Slaughter Elementary School sixth graders collaborated with peers to reflect on their progress in reading comprehension, fluency, and vocabulary using the supplemental curriculum resource Reading Plus. Students shared at least one improvement made since using Reading Plus. Sharing included “I read over 100,000 words!” “My fluency rate improved!” and "I have learned new vocabulary!”
about 10 hours ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A group of smiling students holds up Chromebooks.
A group of smiling students hold up Chromebooks.
In East Feliciana Public Schools, we believe well-prepared teachers using high-quality curriculum drive student learning forward. Take a peek at some of the teaching and learning that recently happened in our schools, including making a model of a lung at EF STEAM, solving equations at the EF Enrichment Academy, engaging in critical thinking about a text at EFHS, and modeling the number 8 at JES!
4 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Four students manipulate supplies to craft a lung.
A student writes on a smart board.
Students complete an exam.
Two students make the number 8 while sitting at a bright yellow table.
100 DAYS SMARTER IN EAST FELICIANA PUBLIC SCHOOLS: Students at Clinton Elementary School & Jackson Elementary School celebrated the 100th Day of School last week by making collections of 100 items and imagining how excited they will still be to learn when they are 100 years old.
5 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A group of children are wearing costumes and expressions that suggest they are 100 years old.
A child is dressed like he is 100 years old in front of presentations on Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
A group of students stands in front of a display they made of 100 items.
Two children wear the attire and expressions of people who are 100 years old.
January is School Board Recognition Month! East Feliciana Public Schools would like to take a moment to recognize the East Feliciana Parish School Board for the work they do.
6 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
The following text is on a blue and gold backdrop alongside the East Feliciana Public Schools graduation cap logo: We Believe All Our Students Care Achieve School Board Recognition Month 2023 East Feliciana Public Schools January is School Board Recognition Month! East Feliciana Public Schools would like to take a moment to recognize the East Feliciana Parish School Board for the work they do. This work is critical in fulfilling the mission of public schools to meet the diverse educational needs of all children and to empower them to become competent, productive contributors to a democratic society and an ever-changing world. Thank You, Board Members! Mr. Richard W. Terrell, Board President, Mr. Mitchell Harrell, Board Vice President. District 6 Div. 2 District 3 Div. 1 Mr. Rufus Nesbitt, District 1 Ms. Melissa Davis, District 4 Ms. Peidera Sims-Matthews, District 2, Div. 1 Mr. Clayton "Cisco" Elkins, District 5 Mrs. Patricia C. King, District 2 Div. 2 Mrs. Joyce A. Kent, District 6 Div. 1 Mr. J.D. Dantzler, Jr., District 3 Div. 2 Mr. Michael Ray Bradford, District 6 Div. 3 Mrs. Lillian G. Drake, District 3 Div. 3 Mr. Paul Kent, District 7
5th grade students at Slaughter Elementary School recently built systems to separate salt water from fresh water as part of their Amplify science curriculum.
7 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A smiling child holds two plastic cups as another child leans in.
Two children look on as another child manipulates a plastic cup.
Two children at a pod of desks engage in a discussion.
Watch us ZEARN: Kindergarten students collaborate on Zearn digital math lessons at Clinton Elementary School.
10 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Two students at computers smile at each other.
On the Grow at EF STEAM: Students at the East Feliciana STEAM Academy recently began germinating the first round of butter lettuce seeds to place in their aquaponics system. They also placed their first round of chicken eggs in the incubator.
11 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A student wearing a glove places an egg in an incubator.
Four children work with tools to place seeds into small containers.
READERS ARE LEADERS: Jackson Elementary School fifth graders spend some time reading to JES kindergarten students.
12 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A group of older students sitting on a couch read to a group of younger students sitting in a library as an adult smiles.
ZEARNING IT AT EFMS: 8th grader Kourtnai and 7th grader Matthew earned recognition as East Feliciana Middle School's Zearn Masters for successfully completing the most digital math lessons for the week as part of the Zearn Math curriculum. In the Zearn model, students spend a portion of their math period working in a smaller group with their teacher and a portion of their math period independently completing digital lessons.
14 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Two students hold up certificates in front of a table with framed school values and mission.
THE PROBABILITY OF ENGAGING LEARNING AT EFHS IS HIGH: Students in Ms. Hopkins’ biology class at East Feliciana High School discovered how to determine probability of trait outcomes in offspring using Punnett squares.
14 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A student wearing glasses draws a Punnett square on her desk.
A different student wearing glasses also draws a Punnett square on her desk.
EXPLORING THE ARTS AT JES: 1st grade students in Ms. Thaxter's EF Accelerate 21st CCLC afterschool enrichment class at Jackson Elementary School have recently been exploring the medium of painting.
17 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A student in glasses holds up a painting on a blue sheet of paper.
GROOVY BEHAVIOR AT SES: To celebrate their outstanding behavior and citizenship, students in Mrs. Stark's second grade class at Slaughter Elementary School had a special tie dye shirt day!
17 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A group of children are standing outside wearing tie dye shirts.
Members elected to the East Feliciana Parish School Board took their oath of office from Clerk of Court David Dart on December 20 at our central office in Clinton. They officially took office on January 1. Pictured with Superintendent Keisha L. Netterville and Clerk Dart are board members Rufus Nesbitt, Melissa Davis, Patricia C. King, Paul Kent, Lillian G. Drake, Peidera Sims-Matthews, Michael Ray Bradford, and Clayton "Cisco" Elkins. Members of the board will continue to drive and support the work of #HomegrownPride, our five-year strategic plan. Through the work of this plan, all our schools showed growth in their School Performance Score and East Feliciana Public Schools was the top district statewide for growth in students scoring mastery and above on state assessments during the 2021-2022 school year. East Feliciana Public Schools was also the top district in the Capital Region for growth in District Performance Score and one of just 20 districts statewide earning an A for student growth.
19 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A group of people stand in front of an American flag.
A group of people raising their right hands stand behind a long  table.
A group of people raise their right hand as another person speaks to them.
On December 9, EFMS hosted an induction ceremony for new members of their local chapter of the National Beta Club. The mission of the organization is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.
19 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A student stands at a podium.
A group of students and adults stand in front of a backdrop.
A student holding a certificate stands with two adults.
Congratulations to our January Students of the Month!
24 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Seven children are superimposed onto a light blue backdrop. Above them are the words "Congratulations to our East Feliciana Public Schools January Students of the Month!" and the East Feliciana Public Schools logo. Below them, across a gold bar, are their names and schools: Chloe Jarrell, Quad Area Head Start; Mason Joseph, Clinton Elementary School; Chance Thompson, Jackson Elementary School; Emily Henderson, Slaughter Elementary School; Janyah Robinson, East Feliciana STEAM Academy; Ke’Myria Jackson, East Feliciana Middle School; and Chynna King, East Feliciana High School.
Congratulations to Mr. Sam Butler from East Feliciana STEAM Academy, our East Feliciana Public Schools January Employee of the Month!
25 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A person wearing a hat is holding a plaque shaped like Louisiana and a basket. He stands in front of a light blue backdrop with a cartoon yellow apple and the East Feliciana Public Schools graduation cap logo. Text on the background reads "Congratulations to Mr. Sam Butler from East Feliciana STEAM Academy, our East Feliciana Public Schools January Employee of the Month!
As part of the district's strategic plan, East Feliciana Public Schools prioritize providing advanced and individualized opportunities for students. As a result, graduation rates at East Feliciana High School exceed the state average. In order to ensure that students graduate ready for college, career, or service, East Feliciana High School partners with a variety of postsecondary institutions including Southern University, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge Community College, and Northshore Technical College to offer courses ranging from a variety of college-level courses to welding, automotive, CNA, and culinary arts. East Feliciana Public Schools committed to expanding the opportunity for students to graduate EFHS with advanced credentials in their pathway of choice.
25 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A group of students in safety glasses stand in front of a car with an open hood
A group of students sit in a gymnasium in rows.
Two students in chef's coats stand behind two heating pans.
A group of students in welding hoods stand with an instructor.
As part of the East Feliciana STEAM Academy's problem-based learning focus, students have started to manage the daily care of the school's aquaponics system. Starting in the second semester, they will be incorporating plant life into their ecosystem.
about 1 month ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A child runs a hose in a tub while behind him two children clean a piece of equipment.
A child drops a small amount of liquid into a container another child is holding.
Prior to the holiday, Clinton Elementary students had the opportunity to visit the Old State Capitol in Baton Rouge, where they were able to study historic artifacts, learn about the burning of the building and ghostly legends, and imagine their own future as Louisiana leaders!
about 1 month ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A group of students stands in front of a display about Huey P. Long.
A student turns around from reading a museum display.
A student stands behind a podium in front of a large seal of the state of Louisiana and two flags.
Scholars in Mr. Pullen’s world history class at East Feliciana High School engaged in deep thinking as they completed their midterm exam covering topics such as the impact of imperialism on the world. Identifying and meeting student needs through the use of high quality assessment systems is a priority of East Feliciana Public Schools' strategic plan. We look forward to welcoming back students tomorrow (Thursday, January 5) for our second semester!
about 1 month ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A group of students taking a test.