Laurin staff will provide an interactive holistic education to each and every one of our students.  We will provide skills and strategies focusing on academics, social life, home life, and preparing them in becoming an adult.


Laurin staff will take the time in advisory, core classrooms and use assessment data to best support and differentiate for each student.  Staff will work together in Professional Learning Communities to create the best plan for each student to grow academically and socially.  We will work closely with families to ensure that home and school stay connected throughout the year.

2015-16 School Supply List  (click link to open PDF) 

June 12, 2015
Volume 4, Number 23



Upcoming Events:


Safe Kids Clark County Coalition Meeting - NO MEETINGS IN JULY OR AUGUST


Car Seat Safety Class & Clinic on Saturday, 6/20 at PeaceHealth Southwest Washington Medical Center.  Click here to learn more.


Legacy Salmon Creek's Healthy Kids Fair, Saturday, 6/13 from 10am-2pm  Click here to learn more.


Young Champions Heart Screening
Weekly heart screening are available at PeaceHealth Southwest for $50, which include a $25 donation to support future screening events in our community.  Click here to learn more or register.



Safety Topic Highlights:




June Injury Prevention Topics

  • National Safety Month
  • National Fireworks Safety Month
  • Home Safety Month






Hot days, cold water equal potentially dangerous combination

Hot weather is on tap this weekend and that means Clark County beaches are sure to draw crowds for a swim.  But even on hot days, most rivers and lakes in Southwest Washington remain cold.  Cold water, especially when high or swift, can overtake even the strongest swimmer in minutes.

On the Columbia River, Frenchman's Bar Regional Park and Captain William Clark Regional Park at Cottonwood Beach, are not safe for swimming because of strong currents and sudden drop-offs.

Swimming is allowed at several county parks but only one park, Salmon Creek Regional Park - Klineline Pond, will have certified lifeguards.  The popular spray park feature will open for public use on June 20.  Lifeguards will be on duty the final two weekends of June and then beginning on July 1, lifeguards will be on duty daily from 11am-7pm.  There is a Life Jacket Loaner Station at Klineline where families can borrow a life jacket while at the park and return them before they leave.

If your summer plans include a trip to a local swimming hole, here are some safety tips:

  • Know the water.  There may be hidden hazards that you can't see like cold water temperatures, swift currents, drop-offs, and entrapment hazards.
  • Know your limits.  Drowning often occur when swimmers get tired.  Wearing a life jacket is always recommended even if you are a great swimmer.
  • Wear a life jacket anytime you are on, in, near, or around the water.  It is estimated that all drowning deaths could have been prevented if a life jacket had been worn.
  • Only use US Coast Guard approved life jackets or vest.  Inflatable floats and toys will not keep your kids safe.
  • Supervise children anytime they are on, in, near, or around water.  Have a designated "water watcher".
  • Don't dive into shallow water or unfamiliar swimming holes.
  • Cover your pool or spa when not in use.  If you have a pool, be sure a fence or other barriers prevent unauthorized entry.




JUNE 11 2015
Ramart Recalls Swing Chairs Due to Fall Hazard; Sold Exclusively at HomeGoods Stores

JUNE 11 2015
Walgreens Vitamins Recalled by International Vitamin Due to Failure to Meet Child-Resistant Closure Requirement

JUNE 11 2015
Monogram Beverage Mugs Recalled by Tri-Vista Designs Due to Fire Hazard; Sold Exclusively at Kirklands

JUNE 09 2015
Pali Design Recalls Children's Furniture Due to Tip-Over, Impact, Suffocation Hazards

JUNE 04 2015
Big Lots Recalls Hanging Chairs Due to Fall Hazard



Local Headlines:
Free unlocking service breaks kids and pets out of hot cars  
Tips to prevent house fires during warm weather  

Lewis River drowning victim ID'd as Woodland teen  

3-year-old nearly drowns after fishing boat capsizes
Legacy Salmon Creek hosts Healthy Kids Fair




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School Information

13601 NE 97th Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98662

(360) 885-5200

(360) 885-5205

Student Hours
8:05 a.m. (First Bell)
8:15 a.m. (Tardy Bell)
2:45 p.m. (End of Day)

Office Hours
7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Nick Krause

Assistant Principal
Lori Schilling

Sandy Coy

(360) 885-5454 
ext. 1391