October 1, 2018
BEAU CHENE HIGH SCHOOL
A pizza party was held today at Central Middle School to recognize students who are doing outstanding things with academics, good character, and have great attitudes about school. Students were nominated by teachers and administration. The pizza was donated by Paul DeRousselle, Eunice native, and Eunice Mayor Scott Fontenot.
EAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
EUNICE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION CENTER
The Eunice High School Booster Club acknowledged the generous donation of a golf cart to EHS Football team from Mark and Becky Daigle. Steve Bollich with Mudbugs Golfcarts painted it after it was rebuilt by our instructors Randy Turner, Danny Soileau, and Kerry Fontenot at Eunice Career & Technical School.
Pictured left to right: Randy Turner, Mark Daigle, Mitch Fontenot-EHS Principal, Paul Trosclair-EHS Athletic Director, Roger Pedigo-EHS Booster Club President, Danny Soileau, Kerry Fontenot, and Steve Bollich.
EUNICE HIGH SCHOOL
Students at Eunice High School enjoy Café Wednesday. This reward is given on the last Wednesday of every month to students who are selected by their teachers for being outstanding in some way the previous month. They receive a “free” hour of their choice in the Renaissance café to play games, have snacks, and interact with community leaders.
Congratulations Glendale Students of the Week for the week of September 3-7, 2018!
Glendale students are really loving reading their A.R. books this year. Pictured are students who have made 10 perfect A.R. scores. Each student was rewarded with candy and a certificate. Congratulations to all of you!
“Grolee Elementary 4th Grade Math students in Mrs. Savoie’s Class completed a review activity called “Unlock the Box”. Students had to answer Leap like questions on specific Math standards, show their work and get them correct. After answering all questions correctly, they received 3 clues that would lead them to a 3 digit code to unlock their lockbox. If they figured out their code and opened their box they got a reward. Great lesson for engagement, accountability, teamwork, and learning!”
4th Grade Music Class with Mr. Sassau at Highland
Smarty Ants of the Week in Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten Class at Highland
Highland's Hardworking Lunch Ladies...Linda Thomas, Jill Thomas, and Karen Ardoin
Six of Highland's Wonderful Students received the news on Thursday; September 27th that they have been invited to join the Jr. Beta Club. L to R : Mrs. Kristen Bacon, Colston G., Maria M., Ambria M., Yacmine B., Janna S., Ale'yah B., and Mr. Jason T.
NORTH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
A big thank you to our guest speaker Chief Donald Thompson for gracing us with his presence this morning during North Elementary's Grandparents Day celebration!
OPELOUSAS HIGH SCHOOL
Students at Opelousas High School who are taking Advanced Placement courses (math, science, and English) thanks to ExxonMobil and NMSI for helping them attempt to pass college-level courses while still in high school.
PARK VISTA ELEMENTARY
Students in Mr. Raylon Narcisse's fifth-grade science class at Park Vista Elementary are diligently working in groups to identify physical and chemical changes of matter. We are scientists hard at work!
Ms. Kim Manuel’s 5th-grade student made dioramas showing how the early people lived. A hunt and how the early Americans used the animals they killed had to be included. A paragraph explaining what the scene was and why you felt the scene was important had to be attached.
Rebecca and Carson, are enjoying eating lunch together as part of our PBIS lunch with a friend pass!
The Pre-K classes at Palmetto Elementary went on a walking (wagon) tour of the village. They visited the post office, police station, town hall, and Budden’s Grocery Store.
SOUTH STREET ELEMENTARY
“Mrs. Broussard’s class at South Street Elementary is mastering the skill of counting and ordering numbers 0 to 5 by creating a counting caterpillar.”
Sunset Middle School Jr. BETA Club participated in the National Beta Leadership Summit. Three teams competed in Rapid Response, Lead Out the Box, & Service Snapshot. Thus qualifying them to compete on the National level held in Oklahoma City this summer. A fourth team participated in Officer Training preparing them to hold club officer roles.
Take a look at our SMS panthers hosting their very own Socratic Seminar in our Library!
Sunset students were “CAUGHT SHOWING CHARACTER” (self-confidence). The students were recognized and rewarded by Mrs. Cravins (school counselor) as part of her character education program.
Jailah R. placed first at Sunset Middle School in the Dare Essay Contest. Her essay was entered into District IV competition. She placed first in District IV and received a plaque and $200 award! Jailah is pictured with Deputy West SLPSD Dare Officer. Congratulations Jailah!