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.
Karen Balamane, who teaches kindergarten, was named Schneckenburger’s 2015-16 Teacher of the Year. She was also voted Teacher of the Year in 2003. Mrs. Balamane received her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Northern Arizona University and is certified to teach grades K-8. She met her husband while attending the University of […]
Ms. Carla McClain was voted Support Staff Employee of the Year for the 2014-2015 school year. This is the second time she has received this honor. She works as a cafeteria employee at Schneckenburger Elementary and enjoys her job of preparing breakfast and lunch for the students. During her 21 years at Schneckenburger, Ms. Carla […]
Schneckenburger Elementary School’s ongoing literacy based service learning experience entitled “Students are All EARS (Excited About Reading and Sharing)” was the featured Service Learning Project at the Brown Foundation Service Learning Event held on Tuesday, September 8th at the Pontchatrain Center. The exciting event is for students, teachers, families, and the community to celebrate service […]
World’s Finest Chocolate is here!! Sales began October 1st and ends October 20th. Top 3 sellers will receive a movie gift card to the Grand! 1st place = $50 2nd place = $30 3rd place = $15 Each student who participates will receive a N.U.T. award (No Uniform Today). For every box that the […]
Schneckenburger – October ’15 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 message from the principal: It was so wonderful to see such parent and grandparent participation at […]
K-Kids raised money 2014-2015 school year to purchase a “Buddy Bench” for our playground. A buddy bench is more than just a playground decoration. Designating such a bench is a helpful way for schools to facilitate “Peer Support” among students. Peer support is a critical factor in combating school bullying. The “Buddy Bench” was created […]
The United Way Club Connect Adopt-a-School Program Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held Thursday, August 20th at Schneckenburger Elementary School. This program provides books, reading resources, and family engagement to support student literacy goals in grades K-3. We are excited about this new, exciting partnership! About the Program The United Way […]