March 11, 2019
Website Accessibility Training
Monday, March 18, 2019
Time - 3:30
Location - Resource Center
*It is extremely important that anyone who has access to edit your school website attend this brief Website Accessibility Training. Being under federal oversight for accessibility, we must document attendance for this training. Any teacher that uses Edlio to manage a class website must attend as well.
BEAU CHENE HIGH SCHOOL
CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL
Great Job, Central Middle Faculty, Staff, and Students!
EAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
East Elementary fourth grade AR students who have reached their goal were invited to a Mardi Gras Party. Students made masks and decorated their individual king cakes.
EUNICE HIGH SCHOOL
EUNICE JR. HIGH SCHOOL
We are extremely proud of all of the students who volunteered their time to perform with the choir led by Mr. Damien Papillion and Mr. Brandon Delaphous, perform with the band led by Mr. Lawrence Sassau, perform an interpretive dance to poetry, use their talents for public speaking to MC the event, introduce speakers, greet guests, or be attentive audience members.
Thank you to the History Club and Mrs. Kathy Bollich and Mrs. Brittany Ardoin for organizing the event with the help of Mrs. Dwanetta Scott and Mrs. Johnette Pitre. Thank you to Ms. Castille, Mrs. April Collins, and Mrs. Fran Lemelle for assisting with the choir and performers for the event.
GRAND COTEAU ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Dr. Shonda Brooks visits 3rd graders @ GCES for Read Across America
HIGHLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Michael Godfrey was chosen as the student that showed the best leadership role during our black history month at Highland for being very helpful and respectful!
NORTH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
PARK VISTA ELEMENTARY
PORT BARRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
PORT BARRE HIGH SCHOOL
Stacey Fontenot's classes participated in hands-on STEM activities. Teachers created STEM Binds and correlating activities for the items in each bind. Each bind contains 10 to 12 activities for the contents provided. In one activity students used engineering skills to create the tallest possible structure with the materials given.
SOUTHWEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
On behalf of Southwest Elementary, we would like to thank the St. Landry Parish School Board IT department for all they for all they do for our school! They come when called upon, are friendly, and professional. They really are hardworking men and are often overlooked. We appreciate them!!!
SUNSET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Sunset Middle School participated in the Park Vista Elementary Mardi Gras Parade.
LAWTELL HEAD START
LEBEAU HEAD START
Regional Science Fair
Congratulations to the Regional Science Fair Winners-Headed to State Competition are:
Trey J.-Arnaudville (Behavioral & Social Sciences)
Ricky A.-Arnaudville (Environmental Engineering)
Jace D.-Arnaudville (Materials Science)
Payton B. & Juan D.n-OHS (Cellular & Molecular Biology)
Jacelyn V.-Sunset (Animal Sciences)
Blaise B.- Arnaudville (Chemistry)
Brennan L.-Arnaudville (Microbiology)
Kennedy O. & Alexia M.Northwest High (Cellular & Molecular Biology)
Regional Social Studies Fair
Congratulations to all Social Studies Fair Regional Winners! Those headed to State Competition are listed below:
Chloe D. and Mya H.-Sunset (History/Group)
Donivan L.-PV (LA Hisotry/Individual)
Rylie F.-EJHS (History/Individual)
Layla R.-MACA (LA History/Individual)
Jasmine J. & Kyri P.MACA (LA History/Group)
Colson F.-OHS (LA History/Individual)
Payton B.-OHS (Sociology/Individual)
Cody L.& Deacon R.-EHS (Sociology/Group)
Pictured here: Superintendent Jenkins, Chloe D., Mya H., Board President - Mary Ellen Donato
United Way Campaign
St. Landry Parish School Board presented United Way with a check for donations collected from schools across the district totaling 1,161.00. We would like to thank the St. Landry-Evangeline United Way for their contributions to our district and all who contributed to the United Way Campaign!
READ ACROSS AMERICA
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