Students from Mrs. Sandra Holley's second grade class at Midway Elementary school performed for family and friends in the play "The Mayflower Voyage" . Students pictured are: back row - Jordan Taylor, Anthony Andrews, Taj Jackson; front row - Katie Whitney, Angeligue Nyguyen, Jacob Lara.Hammond Jr. High Magnet School - Student Government Association holding their meeting in Mr. Perry's office.
The Nesom Jr. Beta Club went on a service field trip to NorthLake Suppoet
Services and assisted the Special Olympics.Mr. Frank Fekete's Agriculture Iclass at independence High is working hard on the farm producing broccoli and cauliflower in the schoolgarden.All Pro Dads at Hammond Westside MontessoriMr. Ralph Haynes Sr, a coach for Hammond Junior Tornadoes Youth Organization, was the guest speaker for the All Pro Dads Breakfast at Hammond Westside Montessori School. The central idea of his talk was to impress on parents the impact that being involved in their children’s lives has on their future. He stressed that communicating with teachers, knowing weekly grades, putting academics before sports, and supporting children at all times are what build confidence and good character in children. “If athletes don’t have education to fall back on, they won’t succeed. Parents, hold your children accountable for their choices”, said Coach Haynes. Mr. Mike Stant, the administrator of Hammond Westside Montessori, told the dads and children, “Have your own plan or you’ll be part of someone else’s plan.” This was a quote from Mr. Stant’s dad.
Pictured left to right are the students who won door prizes and their dads: Christopher Genre, Nicholas Genre, Robert King, Blythe King, Danny Howard, Tristan Howard, Kawanna Gordan, Ro’nyah Felder, Terryana Hines, Byron Reid, Alexis Vance, James Leeper, Dixid Moore, Dixid Moore, Jr., Kenneth Hollins, and Kenneth Hollins, Jr.
Independence Middle Magnet School recently hosted its Math, Literacy, Science, and Technology Night. Every teacher created a game or activity that was easily reproducible for parents. Parents were given booklets to bring home so that every game or activity could be played at home with their child. It was a very family oriented event, and everyone had a fabulous time.
Mrs. Spring, right,teaches student, Makayla Galladora and her mother how to play a graphing prediction game in Math. Brian Babb teaches Kvindra Blackwell how to use Venn Diagrams when reading stories and selections in class. Mr. Blount's 5 minute ice cream station was a huge hit with everyone who received this tasty treat.
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Loranger High students are illustrating their vocabulary word, formidable, by acting out a frozen scene in Ms. Kristina McDonald's freshman English class.
The Hammond High Magnet School Lady Tornado Volleyball Team donated a total of $1180 to cancer survivors in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Mrs. Linda Sullivan, a breast cancer survivor, and HHMS teacher Mr. Michael Kyles' nine year old niece, whose mother lost her battle with breast cancer just a month ago, were the recipients of the donation. All money was raised by students from various activities which included wearing pink shirts to school, bake sales, and the sale of the HHMS Pink Out shirts. HHMS is a proud supporter of community efforts to bring awareness about breast cancer.Pictured - Sitting: Starlynn Josey, Justice Lusk, Valerie Nguyen, Emma Griffith, Valerie Meyer,
Second Row: Serena Henry, Tiffany Fambro, Linda Sullivan, Coach Babin, Michael Kyles, Amy Arceneaux, Claire Traylor
Back Row: Kristen Favalora, Brittani Barksdale, Bianca Duplessis, Amanda DeBord, Samantha Cetta, Brooke Giaratano, Jamie Davis, Kinley Robertson, Daisy HigginsThanksgiving celebration at Loranger Middle School in Mrs. Beverly Williams' class.Recently, a group of female students representing Hammond Junior High Magnet School attended a workshop at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Tulane University’s GIST Program (Girls in STEM- Tulane) provided these young ladies an opportunity to meet and work with women role models in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. The Workshop was developed and offered by faculty and student teams from Tulane University. They encouraged and empowered the girls to inquire, investigate, and discover in a positive environment. The goal of GIST is to open the doors wide and welcome young students to careers in STEM fields by encouraging creative thinking, promoting self-esteem, and increasing awareness of the opportunities that await them. The girls were accompanied by STEM coordinator Tressa Jackson and Stacy Sylve.. Click here to see more pictures.On Thursday, November 14th, over 40 students at Independence Elementary participated in their annual Thanksgiving feast held at Faith Temple Ministries in Independence, La. Two students from each homeroom were selected to attend the feast because they follow all PBIS expectations at school. The feast is lovingly prepared by members of Faith Temple Ministries and staff members of IES. Several businesses throughout the area also donate items for the event. This year, students created apple turkeys to take home and share with family members. A pilgrim, library media specialist Sheila Willie, also helped serve the students at the feast.