Character Education at Laurence is an important part of our curriculum. We always "Keep Kind in Mind."

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Black History Month is an important time in the Library. Throughout the grades, Library classes are infused with a focus on celebrating and discussing Black and African American authors, inventors, heroes, and leaders, as well as key historical events.

Black History Month Celebration

Since 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month. The 2023 theme, “Black Resistance,” explores how African Americans have resisted historic and ongoing oppression since the nation's earliest days. Throughout the month, we will be celebrating the achievements of African Americans in every classroom and at our RWB&G assemblies. 

The Chess Mates Heat up the Winter Chess Challenge

The team worked hard and played five rounds of chess over six hours against some of the toughest players in Los Angeles. It was cold. It rained. But the weather would not deter the Laurence team from giving it their all. 


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