Amite Elementary Magnet School's 2nd Annual African American Read-In
Guest reader, State Representative John Bel Edwards (candidate for Governor of Louisiana) helped launch Amite Elementary Magnet School's 2nd Annual African American Read-In by graciously accepting the opportunity to help make literacy a significant part of Black History Month. He read, "Great Black Heroes: Five Notable Inventors" by accomplished and award-winning author, Wade Hudson to Mrs. Delishia Wilson's 3rd Grade accelerated class.
100 Days Smarter Rangers
Woodland Park Elementary Magnet School became 100 days smarter today as the students and faculty celebrated the 100th day of school. The day was filled with fun skill-related activities focused on the 100th day celebration.
The Southeastern Lab School Beta Club came home with notable wins at the recent District 9 Jr. Beta Competition which was held at Lakeshore High School in Mandeville. Honors include: First Place in Songfest – entire club; First place in Living Literature – Morgan Duncan, Jai-Li Colucci, Holly Bordelon, Madalyn Duncan, Claire Kroussel; First Place in Special Talent – Aubree Lavergne; Second Place in T-shirt – Holly Bordelon and Julia Swank; Second Place in Speech – Emery Echols; Third Place in Tower of Power – Daniel Acosta, Calvin Mai, Peter Mai, Brendan Alack and JaKobe Harris; Fifth Place in Quiz Bowl – Jada Bezue, Jamie McClendon, Lauren DeVaney, Fiona Hawkins. Click here to see more pictures.On Saturday, January 31, 2015, Jr. Beta District Day for District 9 was held in Mandeville. Twenty schools (4th - 8th grade) from Livingston, Tangipahoa, and St. Tammany Parishes competed in various categories. Martha Vinyard 5th & 6th graders won 7 awards and will advance to compete at state convention in May!Back Row: Tyler Cowart, Aidan O'Donnell, Emma Dow, Dody Martinell, Jake Savona, Lucas Puissegur, Hunter Porter, Autumn Smedley, Colin Zimmerman, Haley Brents, Kylie BurksMiddle Row: Jacob Lea, Cole LaCour, Vanessa Smay, Bryce Lipscomb, Noah Polland, Micah Delgado, McKayla Mixon, Lola HansenFront Row: Allie Cenni, Molly Martinell, Ann Marie LaCour, Caroline, Cranford, Savannah McDaniel, Tyler Robertson, Ariana Diaz, Morgan MontetStudents from Ponchatoula Junior High School, Ponchatoula High School, Southeastern Lab School, and Loranger Middle School recently participated in the District IX Louisiana Music Educators' Association Honor Band Ensembles. These students were selected from an individual audition performance that was held in December. Once selected, students participated in the District Honor Band Clinic on Thursday, January 22-Saturday, January 24 held at Southeastern Louisiana University. After three days of rehearsing, the students performed a concert in the Pottle Auditorium at SLU.
First Row: Jai-Li Colucci, SLUL, Chloe Glover, LMS, Miles Lyons, PJHS, Cassidy Anderson, PJHS
Second Row: Jacey Webber, PJHS, Nicholas Hooper, PJHS, Kendall Vining, PHS, Kayla Kelly, PHS, Madeline Maurin, PJHS Micah McGee, PJHS
Third Row: Austin Roy, PHS, Scott Poulin, PHS, Zachery Cusimano, PHS, Lucas Drake, PJHS, William Drake, PJHS
Participating Band Directors (Not Pictured): Jeff Cardaronella, Ponchatoula Junior High, James Square, Ponchatoula High School, Lloyd Bosch, SLU Lab School, Brennan Arceneaux, Loranger Middle SchoolTucker Elementary School Book Club is celebrating their 8th year for the 2nd graders. These second grade students read a chapter book that is above grade level, each month, and meet in the Library for snacks and discussion. Pictured with students are Mrs. Krystle Hyman, Librarian and Mrs. Wendy Savarino, Music Teacher.On Monday, February 9, 2015, students in Coach McCoy’s physical education class began a six week course about nutrition with nutrition educator, Donna Landry (pictured), from the LSU Ag Center. In today’s lesson, students learned about the importance and role of fiber and whole grains in their diets. Ms. Landry distributed handouts to the students and had actual food items and posters for an impressive visual display.All fourth graders at Hammond Eastside are studying a unit of inquiry on “How the World Works.” They are investigating how scientific principles help influence the way we live as humans. More specifically, Mrs. Stacy Lindsey’s fourth grade students are analyzing how the use of a ramp affects the speed of a car. They are gathering information regarding gravity and how it affects our daily lives. The best part is that HEEM students are so engaged in their learning! Pictured: Madison Register, Avery Melton, and Dennis Hebert completing their experiment.