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Schriever Elementary recently received a donation from Iberia Bank to help buy additional iPads for students to access Smarty Ants. At the beginning of the school year, the library received a grant to purchase iPads. Pictured are first graders focused on building literacy skills to meet their personal goals on the Smarty Ants program.

 





 



 


 



 
   

 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/24/17

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Students at Lisa Park Elementary School Library were treated to a visit from Virginia children’s author, PJ Jackson, who was visiting relatives during the Mardi Gras season.  Mrs. Jackson is a former Aerospace Scientist and Engineer who has recently followed her dream of publishing her second book.  PJ, as she is called most often, brought her latest book “Sophie G. Wanderlin  One of a Kind” which sends a positive message to kids to make the world a kinder place.  The character Sophie, and her companion, Bob the Cat, go on a quest to share the Colors of Kindness and teach others to #Find a Way to be Kind Today.  Students at Lisa Park were so engaged in the meaning behind the Colors of Kindness and in more in love with Sophie and her cat Bob.  Mrs. Jackson was quoted as saying, “what an amazing group of students who really understand the message behind Sophie and her Colors of Kindness.”  The students were treated to stickers, pins, and a donated blanket of the characters in Mrs. Jackson’s book.

 



 


 




 

 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/24/17

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Southdown Elementary-Upper Grades participated in JA in a Day on February 24, 2017.  Throughout the day, students were engaged in hands on activities to help them understand more about business and economics. Thanks to our volunteers and The Learning Bridge Career Institute for partnering with us to bring this fun-filled activity to our students.

 





 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/24/17

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On February 23, 2017, the sixth grade students participated in Career Day at Village East Middle School.

 

Several professionals from throughout the community came out and to spend the day with the students allowing them hands on experiences and the opportunity to interview the presenters in small groups.

 

Included in the presenters were representatives from:  U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, Judge Juan Pickett, Houma City Police Department, America’s Best Eyeglasses, Mr. Corey Harris – Author/Motivational Speaker, Mr. Percy Mosely – TGMC Director of Security, Village East Fire Department, River Parishes Community College, and Otto Candies.

 

The students were very excited to have this opportunity allowing them to become one step closer to college and career readiness!

 

For more pictures of Career Day at Village East,
Click here to visit our FaceBook Page.

 




 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/24/17

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Ms. Patty Roddy's 4th Grade Class at Montegut Elementary School was visited today by the CBS Channel 4 WWL-TV Meteorologist Alexandra Cranford.  The students thanked her with a card.

 

To view the video, click on the link below:

 

WWL-TV Video

 




 

 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/22/17

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The Terrebonne Parish School District would like to acknowledge the Krewe of Titans for their awareness of the importance of educators and the role that they have in educating today's students.

 

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Mr. Darrell Dillard (middle), Principal of Houma Junior High, waves to the crowd while Ms. Kathleen Abboud (right), Teacher at Oakshire Elementary School, enjoys her ride.  Both educators were recognized during the 2016-2017 school year for their outstanding accomplishments during their professional career.  Mr. Dillard was named the 2017 Principal of the Year and Ms. Abboud was named the 2017 Teacher of the Year.  The two served as Grand Marshals for last Sunday's Krewe of Titans Parade.

 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/21/17

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Social Studies students in Mrs. Fabre's Class at Grand Caillou Middle School stand with their projects.  Students spotlighted local and historical African American personalities in their projects.  Activities were also a part of the celebration of African American History Month which is observed every February.

 



 

 

 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/21/17

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Mulberry's PreK Classes recently went on a field trip to the Hercules Den to learn about Mardi Gras safety. All of the students had to dance around in a circle to Mardi Gras music.

 

Ms. Olivia Marcel and Mr. Cade Duplantis were selected as the Queen and King!

 


 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/21/17

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The 2016-17 H. L. Bourgeois Basketball team is "on a roll" with an impressive 27-6 overall record and an astonishing 11-1 District record making them the 7-5A District Champs.  If that weren't enough to be proud of, Coach Caillouet recently celebrated his 500th career win.  The Braves are looking forward to advancing into the state playoffs. 

 




 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/17/17

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The girls and boys bowling team competed on Saturday, February 4th in Baton Rouge at All Star Lanes in the Louisiana Invitational Tournament. 

 

The boys placed 15th out of 23 teams and the girls placed 3rd for a second year in a row out of 12 teams.  Congratulations to all of the students involved.

 


2016-17 Ellender Bowling Team

 


2016-17 Ellender Girls' Bowling Team

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/17/17

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The Ellender students enrolled in Cooperative Office Education and Marketing Classes delivered candy, shared smiles and gave warm wishes to the students at the School For Exceptional Children!

 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/17/17

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Krewe of Hercules’ float “Beast Mode” visited the PreK classes at Grand Caillou Elementary this morning. Beads, stuffed animals, crayons, and trinkets were thrown. The students enjoyed their visit.

 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/17/17

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On February 4th, 2017 four schools in the Bayou Region participated in Mathcounts at Nicholls which is sponsored by the Louisiana Engineering Society – Bayou Chapter.  Mathcounts is a competition for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders and is geared toward encouraging students to enter math-based careers such as engineering.  The top three teams and the top six individuals from the competition will go on to State competition in Pineville, LA on March 31, 2017.  The team from Houma Junior High School was coached by Jennifer Hopkins and earned 2nd place.  Evergreen Junior High School won 3rd place and was coached by Dawn Plaisance.  In additional to these teams, Emily Baudoin from Evergreen Junior High and Drake Pellegrin from Houma Junior High will also be attending State competition since they placed in the top 6 individuals and weren’t on the schools’ teams.  For more information on the competition, you can read the article in The Nicholls Worth or visit Mathcounts.org.

 

Click here for the Nicholls' Worth Article

Click here for www.mathcounts.org

 


 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/14/17

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Students enrolled in Biology I at South Terrebonne High School visit LUMCON.

 

For all of the pictures from the day, visit our Facebook Page by clicking the link below:

 

https://www.facebook.com/terrebonneparishschooldistrict/

 


 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/13/17

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THS students in Coach Marty Collins' World History Class display the biographies of prominent African-Americans in celebration of Black History Month.

 

 

 

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Posted by: Leonard Folse
Published: 2/13/17