November 13, 2017
Mr. Darrell Bourque who is the author of ten books of poetry and is professor emeritus of English at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette visited Ms. Cortez’ Seventh Grade ELA class.
Red Ribbon Week Door Contest Winners for grades 7 & 8
1st Place Mr. Breaux
2nd Place Coach LeBlanc
3rd Place Ms. Cortez
BEAU CHENE HIGH SCHOOL
East Elementary students receive AR awards.
As part of Drug Awareness Week, students at East Elementary participated in a coloring contest with the day's theme "Real Heroes Don't Do Drugs"
EUNICE HIGH SCHOOL
Ms. Manuel’s 1st-grade class did a lesson on pumpkins and gourds. The students got to feel the different types of gourds and wrote about what they learned. Students also got to paint pumpkins.
GRAND COTEAU ELEMENTARY
GRAND PRAIRIE ELEMENTARY
Students were recognized as Tigers of the month for most improved and outstanding behavior and academics. Students received a certificate, a free dress pass and a ticket to the New Orleans Pelicans basketball game. Students were excited to be greeted by the school’s mascot.
Highland Elementary had a flag retirement/raising on Friday, November 3rd. Mr. David Cradeur (our custodian) is a veteran and he was responsible for getting the veterans to have a ceremony this morning.
Leonville Elementary faculty & staff dressed as Emojis, M&M and Crayons for Halloween.
Students in Ms. Theriot’s 7th and 8th grade were given instructions to build a structure that could hold as many textbooks as possible for a minimum of 1 minute. They were only allowed 8 1inch wide strips of paper and 6 inches of tape to build their structure. The group with the strongest/most stable structure was a group of eighth graders who built a structure that held 37 textbooks (approximately 185 lbs).
MAGNET ACADEMY FOR THE CULTURAL ARTS
MACA students and faculty had fun showing school and class spirit during the 2017 spirit week (October 30 – November 3)
MACA students honored veterans with patriotic performances on Wednesday, November 8
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
On Friday, November 3rd, Northwest High awarded students that earned all A's on their report cards for the entire 2016 -2017 school year with Academic Letterman Jackets. Students, who had already earned and received the Academic Letterman Jackets in past school years, received Academic Letterman Patches to place on their jackets.
The following pictures are students who received Academic Lettermans and Letterman Patches for making all A’s for the entire 2016 – 2017 school year.
OPELOUSAS HIGH SCHOOL
PALMETTO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Lunch with Kings and Queens is held for those students who make a 4.0. The students wear crowns and eat and drink from fancy dishes.
Students who met PBIS expectations for the 1st quarter were treated to a pizza party.
PORT BARRE ELEMENTARY
PORT BARRE HIGH SCHOOL
SOUTH STREET ELEMENTARY
Third and fourth grade 21st Century students conducted a Walking Water Experiment
Ms. Butler’s first-grade science students working on force and motion.
Third graders are learning how to divide through sharing. The students read the book The Doorbell Rang and shared the cookies in equal groups. They also worked in collaborative groups to solve division word problems.
A Panther of the Month breakfast was held at Sunset Middle School for students who exhibit Panther Pride, good behavior, and good citizenship. Special guests were in attendance to congratulate students for their achievements - Charles James, Mayor of the Town of Sunset, Heath Treadway, Assistant Chief of Police, and Luis Padilla, Chief of Police.