• Activities and Clubs

    Bands: The Laurelhurst Bands are under the direction of Jim Miller. For more information, contact Mr. Miller.


    Chess Club:


    Chorus: The Laurelhurst Chorus is under the direction of Carolyn Reif. More than 60 students participated in 2008-2008, with performances at Pioneer Courthouse Square and at Laurelhurst's Holiday and Spring Music Programs. For more information, please contact Carolyn Reif.


    Environmental Club (grades 6-8): The upper grade Environmental Club is working on greening up our school!  Some of our accomplishments include replacing the styrofoam trays in the cafeteria with reusable plastic trays, pulling invasive plants at Smith and Bybee Lakes, working with Metro at their native plant center, and posting eco-friendly reminder signs around the school.  We are currently working on education campaigns, encouraging alternative transportation to school, expanding the school gardens and more field trips.  Parents, if you are interested in getting involved, please contact Tracy Rhone.


    Maypole: (get Maypole info from Sharon Fitz)


    Middle-School Spring Play:


    Passport Club: The Passport Club, a nonprofit organization, is an individualized, sequential, geography program for schools. Its main purpose is to help students learn some, or all of the world's countries over the course of a school year, and to meet essential academic learning requirements for geography. It also promotes strong parent involvement in the school. Finally, the program introduces postage stamps as a valuable educational tool for teachers, and an interesting and enjoyable hobby for students. For more information, go to www.laurelhurstpassportclub.com.


    Safety Patrol: The Fifth Grade Safety Patrol provides street crossing guards at three key intersections near the school. Interested fifth graders or other inquiries should be directed to Jan Greene (5th Grade).


    Student Government: The Laurelhurst Student Government consists of.... For more information, please contact Vice Principal Kimberly Matier.


    Women in History: