October 2, 2017
Third-grade students at Cankton Elementary have been studying weather. They constructed and tested wind vanes, utilized a rain gauge and thermometer, and recorded and analyzed weather data.
Eunice Police officers and K9Officer Robin visited Eunice Elementary for "Thank a Police Officer Day". The officers came and told the students a little about what they do and introduced the staff and students to the newest member of the police force. The new officer was K9 Officer Robin. The students then presented the officers with posters thanking them for their service to the city. After the presentation, the officers were treated to refreshments. Pictured with principal Mary Dupre and Chief Fontenot is Tabitha Niles' pre k class presenting their poster.
Blaire Dupre and Ashton Pedigo, from Eunice Elementary, presented Officer Robin with his appreciation gifts for his service. Pictured with Blaire and Ashton are Officer Dunn and K9 Officer Robin.
Eunice High School
Eunice High School's new light-up sign displays important announcements such as the upcoming St. Landry Parish Post-Secondary Carousel. The blinking lights definitely grab the attention of students walking near the guidance department and encourages students to visit the counselors often.
Grand Prairie Elementary
On Friday, September 22nd, Mrs. Tonya Guillory's 2nd Grade class made “Fizzy Purple Cows” and studied the 3 states of matter: solid, liquid, and gas! Matter Is Everywhere!
Krotz Springs Elementary
Sparta Aquifer Project
The purpose of this assignment was to allow students to use creative methods to connect to the lesson. This group project exposed students to cause and effect as it related to the Sparta Aquifer. Furthermore, their organizational skills, creativity, and subject knowledge brought this project to life!
KSE’s Wild West “Saddle Up and Read” Book Fair that was held on 9/25 - 9/29 in the KSE Library. A "BIG" thanks to Mrs. Deanna Disotell for hosting our book fair.
Senior Class of 2018 receiving their Letterman Jackets
MACA’s Vocal Department
Twenty-one vocal music students will be a part of the 2017 -2018 District 3 Honor Choir. High School chorus students from Lafayette, Vermillion, Iberia, St. Martin and St. Landry parish all auditioned to be members of this select group of singers. 10 of the students will go on to audition for the Louisiana All-State Choir. The honor choir will have a concert on Monday, October 9th at UL Lafayette’s Angelle Hall Auditorium @ 7 pm. The concert is free to the public.
North Elementary celebrated Grandparents Day September 13, 2017. We had over 80 grandparents in attendance!
South Street Elementary
Mrs. Thomas’s 4th-grade class is learning about weathering and erosion. They had a hands-on lesson where they weathered the dirt.
South Street had its PBIS kickoff week this past week. Friday was superhero day with good behavior.
ULL SPIRIT DAY
Six of the Sunset Middle School Double Threat Cheer Squad members attended ULL Spirit Day. They performed as part of the opening of the ULL game. Double Threat Squad members: Londyn Rodrigue, Sanna Smith, Ava Harris, Brooklyn Vidrine, Aniyah Hebert, and Daviny Domingue. A special thanks to them for doing an amazing job representing our school and squad.