February 25, 2019
Congratulations to the following Boys Basketball Teams for advancing to the Regional Round of the (LHSAA Boys Basketball Playoffs)
1. North Central High vs. Homer @ Homer 6:30 p.m. on (Tuesday)2/26/19
2.Northwest High vs. Madison Prep @ Madison Prep 6:30 p.m. on (Tuesday) 2/26/19
Employee Appreciation Week – February 25 – March 1, 2019.
ARNAUDVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Elks Hoop Shoot
EUNICE HIGH SCHOOL
GLENDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
GRAND COTEAU ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
HIGHLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Thanks to our wonderful guest speakers this week! We truly thank each of you for having your very own wonderful way of expressing the importance of Black History Month to the students of Highland! We thank Mr. Randall Vigee (President of Pedestal Bank and husband to our wonderful teacher, Mrs. Susan Vigee), Simeon Ardoin (Eunice High Sophomore Quarterback), and Mrs. Barbara "Pat" Guillory (retired educator and exercise instructor).
MACA’s Black History Program – “Black Migrations”
Creative writers, dancers, the concert band, chorus students, art students, theater students, the Spirit Team, and the MACA Step Team all came together to put on a beautiful program on the history of “Black Migrations” in American, highlighting the struggles and impacts of the Exodusters, the Great Migration, and key players in the Harlem Renaissance.
NORTHEAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
OPELOUSAS JR. HIGH SCHOOL
PALMETTO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Matthew G and Kahlil D, both students at Palmetto Elementary, participated in the Elks Lodge 1048 Hoop Shoot. Both students placed first in each of their respected divisions and have advanced to the state championship round which will take place on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at Westminster Christian Academy.
Members of the Palmetto Elementary BETA Club visited Tri-Community Nursing Center to celebrate Valentine’s Day with the residents.
PARK VISTA ELEMENTARY
Mrs. Grossie, Mrs. Lafleur, and Mrs. Thibodeaux made butter with their 4th graders. The students read a fable about not giving up and persevering through different challenges. Their teachers figured making butter was a great way to teach the students how hard work and perseverance pays off in the end. The students were able to eat butter and crackers to celebrate all of their hard work. This was a great cross curricular activity that the students really enjoyed.
PORT BARRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
PORT BARRE HIGH SCHOOL
SUNSET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Washington Elementary celebrates National School Counseling Week.
Pictured Charles Johnson, School Guidance Counselor, and Principal, Brenda Lavergne.
LEONVILLE HEAD START
LEBEAU HEAD START
MELVILLE HEAD START
St. Landry Parish School Board Members
Top Row (left to right) - Raymond Cassimere, Kyle Boss, Albert Hayes, Anthony Standberry, Myron Guillory, Josh Boudreaux, Randy Wagley
Not Pictured: John Miller