Superintendent Update

November 6, 2017

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Krotz Springs Elementary would like to invite the public to join us for our Veterans Day Program that will be held on November 10th, 2017
Location: KSE Gymnasium

Time: 9:00 a.m.

2017 LHSAA Football Playoff Bracket - CLASS 3A

2017 LHSAA Football Playoff Bracket - CLASS 1A

AROUND CAMPUS

Arnaudville Elemenary

Science Parent Night was held on Thursday, October 26, 2017
Halloween 2017
Social Studies Fair was held on Thursday, October 19, 2017 for 5th and 8th grades.

Cankton Elementary School

Cankton Elementary held its PBIS Kickoff with a special guest, Harvey Rabbit. Students giggled and smiled while learning about being drug-free.
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Cankton Elementary students celebrated being drug-free during an activity-filled Red Ribbon Week. Students participated in a writing contest, poster contest, and a variety of dress up days, including a career dress day.

East Elementary

The fourth graders were given a goal at the start of AR to reach in time for the AR Activities. All students in attendance reached their specified goal. Students were treated with juice and popcorn as they created their Halloween spiders. ​


Kneeling (front row;left to right) Jackson Langley, Madison Edwards, and Riley Matte

Standing (left to right) Reiana Celestine, Raniya Edwards, Anna Oubre, Gabrielle Dietrich, Kyndrea Frank, and Bryson Higginbotham​

East Elementary students participated in a coloring contest to go with the theme "Use your head - Don't do drugs" as part of Drug Awareness Week activities.
East Elementary - Drug Awareness Week - Fourth Graders
"Real Heroes don't do drugs"
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Eunice High School

Class Act Student

Full Name: Matthew Myers Grade: 12th grade

Parents: Stephanie Smith and Brandon Vidrine

If you could live elsewhere, where would you want to live and why?

I would like to live in Florida, so I could go to the beach anytime I wanted.

Do you have a career wish?

Yes, I want to be a Biomedical Engineer.

What could you eat seven days a week?

Pizza

What could you never eat?

Snails

What is your favorite school subject and who is your favorite teacher?

My favorite subject is history, and my favorite teacher is Mr. Jacque Joubert.

What is your favorite movie?

Forrest Gump

What was the last video game you played?

Battlefield One

Do you Facebook, Tweet? If yes, how often.

Yes, almost everyday

What is an ideal summer vacation?

Going out of the country and seeing how people live in different parts of the world.

Who has had the most influence on you so far?

My sister, Miranda

What would you change in your city?

I would like to get rid of all the violence and help make the people of Eunice live in peace.

What do you like the most at your school?

The teachers

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Ms. Kenya Alfred and Ms. Tara LeBlanc’s students carved pumpkins and made masks.

​The Eunice High Quiz Bowl team recently competed at the LSU Spooktacular Quiz Bowl tournament held at LSU

on October 28th.Pictured from left to right are team members Zachary Joubert, Gabi Broussard, Traelyn Brasseaux, Emily Hannon, Micah Granger, Sierra Tolhurst, Bryce Durapau and Jackson Ardoin. The coach is Pierre Martel.

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Eunice High School senior Physics class use their knowledge of physics and their engineering skills to create catapults out of rubber bands and popsicle sticks to launch marshmallows. Go Cats!

Eunice Jr. High School

Eunice Junior High School Student of the Year candidates​

Congratulations to these students for their hard work in the classroom.

Not pictures Ava D. and Gavin G.

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Glendale Elementary

Mrs. Rougeau ’s 1st grade class recently did a lesson on Earth Science: The students had fun identifying different land forms and bodies of water.

Gand Prairie Elementary

School Resource Officer Ryan Fenton speaks to GPE students about safety while trick or treating and drug awareness.
GPE Drug Awareness Poster Contest Winners
GPE Pumpkin Contest Winners

Grolee Elementary

Students in Mrs. Meche's 1st grade class read a story about instruments. The students made their own instruments as a culminating activity!
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Highland Elementary

Highland Elementary's Annual Walk for the Cure.

Red Ribbon Week...Friday's Theme: We're Too Bright for Drugs
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Highland Elementary Pre-K & K classes

took a field trip to CM Farms in Dry Creek, LA on Halloween Day.

Krotz Springs Elementary

As a culminating activity after completing the Outsiders Literary Unit, students we allowed to dress up as the characters to exemplify the distinct differences in the two social groups - Socs and Greasers

KSE celebrated “Red Ribbon Week” October 23rd-27th .

Theme: Your future is KEY, so stay DRUG FREE!

Monday’s Theme: “Proud to be Drug Free” Kick off the week by wearing red

Tuesday’s Theme: “Team up against drugs” Wear your favorite sports shirt or jersey

Wednesday’s Theme: “Drugs are OLD SCHOOL” Celebrate the 50th Day of School by wearing 50’s costumes

Thursday’s Theme: “KSE is drug free” Show your Mustang Pride by wearing KSE spirit shirts

Friday’s Theme: “Drugs are SCARY” Wear your Halloween costume

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Lawtell Elementary

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Guest Speaker : Superintendent Jenkins

Leonville Elementary

Leonville Elementary took part in the week long, nationwide Red Ribbon Program. Red Ribbon Week was designed to create an awareness concerning the problems related to the use of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs. The national theme this year is “Your Future is Key so Stay Drug Free.” Our school participated in activities throughout the week. The daily themes are as follows:

Monday – wear a sports theme shirt to- “Theme up Against Drugs”

Tuesday – wear a superhero shirt to- “Fight off Drug Pressure”

Wednesday – wear crazy socks to- “Sock it to “Drugs”

Thursday – wear red shirt- “Use Your Head, Wear Red”

Friday – wear school spirit shirt- “LES Vows to be Drug Free”

Officer Martin McClendon speaks to 3rd – 8th Grade students during Red Ribbon Week.
AES Lady Bears vs Staff/Parents

MACA

Halloween at MACA

North Elementary

North Elementary' s October Students of the Month.
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Family Math Night
Leader in Me
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North Central High School

Members of the North Central FFA attended the 90th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, IN on October 25-28, 2017. They joined over 67,000 other FFA members, advisors, parents and guests from across the nation at the event. While there they were able to attend sessions, workshops, career show and network with other members from across the nation. Members attending were Tyler Pickett, Tyler Randall, Paige Coburn, Natalie Fontenot, Daelon Rideau, and Jacque Deville along with their advisor Hals Beard.

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Northeast Elementary

Northeast Elementary participated in the Fire Prevention Week poster contest. Mrs. Mason's second grade class placed first and Rae Darbonne's class placed second.

Northwest High School

Chemistry students in Mrs. Lazard’s working on chemical reaction labs.

Opelousas High School

The Opelousas High School Spanish Club participated in the Latin Music Festival on October 21, 2017. They performed two Latin dances: La Pollera Colora, a traditional Columbian cumbia (white dresses) and a modern dance (blue dance outfit) typical of the Latin American regions to the song La Gozadera by Gente de Zona featuring Marc Anthony. At the event, the students met several people and learned a great deal about Latin culture. They even got to meet Lafayette Parish President, Joel Robideaux.

Sponsor: Loreto Cruz

OHS’s students embarked to explore a writers’ ability of high moral seriousness, and the concern with society’s impact on people’s lives. To do this, Ms. Belson’s students, undertook the task to draw a parallel between the Salem witch hunt, the 1950s hunt for communists in America, and one social event today in society. The students wrote news articles chronicling the developing events in Salem, utilizing characters with actual events that occurred from Arthur Miller’s play. Students were able to clarify, and compare to another play that involves a similar protagonist struggling against situations while torn between conflicting feelings or wishes. OHS’s students worked toward understanding The Crucible, and became editors of The Salem Times Newspaper.

Palmetto Elementary

Mrs. Tobi Devillier’s class had a great time creating animal classification booklets!
October student of the months
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Palmetto Elementary’s campus was filled with ghosts and ghouls as we celebrated Halloween with a Trunk or Treat! The turnout was exceptional and everyone had a great time! A special thanks to Raising Canes for donating tea, lemonade, and gift cards!

Sunset Middle

On Friday October 13, 2017 we had a school wide bully prevention assembly with guest speakers Alderman Marvin Richard (Opelousas City Council) and Lieutenant Graig LeBlanc (Opelousas Police Department)
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Lights on After School

21st Century Learning Center Lights On After School was held on Thursday, October 26, 2017, at Sunset Middle School. Ignatious Carmouche, local artist and The Voice contestant, performed for a large crowd of community leaders, staff, students, and faculty. Among the honored guests were breast cancer survivors. An array of guest speakers included Mrs. Rachel Taylor - cancer survivor; Sergeant West - Dare Officer; Casey Henry and Kristy Hayes - Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority; Jackie Carmouche – Registered Nurse, Donna Henry – Site Coordinator, and Pastor Bonnie Riley - Program Director. A special thanks to community partners Sigma Gamma Rho, Opelousas General Hospital, and St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office for being a part of the program.

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Washington Elementary

Teachers at Washington Elementary gave each other a “pat on the back” during clusters.

DISTRICT EVENTS

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2017 LHSAA Football Playoffs

Congratulations to the following St. Landry Parish Schools for making it to the 1st round of the state playoffs:


Northwest High School will host Avoyelles High School

Eunice High School will travel to Berwick High School

North Central High School will travel to Logansport High School

*Dates and times are forth coming.

Superintendent Jenkins joins Opelousas High School in cheering on the OHS Tigers. Opelousas High vs Breaux Bridge!!!