Parent/Student Resources

The school handbook, that form you need to sign, how to check grades and see assignments, what's for lunch, when is Winter Break, and lots more.  It's all here.

School Starts Monday, August 30th

Daily Schedule for 2021-22

Kindergarten - 8:30 to 1 Monday-Friday

1st -5th grade - 8:30 to 3:00 Monday-Thursday, 8:30-1 on Friday

6th-8th grade - 9:00 to 3:30 Monday -Thursday, 8:30 to 1 on Friday

High School - 9:00 to 3:45 Monday-Thursday, 8:30 to 1 on Friday

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Got questions? Our handbook covers everything from dress codes to discipline policies.  Click here for Laurel Tree A-Z.

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Copies of forms, permissions slips, and other important papers that might have gotten lost in backpacks can be found here:

The Aftercare Form is here.  Heather Nikolauson is our Aftercare Director.  You can reach her at 382-5281 or at hnikolauson@gmail.com. 

Emergency Forms are here.

Income Verification for Free and Reduced Lunch (we need these from everyone - it affects our funding)

Permission Slip for Forest School

We use Jupiter Ed in middle and high school as an online grading and communication system.   Students and parents can login and check grades, missing assignments, and contact any of their teachers.  We use Google Classroom to post materials and assignments and Jupiter Ed to post grades.  There's a good overview of Google Classroom here.

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Uniform Complaint Procedure

Problems and conflicts are part of community.  Here's how we handle them.  First, call or email the teacher directly and set up a time to talk about your concerns.  If more support is needed, Brenda, the Lead Teacher, and our school psych/social work team are available to help. We often use a team approach and restorative practices to solve problems. If that's still not working, the School Board is your next stop. The formal Uniform Complaint Procedure is here.

                 

                         AB 104

AB 104 is a new law that gives parents the right to:

1.  Request student retention.

2.  Request pass/no pass grades for students whose grades suffered during distance learning.

3. Request that juniors and seniors have extra graduation requirements waived.     For more information see the AB 104 fact sheet. There is also a Grade Change Application and a list of all colleges that are accepting P/NP grades.  

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Resources for Wellbeing

Resources on Our Staff:

Claire Ajina - School Psychologist  claireajina@laureltreecs.org

Jenn Masad - School Psych Intern

jennmasad@laureltreecs.org

Megan Mccullough - Social Work Intern 

meganmccullough@laureltreecs.org

 

We use restorative practices and mediation to resolve conflict and keep students safe.

Suicide Prevention

Suicide is the second leading cause of death for young people between 10 to 24. Sometimes your struggle can be underestimated because of your age. But we hear you, and help is available. 

 https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/help-yourself/youth/

Parent Training in Suicide Prevention https://www.eventbrite.com/e/livingworks-start-online-suicide-prevention-training-registration-149593621549?aff=ebdsoporgprofile

Mental Health Resources

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) http://www.nami-humboldt.org/index.htm

Mindfulness, Meditation, and Self- Care

What is Mindfulness? 

Just Breathe - video

Jupiter Ed - Online Grading
Google Classroom for Assignments

That Form I Need to Sign!
School Handbook