that helps make our students good citizens. All of our staff members are true heroes, every day.



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  • Holiday-Related Schedule Changes


    On Wednesday, November 25, students will be dismissed two hours early at 2:05 p.m. The Front Office will close at 3 p.m.
    On Thursday, November 26, and Friday, November 27, school and the office will be CLOSED.
    School will reopen on Monday, November 30, at the regular time.

  • New Safe Routes to School Initiative Gets Walking and Rolling!

    Laurel Hill kicked off its new "Walk and Roll to School" initiative with its first "Walk and Roll Day" on Tuesday, November 24. Arrival and dismissal time included interactive sculpture building by children who walked or rolled by bike (or other non-motorized wheels) to school. Each one got to add a LEGO-type brick in the color of their choice to the big baseplate, and the sculpture grew with each student arriving for the day.This new initiative – designed to increase healthy activity and decrease Kiss & Ride congestion – is funded in part by a grant from the Virginia Department of Transportation's Safe Routes to Schools program. Watch for more "Walk and Roll" events coming soon!

  • Please Join Us for Our December's Principal's Coffee - Thursday, December 3,
    7 p.m.
    Would you like to hear about the latest Laurel Hill happenings straight from the principal? Do you have questions or concerns to discuss with theadministrative team? If so, please plan tojoin Principal Janice Dalton at our November Principal’s Coffee. It will be held on Thursday, December 3, in the Cafeteria. All parents and guardians are invited to attend!

  • Fall Portrait Make-Up and Retake Day - Friday, December 4

    If you are new to our school, your child was absent on the day pictures were taken, or you are not happy with the portraits you received, we will be offering make-ups and retakes on Friday, December 4. If you ordered a package from the first photo session and you wish to have your child’s picture retaken, please be sure to send the entire package to school with your child to return to the photographer. If you are new or your child was absent, you will receive a portrait package order form in your child’s Wednesday folder. Further retake information is available in the front office.

  • Fall Book Fair Is Coming Soon - Monday, December 7 through Thursday, December 10! Volunteers Needed!

    The LHES PTA's next big event spotlights all things books and reading. It's the annual Laurel Hill Book Fair! It will be held in the Laurel Hill Library Monday, December 7 through Thursday, December 10 Family Night will be Tuesday, December 8 from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Please watch your child’s Wednesday folder for more information about the Fair and about how you can help.
    We need lots of volunteers to make this event a success. Please visit to sign up to volunteer.

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  • Thanks for Coming to "Books & Blankets"!

    Our first-ever family literacy night had a sell-out crowd! Thank you to all the families who came out to enjoy a good story with good friends. Special thanks to the PTA for putting together this great event, to all the volunteers, and especially to our great guest readers! Look for more family-friendly PTA events coming soon!

  • Standards-Based Grading System Explained!

    Are you confused about what all those 1s, 2s, 3s, and 4s mean on your child's recent Progress Report? If so, click on the links below to learn more about our grading and reporting system in elementary school.

    Narrated Powerpoint on Elementary Progress Report

    Elementary Progress Report: Frequently Asked Questions
    What Do the Grades/Marks Mean?
    Elementary Grading and Reporting Handbook for Parents


Ongoing Programs and Information

  • Laurel Hill Launches Partnership with Lorton Workhouse

    The arts are very important to all of us at Laurel Hill, and that's why we’ve developed a special partnership with our neighbors at the Lorton Workhouse Arts Center. The Arts Center will be working with our students through art classes and activities here at school throughout the year.


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