Superintendent Update

January 8, 2018

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January 15, 2018

NO SCHOOL in observance of Martin Luther King's Birthday

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Christmas Lunch with Parents
Christmas Dance
Door Contest Winners: Ms. Mallet & Ms. Cortez

Beta Toy Drive


Beau Chene teacher receives national scholarship
Richard attends national conference in Nashville
BCHS held its 27th Annual Christmas Pageant on Friday, December 1, 2017.
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PBIS held its mid-year party to celebrate students who have exhibited the expected behaviors. More than 250 students were able to attend.


Ms. Gaspard's 1st and 3rd grade students made and decorated reindeer antlers to wear for their Polar Express party. Pictured left to right is Tarahj Alfred, Audrianna Doucet,. Next row is Katlyn Semien, Trampas Sanchez, Dwayne Doucet, Kariana Fruge, Alex Crader, Gerome White, Yasmine Lemelle, Noah Trahan and Hadelyn Fontenot.
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To celebrate Honor Your Veterinarian Day , Eunice Elementary invited Dr. Tim Deshotel, vet and owner of Northside Vet Clinic, to come and speak to the students. Dr. Tim explained how to take care of your pets and showed the students how he does a basic exam on his patients. Dr. Tim used Tater Tot, Ms. Perkins Yorkie, to demonstrate what he does. After his presentation, Ms. Chelsee Checker's third grade class presented Dr. Tim with a poster and sweet treats. Pictured left to right are David Daigle, Alex Crader, Dashae Davis, Makadein Guidry, Kennedy Lee, Carne Cormier, Yasmine Lemelle, Brayden Langley, Ke'Daisha Scott, Aiden Thibodeaux and William Carroll. MS. Checker is the teacher holding Tater Tot.
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The Eunice Junior High School Beta Club assisted in collecting toys for the Eunice Fire Department annual Toys for Tots drive.

Pictured are (L to R): Firefighter/Operator Steven Fontenot, Abbie Dupre- Beta President, Jeslyn Edwards- Vice President, Firefighter/Operator Manny Sandavol

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Highland's Pre-K sang Reindeer Pokey for Highland's Christmas program.
Highland Elementary Pre-K celebrated Christmas by creating Santa bells, edible Christmas Trees, reindeer food, and beaded red and white candy canes.
Mrs. Amy Myers' Kindergarten Class making reindeer food at Highland Elementary.


Leonville Elementary’s 5th Grade DARE Graduation
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Ms. Joseph’s USH class utilizing technology in the classroom. Student took their midterm exams using their SLP google classroom accounts.
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Northwest High School AP History students participating in a weekend study session to prepare for Midterm Exams.
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Northwest High School AP History students participating in a research lock-in to complete their SS research project.
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Northwest High AP World History class collaborating to complete an illustration project to prepare for an Unit Exam.
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OHS' Young follows through on commit to Georgia State
He became the first St. Landry Parish football player to sign a letter of intent during the early signing period on Wednesday


Our Christmas parade was a huge success! The weather turned out great and the streets were filled with happy parade goers. An extra special thank you to our parade Grand Marshal Devery Henderson!
Faculty and staff members donated toys and toiletries to the Faith House women’s shelter.
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DARE graduation essay contest winners.
Parents in the car rider line and bus drivers were treated to donuts and hot chocolate on a chilly, winter morning!


A Remarkable Keynote Speaker Staffed at Park Vista Elementary

Park Vista Elementary teachers felt invigorated and inspired throughout the Professional Development Ms. Senegal presented, as well as, the time spent during their Professional Learning Communities that followed.

Educational Leader Ms. Stephanie Senegal wanted Park Vista Elem.'s faculty and staff to collaborate together in a more conducive setting that was "relaxed" with some comical points and heart-felt highlights. The meeting setting remained professional; however, the opportunity to learn about one another--Teachers, Paras and Administrators--gave rise to faculty and staff appreciation of each other.

All of Park Vista's Educators were the recipients of the invaluable gifts of gratitude and empowerment. In 2018, Park Vista Elem.'s employees will be eager to re-engage in each other, their students, and the enrichment of instructional practices of meaningful engagement.

Ms. Senegal's take on her style of presentation is simple but direct-and-receptive: "I wanted us to dig deep; to use some critical thinking, and discuss, share and have a true PLC. I wanted to gradually introduce- how people learn to get us thinking about our students. They come to us each and every day with their very best! It’s our responsibility to transform their lives."

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Mrs. Meghan’s 2nd grade class with the Grinch at PVE!
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Representatives from Hancock Whitney Bank visited the Kindergarten classrooms at Port Barre Elementary to discuss the importance of saving money. They were read a story and the class received candy canes, cookies, and pencils. Thank you for reading to us today!


Port Barre Middle school was named the Cool school of the week by KATC. Please see attached link. We are so proud of our staff and students!


Students in Mrs. Thompson’s third grade classes watched a video on how to draw the Grinch. Each child did their own drawing based on the directions. They came out great and proved that everyone can be an artist.


Southwest Elementary celebrate Music and Art with WyndSync Ensemble

Southwest Elementary School

PreK – Grade 2 ELA/Math Winter Family Night

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Southwest Elementary Pre-K Classes: “Not So Ugly Sweater Day”
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