We will be hosting a bake sale on Friday to raise money fro UNICEF. All items will be $1. Please make sure all baked goodies are nut and banana free.
On Friday, a delegation of Chinese educators from the elementary and university level, visited Laurelwood to get a glimpse of Canadian education. They were thrilled to have such eloquent and helpful tour guides.
Friday afternoon fun at Laurelwood included a Grades 7 and 8 homeroom challenge – mummy wrapping. By the looks of things, we have some very skilled wrappers in our midst!
Music Man is coming to Laurelwood Public School this year and we can use your help! We are looking for costumes to help dress our large cast. The storyline takes place in the United States during the 1920’s, so we are searching for specific donated items for that particular time period. Here is a list […]
Elementary Progress Reports will be going home November 3. Remember that progress reports describe a student’s general academic progress during the first part of the fall term. There are no letter grades or numeric marks. The Elementary Progress Report Card provides descriptive feedback to support improved learning and achievement. For more information please see Parent Guide […]
Abraham Erb Public School will be hosting a community presentation “Raising Kids Who Love Learning: How Risk, Resilience and Relationships Help Children Embrace Learning” on Wednesday, October 29th, from 6-8 p.m at Abraham Erb Public School on 710 Laurelwood Drivein Waterloo. Parents are asked to RSVP by using this link: tinyurl.com/abeerb Parents can also call […]
Fire Prevention Week is October 5 – 11, 2014. This year’s theme is Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month. To increase the chances of surviving a fire, Waterloo Fire Rescue is reminding everyone in our community to test their smoke alarms today and monthly. Ontario law requires that working smoke alarms be […]
The large creative playground is undergoing some maintenance. Please keep everyone safe by staying off the creative playground. When the pylons have been removed, the maintenance will have been completed and creative play can resume.
Individual EQAO results will be going home with students on Monday, October 6.
Come and join us at our first School Council of the new school year. We are meeting at 7:00 pm in the library. All our welcome. Bring your ideas and your energy! See you there.