September 11, 2017
7th Grade participated in the St. Landry Parish Youth BLAST – Boldly Living As Smart Teens
2017 PBIS Kickoff
What’s Your Super Power?
4-H meetings at Arnaudville Elementary
Meet Ms. Perry, Arnaudville Elementary ’s new counselor.
Students in Mrs. Ashley Marks’ second-grade class are learning about the cardinal directions in social studies. Last Friday, we came up with a cute catch phrase together as a class to help us remember the order of the directions. "Never Eat Salty Worms!" Students were given a plate with a little salt and some gummy worms to try salty worms. Most agreed, they will NEVER eat them again! And now, they remember
North South East West.
Pictured here is Mrs. Bellard….Highland Elementary is pleased to announce that we were chosen to receive the Dollar General Literacy grant. This grant will be funded by the Dollar General Literacy Foundation. The grant was written by our very own Mrs. Bellard. The grant amount is $2,500. The funds will be used to help promote literacy for Highland.
Krotz Springs Elementary
In an effort to positively get our KSE students back in the swing of things we kicked off the year with a “Sports” themed PBIS party. Students were allowed to wear their favorite team shirt or jersey and denim bottoms. We wanted to remind our KSE Mustangs what a GRANDSLAM they are and to always remember to be responsible, respectful, and safe! A drawing was held during general assembly, where (3) students from each grade level (Pre-K – 8th ) had a chance to win free snacks or a McDonald’s gift card.
SLP Convocation 2017- Lawtell Leaders are the Best!
Faculty, staff, and students donated items for Hurricane Harvey victims.
South Street Elementary
Mrs. Thompson's students use class dojo as a PBIS incentive. The students pictured had the most points and got to sit around the room as a reward.
Mrs. Thompson's third graders are dancing to their brain break songs.
Southwest Elementary - P.B.I.S. Kickoff Week
Bubble gum activity - Mrs. Storey's 5th grade Science Class
The goal of the lesson was to be able to use the scientific method to solve problems and collect data-based observations. In doing the investigation, students used differentiate qualitative and quantitative data.
Ms. Erica LaFountaine
Standing true to Sunset Middle School’s creed – “Dedicated to Excellence”, Ms. Erica LaFountaine Meche pushes herself and her 7th-grade students to excellence on a daily basis. This is ever so obvious in Ms. Meche’s pursuit to ensure that her students have the best experiences and the finest of materials. The passion and dedication she has to her students is evident to many and most recently to Scholastic Book Clubs. Out of 82,000 applicants, Ms. Meche’s grant was funded awarding her $500 to enhance her classroom library.