"The Looking Glass" - 2012 Lauralton's literary magazine, "The Looking Glass," is an annual journal sampling the creative works of a diverse group of students. For back issues, use the "Students" tab above, choose "Clubs & Activities" from the dropdown menu and select "Looking Glass."
"Highlights" - April 2012 For back issues of "Highlights," Lauralton Hall's student-produced newspaper, use the "Students" tab above, choose "Clubs & Activities" from the dropdown menu and select "Highlights."
This year, a bus will run to and from Lauralton Hall from the RT 127 (White Plains Road)/RT 15 commuter lot in Trumbull and the RT 111/RT 25 commuter lot on the Trumbull/Monroe line. The non-refundable cost of the bus is $700 per student. The bus holds only 18 students, so sign up will be on a “first come, first served” basis. Please complete and mail the parent acceptance form, along with your $700 check payable to Lauralton Hall, to school before August 20. Throughout the year, questions regarding this bus service should be directed to our parent bus coordinators, Sue and Gino Tarantino, at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-913-5962.
Matriculation Ceremony - August 28 - 7:00 p.m. (NOTE TIME CHANGE)
Members of the Class of 2016 and transfer students are expected to participate in this decorous event when they will be formally inducted into the Lauralton Hall community. Parents, relatives and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend and join us for refreshments after the ceremony. Please email Jeanie Cedrone at email@example.com if a problem with your daughter’s attendance is anticipated or if you have questions or need additional information. Click the invitation link that follows for all the details. As requested on the invitation, please respond by August 23.
During the summer school offices are open Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., and closed on Fridays. Regular school office hours (Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.) resume on Monday, August 20, 2012.
Textbooks for 2012-2013 & Summer Reading
Textbook Purchase Textbooks for 2012-2013 are available for online purchase at Follett Virtual Bookstore. Some used books at reduced prices may also be available online from Follett.
Summer Reading Requirement
Click the link below for the summer reading booklist. Required summer reading books can be purchased online at Follett Virtual Bookstore and can also be borrowed from local libraries or purchased at local stores. Summer reading requirements are listed by course, and students are expected to read the required books for each listed course before returning to school in the fall. As the list indicates, some courses also have summer assignments that require specific texts. These assignments are given to the students directly by the teachers. In some cases they are given before the end of school; for other courses the assignments are sent to the students during the summer. Additional reading for pleasure during the summer is always encouraged. LH Summer Reading List 2012.pdf
Questions about ordering textbooks or books for summer reading should be directed to eFollett.com.