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NBC's "California Live" featured Laurence's 4th Grade class, who performed in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. The segment includes interviews with several students.

 
 
 
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ABC 7 "Eyewitness News" featured this segment about Laurence's unique Kids' Court mock trial program. Sixth Grade students try famous literary, fairy tale, historical and other figures for crimes, while students in the lower grades serve as jurors. 

 
 
 
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Fox 11 news coverage of Laurence's STEAM program, which teaches coding, engineering, robotics, design skills, and more to prepare students for future success.

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Laurence Invitational Math Tournament

Last Saturday was the very first Laurence Invitational Math Tournament. One hundred students - 20 teams - from Laurence and local independent schools competed in team and individual rounds. Laurence teams took first and second place in both the 6th Grade and 4th/5th Grade divisions, and five students placed in the individual rounds. Click on “Read More” for details and photos.

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Author Visit: John August

Students in 3rd through 5th Grades had the pleasure of visiting with author and screenwriter, John August, this week.  During his visit, August shared stories from his youth, which inspired his Arlo Finch books. Click on "Read More" to learn about the visit and see photos.

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School News

Claude Steele Parent Education Event

We hope that you will join us for our next Parent Education Series event on Monday, March 11th, with social psychologist and Stanford University Professor of Psychology, Claude Steele, the author of Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do. He will be giving his talk at 8:00 a.m. and at 10:00 a.m. Please click on "Read More" for event details and more about Professor Steele's talk.

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