Saturday, October 15, TPSS Teachers attended a Code.org workshop held at the TPSS Technology Center to learn how to code and how to share these important computer science skills with their students.
Woodland Park Magnet School recently celebrated Fire Safety Week. Students in grades Pre-k through 2nd grade experienced first-hand what a fireman looks like when they are in full gear and what the inside of a truck looks like. They also learned how to remain safe in a fire and the importance of dialing 911. Pictured here are Dominique Williams and Rishai Wells as he helps him out of the truck. Braylon Romero experiences what it feels like to be behind the wheel of a fire truck. Pierce Parker, Jacoby Jones, Jordan Taylor, and Amani Robinson are pictured with fireman in his full gear so they know not to be scared if a fireman enters their house to help them. The fireman kneels down to congratulate Ashton Brooks, Leia Robinson, and Hunter Tate on knowing to stop, drop, and roll if he should ever be on fire. This event was organized by Mrs. Megan Macaluso, 2nd grade teacher at WPMS.
Pictured above are the 15 maids of the Ponchatoula High School 2016 Homecoming Court. These young ladies were elected by popular vote by their respective classes. The senior queen will be announced and crowned at the half-time of the game. The Green Wave will play its homecoming game against Fontainbleau High School on Friday, October 21, at 7:00 p.m.Front row, seated: SENIORS: Blair Atkins, Monshell Brady, Bria Cummings, Trisha Ford, Emily Hines, and Erica MorenoBack row, standing: JUNIORS: Laura Capadona, Lauryn Hills, and Avery Myers; SOPHOMORES: Alyssa Charbonnet, Alexandra Crovetto, and Haley Vicknair; FRESHMEN: Jena Anderson, Kelsi Bennett, and Aaliyah Williams
The Jewel Sumner Middle School Cowboys proudly pose with their coaches after their last game for the season. They defeated the Loranger Wolves 30-0 to remain undefeated for the season. This was the first undefeated season for the Cowboys in the history of the school. The entire community is so proud of their accomplishment and the motivation and dedication that the boys put into the season. Congratulations on a job well done!Melissa Gatlin's second grade class is using scarecrows to scare away Bullying at Champ Cooper.
Greenville Park Leadership Academy Library is dressed up and ready for their Scholastic "Bookaneer Book Fair." Librarian Connie Sanders and Library para Amanda Frere have done spectacular work to make this amazing entryway to the library.
Congratulations to Loranger High students Josh Hebert for making All State Band (4th alto sax in the state) and William Dopp for making All-State Choir (for the second time). A tremendous accomplishment for each of them!
Two of Melissa Gatlin's second graders from Champ Cooper won awards in the Fire Safety Poster Contest with the Theme - "Don't Wait, Check the Date."
1st Place - Alex Lloyd (right)"
2nd Place - Bradley Coyne (left)
April Smith's students at Champ Cooper unite against bullying.
Chief Academic Officer, Theresa Hamilton and Board President Brett Duncan accepted $1500 in school supplies from Central Arkansas on Saturday, October 29th. Students from Central Arkansas University did a 3 day drive to help students in Tangipahoa. Hamilton and Duncan are joined on the field by student athletes from SLU and Central Arkansas as well as Athletic Directors from both universities.