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I am pleased to report to you that we are off to a very nice start to the 2014-2015 academic year. My…how September has flown by. October is here and it is a beautiful time of year. Try to get out and enjoy the nice weather and do some fun activities as a family. Your child’s academic growth and success is of the up-most importance to the staff at Laurel Hill School. A new measure that will indicate student success is the FSA (Florida Standards Assessment) which will be taken by the 3rd-11th grade students in the Spring.
Flu Mist Schedule
Healthy Schools, LLC will be providing no cost, pain free Flu Mist vaccines at your child’s school soon.
The Flu Mist will be available to all students, regardless of health insurance coverage.
Your child will be bringing home the “Teach Flu a Lesson” consent form during the week of October 27.
If you wish for your child to participate, complete the consent form and return it to your child’s school by November 7.
The Gulf Coast College Fair and Tradeshow will be held at the Emerald Coast Convention Center in Fort Walton Beach Friday, October 24th from 4 – 8pm and Saturday, October 25th from 10am – 4pm. Students in grades 9 -12 are invited. There will be over 300 colleges and universities present.
Spirit Week days:
Monday (Dec. 1): College Day – Go all out to show your support of your favorite college/college team.
Tuesday (Dec. 2): Down on the Farm Day – Dress up as a farmer or farm animal. Be creative! Think of farm-related things. Our FFA sponsor should love this one!
Wednesday (Dec. 3): Class Color Day – Go all out and dress in the assigned color.
12th grade – black
11th grade – blue
10th grade – pink
9th grade – purple
8th grade – yellow
After-school tutoring sessions will begin at Laurel Hill School Tuesday October 21, 2014 at 2:40 pm.
NEW SCHOOL HOURS: 7:25 am --- 2:15 pm
Any student who has 15 unexcused absences within 90 calendar days
is classified by the state as “habitually truant” and is reported to the
Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles for the suspension
of driving privileges. Suspended licenses may be reinstated only after
the student has attended school for 30 consecutive days or through a