1612 E. Berks Street Philadelphia, PA 19125 215 423 8834
Mission StatementSt. Laurentius School serves the children who are entrusted to our care by proclaiming and teaching the Catholic faith while providing a sound academic education. Utilizing a variety of resources, we provide opportunities for personal formation in a safe and caring environment that meet the needs and challenges for future lifelong learners in a global society.
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WE OFFER:Middle Atlantic States Accreditation, Quality Faculty and Administration, Catapult Services, Title 1 Services, Family Counseling, Reading, Math and Speech Services, Internet Access In Classrooms, Tutoring, Breakfast & Hot Lunch Program, After School CARES program, Altar Servers, Student Council, Yearbook Committee, CYO Sports & Activities, Home & School Association, Library, Art, Computer, Music and Gym Classes

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Catholic Schools Week 2013

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Attention Students, Parents, and Teachers!
Dear Parent or Student,

Get your pictures in the yearbook! The Yearbook Staff invites students and parents to submit photos for the yearbook. If you've got great photos of school and community events or you and your friends just having fun, we'd like to see them. Our photographers can't be everywhere. Help us get as many photos as possible to create a terrific book everyone will want to have.

Here is how you can submit photos online:
• Go to:
• If it does not automatically log you into the site, enter username: 400145827 and password: lions
• Browse to select the photo(s) you wish to upload.
• Enter information about the photo and provide contact information in case the staff needs additional information.
• Click "Save Details".

It's that easy! Submit your photos today! The last day to submit photos is 05/20/2013.

Thank you, and enjoy the rest of the school year!

Yearbook Adviser and the 2013 Yearbook Staff.

The Yearbook Staff will review all photos and determine final yearbook content. We cannot guarantee that all submissions can be used in the book.

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The 5th graders at St. Laurentius School conducted an experiment called the "EggDrop". The students worked in groups creating a model that would allow the raw egg to survive being dropped from a 3rd story window.The students were asked to be creative and use things from their home to make their model. Some things the students used were peanut butter, tissue paper, paper bags, balloons,homemade parachutes, coffee containers and popcorn. The 5th graders learned like good scientists we need to test our model before a final test to make sure the eggs would not break. The students proved to be good scientists- not one egg broke! The students enjoyed this experience, and of course the homework pass the received for no broken eggs. (Spirit)

Poodle Posse Visits St. Laurentius School

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Bucks County children's author Chrysa Smith visited St. Laurentius School on Wednesday, January 23, where she autographed her books, The Poodle Posse series, for the students. For grades K-5 Ms. Smith introduced her characters and related how her stories developed. For grades 6-8, Ms. Smith held a writer's workshop on using the elements of a story and how to jazz up writing. Students and staff enjoyed her presentations and invited her back to help develop writing skills. (Spirit)

Pulaski Day Parade

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Pulaski Day Parade Video

8th Grade Short Documentary Films on Immigration, circa 1900

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