October 15, 2018
Kindergarten students at Cankton Elementary did a walking water science activity after learning about scientists and science safety rules.
Mrs. Christine Leblanc's pre-k students took home Jack-o-lanterns this week to disguise. This was a take-home family craft, and the students loved being creative. We had many great disguises from PJ Mask characters to mermaids.
Taiko Project, a group of world-renowned taiko drummers, visited Cankton Elementary on October 5. Students were memorized by the rhythmic drumming and dancing and learned about Japanese culture.
EAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Third-grade students in Mrs. Fontenot’s class recently did a 3D project for enrichment students. Pictures are: back row – left to right: Reese M, Collin F., and Kaleb M. Front row- left to right are: Alyssa M. and Peyton O.
GRAND COTEAU ELEMENTARY
At Grand Coteau Elementary, the 2nd graders are learning about workers in our community for Reading and Social Studies. Assistant Police Chief of Grand Coteau, Mike Buck, came to speak to Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Gauthier's classes about his job/duties. He answered many questions about what it means to be a police officer, serving the community, and other informative questions about the profession.
GRAND PRAIRIE ELEMENTARY
Shamar R. is holding the jar of candy he won by estimating the amount it contained. The 4-H Club held an estimating contest in honor of National 4-H week.
Mrs. Lavergne's Pre-K Class at Highland got to eat an Octopus (a hot dog cut to look like an octopus) today because they are learning about the letter Oo (Ozzie Octopus Oo)
Highland's 4th Graders experiment with flashlights and mirrors to refract light.
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
OPELOUSAS HIGH SCHOOL
PARK VISTA ELEMENTARY
Captain Chris Fogleman teaching about fire prevention at Palmetto Elementary.