School Bond Update 4/26/17 Excitement builds as construction bids are gathered for the new high school wing. Groundbreaking looks to happen in May!
New Display Boards should be arriving today with the most updated rendering of the high school. The display boards can viewed as they are rotated throughout school functions and local businesses. Click the image below for a sneak peek!
(Draft) High School Design:
Click Image to See Animation
Territorial's Covered Play Structure is complete and students' are enjoying outside play... with all of the rain this year, the project is very much appreciated.
Thank you voters!!
On May 12th, 40 JCHS student-scientists took a field trip to participate in the U of O Science Day. Highlights of the trip included visits to Zebra Fish lab, Bio Chem demo, Nano Technology lab, Laser lab and Leaf Cutter Ant Colony (only school in the US doing research). Students were able to view and participate in cutting edge technology executed primarily through undergrad research!
Many of our graduating seniors- a number of whom will be pursuing higher education in the STEM fields- were honored at the Annual Education Together Foundation Awards night, May 16th.
Junction City School District is committed to Engage, Inspire and Educate all our students by offering physical education, music, comprehensive art, computer technology, as well as enrichment
and academic support in before
and after school programs.
I can’t believe we are planning for the end of school already! This year has gone by so fast. There is a lot of fun coming up in the next few weeks at Laurel and I wanted to highlight some of the major activities that will take place. Joy has been identified by the Laurel community to be a core value and we are keeping this value in the forefront of our minds as we plan for a strong conclusion of this magnificent school year.
Kindergarten Round Up, May 10: (1:30pm day session and 5:00pm evening session): We are looking forward to hosting all of our incoming kindergarten families for a fun-filled, informational event. You will get to meet the Kinder Crew (staff) and receive information about our program and ideas on how to prepare your children for kindergarten. You and your children will also enjoy a school bus ride around the neighborhood. If you know a parent, friend or neighbor who has a kinder student, please spread the word.
Spirit Days: Every Friday in May is going to be a spirit day. Students voted on themes for those days and they are so excited to dress up for these events. For example, last Friday was hat day. Please refer to the flyer sent last week for the rest of the May month spirit day themes. Those are super fun days and kids enjoy every bit of it!
Spring Carnival May 19th: Please join us for this fun Spring celebration. Play fun activities and win fun prizes. The parent Group is in need of energetic, ready-to-have-fun parent volunteers. If you are available, please fill out the form that was sent home last week and send it with your child. We look forward to seeing all of you!
Fourth Grade Outdoor School, June 5-9: Fourth graders will have a unique experience this whole week at Camp Lutherwood. This is a fun-filled, educational experience that is the highlight of the fourth grade year. The teachers can always use some help during this week, so if you are able to volunteer, please contact your teacher.
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LAUREL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
1401 LAUREL STREET
JUNCTION CITY, OR 97448
(541) 998-2386 Fax: (541) 998-8422
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