Our mission: Walter G. Schneckenburger Elementary School and community partners will provide the learning environment necessary for all students to achieve academic excellence and utilize critical thinking skills to become lifelong learners.
Talented Theatre studens from T. H. Harris, Matas Elementary, Greenlawn Terrace Elementary, and Schneckenburger Elementary performed theatrical pieces and films they have worked on this year in class. You can access Schneckenburger’s own Elliot Scarengo’s “Red in the Hood” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dR_28fgzbuM https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBDpgTZPS5gppQaxsbcilNw This is the official YouTube station for the Talented Theatre Program in Jefferson Parish. This […]
Heather Mayeux is Schneckenburger’s 2016 Support Personnel of the Year. Heather has been a Special Education Paraprofessional at Schneckenburger Elementary since 2009. She has been an invaluable resource at her school. The rapport she has with the children she services is amazing. she is always willing to do whatever it takes to service the children […]
Schneckenburger Elementary May ’16 Newsletter Schneckenburger Elementary School and community partners will provide the learning environment necessary for all students to achieve academic excellence and utilize critical thinking skills to become lifelong learners. Email: Schneckenburger@jppss.k12.la.us Website: Schneckenburger.jpschools.org/ A note from the principal: As our 15-16 school year comes to a close, I want to thank […]
Our 5th grade Dance Challenge team did an outstanding job. We had two couples to dance in the finals (Amar and Zoe –Salsa) (Aaron and Alysia — Tango). Aaron and Alysia placed 5th overall. Our team placed 2nd in the Tango competition. We are very proud of our group of young ladies and men.
Schneckenburger’s 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders recently participated in a fundraiser benefiting the American Heart Association. The students raised over $500 and were rewarded with a Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart day during P.E. class. The top fundraisers were #1 Joseph Stovall #2 Brenna McCarthy #3 Samantha Pavon. Coach Wetzel, sponsor.