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  • Zoo Field Trip

     Zoo field trip

    Students in Mrs. Martin’s and Ms. Snow's classes visited BREC'S Baton Rouge Zoo on Wednesday, April 17. Students learned about the habitats of animals and enjoyed an exciting day at the zoo.


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  • Easter Break

    Easter Break

    O.W. Dillon Leadership Academy will be closed Friday, April 19 - April 26 for the Easter Holidays.


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  • School Board Recognition

    Makalah Dyson

    Makalah Dyson, a 6th grader at O.W. Dillon, was recognized at the school board meeting on April 16, 2019 as one of 24 students in the school district that advanced to the intermediate level of You Be the Chemist. Makalah is pictured with the group of students from around the parish who were recognized and with her science teacher, Mrs. Devona Sandifer-Sibley.


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  • Spring Fling T-Shirts

    Spring Fling t-shirts

    Order forms for Spring Fling t-shirts will go home on Monday (April 15th). Children's sizes and adult small - X-Large are $15 and 2X or 3X are $17. All forms and money are due by Wednesday, May 1st.

    Click here to download and print an order form.


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  • A.R. 100 Points Club

    A.R. 100 Points Club

    Sixth grader Caden Moore was the first student at O.W. Dillon to pass the 100 point mark in Accelerated Reader this year! He was recently joined by sixth grader Makalah Dyson. Closing in on 100 points are sixth grade students Sania Batiste and La'Mikal Callahan. This is especially significant since A.R. has only been up and running since mid-November due to funding. Keep up the good work, and happy reading!


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  • 6th Six Weeks A.R. Reward

    A.R. Reading Reward

    Students who meet their A.R. points goal by May 15th will be invited to a cotton candy party! Students who also have a percentage correct of 85% or higher will receive a free dress pass.

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  • Seeking Parent and Community Involvement

    Working together

    We are requesting parental and community involvement in helping us set our goals for the 2019-2020 school year. We would love for you to volunteer. If you work in a community business, please speak with your employer/employees about assisting us in our efforts and seek permission and/or grant permission for an individual to represent your business or community group at this meeting. If you are a parent, we are asking that you serve as a parent member of this group to help us in setting our goals. There will be a meeting on Thursday, April 18th from 9:30 - 11:30 in the O.W. Dillon library. Please call the school at 985-229-8225 or click here for a form that can be submitted indicating your interest.


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  • Autism Awareness

    Autism Awareness

    Autism Awareness

    Ms. Warford and Ms. Moore's Pre-K class celebrated Autism Awareness Day (Tuesday, April 2nd) with their student Laniya Burton by making shirts and passing out popsicles to students in grades Pre-K-2.

    Mrs. Martin's class celebrated by honoring Cardarrin Morris, D'trentton Simmons and Travion Vernon. To show their support,  the students and teachers wore Autism Awareness t shirts and had cupcakes, juice and ice cream.

    Ms. Snow's class honored Tymarion Bailey and celebrated with cupcakes.

    Click here to see more pictures.


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  • You Be the Chemist

    You Be the Chemist

    A group of 6th grade students at O.W. Dillon attended You Be the Chemist at Southeastern Louisiana University. Congratulations to Makalah Dyson and Caden Moore for quaifying for the You Be the Chemist Quiz Bowl competition! Makalah Dyson advanced to the intermediate round at Southeastern. Click here to see more pictures from the event.


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  • Rock Your Socks!

    Down Syndrome Day

    Thursday, March 21st was World Down Syndrome Day. Students and teachers at O.W. Dillon wore colorful, fun, or mismatched socks to show their support. Mrs Jackson's and Ms Bullock's PreK Class celebrated World Down Syndrome Day by honoring Dalavia "Day-Day" Williams. The students and teachers wore mismatched socks and had cupcakes and ice cream! Ms. Martin's class also celebrated Darrain Foster, a second grader at O.W. Dillon with cake. Click here to see pictures from the celebration.


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  • School Hours
    First Drop Off - 7:15 
    Beginning Bell - 7:45
    Ending Bell - 2:50
    1/2 Day Dismissal - 10:30

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