Our 1st graders celebrated the 100th day of school on February 1, 2019 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 to 100 by ones and tens. They also counted 4 groups of 25 […]
Louisiana Young Readers’ Choice Award Book Voting On Thursday, January 31st, third, fourth, and fifth graders participated in a statewide election. The students voted on official voting machines for the 2019 Louisiana Young Readers’ Choice Award. First, the students read the books from the nominated book list, and they were excited to vote for their favorite […]
3D pens, spheros, and circuits, oh my! Our fifth graders were engaged in STEM centers today through an ongoing Brown Foundation partnership between our librarian, Mrs. Broussard, and the From Student to Scientist high school students.
January 2019 newsletter (1)
The School Climate Parent Survey is available for parents and guardians of students in JPPSS. This is an opportunity to help your child’s school by sharing your opinions. Your opinions are important, and the school is interested in hearing them. We are particularly interested in your thoughts on the school’s efforts to promote academic success and well-being […]
The fifth grade D.A.R.E. graduation was on Wednesday, December 19th. Each 5th grader received a D.A.R.E. shirt to wear for their D.A.R.E. graduation. Our Master of Ceremony, Ala Odetallah, and Mistress of Ceremony, Laura Hall welcomed the guests and introduce the speakers and skits. Officer Corley(City of Kenner), explained to the parents and guests a little […]
Schneckenburger’s 3-5 graders who earned good grades for the 1st nine weeks were invited to participate in the New Orleans Pelicans/ACME Reading Rally. at the Smoothie King Center on Tuesday, November 27, 2018. Students participated in 4 Reading, Learning, and Science stations. The first station was an academic challenge where groups of students worked together as a […]
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