#WeLoveOurESPs in East Feliciana Public Schools! Wishing everyone a happy Education Support Professionals Day! Thank you for keeping our students safe, happy, and ready to learn.
17 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
At the top, navy text including the EF graduation cap logo that says "#WeLoveOurESPs in East Feliciana Public Schools" In bold text below, surrounded by cartoon images of workers in a school, are the words "Wishing everyone a Happy Education Support Professionals Day." In an italicized text are the words "Thank you for keeping our students safe, healthy, and ready to learn." The NEA blue logo is in the lower right hand corner.
A LEGACY OF LITERACY AND LOVE: Today, we were humbled and honored to dedicate the Clinton Elementary School Library to the memory of Ms. Odie Cain Spears.
19 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Between two blue sprigs with yellow leaves are the words "A Legacy of Literacy and Love." In smaller text below are the words 'Dedicating the Clinton Elementary School Library to the Memory of Ms. Odie Cain Spears Monday, November 15, 2021. Included below is a collage of photos: (1) A bronze plaque with a Dr. Seuss quote dedicating the library to Ms. Spears, (2) a photo of 9 family members in front of the plaque, which is above a bookshelf, (3) Ms. Spears' daughter gives remarks as her granddaughter stands by, (4) Principal Laron McCurry remembers Ms. Spears, (5) Superintendent Keisha Netterville, wearing a blue suit, smiles at a fond memory of Ms. Spears, (6) the program from the event, flowers, and a frame commemorating the event are on top of a gold table runner. Also in the post are cartoon books and the E.F. graduation cap logo.
Congratulations to Ms. Monica Corey from Clinton Elementary School, our East Feliciana Public Schools November Employee of the Month!
24 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Next to the text from the post, a picture of Ms. Corey holding flowers and a Louisiana-shaped plaque. She is in front of a blue backdrop and a yellow cartoon apple.
Congratulations to our November Students of the Month!
26 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Photos of our six Students of the Month in front of a light blue backdrop. Above them in a white bubble is text that reads "Congratulations to our East Feliciana Public Schools November Students of the Month" with our E.F. graduation cap logo. Below, on a gold strip, are their names: Kendrick Ross, Jr., Quad Area Head Start; Jamiah Dunn, Clinton Elementary; Gabrielle Wilson, Jackson Elementary; Danton Jones, Slaughter Elementary; Korban Hamilton, East Feliciana Middle; Antoine Johnson, Jr., East Feliciana High.
Congratulations to our October Students of the Month!
about 1 month ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Photos of our six Students of the Month in front of a blue field. Above them is the text "Congratulations to our East Feliciana Public Schools October Students of the Month" on a white bubble with the East Feliciana Public Schools graduation cap logo. Below, on a gold strip, are their names: Londyn Dalton, Quad Area Head Start; Arian Washington, Clinton Elementary; Jasmine Reyna, Jackson Elementary; Reese Gaylor, Slaughter Elementary; Za'yin Lewis East Feliciana Middle; and Davien Irvin, East Feliciana High.
Take time to #ThankAPrincipal as we celebrate National Principals Month in East Feliciana Public Schools!
about 2 months ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Text from post and photo of six principals: Kim Glascock, Laron McCurry, Ella Mims Philson, Megan Phillips, Inger Sanford, and Karen Williams Ross
Congratulations to Ms. Joann Hills from Quad Area Head Start, our East Feliciana Public Schools October Employee of the Month!
about 2 months ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A woman wearing pink holds a Louisiana-shaped plaque. She is standing in front of a blue background with a yellow apple, the East Feliciana Public Schools graduation cap logo, and the words "Congratulations to Ms. Joann Hills from Quad Area Head Start, our East Feliciana Public Schools October Employee of the Month!
Congratulations to East Feliciana Public Schools' September Students of the Month!
3 months ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Text that reads "Congratulations to our East Feliciana Public Schools Students of the Month!" next to the East Feliciana Public Schools graduation cap logo. A yellow band below the pictures of students includes their names and school: Lhyric Evans, Quad Area Head Start; Victoria Hansen, Clinton Elementary; Kylin Adams, Jackson Elementary; Anna Boitnott, Slaughter Elementary; Joslyn Spears, East Feliciana Middle; Trey'Dez Green, East Feliciana High.
All East Feliciana Public Schools will reopen for students on tomorrow (Wednesday, September 8). Please contact your child’s principal for more information or with any concerns. East Feliciana Public Schools will also be enrolling new students who have been displaced by Hurricane Ida. Staff will be available to assist families at our central office located at 12732 Silliman Street in Clinton beginning tomorrow (Wednesday, September 8) from 8 AM to 4 PM.
3 months ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Text across a yellow field: Now Enrolling Students Displaced by Hurricane Ida - East Feliciana Public Schools will be enrolling students who have been displaced by Hurricane Ida. Staff will be available to assist families at our central office located at 12732 Silliman Street in Clinton beginning Wednesday, September 8 from 8 AM to 4 PM. The background is an outdoor scene and the EF Schools graduation cap logo.
East Feliciana Public Schools will reopen for all staff tomorrow (Tuesday, September 7). Students will return Wednesday, September 8. September 7 will be a full workday for staff to ensure our school buildings are ready to safely receive students after impacts from Hurricane Ida. Please contact your school’s principal for more information or with any concerns.
3 months ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
East Feliciana Public Schools will reopen for all staff Tuesday, September 7.  Students will return Wednesday, September 8. September 7 will be a full workday for staff to ensure our school buildings are ready to safely receive students after impacts from Hurricane Ida. Please contact your school's principal for more information or with any concerns.