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The Naval Recruiting District of New Orleans has nominated one of Ellender Memorial High School's Guidance Counselors, Ms. Kenya Fields, as a Blue Angels’ Key Influencer for her impact on young people.  She is 1 of 8 nominees from across Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama that is being considered for this honor and a chance to actually fly with the Blue Angels’ in an air show later this Spring.  Congratulations to Ms. Fields and good luck!

 


 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 1/20/17

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Dalton Reynolds, an electrical level two student at the Louis Miller Terrebonne Career & Technical High School, gave a speech at the 2017 Louisiana Jump Start Initiative in Baton Rouge Tuesday January 17, 2017. Dalton gave his speech in front of 1400 professionals including; state house of representatives elected members, Louisiana Department of Education employees, high school administrators, principals, guidance counselors, teachers and industry representatives. Dalton’s speech included how he first developed a career path choice, and the success he was able to earn by working on two nationally recognized NCCER electrical certifications at LMTCTHS. 
The purpose of Dalton’s speech was to enlighten people from across the state in knowing how capable the youth are in achieving success through the proper training with the help of the State Jump Start Initiative. The purpose of the Jump Start Program is to give students a jump start into a career path and become productive citizens working in a certifiable career immediately following high school graduation. Dalton plans on becoming a licensed electrical lineman and pursuing a career in the electrical utility industry.

 



 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 1/20/17

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Students at Lisa Park participated in Academic Excursion Day 2. Students who met specific criteria and had high achievement in Smarty Ants, Success Maker, Achieve 3000, Accelerated Math, or Accelerated Reader were invited to participate in a trip to the skating rink.  

 





 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 1/20/17

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 1/20/17

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Emily Comeaux won 1st place in the political science category yesterday at the regional social studies fair at NSU (pictured above), and James Roddy won second place in anthropology (pictured below).

 



 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 1/20/17

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Acadian Elementary School Pre-K students dress like they are 100 years old to celebrate their 100th day of school which fell on Friday, January 20, 2017.

 


 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 1/20/17

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DARE PROGRAM AT LISA PARK ELEMENTARY

Through the DARE program, 5th grade students learned about the dangers of impaired driving.  

 

 

LISA PARK STUDENTS REPRESENT AT THE REGIONAL SOCIAL STUDIES FAIR AT NSU.

 

Destiny Gorney represented Lisa Park at the Regional Social Studies Fair held at Nicholls State University. 

 


Bethany Posey represented Lisa Park at the Regional Social Studies Fair held at Nicholls State University. 

 

Bryce Richard represented Lisa Park at the Regional Social Studies Fair held at Nicholls State University. 

 

STUDENTS IN MRS. DEROCHE'S SCIENCE CLASS AT LISA PARK LEARN ABOUT ANIMAL & PLANT CELLS.

 

Students examined cells using a micro-viewer and created edible cells using food items to represent cell parts.

 


 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 1/20/17

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The Kindness Adventure came to Lisa Park Elementary.  The Kindness Adventure is a live, 45 minute school assembly where the performer takes a trip to Kenya with her initially skeptical sidekick, NED.  This is where the adventure begins!  Through storytelling, music and interactive videos, everyone discovers that it's the differences that make experiences and new friendships great.  The Kindness Adventure supports initiatives for developing a positive and caring school climate.  Its proactive approach aims to prevent many forms of mistreatment, including bullying, by showcasing the sense of satisfaction that takes place when a child chooses to show kindness, respect, and acceptance.

 





 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 1/18/17

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Posted by: Tricia Corbin
Published: 1/17/17