Our mission: The students of Schneckenburger Elementary School will achieve their academic and personal best with the support of educators, families, and the community in a nurturing and positive environment.
Ms. Simmons was interviewed by 5th grader student, Aaliyah Green: Ms. Vonda, a special education teacher here at Schneckenburger Elementary, recently won the Teacher of the Year award for the 2018-2019 school year. She received the honor for helping students with special needs. Ms. Vonda exclaimed, “I’m so honored to be teacher of the year. All […]
Rules: 1.The contest begins at 8:40 A.M. on Monday, February 19th. 1.Donate money to Dollars of Scholars. Look under your sofa cushions, car seat, or any place you may find spare change. Dollar bills are accepted also. 2.Place the money in your classroom jugs. 3.The contest ends at 12:00 P.M. on Wednesday,February 28th. Objective: Each […]
Passive permission slips forms are below. The Passive Permission Slips are in English, Spanish, Arabic, and Vietnamese. If needed, please click on the language you need. Print. Sign and have student give it to Coach Hall at school. Passive Permission form 2018_English PassivePermissionFormFinal[VN]_1 SPA Passive Permission Form_Spanish_Jan.2018_1_2 ARABIC_Passive Permission form 2018 _1
Schneckenburger Elementary School’s fifth grade student Angelina Monroy was the fifth grade female winner of the Black History Month Essay Contest sponsored by the New Orleans Pelicans. Students were asked to write an essay answering the question: “What does Black History Month mean to you and how can you create history in your community?” Angelina […]