School will be open tomorrow, Monday, September 14. Students who are unable to make it to campus will be excused and should check Canvas for assignments. There will be no after care tomorrow, and dismissal will be ONE HOUR earlier than usual; thus, 2:10 dismissal will be at 1:10, 2:20 will be at 1:20; and so on.
School will be closed on Tuesday, September 15. We will notify you about the status of Wednesday, September 16, as soon as it is available.
As of August 28, 2020, our aftercare program has been filled for the 4th— 8th grade section. Since we are adhering to the CDC and LDH guidelines of 24 students per class, we have reached capacity. Anyone requiring after-care services for their child will be placed on a waiting list at this time. We do have a very limited number of spots available for the pre-kindergarten — 3rd grade sections if you are in need. Please register for these vacancies as soon as possible.
All parents should report to the pavilion/gym when picking up students. Upon arrival, please report to the sign out table and wait for your child to be dismissed.
Please remember to record our aftercare phone number, (318) 661-0508, to contact one of our moderators after school office hours. Our gate system will be active from 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM and press “A” then “call” to gain entry.
Congratulations to the Good Samaritan Award winners for the month of January 2020!
Congratulations to the following winners of the monthly reading & writing contest:
Congratulations to the following 7th grade students that qualified for the Duke TIP talent search this year:
London Andrew, Brooke Beaulieau, Ruth Carrillo, Bruce Chen, Austin Do, Elina Do, Madison Elzey, Gregory Howard, Nicollette Laborde, Ronin Moss, Casey Ngo, Bryan Nguyen, Celena Nguyen, Ethan Nguyen, Nathan Nguyen, Sarah Nguyen, Niki Patel, Sydney Ton, Francis Tran, Joshua Tran, Michelle Tran, Nhi Trinh, Jack Welch, and Wyatt Welch
The quiz bowl team competed in the Brother Martin High School’s National Honor Society’s Elementary Quiz Bowl Tournament on March 30, 2019. The team consisted of the following students:
- Alexander Bradford, 7A
- Madison Vidal, 7A
- Haley Ton, 7A
- Ronin Moss, 6A
- Bryan Nguyen, 6A
The team won first place after four rounds of preliminary competition and two semi-finalist rounds. Other teams competing were St. Ann, St. Margaret Mary, St. Dominic, Stuart Hall, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Holy Name of Jesus, Immaculate Conception, Our Lady of Lourdes, St. Benilde, St. Clement of Rome, St Edward the Confessor, St. Joan of Arc, St. Matthew the Apostle, St. Peter, and Ursuline Academy. We are very proud of you and your coach, Mr. Matthew Calamusa!