Character Education at Laurence is an important part of our curriculum. We always "Keep Kind in Mind."
Last Saturday was the second annual Laurence Invitational Math Tournament. One hundred fifteen students - 23 teams - from Laurence and area schools competed. We event had alumni (and former Mathletes) came to help administer the event. A special congratulations to all of our Mathletes who placed in the tournament! Click on "Read More" to learn how our teams did and to see photos.
Black History Month is a wonderful opportunity to honor the past and inspire the future. Throughout our library classes this month we have been focusing our research skill-building - already part of our library curriculum - on inspiring African American individuals who have made, or who are making, a difference in our world. Additionally, our 4th grade class honored Black History Month with an incredible performance at last week's assembly.
We were excited to welcome Dr. Robin Berman back as a Parent Education speaker this week! Click "Read More" for a link on her presentation on the talk. Be sure to save the date for our next, and final talk of the school year on Tuesday, March 24th at 8:00 a.m., with Dr. Michele Borba. Read on for more information.