Martello Notes

Another semester is complete and our Hobo teachers and students are working harder than ever to continue with our A+ school success.  Our elementary students will soon recognize the 100th day of school. Collectively, we will join all Okaloosa Schools to celebrate 100 years of education in Okaloosa County. Our century of success includes the achievements of many! Laurel Hill School is just one part of this success.  Remind your student of the tradition of excellence in Okaloosa County. Each Hobo will become part of history.

~Mrs. Martello

Lil' Hoboes Basketball Registration

All little hoboes registration forms and fees are due Tuesday, Feb 16th!  Registration is open to all students in grades PK-5th grade, and for more information contact Coach Ronnie Smith.

VPK Registration for 2016-2017

For information about the 2016-2017 Registation Click Here.

Children's Volunteer Health Network

Jon Lyons, LHS class of 2008, serves on the Board of Directors for Children’s Volunteer Health Network.  CVHN’s Mobile Dental Clinic has provided services on our campus for the past several weeks. Mr. Lyons is pictured here with Hygienist, Kelly Taylor and Mobile Dental Clinic Program Manager, Denise Johnston.

The Drone Invasion Now Underway

 Look... UP IN THE SKY!  Not a bird, not a plane... It's a drone!  Thanks to a generous donation from Dr. Paul Shu, Laurel Hill School has been able to implement the LHS Drone Team. This new Drone Team will provide activities which allow students to learn about and ultimately pilot an actual drone.  Students will learn about and use drones in everyday scenarios to benefit our school and our community while gaining valuable science, math, technology, and writing skills. Click "Read More" to see Photos from the Kindergarten "Trunk-A-Treat" and "LHS Fall Bash" 

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School Supply List

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Driving Privileges - Florida Statute 1003.27

Driving Privileges

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
hardship hearing.

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