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Change for Houston

The staff and students of South Plaquemines Elementary School raised $625.15 to help support the victims of Hurricane Harvey in their recovery efforts. The money was donated to Brookside Intermediate School, located in Friendswood, Texas. Mrs Reichenau's second grade class raised the most money. Ms Zito's fourth grade class was second, and Ms Becnel's third grade class was third. The staff and students at South Plaquemines Elementary are committed to to increasing community service and leadership.
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Honor Roll Assembly- First Nine Weeks

On October 27th, South Plaquemines Elementary School, held its first nine weeks honor roll assembly. Parents, teachers, and students were in attendance. Students were acknowledged for perfect attendance, maintaining an "A" average in all classes, and maintaining an "A/B" average during the first nine weeks marking period. Parents stood to honor the students as they walked down the red carpet to a motivational musical piece. The students and staff stood and cheered on their peers as their names were called and celebrated their success together. We are proud of all our students at South Plaquemines Elementary School.

Trick or Trunk

On October 31, 2017, South Plaquemines Elementary School had its Trick or Trunk celebration. Principal Barrett would like to extend heartfelt thanks to the following business partners who donated treats and their time: Fremin's, Daybrook Fisheries, Subway, Ann's Restaurant, Knights of Columbus, Regions Bank, Plaquemines Parish Sheriff's Office, Plaquemines Medical Center, and Tony Henry's One Love Foundation. Thank you to all of our parents and PTO members for their continuous support. The children had a wonderful time.
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Student of the Month October

Front row L to R: Ciena Williams, Raymontae Jackson, Jaden Pham, Jeffery Espadron, Richard Williamson, Ronald Encalade. Back row L to R: Ms. Barrett, Kiley Tayamen, Dallas Washington, Ja'Lyn Lightell, Ty'Riel Turner, Mrs. Cooper. Missing: Ro'yale Hampton, Analise Machado
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Mission Statement

Our mission at South Plaquemines Elementary School is to provide all students with the highest quality of teaching and learning in a safe environment.
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District News

Safe Communities/Safe Schools Nights

The Plaquemines Parish School Board will be hosting Safe Communities/Safe Schools Nights during the week of November 13th along with our preventative partners from the Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office, the Plaquemines Community Care Center, and the Plaquemines Parish District Attorney’s Office.
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Kindergarten Spring Round-Up for 2017-2018

If your child turns 5 on or before September 30, they are eligible to start kindergarten in the 2017-2018 school year. Click on the headline link for more information.
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Principal's Message

 
As your newly appointed principal for the 2017-2018 school year, I come with my hands, head, and heart, ready to apply them in dedicated service to our students, to you, to our parents, and the community.  I begin this school year with a deep appreciation for all persons instrumental in my ultimate arrival to South Plaquemines Elementary School.   My heart is overwhelmed with inexpressible gratitude as I warmly welcome new and returning members of this faculty and staff.  Together, we will work assiduously and collaboratively to provide a high-quality education for every child.  Calvin Lloyd wrote, “Nobody ever rises to low expectations.”  Therefore, at South Plaquemines Elementary School, our expectations for our faculty, staff, and students are high in order to yield the highest levels of success. 
 
Furthermore, South Plaquemines Elementary School has a strong administration team who believes in fair and consistent discipline.  We use the “Positive Behavior Interventions Support” system (PBIS).  This system rewards students for exhibiting positive behaviors.  We aim to help students understand that there are consequences to their actions and provide students with the skills to make wise choices.   
 
We are looking forward to a new and exciting year as we learn and grow as a learning community.  Join us as we embark on an exciting learning adventure. Our theme for this year is, "All aboard the Hurricane Express Train." So let us get on board the train to excellence!  
 
With warmest regards,
 
Stacey-Ann Barrett
 
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