Natalbany Middle School Unites Against Bullying
The students of Natalbany Middle School joined together for a balloon releasing ceremony to signify their pledge to stand against bullying.
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The Loranger Wolf Pack Unites Against Bullying
Tangipahoa Parish Sherriff Daniel Edwards, Jodie Rohner of Crimestoppers of Tangipahoa, Inc., and Tangipahoa Parish School Superintendent Melissa Stilley held an anti-bullying conference with Loranger students of all grade levels. Students made pledges against school violence as part of a program to go along with October being Anti-Bulling Awareness month.
TPSS Students Pledge to End Gun Violence
In partnership with Sheriff Edwards' “Pledge Against Gun Violence," the students of Tangipahoa Parish raised awareness by signing a pledge and making a banner. The Student Pledge empowers young people to take an active stand against gun violence, while also raising awareness about things they can do to remain safe. By taking part in a national campaign that culminates with the signing of a common pledge on a common day, students can envision the power of one, multiplied.
Pictured are students from different school across the district unified as one voice.
PELC says Booooo! to Drugs
Perrin teachers decorated their classroom doors for red ribbon week. The judges were Bry Layrisson, Ponchatoula Chief of Police, Jeremy Peltier, Fire Department and Stormy Joiner, Chief of Ponchatoula Fire Department. The winners of the doors were Debbie Wells 1st place, Molly Bordelon 2nd place, and Kelly Mizell 3rd place.
Ishmael Sopsher and Devonta Lee were presented their Under Armour All
America football jersey Thursday at a ceremony at Amite High School.
They will be playing in the American Family Insurance Under Armour All
America Game in Orlando, Florida in January. Congratulations!
Pictured with the players is Amite High School Head Football Coach, Zephaniah Powell.
Fire Safety Education
The kindergarten students in Mrs. April Smith's class at Champ Cooper Elementary took a trip to visit their local fire department. The students learned about fire safety, toured the fire station, and were able to have an upclose look at the trucks and firefighting equipment.