Congratulations to the following Hammond Eastside students that were nominated for the 2019 African American Honorary Service Award presented by the Tangipahoa Parish Library. Pictured from left to right: Amaiyah Griffin, Khalil McKnight, Layla Summers, Zach Staten, and Erin Foster.
8th grade Edgenuity students are visiting some classes for students with special needs periodically to do an activity with them. Today (Jan. 17, 2019) they read a book and painted together.
HEM Faculty and Staff were treated to lunch on Dec. 19, 2018,
prepared and served by the HEM PTO!
Thank you to everyone who had a part in putting this together!
Click photo to see images from our Art Gala - December 13, 2018
Mrs Mull’s 5th grade class on Unity Day - Oct. 24, 20185th Grade Student, Corbin Regan, donated $100 of his own money to TARC! Thanks, Corbin! An exemplary of the Caring learner profile!
Mrs. Pecoraro's class has been studying the Poverty Point Indians and their influences on Louisiana's culture today. They wrote journal entries as Poverty Point Indians and sent them off to be published in a book. They published their journal entries and finally received their book!
Cogratulations to the HEM Students of the Year 2018-2019!
8th Grade Student of the Year
5th Grade Student of the Year
Congratulations to Sarah Poche, HEM's 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year!
Hammond Eastside, an IB World School, teaches many customs and celebrations from around the world. From left to right, teachers Hilda Sanchez, Heather McNamara, Ydaira Pech, and Sandra Jackson pose in front of a display which includes student work to recognize Día de Muertos, the Day of the Dead.Día de Muertos is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and by people of Mexican heritage. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember loved ones who have died and to help support their spiritual journey.