Students from Hammond Westside Montessori were the teachers for the day at the Ag Wonders Event that is sponsored by LSU AgCenterIt was a wonderful leadership experience for the students at Hammond Westside Montesorri. Over 1,000 students participated in this learning experience from St. Helena and Tangipahoa parishes.Students pose for a picture with Mrs. Colette Taillon (Ag in the Classroom Master through Farm Bureau)Our Tangi Talented Music students did an outstanding job in their Spring Concert! These students are from Ponchatoula Junior High School, Sumner High School, Sumner Middle School, Loranger High School, Loranger Middle School, Roseland Montessori School, and Chesbrough Elementary School. Congrats on a job well done!
Graduating Seniors with TPSS Parents
Sumner High class of 2019 walked the halls of their Alumni, Chesbrough Elementary, where their educational careers started. Chesbrough Elementary students witnessed that educational goals can be accomplished and achieved.
We are so proud of the Sumner High School class of 2019 who were once Chesbrough Wildcats. "They Believed They Could so They DID!"
The Sumner School District of Tangipahoa Parish has some dedicated employees who are very proud parents! These parents watched their seniors walk down the halls where they once dropped them off for the very first time as Pre-K students.
Kristin Latham (CES), Eric Latham (SHS), Madison Latham; Jake Fontenot, Kelly Fontenot (CES); Derrek Womack, Kristi Womack (CES); Jake Fowler, Wendy Fowler (SCE); Brennan Bracy, Amanda Bracy (SHS); Daniel Simmons, Deana Simmons (SHS); Clint Alford, Beth Alford (CES); Back Row: Ricky Brumfield, Ricky Brumfield (Bus Driver); Chester Martin, Louzatia Martin (Bus Driver)
Not Pictured: Sarah Verberne, Erin Verberne (Central Office); Bryant Fussell, Chris Fussell (SMS), Lisa Fussell (Central Office)
Kentwood High SchoolClass 1A Boys Outdoor Track ChampionsCongratulations to Kentwood High’s track team for winning the LHSAA Class 1A state championship. Way to go, Roos!
Have a Happy Summer!
Hammond Westside Montessori students created their own emojis to show how they feel about the last day of school. Students in the second and third grade combo class taught by Kaylin Cruise and Lea Carter pose with Ms. Cruise showing their emojis on May 22, 2019.
Three tangi teachers had the opportunity to attend Core Elements PD at UNO to learn exciting ways to incorporate meaningful science lessons into the curriculum. Pictured: Tien (LIGO scientist), Cathy Bottolfs (Natalbany Middle), Tiffany Luper (LES), and Tonya Hardy (AES).