Congratulations to the Kentwood High Kangaroos and Amite High Warriors!
Both of these teams won their games in the LHSAA Allstate Sugar Bowl Championship. We are proud of you!
Greenville Park Leadership Academy Student Council sponsored a canned food drive. The students wanted to spotlight the school's character trait for November, gratitude. The students collected over 300 non perishable food items. The items will be delivered to Our Daily Bread in Hammond.
Give with a Thankful Heart
Pre K students at Lucille Nesom Memorial School enjoy a Thanksgiving Feast with their parents.
Wihsing our TPSS families safe and happy Thanksgiving holiday.
School will resume Monday, November 26, 2018.
Tangi Students STEM out for a fun day of Learning
Independence Magnet School hosted a STEM Cafe this past week to promote science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in the curriculum.
Woodland Park Magnet School held a Veterans Day Program to honor our service men and women. The students wrote letters and poems about those who serve our country. Each Veteran spoke with the Wildcats about their time spent in the military.
Virtual Visit with the First Lady
Mrs. Schilling and Mrs. Tyrney’s second grade classes were able to participate in a virtual visit with the First Lady, Mrs. Donna Edwards, today at Hammond Eastside Magnet.
STEM Fest Inspires Wonder for Local Students
Students of all ages were able to engage in hands-on, project-based activities during STEM Fest, held on the campus of O.W. Dillon this past week. Students and community members were able to meet STEM professionals as they discussed topics on circuits, hydrodynamics, chemistry, robotics, alternative energy, rockets, math and more! STEM Services were provided by Dr. Calvin Mackie of STEM NOLA.
Pictured above: Parish President, Robbie Miller, joins a group of local students to participate in a STEM session.
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Giving Back with a Grateful Heart
On Wednesday, Oct. 24th, Independence Leadership Academy students collected canned goods as part of their Drug Free Week activities. Students said “I CAN say no to bullying and drugs!” The students wore red and shared with others by bringing in canned goods. Pictured are 2nd grade students Rafael Angeles, Jimena Reyna, Jayla Pina, Semaj Washington, and Zhanae Powell from Ms. Kristi Illg’s homeroom. The Tangi Food Pantry collected the items with much appreciation to our students.