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Meetings with Remarkable Men & Women: January Symposium

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The guest speaker for this month’s Meetings with Remarkable Men & Women symposium is Laurel Springs’ alumna, Danica Davidson. This live event will take place on Thursday, January 22nd. Ms. Davidson began her journey as a professional writer while she was still a high school student at Laurel Springs. Since then, her writing has appeared…
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College Financial Aid Tips

Financial Aid

When preparing for college, applying for financial aid is a major part of the process. College financial aid is money students entering college can receive in the form of loans, grants, scholarships, and work study programs. These programs assist students in paying for the cost of attending college and other post-secondary schools. This blog will…
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Online Elective and World Language Courses Benefit 21st Century Students

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Many of the skills students require to be successful in the 21st century are learned through courses related to art, music and foreign languages. These subject areas allow students to develop a broader cross-cultural understanding and well-versed skillset before entering the workforce. When these courses are taken online, students also have the opportunity to gain…
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Meetings with Remarkable Men and Women Symposium: December 2014

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We are excited to announce our guest speaker for December’s Meetings with Remarkable Men and Women Symposium, Laurel Springs Online Curriculum Manager, Jim Daniels. The symposium will be held on Thursday, December 11th. All Laurel Springs families are invited to attend. Mr. Daniels began his career as a high school math and social studies teacher…
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Celebrate National Distance Learning Week with Laurel Springs

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This year, National Distance Learning Week (NDLW) is being held from November 10-14. Developed in 2007, NDLW is an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the continued growth in distance learning. This nationwide effort creates a greater awareness and appreciation for online education. We encourage you to attend the free webinars that are being held throughout…
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Meetings with Remarkable Men and Women Symposium: November 2014

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We are excited to invite Laurel Springs families to the next Meetings with Remarkable Men and Women Symposium on November 18th. Our guest speaker is Joline Godfrey, CEO of Independent Means and the author of Raising Financially Fit Kids. Ms. Godfrey is also the author of other cutting edge books and publications related to the…
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Unite Against Bullying

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During the month of October, communities nationwide are uniting for National Bullying Prevention Month. PACER developed the initiative in response to the need to raise awareness about bullying. We are encouraging all members of the Laurel Springs community to join our efforts! Before we take a stand against bullying, it’s important to understand the problem.…
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Reflections from the Class of 2014: Part Two

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This guest blog is from one of Laurel Springs’ School Counselors, Christina Baumann. This is Ms. Baumann’s third year at Laurel Springs School. She attended Rutgers University for her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and West Chester University for her Master’s Degree in Secondary School Counseling. Ms. Baumann’s passion for education shines through as she provides…
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Reflections from the Class of 2014: Part One

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This guest blog is from one of Laurel Springs’ School Counselors, Christina Baumann. This is Ms. Baumann’s third year at Laurel Springs School. She attended Rutgers University for her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and West Chester University for her Master’s Degree in Secondary School Counseling. Ms. Baumann’s passion for education shines through as she provides…
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Back to School 101

Back to School 101

This guest blog comes from Laurel Springs School’s Director of Education, Megan O’Reilly Palevich. Mrs. Palevich has been a teacher and administrator in both the public and private sectors for the past 20 years. In addition to being a teacher, department chair, curriculum specialist, and academic dean, Ms. Palevich has been a curriculum consultant for…
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