Effective classroom instruction for all students is achieved through differentiated instruction. Our commitment is to identify students who are performing below grade level and provide these students with instruction that is differentiated for them based on need. Differentiated instruction will help children make the progress necessary to reach grade-level performance.

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MTSS and Intervention Services
Literacy Based Promotion Act Information

K-2 Summer Reading Program–The Laurel School District K-2 Summer Reading Program on June 5-22 2023 at Laurel Magnet School of the Arts. Instruction will be held from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday with a noon dismissal. We are so excited to offer a remediation program for our students. The purpose of the program will be to address power standards that will lead to growth and proficiency on grade level. Based on your child’s end-of-the-year iReady data, he or she qualifies for this program. Breakfast, lunch, and transportation will be provided. For more information contact Dr. Leander Bridges, Principal of Oak Park Elementary at

Camp Brainstorm Elementary & Secondary

The Laurel School District Camp Brainstorm Intersession was held September 25–29, 2023 and March 12 –16, 2024. Camp Brainstorm Intersession was from 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Students were offered an accelerated learning program. The purpose of the intersession is to address power standards that will lead to the growth and proficiency needed for acceleration (K-6) and graduation (7-12). Breakfast, lunch, and transportation was provided.

Students posing on stage to take a picture holding certificates.
Students standing posing for a picture with their JROTC Instructor in army uniform.
Elementary students in auditorium with green shirts standing and cheering.