Grand Knight Mr. Vitali Supports Our Students By: Brenna McCarthy and Tessa Plaisance, 5th Graders Mr. Ralph Vitali, Grand Knight of the Knight of Columbus, visited our school and donated $1,500 to the special education classes and students! He has been donating for two years to Schneckenburger. Mr. Vitali is from New Orleans and has […]
A Special Word of Thanks to the Knights of Columbus On February 10, 2017, our school was chosen by the Knights of Columbus for a great honor. The Knights of Columbus donated $ 1,500 towards the special needs program at Schneckenburger. A representative from the Knights of Columbus, Ralph Vitale (the Grand Knight) gave a […]
The 2017 Teacher of the Year is Valerie Touchet. Mrs. Touchet has been a Special Education teacher for the past 37 years: 10 years in Lafayette and the past 27 years, here, at Schneckenburger. She holds a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in Education. In addition to her duties as a SpEd teacher and […]
https://www.donorschoose.org/project/ipads-for-itty-bitty-learners/2302886/ iPads for Itty Bitty Learners! My students need iPads with shock proof cases and a printer to access their new digital Kindergarten Curriculum which is especially designed for learners with autism. My Students I teach four energetic, inquisitive, loving and funny little five-year-old learners with autism in a self-contained classroom. One student is non-verbal […]
https://www.donorschoose.org/project/unique-learners-need-a-little-technology/2168275/?utm_source=dc&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=school_favorite_new_project&rf=email-system-2016-09-school_favorite_project_notification-donor&utm_content=project-photo Unique Learners Need a Little Technology My students need iPads to complete their work. My students are nonverbal and could use an iPads and Bristle Builders to communicate. My Students I teach in an elementary school with a large population of children with special needs. My class has 6 students with Autism. The students […]
Walter G. Schneckenburger Elementary School Special Ed Department in Kenner was the recipient of a generous donation of $1000 from the Knights of Columbus (Edward Stoulig Council #3528). Henry Richardson, Grand Knight presented the check to Mrs. Hodge, the principal at the school’s annual Winter Program. http://jpschools.org/appreciation-gratitude-help-schneckenburger-elementary-earn-another-1000-donation-from-knights-of-columbus/
On Friday, January10, 2014, Mr. Henry Richardson, Grand Knight, representing the Knights of Columbus Edward Stoulig Council #3528, donated $1,000 to our Special Education Department to be used in their classes for their students.