September 10, 2018
St. Landry Parish School District is pleased to announce their partnership with Acadiana Center for the Arts.
The arts are a powerful teaching tool. The AcA's Arts in Education and Outreach programs provide
arts experiences to students as well as tools to teachers for integrating the arts into the education
experience. These programs are interdisciplinary learning adventures designed to connect real-life experiences with academic instruction through a broad range of quality arts events and workshops.
- See performances that you can bring to your school!
- Meet the Teaching Artists who can visit your class
- Visit with local arts & cultural organizations
- And there will be cupcakes!
We will have our first “Arts in Education Showcase on Tuesday, September 11, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM at the Delta Grand Theatre. Please help us spread the word!
Bring a friend! Adults only, please.
Ag in the Classroom - AITC Teacher Workshop
Monday, Sep. 24th, 4-7pm
5265 Interstate 49 Frontage Road
AITC Teacher Workshop
Date: September 24, 2018
Time: 4:00 - 7:00 PM
Location: Farm Bureau Building
Our agriculture curriculum will enhance the implemented academic curriculum of St. Landry Parish School System with an appreciation for the agriculture careers within our community.
BEAU CHENE HIGH SCHOOL
Students in Ms. Comeaux’s class created and tested rubber band cars as part of a force and motion lesson.
CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL
CMS Students “Up Close and Personal” with Learner’s Creed at Central Middle School.
Video Clip of Ms. Shelsy Williams and her 6th grade 3rd block ELA class showing enthusiasm for the Learner’s Creed:
I believe in myself and my ability to do my best at all times because I am responsible for my life and for all of my actions:
I will listen,
I will see,
I will speak,
I will feel,
I will think,
I will reason,
I will read,
I will write.
I will do all these things with one purpose in mind--To do my best and not to waste this day for this day will come no more.
Pictured with their principal, Gina Lagrange, are fourth grade teachers:
EUNICE HIGH SCHOOL
EUNICE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Eunice Junior High School hosted professional development, COMPASS: Understanding the Danielson Rubric. Principal Dwanetta Scott invited teachers from local area schools. The professional development was geared towards novice teachers, teachers who are new to the state or district and teachers who may need a “refresher” course. St. Landry Parish School Board member and retired principal, Mary Ellen Donatto, served as the presenter. Teachers from Central Middle School, East Elementary, Eunice Junior High, Eunice High, and Highland Elementary were in attendance.
Thank you to Kona Ice Cajun Prairie North for helping EJHS raise money with your give back program!
GRAND PRAIRIE ELEMENTARY
KROTZ SPRINGS ELEMENTARY
Kristen with Faith House of Acadiana visited KSE to provide students with information on healthy relationships/friendships. Students had the opportunity to have an open-ended discussion on various topics as well as perform a mini-skit
MACA’s 2018-2019 Publications/Yearbook Committee
MACA held a silent fire drill in honor of one of our students, Reggie Leblanc, who needs our support. Please remember him and his family in your thoughts and prayers as he continues to fight for his life.
Students celebrating at the first synergy assembly for the 2018-2019 school year! Students are seen participating in the spirit stick competition, photos of our new pep squad, and photos of students being recognized for their achievements on state testing at the end of the 2017-2018 school year!
Northeast Elementary School
2nd Grade Grant Voter Education
OPELOUSAS JR. HIGH
PARK VISTA ELEMENTARY
PORT BARRE ELEMENTARY
It was Tinker Tuesday in Mrs. Griffin's and Mrs. Miller's science classes at PBE. Students created a plant using a variety of materials.
SOUTH STREET ELEMENTARY
SUNSET MIDDLE SCHOOL
Seventh-grade students in Mrs. Sylvester's science classes experimented with thermal energy at Sunset Middle School. Students observed the effects of temperature on particle movement to build knowledge related to convection.
WASHINGTON CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION CENTER
Congratulations to the Inaugural Certified Nursing Assistant Class. These students earned their CNA certification
after completing their required courses from Washington Vocational/Technical school and from their clinical internships, including the nursing home and hospital
Pictured with the class is their instructor, Gloria Smith Chevis and Jackie Harbour, RN, Clinical Initiative Nurse Coordinator and facilitator of the OGHS, CNA Internship Program. Pictured seated from left: LaNeisha G., Quiana W., Anthony B. and Anthony S.. Pictured standing from left: Masey N., Kylie L., Murkayla J. and Montreall J.