Schneckenburger’s K-Kids Club (sponsor: Jessica Nelson) asked their fellow students to help fill 10 boxes of Hope for hurricane relief. Students of Schneckenburger Elementary went above and beyond the call for donations for the Vineyard Church’s Boxes of Hope. The Vineyard Church of Kenner Kids’ Hope Mentoring Program is a community partner of Schneckenburger.
Schneckenburger Elementary School’s ongoing literacy based service learning experience entitled “Students are All EARS [Excited About Reading and Sharing]” was a featured Service Learning Project at the Brown Foundation Service Learning Event held on Tuesday, September 12th at the Pontchartrain Center. Schneckenburger Elementary School’s students and teachers were honored to have been chosen as a […]
I want to make sure my students have the materials they need to succeed, so I just created a request for my students at DonorsChoose.org: Super Students:Able to Explore the World in a Single Library!.
August Sept Newsletter 17-18 Year at a Glance 2017-18
Student Parental Involvement Policy
The Scholastic Book Fair will be at our school Wednesday, September 27th through Wednesday, October 4th. Special Family Events are scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 28th and Friday, Sept. 29th. Please click on the link below, print, fill out and return to school. wild west volunteer letter
On Monday, August 21st, we will be able to experience something remarkable…the moon will be photobombing the sun! :) There will be a total solar eclipse visible coast to coast in the United States for the first time since 1918, and here in New Orleans, LA, we will experience an 80% totality at 1:29 PM. It will look like […]
Congratulations to Schneckenburger students and teachers! http://www.nola.com/education/index.ssf/2017/07/jefferson_leap_scores_2017.html
Mrs. Mathews’ 1st grade received 3 iPads for student use from #WeAreGeek Geeks Empowering Extraordinary Kids is a locally based 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing support for children with special needs. Founded in 2013, We firmly believe in “Changing the world through Cosplay”. With the questionable financing of early intervention programs in the future, this […]
http://blog.nola.com/eastjefferson/2017/05/kenner_school_revels_in_readin.html The Dawn Busters Kiwanis Club Rewards for Reading program awards students in third through fifth grade for their reading. When a student reads a book, he or she earns a ticket to enter the drawing to win amazing prizes at the Rewards for Reading awards assembly. The students work hard and dedicate themselves to […]