Superintendent Update

January 21, 2019

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Google Drive and Docs for Beginners

Target Audience - K-12 & Administrators

Subject Area: All Subjects

Date: 1/28/18

Time: 3:45-5:15

Location: Computer Lab

*Stipend will be given

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ARNAUDVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

4-H Meeting with grades 7 & 8

4-H Meeting with grades 5 & 6

Pep Rally at Arnaudville

Cheerleaders from Arnaudville

BEAU CHENE HIGH SCHOOL

Mia Dupuis placed as a State Finalists for the Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship Award. This award honors both male and female high school students who excel in academics, athletics, and student leadership. Congratulations!!!

CAPS

Christian Boutte, former pro football player for the Cleveland Browns, visited CAPS today to speak to students to about his school years in Opelousas. Christian is a native of Opelousas and enjoyed his visit with some of his grade school teachers. Thanks to Christian for sharing his life lessons with the students of CAPS!
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EAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

East Elementary - December Students of the Month

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East Elementary - 4.0 Party

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East Elementary 3rd grade science students learning about genetics and traits.
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EUNICE HIGH SCHOOL

https://youtu.be/QHap6UwNAeg?list=UUI3h674Zg99ChgWd2GfG5cQ

GLENDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


Glendale Elementary Students of the Week for January 14- 18, 2019.
LEFT-TO-RIGHT: Cornell W., Taonna S., Ronald C., Grayson P., Isabelle G., Jace A., Carsen W., Braylan T., Anamya S., Aliyana G., Brennan M., Abel C., Chesney P.
NOT PICTURED: Maleek C., Olivia G., Kenleigh J.
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Glendale Students who made 10 perfect A.R. scores. Congratulations on all of the great reading!
Eunice postal workers, Mr. Ray and Mrs. Feloman, recently paid a visit to Glendale KN classes . They discussed daily routines about the mail routes and daily duties that are performed at the post office. Their daughter ,Raegina Rougeau, is a student in Mrs. Prudhomme’ s class. Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Rougeau for sharing your knowledge with Glendale students!

GRAND COTEAU ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


Congratulations to Mrs. Millie Simon!
Grand Coteau Elementary Teacher of the Year!
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GRAND PRAIRIE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

GPES Fourth Grade PBIS Students.

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GROLEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


The PBIS Committee rewarded Grolee Elementary students with zero infractions in the 1st and 2nd grading periods. A student from each class was able to choose a prize from the table! Great job, super leaders!!!
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Grolee Elementary celebrated the end of the 2nd grading period with a Synergy Assembly. Students received recognition in the areas of perfect attendance, AR, and honor roll. Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Soileau’s classes won the leadership sticks. 4th grade won the spirit stick!

HIGHLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Thanks so much to Ms. Josie Frank for taking her valuable time out to speak to Highland's students about the true meaning of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. They now have a real understanding of the reason that there is no school on Monday. Ms. Josie Frank is also pictured below with her granddaughter, Jamya Bell (a wonderful Highland student), and Ms. LeDoux (Highland's principal).
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Once again, Dads & Kids provided Mr. Gatti's meals for students of the month! Way to go students! Thanks so much to this wonderful organization for always recognizing our students that go above and beyond!
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KROTZ SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Krotz Springs Elementary 5th grade Student of the Year. Syndey K.

Krotz Springs Elementry 8th grade Student of the Year Allie L.

LAWTELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Lawtell Elementary 8th Grade Student of the Year-M.Guillory
Lawtell Elementary 5th Grade Student of the Year - G. Bordelon

Congratulations to our 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year~ Mrs. Emily Young!


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NORTH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL


North Central High School girls’ varsity basketball team doing community service on Friday, January 11, 2019 at Tri-Community Nursing Center in Palmetto, La.
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Ms. Bob’s English IV class at NCHS brought some of the characters from Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales to life in a modern day society.

Cornelius Eady visits with English students at North Central High School.

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NORTHEAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Mrs. Taylor's 5th grade Science class at Northeast Elementary had a Science Museum Exhibit in connection to their Ecosystems Unit. Students presented their projects to the lower grade levels.
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OPELOUSAS HIGH SCHOOL


Opelousas High's Tiger Talk Book Club
Today they gathered after school to eat snacks and discuss the novel Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson. They participated in small group discussion and competed for prizes in a trivia match.
Trivia winners: Dajonay C., Chloe G., and Ashlyn B.
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PARK VISTA ELEMENTARY

Mr. Raylon Narcisse’s fifth-grade math students at Park Vista Elementary are working in groups to find common denominators and equivalent fractions using fraction strips and their fractions instruction sheets.
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SOUTHWEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


‪Southwest Elementary School ‬
‪ Honor Roll Students for the 2nd Nine-Week Grading Period - Congratulations!‬
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Southwest Elementary School Teacher of the Year - Congratulations to Mrs. Angela Alfred, Third Grade Teacher!
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SUNSET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Sunset Middle School is having a “Saints”ational Friday to support the New Orleans Saints and Sunset Panthers. Students, faculty, and staff were encouraged to wear a Saints jersey to school since the school colors are the same as the New Orleans Saints - It’s a Black and Gold Thing! Sunset Panthers will host the 23rd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. middle school basketball tournament
January 17th- 20th. Everyone is invited to come out and support our team. All coaches, officials, sponsors, and administrators are invited to visit the hospitality room where complimentary food and beverages will be served by the “Saints”ational staff at Sunset Middle. Thanks in advance to all who have contributed.
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Sunset Middle School’s AR Student of the Week - Farrah C.

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Sunset Middle School held Saturday tutoring for 5th through 8th grade on January 12th. We are extremely happy to be able to offer this free service to our students and feel confident that these tutoring sessions will help to better prepare our children for the LEAP assessment this year. The next Saturday tutoring session is January 26th. All selected students are encouraged to attend. Special thanks to our wonderful teachers - Ms. Jeanne Matte, Mrs. Hope Travis, Mrs. Tiffany Gardner, and Mrs. Melissa Kidder.
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Ms. Thomas' 6th grade Math students have a lot to celebrate. Twenty-one of her students scored Advanced or Mastery on the Leap 360 Interim test. Her students were treated to a hot chocolate bar on Friday, January 18th. The students have set higher goals for the next interim test. Congratulations to Ms. Thomas and her students.
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HEAD START

LAWTELL HEAD START

Lawtell Head Start Center balloon release in observance of Dr.Martin Luther King, Jr.

LEBEAU HEAD START

DISTRICT

St. Landry Parish School Board Members

Bottom row (left to right)- Joyce Haynes; Hazel Sias; Donnie Perron (Vice President); Mary Ellen Donatto (President); Denise Rose
Top Row (left to right) - Raymond Cassimere, Kyle Boss, Albert Hayes, Anthony Standberry, Myron Guillory, Josh Boudreaux, Randy Wagley
Not Pictured: John Miller
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School Board Recognition Month

The month of January marks the annual observance of School Board Recognition Month - A great time to acknowledge the work of school board members and celebrate public education. Our St. Landry Parish School Board members strive to positively impact students in their district and throughout St. Landry Parish. Their decisions and actions affect the lives of our communities’ children and employees of the school district. Join us in celebrating School Board Recognition Month. If you have the opportunity, please make an effort to tell your school board member how his or her hard work is appreciated. Calls and cards with messages of thanks are just a couple ways you might feel inclined to show your appreciation.
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2018-2019 DISTRICT CALENDAR