Ms. Kay Davis, Dictionary Project chair for the River Region Republican Women’s Club, and her fellow club members including our School Board Member(District 9), Sandy Denapolis-Bosarge, came to deliver dictionaries to our third grade students. Each student will receive his/her own dictionary to keep. Each teacher will also receive one. Each class and the […]
The River Region Republican Women’s Club visited Schneckenburger’s 3rd graders to present the students with their every own dictionaries. The River Region Republican Women, is an affiliate of the Louisiana Federation of Republican Women (LFRW) and the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW). One of the special projects of the NFRW is the national dictionary project. Republican […]
SERVICE LEARNING GRANT FIELD TRIP http://jpschools.org/schneckenburger-students-experience-service-learning-field-trip/ https://www.facebook.com/jeffparishschools/ 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 13th at the Pontchartrain […]
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: Our teachers and students are working very hard! As our spring semester progresses, our teachers continue to design […]
Schneckenburger’s 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders participated in the “Savannah Challenge.” The project is named after 10-year-old Savannah Solis of Tyler, TX, who has single-handedly written more than 1,000 cards thanking law enforcement officers across the country and internationally. CrimestoppersGNO spearheaded the challenge for grades 3-7 across the greater New Orleans area and River Parishes […]
Mrs. Williams’ 3rd grade class selected, researched, and created presentations about famous African American individuals. Each student selected his/her person, did the research, and created a visual art project to be presented before the rest of the class and other 3rd grade classes. The students did an outstanding job.
Grades 3-5 Book Fair Grand Event (All family members are invited)! Grandparents, parents, and family members are invited to join their students in grades 3-5 for cookies, juice, and some special shopping time at the Book Fair! Please follow the times (organized by the first letter of the student’s last name) listed below to ensure […]