The SPES Choir performed an opening act at the Orange Festival under the direction of Mrs. Brenda Hymes.
Fall registration will be held at South Plaquemines Elementary School on Tuesday, July 24th from 8:30 AM- 1:30 P.M. All registrations within the district will end on Friday, August 3rd to prepare for the opening of schools. Registration will resume on Friday, August 10th at 9:00 AM.
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.
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.
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.
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
As you know, a solar eclipse is going to occur on Monday, August 21st. Each of our schools have made plans to incorporate this event into their instructional day by designing lessons tied to the eclipse. Students will be able to watch this event safely inside classrooms.
Because we always put student safety first, no student will be allowed to view the eclipse outdoors. Students will not be allowed to view the eclipse with safety glasses that they may bring from home as we can’t guarantee that those glasses meet the safety specifications for viewing the eclipse.
Parents who may want to view the solar eclipse with their children may check them out of school between the hours of 11:00am – 12:00 noon. This will allow students to receive at least a half-day of instruction. We encourage all parents who choose to view the solar eclipse at home to take all of the necessary safety precautions. We also encourage parents who choose this option to make it a learning event by discussing the eclipse their children. There are also tons of activities regarding the eclipse at https://eclipse2017.nasa.gov/activiti