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The children in the yellow room came together to salute their mothers on Mother’s Day!
It is with a sad heart that I’m posting this picture of one of our Laurelton Academy’s parents. Raymond Mattison transitioned yesterday morning. Mr. Mattison is the proud and loving father of Skylar ( in the yellow room) 
Parents, I BEG that you get in touch with us by Facebook and tell us that everything is going well. If you do not have an account and know of a friend or family member with an account please have them check in for you so we know you and your family are safe. 
For anyone who would like to reach out to the Mattison family please do not hesitate to do so. The Mattison’s address is 140-19 159Street, Springfield Gardens 11434. 
Let’s continue to support, encourage and PRAY for each other! We are and will forever be a Laurelton Academy Family. One ❤️!
Good afternoon Families. Not meeting daily at our “big house” Laurelton Academy feels very strange to staff, parents, special instruction teachers, visitors, vendors and I know most definitely our young ones. It’s approximately 4 weeks since we saw each other and most of us are feeling like a fish without water. Our routine is disrupted by this terrible, terrible invisible monster ~ the Coronavirus . Many things have happened throughout this time, and most of them are not so good. For example: we have lost a long time custodian, Rupert Sales, two dear and close family members of Ms. Carla Boswell died in a fire in the Bronx, Ms. Dorcely (our songbird) lost her beloved Father due to the virus. I have lost an aunt and uncle from the virus as well. Kim Chambers, our accountant and past parent also lost her dear father to the virus too. Please keep us and our families in your prayers.
Laurelton Academy has always been a close knit institution that keeps in touch with many of our parents from twenty years ago. I have received telephone calls from all over the different States of American checking on us and praying for us. Laurelton Academy too is always concerned of their well-being and especially how our graduates are progressing towards their endeavors. Some of our past parents came down with the virus and are recuperating at home ...thank GOD! Please continue to pray for us as we pray for you too. I believe that we all know someone or a family that is affected by this virus, as it does not discriminate who it affects. And please, please do not hesitate to inform us of your love one who is facing this crisis as well. Once a Laureltonite always a Laureltonite!! Be SAFE and STAY HEALTHY!!!

Going down Memory Lane ...
Good afternoon Families. Not meeting daily at our “big house” Laurelton Academy feels very strange to staff, parents, special instruction teachers, visitors, vendors and I know most definitely our young ones. It’s approximately 4 weeks since we saw each other and most of us are feeling like a fish without water. Our routine is disrupted by this terrible, terrible invisible monster ~ the Coronavirus . Many things have happened throughout this time, and most of them are not so good. For example: we have lost a long time custodian, Rupert Sales, two dear and close family members of Ms. Carla Boswell died in a fire in the Bronx, Ms. Dorcely (our songbird) lost her beloved Father due to the virus. I have lost an aunt and uncle from the virus as well. Kim Chambers, our accountant and past parent also lost her dear father to the virus too. Please keep us and our families in your prayers.
Laurelton Academy has always been a close knit institution that keeps in touch with many of our parents from twenty years ago. I have received telephone calls from all over the different States of American checking on us and praying for us. Laurelton Academy too is always concerned of their well-being and especially how our graduates are progressing towards their endeavors. Some of our past parents came down with the virus and are recuperating at home ...thank GOD! Please continue to pray for us as we pray for you too. I believe that we all know someone or a family that is affected by this virus, as it does not discriminate who it affects. And please, please do not hesitate to inform us of your love one who is facing this crisis as well. Once a Laureltonite always a Laureltonite!! Be SAFE and STAY HEALTHY!!!

Going down Memory Lane ...
Good afternoon Families. Not meeting daily at our “big house” Laurelton Academy feels very strange to staff, parents, special instruction teachers, visitors, vendors and I know most definitely our young ones. It’s approximately 4 weeks since we saw each other and most of us are feeling like a fish without water. Our routine is disrupted by this terrible, terrible invisible monster ~ the Coronavirus . Many things have happened throughout this time, and most of them are not so good. For example: we have lost a long time custodian, Rupert Sales, two dear and close family members of Ms. Carla Boswell died in a fire in the Bronx, Ms. Dorcely (our songbird) lost her beloved Father due to the virus. I have lost an aunt and uncle from the virus as well. Kim Chambers, our accountant and past parent also lost her dear father to the virus too. Please keep us and our families in your prayers.
Laurelton Academy has always been a close knit institution that keeps in touch with many of our parents from twenty years ago. I have received telephone calls from all over the different States of American checking on us and praying for us. Laurelton Academy too is always concerned of their well-being and especially how our graduates are progressing towards their endeavors. Some of our past parents came down with the virus and are recuperating at home ...thank GOD! Please continue to pray for us as we pray for you too. I believe that we all know someone or a family that is affected by this virus, as it does not discriminate who it affects. And please, please do not hesitate to inform us of your love one who is facing this crisis as well. Once a Laureltonite always a Laureltonite!! Be SAFE and STAY HEALTHY!!!

Going down Memory Lane ...
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