Students in grades 4th-6th attended the 5th Annual Mardi Gras Ball at Roseland Montessori on February 5th. The REMS Mardi Gras Court was represented from members of each grade level. The 4th grade named the Duke and Duchess. The 5th grade named the Prince and Princess. The 6th grade named the King and Queen. Pictured is: Back row- Prince Kade Conrad, Princess Sarah Wages, Duchess Laney Saragusa, and Duke Chad Hillstrom. Front Row- Queen Jamya Robertson and King Stanley Williams.
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.Ms. Rhody's Pre-K class at O.W. Dillon Elementary celebrated the 100th Day of school as superheroes!Beverly Williams' students at Loranger Middle School create insect projects.Hammond Westside Montessori is proud to announce that they had several participants that represented the school in the You Be the Chemist Challenge which was held at SLU recently. They all represented the school with dignity and respect. Taylor Crawford, Noah Holman, and Nathan Gendron, six grade students in Mrs. Alanna Langla and Mrs. Angela Bradford's classes were among the top 20 scorers selected to participate in the challenge to earn a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place finish. Nathan went on to finish first out of over 300 students participating! Congratulations to all of the participants for earning a nomination from their teachers to attend the event.The You Be The Chemist Challenge® is an interactive academic contest that encourages students in grades 5-8 to explore chemistry concepts and their real-world applications.Pictured from left to right are: Taylor Crawford, Noah Holman, and first place winner, Nathan GendronMrs. Jenna Ott, PK-2nd grade Curriculum Coach at Hammond Eastside Magnet School, recently modeled a lesson in Ms. Holly Rocker's 1st grade class on reading comprehension and writing aligned to CCSS. Pictured: Ms Rocker, 1st grade teacher, Denireyah Myers, Mrs. Ott, Eugene Parker and Israel Jackson.
Mardi Gras Mambo in Ranger Style
After implementing week long lessons on Louisiana, Woodland Park Elementary Magnet students participated in a Mardi Gras Celebration. The students were able to decorate their own king cake and second line to Mardi Gras music. Pictured are Sha’nia Dokes, Kaden Youngblood and Danielle Garcia, Amirrica Jones and Noah GordanWoodland Park Magnet School Partnership with Hammond High MagnetStudents of the Hammond High Robotics team assisted future engineers of Woodland Park Elementary Magnet School to create simple machines. These Kindergarten Robo-Rangers will have the opportunity to work with the Robotics team each month to explore spatial relationships and engineering.Pictured: Rodkeem Hawkins, Jade Sibley, Avery Hampton and Treven Roppolo, Katherine Sprawls and Sidney Stewart
Mrs. Bordelon's 7th Graders at IMMS created a rap for the Bill of Rights as a project for their unit on American Government.
Back row from left to right: Kenneth Walker, Reginal Selders, Jamaya Stewart;
Front row from left to right: Wayne James, Sabeion Harris, Hope Musgrove;Author: by Jamie WhiteLength: