Consultations: meeting with parents and or teachers to develop plans for improving students academic and social performance.
New Student Groups: small groups for all new students to Laburnum, aimed to welcome and adapt students to the Laburnum expectations.
Individual Session: meetings with students to set goals related to academic, personal/social and or career endeavors and mapping out a plan to achieve the goals.
School Counseling Classroom Lessons: lessons on Character Education(Citizenship, Responsibility, Caring, Respect, Trustworthiness, and Fairness), Bullying, Friendship and Self-Esteem.
College & Career Week: a week dedicated to raising college and career awareness and promoting achievement beyond high school completion.
Back Pack Program: qualifying students are provided up to 6 meals throughout the weekend to ensure adequate resources are available while away from school.
Pennies for Patients: students will compete by donating loose change/coins to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society during the month of March in effort to continue the search for a cure. Students will learn the concept of meaningful service, cooperative teamwork and the value of good citizenship.
Student “Bucket Filler” of The Month: each month, one student will be selected among their grade level to represent as the Student/Pillar of The Month. This student must role-model the 6 Pillars of Character: Citizenship, Responsibility, Respect, Trustworthiness, Caring and Fairness.
Friendly Helper Program: this is student centered program used to teach social skills to 4th & 5th grade students that will be used to assist with helping students and teachers in grade levels Kg-3rd with Spelling Words, Math Facts, Reading, Studying for Test, Organization skills, etc. This program is most similar to a Peer-Helper program.
Spring Talent Show: students will audition to showcase their talents before the entire school. The talent show will be scheduled the week before Spring Break.
Young Lions Step Group: 4th & 5th grade boys are invited into a group which uses Step Routines to teach discipline, organization, responsibility, citizenship, caring, trustworthiness, personal hygiene, social skills, self-esteem and respect.
Giving Tree: teachers and community members volunteer to sponsor a child during the Christmas season by provided gifts for those with evidence of need.