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Bay Laurel Elementary places an emphasis on celebrating students for exemplifying positive character traits.  Each month, our Dolphin community selects a trait we are specifically looking for in the classroom and out on the playground.  October's character trait is Empathy.  Students will focus on trying to understand what another person is feeling and seeing the world through another's eyes!   

Welcome Back!

Welecome Back to Bay Laurel! We are excited for the beginning of the new school year and are looking forward to wonderful learning experiences with our students and families.


Go Dolphins!

  • Greetings Bay Laurel Community - 

    Good Afternoon Bay Laurel Community –

    This is Principal Scifres with your weekend message.  In a couple hours Bay Laurel will be hosting our annual Community Movie Night.  We encourage all families to come enjoy some activities with the Boys and Girls Club, participate in the teacher raffle, and watch our feature presentation.

    All 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade parents, please join us on Thursday, October 1st at 6:00 p.m. in the Bay Laurel MPR for our Forward Learning Parent night. The evening will provide all the information families need to prepare for Bay Laurel’s 1:1 technology rollout in November. 

    The entire Bay Laurel team would like to extend our sincere appreciation to all of the parents for your participation in our Annual Fund Drive.  The school and the community are extremely fortunate to be surrounded by such a supportive parent group. 

    We look forward to seeing everyone tonight for Movie Night, beginning at 6:00!  

  • buddiesIt is the philosophy of the Bay Laurel staff and parents that children are unique in their needs, ability to learn, and the contributions they can make to the school and community. We are committed to providing each child with an educationally challenging experience that best promotes intellectual, social, and emotional development. We will empower each child to achieve academic excellence in an emotionally safe environment which attends to individual needs while also encouraging productive collaboration. In order for optimal learning and growth to occur, we will encourage students to assume greater responsibility for their learning and for themselves under the guidance of dedicated teachers and parents.
  • Bay Laurel DolphinsMy Future Dolphins!Greetings Bay Laurel community! I am thrilled to be serving as your principal for the 2015-16 school year. I've had the pleasure of being a part of the Las Virgenes School District since I was five years old as a student over at White Oak Elementary. It is a joy to serve you and LVUSD as we all continue to foster a districtwide commitment to universal student achievement.

    Prior to coming to Bay Laurel, I spent time at both LVUSD high schools, Agoura and Calabasas. At Agoura I taught English for all grades and spent time coaching both the boys and girls Varsity Basketball teams. At Calabasas I worked as the Vice Principal and oversaw the performing arts, ASB student government, and led various other instructional and intervention leadership projects. In my free time, I try to spend all of it with my wife Mary and our two children Ava and Harper (pictured right). They are all very excited to be Dolphins next year!

    This is truly an exciting time to begin my journey at Bay Laurel. As you know, our mission at Bay Laurel is to provide an educationally engaging experience that best promotes intellectual, social, and emotional development. We look forward to providing that experience by utilizing positive collaborative relationships, promoting self-esteem, and modeling life-long learning. In 2015-16, our efforts in fulfilling this mission will be assisted through LVUSD's Forward Learning, a program centered around personalizing learning in the classroom. Bay Laurel is excited to be at the forefront of a project incorporating academic skills that will allow our students to successfully navigate the 21st century world.

    I speak for the entire staff when I say how excited we are to be working with our wonderful families. Our team is committed to promoting sustained success for all students and we look forward to working with you throughout the upcoming school year.

    Go Dolphins,

    Steve Scifres

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Attendance Line

To report absences, please call 818-591-7867.  Please use this number to report absences whenever your child will be out of school for the day.  If your child has a medical appointment, please be sure you bring a doctor's note to the school office.

School Hours

Mon, Tues, Thurs and Fri              
8:00-1:00 Kinders and Journeys
8:15-2:17 Grades 1-3
8:15-2:48 Grades 4-5

Weds Bell Schedule

8:00-11:30 K and J
8:15-12:36 Grades 1-5