Happy December Laurel Families

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I want to thank everyone for supporting our school during our Harvest Night Gala. It was a beautiful night for everyone to come together as a community. I was very grateful that night and I am truly grateful for everyone that shares the common thread of Laurel.

I feel one of our greatest accomplishments as a community at Laurel is exhibited through our positivity, kindness and connections. These aspects of a community are so important especially when members of our “circle” need support.

During this past school year, I have personally witnessed many families, faculty and friends that have been experiencing difficult times in their lives that ultimately grounds me creating reflection and appreciation for all of the “little things”. It is easy to get caught up in our daily routines but no matter how busy we may be, making those personal connections creates a strong community, as we are cognizant of those around us, understanding the challenges one may face.

One of the goals I have had for our school is the ability for our community to lend support to one another when needed; that we utilize our connections to continue to create a community of positivity and kindness. A simple smile, a hug, a note, or an offer of help, are just some of the ways to cultivate compassion in our community.

My hope is that as we continue to gain strength as we work together on our path of compassion and kindness; we leave our community a little better than we found it! Be good to one another and have a wonderful holiday season!

Amy Carroll
Head of School


Calendar Reminders

Wednesday, December 12th - Elementary Drama Performances with Ms. Wadsworth at 9:15 am. All families are welcomed to come!

Monday, December 17th - Movie Night at Laurel! 5-7 pm. Enjoy snack & treats in the Laurel Community Room on our big screen TV! $10 per child. Siblings and Friends Welcomed! Come in your PJ's and bring snuggly blankets and pillows. Children must be ages 4+ to sign up (or be able to sit through an entire movie with us) Movie TBA

Wednesday, December 19th - Art & Literature Faire 5-7 pm
All Families Welcomed to come see the annual transformation of our school!
There will be Bake Sale Items and Raffle Baskets for the Holidays as well.
Come join us for this spectacular event!

Monday, December 24th to Tuesday, January 1st - NO SCHOOL Winter Break

Wednesday, January 2nd - Classes Resume


Cape Cod Classroom - Harwich Brooks Library


Look, We have matching Blue Coats!


Laurel School's Annual Art & Literature Faire

This Years Theme is Passport to Travel...

Join us as we transform our school to showcase student work and exploration of this year's theme "Passport to Travel"! Each classroom has interpreted this theme to focus on different topics incorporated throughout the curriculum since September such as: Ancient Egypt, The Redwood Forest, Alaska, and topics like transportation featuring the Little Blue Truck, Pete the Cat, the Gingerbread Man and much more!

This is a magical event and is not to be missed with a Glee Club Performance, Bake Sale and Holiday Raffles!

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Ms. Chole's Science Class clean Crosby Beach as part of an Earth science lesson on pollution.


Senora Maribel sharing "Brown Bear" in Espanol


Outside fun with Leaves!

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Cape Cod Classroom - Mashpee Wampanoag Museum & Herring Run


Cold Weather Update

Please make sure all students are coming to school already dressed for cold weather! If the temperature is above 32 degrees with wind chill, we will be taking children outside! It is important that students are wearing warm items like: coats, sweaters, scarves, hats and mittens; if it’s snowing or rainy, boots are great for keeping feet & toes warm! Also, if it snows, snow pants are wonderful for outdoor play!

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Share Day - Yellow Bouy from Dad's Boat!

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Cranberries - Sink or Float!


Young People's Concert - Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra


Mentor Buddies - Exploring Transportation

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