Loranger Elementary School received 1st place in collecting Community Coffee Labels in Tangipahoa Parish School System! Librarian Glynda Toney and Principal Andre' Pellerin received a personal visit from the Community Coffee Representative as well as a check for $1112.00!! Students Briannon Toney, Savanna Ingraffia and Hanna Rose were on hand for the presentation.
Loranger High students were rewarded for "Walking Fast to Class". The PBIS committee sponsored the event where students with two or fewer tardies reported for the week of March 19-23 were able to wear any shoes they wished to school (with the exception of high-heels). Students pictured chose to take advantage of the day by wearing boots, flip-flops, slippers, etc.
HAMMOND WESTSIDE STUDENT AND TEACHER HONORED. Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church hosted their first Academic Honors Program which spotlighted and honored academic excellence at its best. One teacher and one student from Hammond Westside Montessori were honored for exemplifying hard work, diligence and academic excellence. Mrs. Colette Taillon is the epitome of a talented and dedicated educator who possesses a deep passion and enthusiasm for teaching and learning. Nathan takes his Montessori work very seriously and pays close attention to his teachers as they instruct in the use of Montessori materials. Pictured from left are Cathy LeBlanc- Principal of Hammond Westside Montessori, Collette Taillon- Teacher of the Year for HWM and Nathan Landry - first grade student in Mrs. Taillon's class.
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Midway Elementary students participated in the SpecialOlympics held recently at Ponchatoula High School.Midway’s Partner in Education, Academy Sportsin Hammond, provided the children with shirts and shorts for the event. BriarCannon, Alex Arnone, Darius Pitts, Shaniyah Lott, Madelyn Latino, and LaDarrionBellazer were members of Midway’s team.
The Hammond Jr. High Magnet School students pictured above received goodie bags fromPrincipal Marquita Jackson for having perfect attendance. Students honored are Usmawn JamienQasim, Naila LaShun McCraney and Kelvin Dwayne Washington.
Thanks to SLU Lab sixth grader, Andrew Bordelon (pictured on the left), also the leader of the "Geek Squad", the SLU Lab students are now able to use websites on the iPad, or other Apple devices, that require Adobe Flash. Andrew made it possible for Jaylen Jackson and others to use Skills Tutor on IPads when he discovered Puffin. Puffin is a free Internet app that has Adobe Flash. Way to go, Andrew!!!