Clinton Elementary School student Jeremy Allen applies his STEAM skills using engineering blocks. East Feliciana Public Schools is committed to developing a high-quality, comprehensive continuum of STEAM learning for students at all grade levels
23 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A student manipulates engineering blocks while sitting at a desk.
As part of the school's daily Morning Meeting, Jackson Elementary students earn recognition for their academic accomplishments. Serenity A, Serenity J, and Maria recently received Zearn Math Master awards for completing the most online Zearn lessons in 1st grade in a week! Providing individualized learning opportunities for students is a priority area of East Feliciana Public Schools' strategic plan.
24 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Three students are smiling and holding certificates.
We'd like to take a moment to celebrate our East Feliciana Middle School football team and cheerleaders. The mighty EFMS Tigers finished their season with a 6-2 record and as runners up in the Louisiana Middle School League! Pictured here are our 8th grade team members.
25 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A group of students wearing football uniforms and a coach in front of a blue East Feliciana Middle School backdrop.
A group of 6 students wearing East Feliciana Middle School cheerleading uniforms in front of a verdant background.
Graduates of East High, West High, Clinton High, Jackson High, and East Feliciana High were invited to remember there's no place like home and follow the yellow brick road to Tigerland for East Feliciana High School's 2022 Homecoming Week festivities. Coronation was held on Thursday, October 20 at the East Feliciana High School gymnasium with the following individuals named to the Royal Court: Miss and Mr. Freshman: Tamia McCray and Kerry Jenkins Miss and Mr. Sophomore: Jalaysia Whitfield and Robert Washington Miss and Mr. Junior: Maegan Davis and Tre'Lynn Jarrell Miss and Mr. Senior: Bricelyn Brooks and Nasir Loyell Miss and Mr. Football: Chynna King and Micah Hodges Miss and Mr. EFHS: Patrionna Miller and Chandler Wilson Miss EFHS reigned over the Homecoming Parade in Jackson the morning of Friday, October 21 and was presented with her royal court prior to the East Feliciana High School Tigers' football game on Friday evening against Dunham.
27 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A group of 12 students are dressed up elegantly on a float that says "follow the yellow brick road."
A student in a big white dress and tiara sits next to a student in a suit and a big crown.
We've been joining @NASSP @NAESP & @AFSAUnion in honoring our principals all month long for National Principals Month! Learn more www.principalsmonth.org #ThankAPrincipal
27 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Seven principals are in front of a light blue backdrop. Above them in a white box is the text  "Take time to #ThankAPrincipal as we celebrate National Principals Month in East Feliciana Public Schools! " and the East Feliciana Public Schools graduation cap logo. Below are their names and schools: Kimberly Glascock, EF STEAM Academy; Kimberly Jackson, East Feliciana Middle; Laron McCurry, Clinton Elementary; Ella Mims-Philson, EF Enrichment Academy; Megan Phillips, Jackson Elementary; Karen Williams-Ross, East Feliciana High; Jennifer Thornton, Slaughter Elementary.
As we continue our spotlight on the 2022 Homecoming coronation season, we invite you to take a moment to celebrate Miss and Mr. EFMS and their royal court!
28 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A group of adults and young people dressed in elegant outfits in front of an East Feliciana Middle School backdrop. In front, two people are in crowns: one in a white dress and one in a white suit.
We are pleased to present Miss and Mr. Clinton Elementary School for the 2022 Homecoming season - there's no place like East Feliciana! See more photos at facebook.com/eastfelschools
30 days ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A child in a white dress and a child in a white suit stand on a yellow brick road with red poppies.
A child in a dress and a child in a suit, both with sashes, walk down a yellow brick road with red poppies.
A child in a suit and a child in a dress, both wearing sashes.
This year, students at East Feliciana High School have the opportunity to participate in Introduction to Engineering, an LSU STEM Pathways course. So far this year, they have been engaged in solving a variety of problem-based learning scenarios. These have included building a free standing tower using only index cards and a pair of scissors, constructing a catapult that could project a ping pong ball, and recreating a model using the engineering design process and specific group roles. This course is part of East Feliciana Public Schools' commitment to enhance advanced learning opportunities for students.
about 1 month ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Desmond Green, Kidarius Miller, James Myles, and Kerry Jenkins recreate a model using the engineering design process. Group roles included two builders, a project manager, and a project coordinator.
John Goudeau measures a free standing tower.
Damorian Matthews, Kimberly Lopez, and Le’Qualin Thomas construct a catapult to project a ping pong ball.
Adrienne Devillier, Erik Porter, and Asia Davis craft a free standing object that can stand for at least ten seconds.
Each morning students at Slaughter Elementary School recite the Pledge of Allegiance and the school motto to be “The Best at SES.” Third grade students Brantley Rogillio and Cairi White did a great job being SES leaders!
about 1 month ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A woman holds a phone at a desk as two students speak into it.
Thank you to the Jackson Volunteer Fire Department for visiting Jackson Elementary School to teach students about fire prevention and fire safety!
about 1 month ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Four children wearing plastic fire helmets stand in front of a fire truck and a firefighter with a much  sturdier hat.
In East Feliciana Public Schools, we celebrate and honor the Hispanic heritage of our nation, our state, and our community. Visit hispanicheritagemonth.gov for more learning resources! En East Feliciana Public Schools, celebramos y honramos la herencia hispana de nuestra nación, nuestro estado y nuestra comunidad. ¡Visite hispanicheritagemonth.gov para obtener más recursos de aprendizaje!
about 1 month ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Pink and blue text reading "National Hispanic Heritage Month"
It's National School Lunch Week (NSLW)! The National School Lunch Program serves nearly 30 million children every school day. NSLW was created in 1962 to promote the importance of a healthy school lunch in a child’s life and the impact it has in and out of the classroom. #NSLW22
about 2 months ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
The text Celebrate National School Lunch Week Oct 10-14 2022 appears in front of a hippie bus and  rainbow logo that says “Peace, Love & School Lunch.” Superimposed are three women below the words “Our Clinton Elementary School Child Nutrition Program Team” (Not Pictured: Courtney Kilbourne) Did you know? Through East Feliciana Public Schools’ participation in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) Program, all of our students are able to receive a delicious and nutritious school lunch each day at no cost!
The text Celebrate National School Lunch Week Oct 10-14 2022 appears in front of a hippie bus and  rainbow logo that says “Peace, Love & School Lunch.” Superimposed are four women below the words “Our East Feliciana Middle School Child Nutrition Program Team”  Did you know? The federally funded National School Lunch Program (NSLP) has been fueling students for success for 75 years!
The text Celebrate National School Lunch Week Oct 10-14 2022 appears in front of a hippie bus and  rainbow logo that says “Peace, Love & School Lunch.” Superimposed are four women below the words “Our Slaughter Elementary School Child Nutrition Program Team”  Did you know? School lunches offer students fruits and vegetables, whole grains and milk, and meet federal nutrition standards limiting fat, calories and sodium.
The text Celebrate National School Lunch Week Oct 10-14 2022 appears in front of a hippie bus and  rainbow logo that says “Peace, Love & School Lunch.” Superimposed are four people below the words “Our Jackson School Complex Child Nutrition Program Team”  Notes from the Field I love school lunch because I like to nourish the students with the healthy and nutritious food we serve. But most of all, I love school lunch because of the smiles that are on the students' faces when they eat it! -Kenya Lanns, CNP Manager, Jackson School Complex
Earlier this month, we had the opportunity to celebrate our custodial & maintenance staff in observance of Custodian Appreciation Day. We are grateful to this team for all they do to ensure our students have safe, clean, and welcoming learning environments!
about 2 months ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
In big bold letters are the words "Thanks!" Below and above are custodial staff members holding bags and smiling.
Fourth grade students in East Feliciana Public Schools have been designing and constructing wind turbines as part of their Amplify Science curriculum. Take a look at Clinton Elementary School in action!
about 2 months ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Two students are working at four desks put together to build a wind turbine from found items.
The instructional team at East Feliciana Enrichment Academy uses various resources to support targeted and individualized student learning, including Amplify sims, Kahoot!, ReadWorks, Khan Academy, and Edgenuity.
about 2 months ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A student wearing a mask is working on a Chromebook.
A student is working on a Chromebook.
Students at Jackson Elementary School are learning Garden Yoga from our East Feliciana 4-H agent Ms. Kayla Banta as part of their Cloverbuds 4-H meeting. JES 2nd and 3rd graders are excited to participate in the Cloverbuds program this year!
about 2 months ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Three children are sitting in a pose with their eyes closed.
Congratulations to our East Feliciana Public Schools October Students of the Month!
about 2 months 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 September Students of the Month!" and the East Feliciana Public Schools logo. Below them, across a gold bar, are their names and schools: D’Katlyn Woodridge, Quad Area Head Start;  Madisyn Profit, Clinton Elementary School; Kayleigh Rogers, Jackson Elementary Schoo; Katey Landry, Slaughter Elementary School; Kendall Griffin, East Feliciana STEAM Academy; Ja’Kaylin Jarrell, East Feliciana Middle School; and Devonte Peck, East Feliciana High School.
Congratulations to Mrs. Nicole Sims from Slaughter Elementary School, our East Feliciana Public Schools October Employee of the Month!
about 2 months ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A woman wearing a floral top and a black shirt is holding a plaque shaped like Louisiana and flowers. She 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 Mrs. Nicole Sims from Slaughter Elementary School, our East Feliciana Public Schools October Employee of the Month!”
LEADERSHIP IN ACTION AT EFMS: On Friday, September 23, East Feliciana Middle School held a watch party for Homecoming Court nominees so they could watch the results of voting live. East Feliciana Middle School is committed to developing leadership opportunities for students.
about 2 months ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
A group of students, many who are wearing pajamas, are intently looking at Chromebook screens while sitting at tables.
As part of Constitution Week, students at Clinton Elementary School learned more about the responsibilities of citizens by casting Homecoming election ballots.
about 2 months ago, East Feliciana Public Schools
Observing Constitution Week at CES: Two pictures of children casting ballots with photos of their peers, one picture of a group of students casting ballots via Chromebook, and a student speaking at a podium.