October 29, 2018
DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 1
BEAU CHENE HIGH SCHOOL
CANKTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CENTER FOR ACADEMIC PROGRAMS (CAPS)
EAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
EAST ELEMENTARY CELEBRATES DRUG AWARENESS WEEK WITH RED DAY
EAST ELEMENTARY CELEBRATES DRUG AWARENESS WEEK - COLORING CONTEST ON THURSDAY
EUNICE JR. HIGH
New Jr Beta members from Eunice Junior High School were inducted during a ceremony on October, 23, 2018 and returning members were recognized for their continued academic excellence. Thank you to their sponsors: Mrs. Fran Lemelle, Ms. Claudette Castille, and Mrs. Lauren Brown.
Congratulations to each member who is a true example of the National Beta mission: to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students. ~Let Us Lead by Serving Others
Eunice Junior High School celebrated Red Ribbon Week Wednesday with the slogan "I Can, You Can be drug-free". Students brought in donations of non-perishable food items to be donated to the Eunice Food Bank. Pictured below are students from Mrs. Lauren Brown's Keyboarding class, Mrs. Janice's class, Mrs. Janice, Mrs. Ardoin, Beta officers, Beta Sponsor- Mrs. Fran Lemelle and Assistant Principal- Casey Comeaux.
Glendale 3rd grade teachers had a lot of love and peace in their hearts today! Pictured are Mrs. Shelly Guillory, Mrs. Jennifer Fontenot, and Mrs. Tammy Stanford.
Pre-K Leis off dugs!
Glendale teachers held a door decorating contest for Red Ribbon Week. Pictured is Mrs. Laura Francois and her 4th-grade class who won 1st place. They were awarded a certificate and will also be treated to a pizza party for the class. Congratulations!
GRAND COTEAU ELEMENTARY
GRAND PRAIRIE ELEMENTARY
Kindergarteners at GPE learning math while Zearning!
NORTHEAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Keep the lights
Century 21 After school program
OPELOUSAS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
PARK VISTA ELEMENTARY
The following students did a phenomenal job during the month of October with behavior, completing homework and above all else keeping their grade up. These students have earned the title of Mr. Raylon Narcisse’s October 2018 Students of the Month for the fifth and sixth grade. Keep up the good work STUDENTS. You’ve earned this! Mr. Narcisse is very proud of y’all. #ParkVistaProud #TigerPride
Pictured: Bottom row: Left to right: (5th graders: Khamorre G, Dillion J and (6th grade) Carman J. and Standing: Left to right: Salha A, Amaria M., Layla C, Jaylon S., and Lauren B.
1st quarter Honor Roll students at Palmetto Elementary were treated to a special Honor Roll breakfast. We are an Eat, Move, Grow school so their breakfast consisted of yogurt, a multigrain bar, a fruit cup, and milk or juice.
A HUGE THANK YOU to the town of Palmetto for helping out with grass cutting while Mr. Darren recovers from shoulder surgery!
SOUTH STREET ELEMENTARY
WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Krotz Springs Head Start/Early Head Start
Parent Meeting and Fall Festival
At Krotz Springs Early Head Start Mrs. Jontell Henry's Class along with Mrs Hanna carving a pumpkin
Lebeau Head Start celebrating Food Service Technician Appreciation Week & Bus Drivers Appreciation Week. Ms. Thomas & Ms. LaBrie were both honored for their hard work and dedication.
Recently, the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities was gifted with a donation in First Lady Donna Edwards’ honor to support the arts in education.
To kick things off, First Lady Donna Edwards invited each region to a luncheon at the Governor’s Mansion. Superintendent Jenkins had the privilege of being one of the guests.
Kelly Andrepont, Lana Duvall, and I (Math Instructional Specialists) presented two sessions (Informing Your Math Instruction via the Companion Document for Teachers & The Area Model for Division—A Hands-on Start) at the LATM/LSTA joint Math and Science Conference in Shreveport. The sessions were well-attended and well-received.