Superintendent Update

November 27, 2017

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Student Council judged the door decorating contest.
5th Grade visits the Solid Waste Landfill and the Visitor Center.
Thanks to the VFW for the school supplies.
Kona Ice visited campus.


Cankton Elementary held its annual Family Reading Night. Our SUPER students visited six superhero- themed literacy stations which focused on skills such as comparison/contract, making inferences, questioning, and more. Once students and parents visited all of the stations, they received a do-it-yourself comic book.


East Elementary students recently invited Veterans to visit our school and have breakfast with them. Each veteran was given a booklet with drawings and letters from our students. The Eunice High School Band was on hand to play the Star Spangle Banner.

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2nd Quarter - Super Behavior

First row left to right: Bretton Ballew PK , Meeyah Celestine PK, Cullen Babineaux K, Natalie Ortego K, Austin Jones 1 , Trenton Bond 1, Larissa Vidrine 1, and Tyler Blount 2

Standing left to right: Aadien Farley 2 , Taven Vanzant 2, Rontarius Morrison 3, Wesley thibodeaux 3, Hunter Abbott 3 , Jackson Breaux 4, Aiden Young 4, Marquis Hooker 4, and Trina Fontenot 4

2nd Quarter - Super Student

Sitting left to right: Adalynn Peres PK, Mason Jackson K, Kason Duran K, McKinley Douglas 1 , Kalley Thomas 1 , Jayden Ledet 1 , Lily Osburn 2, and Lyla Thibodeaux 2

Standing left to right: Kowen Dupre 2, Alaya Cormier 3, Latrell Williams 3 , Serenity Lockhart 3 , Noah Lejeune 4 , Raphael Maglalang 4, Rihanna Joseph 4, Hunter vicknair 4 , Kyle Fontenot 4


At the weekly Flag Pole Ceremony, Eunice Elementary recognized its readers who worked hard at their Accelerated Reading goals. those students are Valerie Daigle, Shaniyah Jones, Darrien White, Javaylon Thomas, Hayden Morales, Wes Moreau, Taylon Sattler, Jasmine Loyd, Aiden Thibeaux, Ava Grace Brown, Parker Pedigo, and Robert Fontenot.
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To help Eunice Elementary celebrate Veteran's Day, the members Of the Doucet Aucoin Post 8971 and the Ladies Auxilliary visited the school. Pictured Are Boby Latiolais, Bernita Briscoe, Glenda Bergeron, Moe Matte, Linda Thibodeaux and Chasidy Crader. Back row is Al Wilson, Larry Lejeune, David Crader, Roger Veillon, Terry Fontenot, Roland (not pictured) and Donald Estillette.
On Nov. 10th, members of the Doucet Aucoin Post 8971, along with the Ladies Auxilliary Number 8971 held a flag raising ceremony at Eunice Elementary School. Showing students the proper way to fold and display the flag is Mr. David Crader another Post member. Mr. Donald Estillette read the order of folding the flag and what each fold stood for. Watching Mr. Crader fold the flag is Tayvien Smith, Joseph Honore and Taylon Xavier.
At the Veteran's Day celebration at Eunice Elementary School, while the flag was being raised, Mr. Carol Orego played Revelie. A large amount of students had never heard the Revelie played and were very amazed to hear it.


On Monday, November 13th, Eunice High School band performed for a Veteran’s Day program at East Elementary.


Caroline Vienne has been named the Eunice Junior High School Student of the Year for 2017-2018. ​

Caroline is the daughter of Ryan and Minette Vienne.

Congratulations, Caroline on receiving this honor and good luck while competing for the St. Landry Parish 8th grade Student of the Year.

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​Eunice Junior High School Beta Club Officers

L to R: Olivia Gil- Officer in training, Jeslyn Edwards- Vice President, Abbie Dupre- President, Kelly Sonnier- Parliamentarian, Cicelee Jones- Secretary

The Jr Beta Club at EJHS has been revived after 10 years of inactive service thanks to Sponsor Fran Lemelle and Co-Sponsor Lauren Brown


On November 10, 2017, Glendale Elementary help a Veterans Day Celebration to honor all branches of the service. There was a presentation of a new flag and an explanation of the flag fold were given to the school by the local VFW Chapter. Mr. Dwight Jodon played “The Star Spangled Banner” and “Taps” for all to enjoy. The students held a parade to honor all those in attendance. Veterans were treated to refreshments provided by the school faculty. More pictures can be found on the Glendale Website.

Ms. Manuel’s 1st grade class recently engineered a backpack for survival on a mountain landform.


GPE students learn about fire safety!
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Students in Mr. Lucito and Mrs. Moore’s class were pledge leaders this week. Students assist with morning announcements and reading the lunch menu.
1st grade students enjoyed a field trip this week at the Science Museum and the Bowling Alley.


Highland Elementary celebrated Veterans Day on Friday, November 10th by honoring our local veterans and treating them to red beans and rice along with many other delicious sides.


KSE’s Social Studies Fair was held on 11/9. Congratulations to all winners.

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On November 10th KSE Elementary held is annual Veterans Day program. The student body did an excellent job in honoring our Veterans through songs, skits, essays, poems, and much more. As an extended “Thank You” all veterans and guest were invited to stay for refreshments afterwards.


Mrs. Brown 4th grade students conducted research about a character in mythology using both print and digital resources. This research is part of the extension task for their novel “The Lightning Thief”.
Ms. Carte 3rd graders created dioramas of urban, suburban, and rural communities.


5th grade Student of the Year: Rashad Gradnigo
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Northeast Elementary Student of the Year Candidates.

Pictured are: Jhala Jolivette, Destini Dupre, Shayna Chevis, Rashad Gradnigo, Makayla Henry and Mar’Quairra Eaglin.

The Veterans Day Program was held on Friday, November 10, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. in the cafeteria.


Northwest played against Avoyelles High and defeated the Mustangs 40 – 28. Northwest will take on Westlake High in the 2nd Round of the playoffs on Friday at Westlake.
On Monday 11/13/17, Mr. Reed’s BCA classes created M&M Spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel. They had to separate a pack of M&M’s by color and input the data into a spreadsheet they created. They had to speak with other classmates and obtain their data to place in their spreadsheet as well. Once all the data was placed in the spreadsheet, they had to input formulas to calculate the totals and averages for the data and create a Pie Chart and Column or Bar Chart to visually display their data.
On Friday , November 10th Northwest High School inducted students to their National BETA club.
“Northwest JAG Career Association held its first Initiation and Installation Ceremony on Monday, November 13, 2017. The ceremony is to celebrate the students’ involvement in the JAG Program and the Career Association. Mr. LaDonte Murphy, former graduate of Northwest High and the 27th JD Assistant District Attorney, were present to install the officers and members. Also in attendance as our invited guest was Mr. Anthony Standberry. Both guest gave students an inspiring motivational speech. The 50 JAG members, which include, 6 officers were sworn in and presented JAG membership cards by Mrs. Mouton, the JAG Specialist at Northwest High School.”
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Students who donated can goods to the St. Landry Parish Food Bank were given a free jean day.

Pre-K students enjoyed the Western Themed Book fair photo station.

Parents and grandparents enjoyed eating Thanksgiving lunch with their babies!

Upper grades social studies fair projects.
Second grade social studies projects.


Pictures from Mrs. Meghan’s class at Park Vista Elementary!

3rd graders are loving Because of Winn Dixie!

Mrs. Meghan’s 2nd and 3rd grade classes for career day! A great group of doctors!
Mrs. Meghan’s 2nd and 3rd grade officers for career day!
Mrs. Meghan’s 2nd and 3rd graders at PVE loved showing off their outfits for career day!
Mrs. Meghan’s 2nd grade students enjoyed Ag in the Class!


1st Picture - Special Olympic 3rd Place Bowling Winner - T. Polotzola
2nd Picture - Special Olympic 4th Place Bowling Winner - I. Armand


Junior Beta showing their appreciation for Support Staff week and donating personal hygiene items to the New Life Center.​


Our Port Barre Middle School 5th Grade "Loony Looming Knit Club" knitted red baby hats to donate to the American Heart Association.

In picture from left to right:

Addison Stelly, Annie Kate Guidroz, Mckenzie Jenkins, Leah Fontenot, Aynsli Guilbeau, and Alycee Wheaton

Alycee Wheaton, 5th grade ELA teacher

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The students of Sunset Elementary Journeys to Careers class participated in a Community Service Week. The students learned the importance of Community Service and how giving back to their own community can impact the culture. The students were given an assignment to develop their own Community Service Project that would impact the culture of the school. The class came up with a great idea of creating “Compassion Kits”. These Compassion Kits were care packages donated to the School Counselor to give out to students in need. The Compassion Kits were filled with Encouragement Letters, school supplies, candy, home made stress balls, friendship bracelets, and other items to give to a student who may be going through a though time. Out staff here at Sunset are very proud of the creativity and hard work these students put in to be selfless and make a change for the better at their school.


Thanks to St. Landry Parish School Board member, Mr. Anthony Standberry, for his dedication to St. Landry Parish.