October 8, 2018
BEAU CHENE HIGH SCHOOL
BCHS Senior Beta Club attended the National Beta Leadership Summit on September 20th and 21st. Officers completed Officer Training and two teams competed in Rapid Response and Lead Out the Box challenges. Both teams qualified to compete at the National Convention this summer in Oklahoma City!
Congratulations to the following members for their outstanding work and qualification to attend the National Convention in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma this summer.
Joshua T., Kaitlyn D., Morgan K., Shelbi R., and Raegan B. for their work in the Rapid Response Challenge.
Addie L., Raegan B., Sebastien W., and Amy D. for their work in the Lead Outside the Box Challenge.
BCHS Beta also received awards for Outstanding Leadership School, School of Merit, and School of Distinction for the 2018-2019 school year.
Great job Beta Club.
Cankton Elementary hosted its annual Grandparents Day on September 26. The nearly 450 grandparents in attendance played BINGO with their grandchildren and received a treat for attending.
Third-grade students at Cankton Elementary have been studying Louisiana festivals and created posters to represent various state festivals.
Cankton students showing their support on October 1, 2018 for Blue Shirt Day/World Bullying Prevention Day
EAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
East Elementary - September Students of the Month
East Elementary recently acknowledged students for earning Accelerated Reading awards
Highland celebrated several AR groups this morning at the synergy assembly.
We had two-second grade students that met their goals for the first nine weeks. They are LaKeveon B and Dezira T.
We had two-second grade students inducted into the 5 point club. They are Alecia B and LaKeveon B.
We had several students from grades 1-4 inducted into the 2 point club. They are Jaylah C, Alayiya D, Jacob F, Don’Driekus G, Colston G, Jaylen M, Harley S, Matthew S, Lyn’Zaeyiah T, Kailen V, and Alayah W.
Congratulations to all of our Highland readers! We can’t wait to see who is inducted into a point club or meets their goals next week! Keep reading, Highland!
EUNICE JR. HIGH
Students in Mrs. Lauren Brown's 7th-grade math class at EJHS are solving problems with decimals using addition and subtraction as a review for an upcoming assessment. Students are calculating their times using stopwatches when creating paper clip chains to compare the fastest times and find the differences of times between groups.
The EJHS Beta Club elected the following individuals for the 2018-2019 school year: (L to R) President- Alivia C, Vice President- Reagan H, Secretary- Josi L, Treasurer- Kyra D, Parliamentarian- Olivia P
Thank you to the Eunice Community for coming out to support the Dads & Kids mission- TIME.
Over forty men-clergy, law enforcement, firefighters, businessmen, dads, granddads, uncles, coaches, city officials, etc. showed the students of EJHS that they had time for them this morning by welcoming them to school and encouraging them in the hallways.
Congratulations to the EJHS September Students of the Month!
Congratulations to Jovie B, 7th grader, for being the 1st EJHS student to reach the AR Millionaire status! Jovie has read over one million words this school year and has a total of 143 AR points.
GRAND PRAIRIE ELEMENTARY
Congratulations to Glendale Students who made Student of the Month for September 2018.
Ms. Manuel’s 1st grade class at Glendale Elementary recently did a Science project where they predicted what a squirrel would choose if given five different options. The project was called “ Squirrel Thief”. Pictured are Gracie W. and Wesley F. checking out the squirrel thief options and Jasmine R. and Jayden L. holding the Science spin newspaper and the graph chart.
Sara L. is the latest student at Glendale to make 10 perfect A.R. scores. Congratulations Sara!
Glendale students are rewarded when they make 10 perfect A.R. scores. Pictured are Ashlyn R. and Walker B. Both students are in 2nd grade.
Kendell C. is a 3rd-grade student at Glendale Elementary. He recently achieved his 10 perfect A.R. scores and was rewarded with a treat and certificate.
Peyton O. and Alyssa M. were awarded a treat and certificate for making 10 perfect A.R. scores. They are 3rd-grade students at Glendale.
GRAND COTEAU ELEMENTARY
Grand Coteau Elementary 2nd grade students enjoyed the "scent" and taste of "delectable" vegetable soup that reflected this week's reading selection "The Ugly Vegetables."
New inductees were inducted into the Highland AR 2 point club on September 26th. Great Leaders are Readers too! Keep reading Highland! We look forward to inducting more members next week!
L to R: Romello G., Raiven D., Maria M., Yacmine B., and Ambria M.
Kona Ice Day at Highland
The rays of sunshine beam on the Krotz Springs Elementary Faculty, Staff, and student body as they honor and acknowledge those who have and are experiencing breast cancer.
Lawtell Elementary School ~ Custodian’s Week
The staff and students honored our custodians all week to show appreciation for their hard work and dedication to our school. Pictured from left to right: N. Womack, J. Bellard, C. Bordelon, R. McCartney, and R. Savoy. We say thanks!
5th Grade Enrichment
The Trojan Woman Set Fleet on Fire
Thanks to the Colomb Foundation for their donation to LES.
Hands-on with Bus Safety procedures
Mrs. Bullard's 8th Grade Louisiana History class at Leonville Elementary is conducting research on various ethnic groups that settled in Louisiana. The students are actively engaged in creating Google Slide presentations to teach their peers about each of the groups they researched groups.
MACA – Ms. Perry’s 7th grade Science class
MACA – Mrs. Thibodeaux’s 8th grade Social Studies class.
We are so happy to welcome this passionate and amazing teacher to our staff. She comes to us from Palmetto Elementary.
MACA - Mrs. Ford’s 9th grade AP Environmental Science class
North Elementary Leader of the month for September! These students we able to dress out of uniform and had a special lunch!
Northeast Elem. Pre-K students from Mrs. Harmon and Mrs. Tasha class made their own pizzas at their Pepperoni Pizza Pajama Party to celebrate the letter Pp.
NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL
In honor of Manufacturing Week, Northwest JAG Career Association was invited to tour Stuller, Inc. Junior and Senior JAG students were given a complete tour of the global manufacturing facility.
Northwest JAG Career Association held a Care Package Supply Drive to benefit the Blue Star Mothers of Louisiana the last week in September. Items collected will be sent to Louisiana soldiers stationed around the world. Names of students who donated were in a drawing for prizes. Thank you to teachers and students who donated!
PARK VISTA ELEMENTARY
Mrs. Tobi and Mrs. Kisha’s Pre-K class having a great time playing color and shape bingo.
Liam B. found an oval during breakfast!
Mrs. Richard’s 4th graders did an electric circuit experiment. Their goal was to figure out how to make the light bulb turn on by using wire and a battery.
Ms. Baque’s kindergarten class enjoying lunch with a friend!
PORT BARRE HIGH
The Port Barre High School PBIS would like to wish Congratulations to the Dynamic Devil Students of the Month for October:
9Th – Evan K. : Evan was nominated because he is always a respectful and polite student. He often helps others, especially in the library with his AP class. Honest is another word to describe Evan – he found money at the Homecoming dance and turned it in.
10th – Parker S.: Parker was nominated because he is always a polite student and is willing to help teachers out. When the students left their litter outside during recess, Parker voluntarily helped Mrs. Theriot pick it up. He was not asked; he saw her doing it and just began to help.
11th – Kim K.: Kimberly is a very polite, sweet student who is always willing to help others. Kim helps tutor at lunch any student who is needing help with Math.
12th – Zoey A.: Zoey is not only a great student but she is always in uniform and has a great attitude. She helps where help is needed throughout the school. She is a good role model for her peers and underclassmen.
Great job to all of these students!!
SOUTH STREET ELEMENTARY
South Street had their Make and Take Family Night October 3rd. Parents came with their students to learn about the science and social studies fairs. Families worked on project boards with supplies provided by the school. Thanks to all who helped make this night a success and thanks to the families for attending.
Sunset Panthers showing their support on October 1, 2018 for Blue Shirt Day/World Bullying Prevention Day
WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Ms. Jackson’s 4th grade Science class of Washington Elementary performed a scientific investigation to see how changing variables affect the flight of straw rockets.