Many times teachers (and principals) are asked by parents, "What can I do at home to help my child be successful at school?" My answer is quite simple, "Read with your child every day." Before, during, and after the reading, praise your child, direct a discussion about the story, ask questions, visualize the story, offer information, share personal reactions, and relate the story to life experiences. Most of all enjoy the story together and let your child see that reading is fun. Cherish this special time together! No matter your child’s age, reading is LEADING!
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Katie a 2008 graduate of Laurel Hill School is employed at Google in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Katie was a guest speaker for Mrs. Cooper's technology classes. Katie told the students, "Just because you go to a small school doesn't mean you can't go on to work for a crazy cool company". Thanks Katie for coming back and sharing with the students.
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Congratulations to our IT(Information Technology) teams that competed in the district Tech Bowl competition. Our high school team gave an impressive show and advanced to a tie-breaker round. Our middle school team brought home the 1st place trophy and they are Okaloosa County District Champions !!!!
Photo provided by: Bob Jones Aerial Photography
3-D printing has arrived at LHS! Our MarkerBot 3-D printer is busy with its first endeavor from Mrs. Joan Mitchell's Physic's class. The MakerBot is currently printing a poly mask to celebrate the Fall season. The project is supervised by our IT teacher Mrs. Wanda Cooper.
Coach D. Austin, Coach Wirth, and the Boys Varsity Basketball Team lend a helping hand to Habitat For Humanity. Coach D. Austin said he wanted the boys to give back to the community and stay humble. Not only did they show their commitment through their physical work, they also wore shirts that stated it...
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