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                    Spring Break!

  • Monday, April 14th - Friday, April 18th

    School and the Office will be CLOSED. School will reopen on Monday, April 21st at the regular time.

  • Spring SOL schedule

    Our spring testing schedule has been determined. Please take a click on the link above to see the full list of dates by grade level, as well as tips on how you can help your child be successful.


               

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  • Earth Day Poster Project

    To celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd, we are inviting all students to create a poster to motivate Laurel Hill staff and students to recycle and take good care of our planet. The posters are due by Monday, April 21st. They will be shared on Earth Day during a special Morning News Show. All posters will also hang in the hallways of Laurel Hill to inspire and motivate everyone to be good stewards of our environment. See the flier for more details and suggested themes.

  • End of the Year Make-Up Snow Day Schedule Determined

    The School Board has set the schedule for the end of the school year. Extra days have been added to calendar to make up some of the many snow days we had this year. Monday, June 23rd will be a regular Monday schedule (1:50 p.m. dismissal); Tuesday, June 24th will be a regular Tuesday schedule (3:50 p.m. dismissal); and Wednesday, June 25th – the last day – will be an early dismissal, with the exact time to be determined. Please update your calendars accordingly.

  • Advanced Academic School-Based Program (Levels II and III) Spring Screening Information

    All students in grades K through 5 will be screened for AAP Level II or III services for the 2014-2015 school year by a local screening committee.  Parents or guardians may also submit an Advanced Academic Programs Level II-III Referral form for their student.  This form, as well as additional information about AAP Levels of Service, can be found on the AAP website at http://www.fcps.edu/is/aap.  Referral forms are also available in the front office at Laurel Hill. If a parent or guardian chooses to complete a Level II-III referral form, it must be submitted to Jeane Fahrenthold, Advanced Academics Resource Teacher, no later than Thursday, May 1, 2014. 


  • Parents of Current 5th Graders: Tdap Vaccine Booster Needed to Begin 6th Grade in the Fall

    Effective July 1, 2006, all students in Virginia must receive a booster dose of Tdap vaccine prior to entering sixth grade, if at least five years have passed since the last dose of tetanus toxoid-containing vaccine (DTP, DTaP, DT, or Td). Please check your child’s immunization records carefully. If your child is required to have a Tdap booster, we ask that your child receive it and that you provide documentation to the school prior to June 20, 2014. This
    documentation can be a copy of your child’s immunization record, or a note from your physician listing the date of his or her most recent Tdap booster shot. The Tdap booster can be obtained from your child’s physician. Immunizations required for school are also
    available at the Fairfax County Health Department at no charge. Sixth graders cannot begin school in the fall without documentation of having had the Tdap booster or having had a tetanus-containing vaccine within the past five years. Click here for more information.

  • Calling All New Kindergarteners!

    Do you have a child who will turn 5 before September 30, 2014? If so, please be sure to fill out the FCPS Survey of Preschool Children, which was sent home with all Laurel Hill students last week, and return it to school as soon as possible. If you don’t have a rising kindergartener yourself, please share the form with neighbors or friends who do. This form is important to us, as it helps us plan our kindergarten staff and classrooms for the coming year. Also, please note that this year's Kindergarten Registration will be held on Monday, April 28th at 6:30 p.m. For more information, please visit our Kindergarten 2014 page.


Ongoing Programs and Information

  • Do You Need to Enroll Your Child? Interested in Taking a Tour of School?
    If you need to register your child, please contact our registrar, Gloria Leckner, at 703-551-5300 to schedule an appointment. Information on required documents and forms is available on the main FCPS Student Registration page. If you would like to take a tour of the school, please contact our Parent Liaison, Melanie Crosby Hardy, at macrosby@fcps.edu or 703-551-5308. Tours are available on Tuesdays and Thursday, by appointment only.


  • Do You Need to Set Up a Parent View Account?

    For directions on how to set up your account and receive your validation code, click here. Once you receive your code, you must bring it to the school office to complete the registration in person..


  • Donate to our school through the Office Depot/AdoptaSchool.org Partnership

    Office Depot has partnered with AdoptaSchool.org to support donations to classrooms. One of our Laurel Hill teachers –second-grade teacher Lauren Walsh – has registered her classroom as a recipient of donations to support math instruction. To make a donation, visit http://www.adoptaclassroom.org/realchange/. All donations of $25 or more will allow you to choose your teacher/classroom. Search under either "Laurel Hill" or "Lauren Walsh" to find our specific program.

 

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