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.
Black History Month Essay Contest To celebrate Black History Month, the New Orleans Pelicans have sponsored a Black History Month essay contest in which students explain the significance of it and what Black History Month means to them. Winners will be rewarded with a bevy of great prizes, such as Pelicans basketball tickets, on court […]
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 […]
February 2018 newsletter
Louisiana Young Readers’ Choice Award Book Voting Anthony Lathers & Vannesa Gomez, 3rd Graders On Tuesday, January 23rd, third, fourth, and fifth graders participated in a statewide election. The students voted on official voting machines for the 2018 Louisiana Young Readers’ Choice Award. First, the students read the books from the nominated book list, and […]
Our 1st graders celebrated the 100th day of school on January 24, 2018. As part of the celebration some students came dressed as an hundred year old and they looked super. The day was filled with many learning activities that required counting tens and ones, raced to 100, stacked 100 cups and gumball machines with […]
Tuesday, January 23, 2018 was the D.A.R.E. Culmination for Schneckenburger’s 5th graders. “DARE”ing to resist drugs and violence By: Maya Essa, 5th Grader The fifth grade D.A.R.E. graduation was on Thursday, January 23rd. That morning, the fifth graders put on their D.A.R.E. shirts and headed to the gym for their graduation. First, Officer Corley explained […]