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You Be the Chemist State Challenge

Cooper Caldwell

Cooper Coldwell from Ponchatoula Junior High School  Cooper earned 4th place in the You Be The Chemist State Challenge at LSU on April 25.  Also, competing from TPSS at LSU were Lauren DeVaney (SLU Lab School), Kent Bardwell (SLU Lab School), and Taylor McLain (Loranger Middle School). Cooper is pictured above with his mother, Karen Alexander.

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Parent Newsletter Summer 2015

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Crowing for Success

HEEM teacher crows for success

Mrs. Crystal Addison's 4th  student's at Hammond Eastide Magnet requested that she dress up like a chicken if over 80% of them beat their score on their end of the year benchmark test. She proudly complied and rewarded them by crowing for their success!

  • O.W. Dillon Shakes it Off
     
    Click picture above to see their music video. 
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     Tucker is ready for Summer...the Gators can move it!   

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  • Chmp Cooper gets read for Red Nose Day

     Champ Cooper teachers are ready for Red Nose Day this week. Red Nose Day is a campaign dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty, by simply having fun and making people laugh. The inaugural Red Nose Day will be held in the U.S. on Thursday, May 21st. For more info visit https://www.rednoseday.org/
     
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  • "Ghost Town" parody by Amite Elementary Magnet School
    Adam Lambert even saw the video and tweeted about it this weekend :)

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  • Saratoga High School students
     

     Woodland Park Rangers Connect with Saratoga, CA High School Students

     Woodland Park Magnet's morning television broadcast is watched by Saratoga High School students in California.  These students were so impressed with what our Pre-K and K students at WPEMS create, that they were motivated to reach out and let us know.  Click here to read what their teacher sent to Melinda Blache, Communication Magnet Specialist, at Woodland Park.  Here's the video that Saratoga High created for the Woodland Park students.
     
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  • Summer Camps
     
    Click here for a list of Summer Camp Activities for students for  Summer 2015.
     
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  • Summer Music Video by AEMS
     
    Amite Elementary Magnet School created their own music video with a parody of "Sugar" by Maroon 5. Six girls in 3rd and 4th grade worked with teachers Lisa Gros, Tyra Cook, and Tasha Dunn to rewrite "Sugar" into a new song, "Summer".  These girls gave up their recess time, art time, and PE time to practice and record for this fabulous video all about summer.
     
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  • Summer School
     
    2015 Summer School information for Jr. High and High School
     
    Registration for both High School and Jr. High Summer School will be held on Monday, June 1, 2015, from 8:00 - 12:00 noon at the TASP campus - 411 Crystal Street, Hammond, LA.
    High School Summer School will run from June 2 - July 2, 2015, Monday - Thursday from 7:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
    Jr. High Summer School runs the same dates from 8:00 - 12:15 p.m.
     
     
     
    Summer Remediation 2015 for 4th and 8th graders 
     

    The Tangipahoa Parish School System will offer summer remediation to students in grades 4 and 8 who made a "D" or "F" in English, reading, or mathematics on the report card for the school year average. (Students who fail one or more of these major subjects will be required to attend summer remediation to be considered for a promotion waiver. Click here for more information.

     
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  • HHMS Rally Winners

     
    Hammond High Magnet School had two overall winners at the State Literary Rally recently.

    Bottom Row:  Parker Vaughan -- Excellent, Extemporaneous Speaking; Kristen Swanson -- Superior, -- Oral Interpretation;  Kiara Smith, 1st Place Overall -- Family & Consumer Sciences;

     

    Second Row:  Malik Brumfield, Superior -- Original Oratory; Brendan Cuti, 1st Place Overall -- American History; and Robert Foster, Superior -- Original Oratory

     
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  • Lady Wave honored at State Capitol
    The Ponchatoula High School Lady Wave Basketball team was honored on Wednesday, April 22nd on the floor of the House of Representatives by Representative Steve Pugh. Senator John Bel Edwards was also on hand to congratulate the girls as well. The team received a resolution to commemorate their historic state championship win. The team received a guided tour of the capitol by Representative Pugh. 
     
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  • Alternate Student Assignment Plan

     

    On Wednesday, April 1, 2015, attorneys for the parties in the Joyce Marie Moore federal desegregation suit announced that they have reached an agreement to jointly request of the federal court that it allow the Tangipahoa Parish School Board to begin implementation of an alternative student assignment plan. That plan creates new school zones and new educational opportunities for students in an effort to enhance desegregation of public schools in the Parish.

     

    In a statement issued by Gideon Carter, III, counsel for private plaintiffs, and Ashley Sandage, counsel for the School Board, it was stated that “productive discussions” between the parties and continued assistance from federal court compliance officer Donald Massey have resulted in this agreement. If approved by the Court, the School Board will use the 2015-16 school year to notify parents and otherwise prepare for full implementation of the new student assignment plan beginning with the 2016-17 school year.

     

    The attorneys also announced that they intend to continue to meet on a regular basis to try to resolve remaining issues. Click here to see full plan.
     
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HEEM makes announcement

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As of September 1, 2015, Hammond Eastside Elementary Magnet School is a candidate school* for the Middle Years Programme. This school is pursuing authorization as an IB World School. These are schools that share a common philosophy—a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that Hammond Eastside Elementary Magnet School believes is important for our students.

 *Only schools authorized by the IB Organization can offer any of its four academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), or the Diploma Programme and the IB CP. Candidate status gives no guarantee that authorization will be granted.

 For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit http://www.ibo.org

Scuba Diving for Books

Scuba Diving for Books

Tucker Elementary had Book Fair recently and the students donated money to buy new books for the library.  The children were able to put their money in the scuba diver box or the octopus box, to vote for Librarian Krystle Hyman to dress up one of those ways.   Here's the winner!!!