February 18, 2019
Employee Appreciation Week – February 25 – March 1, 2019.
BEAU CHENE HIGH SCHOOL
CANKTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Congratulations to the following Cankton Elementary students “CAUGHT SHOWING CHARACTER” during the months of December and January:
Kane H., Brittravian H., Davon S., Landon G., Brian M., and William K. (not pictured).
EAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
EUNICE HIGH SCHOOL
EUNICE JR. HIGH SCHOOL
Eunice Junior High School sent two Math Competition teams to the OJHS competition on Saturday, February 9th. The 7th-grade team led by Mrs. Tiffany Pedigo placed 1st in the team competition and the 8th-grade team led by Mrs. Jackie Oberste placed 3rd.
7th grader- Josh Simien placed 5th in the individual test
8th grader- Madlyn Edwards placed 6th in the individual test
7th-grade team- Josh, Josi, Caleb, Alana
8th-grade team- Gabbie, Isaiah, Alivia, Madlyn
Congratulations to each team and their sponsors for these great accomplishments!
Eunice Jr. High is proud to announce the 2018-2019 Science Club officers:
President -Taylor Langley
Vice President- Aniyah Cesar
Secretaries- Carey Janice and Emma Simon
Sponsors- Ms. June Veillon, Mrs. Misty Jones, and Mr. Mitch Robinson
The primary goal of the science club is to increase interest in STEM as well as to foster an excitement for science. In addition, club members participated in the school science fair and parish science fair. One of the club members, Dreylan Babino advanced to the regional science fair. Club members also participate in science-related projects and will participate in a field trip to SciPort in Shreveport.
GLENDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Two Glendale Elementary 3rd grade students were rewarded for making 20 perfect A.R. scores. Pictured are Kailey G. and Emmitt L. Congratulations students!
STUDENT OF THE WEEK
FEBRUARY 4 – 8, 2019
STUDENT OF THE WEEK
GRAND PRAIRIE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
GROLEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
HIGHLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
LAWTELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Lawtell Trojans Showed Up and Showed Out at Opelousas Junior High School’s 1st Annual Math Tournament! 6th grade placed 3rd in Quiz Bowl competition. 7th grade placed 4th in the Team Competition. 8th grade placed 4th in Individual and Team Competitions and 1st and 4th place in Quiz Bowl. Additionally, LAWTELL ELEMENTARY STUDENTS WON 1ST PLACE OVERALL out of all the schools who competed!
Lawtell Elementary School Learning Center students in Mrs. F. Dupre’s class took advantage of learning outdoors. Students enjoyed the beautiful weather while reading aloud individually and chorally, focusing on fluency and decoding.
BLACK HISTORY-GREAT MIGRATIONS was the theme for this year’s Black History Program. The program consisted of a Walk of Fame for black Musicians, Literature & Art. There were also several musical selections by the LES Band which included a solo trumpet selection of the Black National Anthem by R. Miller and singing and dancing by our 3rd and 5th graders. The guest speaker, Pastor Bonnie Riley, empowered the students, staff, and parents by focusing on a need to DREAM and be the best you can be!
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
The Harlem Renaissance Era-Northwest High
Date: Tuesday; February 19, 2019
Location: Northwest High School Gymnasium
Time: 9:00 a.m.
Guest Speaker: Mr. LaDonte Murphy, St. Landry Parish Assistant District Attorney (former graduate of Northwest High School)
*This event is open to the public community attendance is strongly encouraged
OPELOUSAS HIGH SCHOOL
Congratulations OHS Boys and Girls Basketball Seniors!
are District Champs!!
OPELOUSAS JR. HIGH SCHOOL
PALMETTO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Palmetto Elementary January students of the month!
Pre-K students at Palmetto Elementary celebrated the 100th day of school!
PARK VISTA ELEMENTARY
Ms. Nelson's first graders completed the "Clean Teeth Egg Experiment". They recorded their predictions of what they thought would happen to the eggs. The next day, they went back and drew/wrote what did happen. They learned the importance of brushing their teeth at least twice a day!
Ms. Senegal, Assistant Principal, and Mr. Veazie, Administrative Assistant, took time out of their busy day to spend some time reinforcing PBIS at Park Vista Elementary on Friday. Mr. Veazie and Mrs. Senegal had some check-in/check-out meetings with students to make sure they are following PBIS. Mr. Veazie also visited classrooms in grades 4 -6 to discuss PBIS Playground Rules and Expectations during the week. Hats off to our administrators at PVE!
PLAISANCE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
PORT BARRE HIGH SCHOOL
SOUTH STREET ELEMENTARY
SUNSET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
EUNICE HEAD START
KROTZ SPRINGS HEAD START
Krotz Springs Head Start Center Director makes a heart shape out of Playdough in honor of Valentine's Day. The kids manipulated the playdough by smelling, explaining the texture and making heart shapes.
LEBEAU HEAD START
Lebeau Head Start had Story-time with dad and grandpa for Father Figure Friday.
MELVILLE HEAD START
Regional Science Fair Winners
Jacelyn V. - 2nd Place, Animal Sciences - Sunset Middle
Trey J. - 1st Place, Behavioral & Social Sciences - Arnaudville Elem.
Blaise B., 2nd Place, Chemistry - Arnaudville Elementary
Ricky A. - 1st Place, Environmental Engineering - Arnaudville Elem.
Jace D. - 1st Place, Materials Science - Arnaudville Elem.
Brennan L. - 2nd Place, Microbiology - Arnaudville Elem.
Christian H. - 3rd Place, Physics & Astronomy - Sunset Middle
Payton B. and Juan D. - 1st Place, Cellular & Molecular Biology - Opelousas High
Kennedy O. and Alexia M. - 2nd Place, Cellular & Molecular Biology - Northwest High
Hannah R. - 3rd Place, Chemistry - Northwest High
Ting J. and Abigail M. - 3rd Place, Earth & Environmental Sciences - Eunice High
Eduardo R. and Gabrielle D. - 3rd Place, Plant Sciences - Opelousas High
Senior Division Overall Winner:
Juan D. and Payton B., Opelousas Senior High School, "Evolution: Who Is T-Rex's Closest Living Relative"
UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN
St. Landry Parish School Board Members
Top Row (left to right) - Raymond Cassimere, Kyle Boss, Albert Hayes, Anthony Standberry, Myron Guillory, Josh Boudreaux, Randy Wagley
Not Pictured: John Miller