Plaquemine High School
March 2018 Newsletter
Plaquemine High School will provide leadership, instruction, and challenging programs to all students in a safe and orderly environment.
Our motto is that PRIDE is a personal commitment.
P means persistence
R means respect
I means integrity
D means dignity
E means excellence
Mrs. LoBue's Leadership Tips
“Inspire others to take action by showing your own action, commitment and good work for a better world. Make it easy for people to step in and join forces if they want to help.”
Ralien Bekkers, Dutch UN Youth Representative on Sustainable Development
IPSB District Banners awarded to PHS
Parent Guide to LEAP 2025 Tests
Teachers and Staff Member of the Month
After School Tutoring Program- Middle School
First nine weeks and second nine weeks report cards as well as third nine weeks progress reports have been sent home. Hopefully, you have talked to your child about their grades. If you feel your 7th or 8th grade student may be in need of additional help then please contact the front office for an application. A bus will be available to drop off students to their home sites and a hot meal will given to them during their time in the program.
- 7th and 8th grade students
- ELA/ Math tutoring along with STEM enrichment
- Monday- Thursday
Even if your child participates in other after school activities such as band, dance, step, football, basketball, etc., we want to ensure that academic needs are met and that your child is successful in the classroom.
March MTSS Goal & Event
Access Health Clinic
Access Health Clinic is finding there is a demand for behavioral health services among the 7th & 8th graders. We are publicizing these sessions within the school as “Teen Talk”. It’s group counseling sessions that we would like to form to help children dealing with similar issues (depression, stress, anxiety, relationships, bullying, etc.). We are asking that students “sign up” in the health center if they are interested. The sign-up sheet will be kept with our clinical staff. Also, children will be contacted in school by Melissa Laneaux, our social worker, to see what issues they are dealing with.
Don't forget that if you need to get your child’s immunization records updated, and we have flu shots if needed.