Jackson Elementary School classrooms are participating in a “Magikarp Madness” Kindness Challenge this month. Students are completing weekly kindness challenges and tracking them on a classroom calendar. Each week, the school identifies the classes with the most acts of kindness that will move forward in the bracket. Students in 3rd grade earned a kindness point by volunteering to read to 1st graders.
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Two students point to a graph.
Students reading to younger students.
Last week, students from Clinton Elementary School attended Ag Magic Baton Rouge presented by the LSU Ag Center. Students took an interactive, visually stimulating educational journey through Louisiana agriculture and the environment.
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Two students holding a chick.
A student holds a chick.
A student stands with Smokey Bear.
A COMMITMENT TO SAFETY, SERVICE, AND LEGACY AT EFHS: Last week, students at East Feliciana High School participated in CPR training led by Wardell Lewis, BSN RN, a 2004 graduate of Clinton High School.
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A person watches students perform CPR.
Students perform CPR.
SPOTLIGHT ON SCIENCE AT SES: Students in Ms. McIntyre’s sixth grade science class at Slaughter Elementary School conducted experiments to explore energy storage molecules in living organisms.
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A teacher assists students with a science experiment.
Students work on a science experiment.
The EFMS track & field team finished in first place last week at the Sherman/Brown Invitationals held in Woodville, MS. Coach Darren Matthews was named outstanding coach. The EFMS team has students from both East Feliciana Middle School and East Feliciana STEAM Academy.
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A group of students holding a trophy, some with medals.
A group of students holding a trophy with a coach.
A TASTE OF LOUISIANA AT JES: To celebrate great behavior and citizenship, the Jackson Elementary School PBIS committee hosted the school’s annual Taste of Louisiana Festival. Students learned about and tasted delicacies from a range of historic festivals across the state.
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Two children eating crawfish.
Two children in front of information about the Christmas Festival of Lights.
An adult is serving chicken to students.
Adults give strawberry treats to students.
An adult talks to a student about the LA Sugar Cane Festival.
Special peach treats from three adults!
"Mobile Zoo" Stops at CES: Last week, students at Clinton Elementary School received a special visit from BREC’s mobile zoo program that is designed to educate the public while reinforcing the message of wildlife conservation.
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A student touches a lizard.
Two students touch a lizard.
Learning the Language of Math at EFHS: Geometry students at East Feliciana High School work to understand the precise language that describes the properties of volume.
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Students working in workbooks.
GETTING TO THE HEART OF LEARNING AT EF STEAM: During their Introduction to STEM Pathways and Careers course, 7th graders at East Feliciana STEAM Academy designed and constructed papier-mâché animals that incorporate a programmed microbit, including a pig with a beating heart.
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Four students standing behind a papier mache pig with a blinking heart inside it.
EFMS HOSTS BETA CLUB INDUCTIONS: East Feliciana Middle School hosted their Beta Club induction ceremony last week. The national Beta organization promotes the ideals of achievement, character, leadership, and service.
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A student stands with two aduults.
A student stands with two adults by a podium draped with the Beta emblem
A smiling student and two smiling adults.
A student in a wheelchair and two adults.
Students in Mrs. Gibbs’ kindergarten math class at Slaughter Elementary School have been modeling their thinking for their classmates!
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A student is doing visual math work on a whiteboard.
A student works on a smartboard.
Jackson Elementary School observed Read Across America week with guest readers and special “Book and Blanket” and “Teen Cafe” reading activities. Thank you to paraprofessional Trellia Freeman for coordinating this exciting celebration of literacy!
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A person wearing a cookie reads a book.
A person holding a book stands in a hallway with a group of students.
A person with a group of students smiling.
A person reads a book to students while wearing a fancy hat.
Students read by flashlight.
"Nacho" Average Artists at EF STEAM: East Feliciana STEAM Academy students enrolled in the EF Accelerate afterschool program celebrated Pi Day on 3-14 by designing nacho art that represented the concept of Pi.
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Bryson is the first place winner with art featuring chips and jalapenos
Reina wins second place.
Janyah is in the cafeteria. She won third place.
Kolston just used chips and earned honorable mention.
SHAPING THE FUTURE WITH ART AT CES: Last week, students at Clinton Elementary School painted their unit project in art class. The unit covers creating drawings using geometric shapes and blending colors.
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A student is painting
A student is painting a house.
A student is beginning a painting.
A student is painting a house.
This week, juniors at East Feliciana High School participated in their class ring ceremony, signing the commitment to graduate and celebrating their success through their high school journey so far.
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A group of five students show off their rings in a gymnasium.
Mrs. Smith’s 2nd graders at Slaughter Elementary are working on repeated addition. Many of her students are writing multiplication sentences already! Mrs. Smith uses small group instruction as an opportunity to accelerate all students’ learning based on their individual needs.
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Students working at a table with a teacher.
A smiling student has drawn a repeated addition problem.
Congratulations to our March Students of the Month, who were recognized for their LEAD citizenship!
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Seven children are superimposed onto a light blue backdrop. Above them are the words "Congratulations to our East Feliciana Public Schools March Students of the Month!" and the East Feliciana Public Schools logo. Below them, across a gold bar, are their names and schools: Easton Heflin, Quad Area Head Start; Chance White, Clinton Elementary School; Jasmine Cook, Jackson Elementary School; Tali Carter, Slaughter Elementary School; Gabriel Williams, East Feliciana STEAM Academy; Charles Bryant, East Feliciana Middle School; and Lucas McMullen, East Feliciana High School.
LIFE CYCLES IN ACTION AT JES: Ms. Griffith’s 3rd grade science students at Jackson Elementary School are raising butterflies as part of their study of life cycles. They set up the habitat for their new caterpillars and are looking forward to seeing them grow and change!
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Students with a book in front of a butterfly net.
Growing Together at CES and EFMS: 4-H members at Clinton Elementary School and East Feliciana Middle School recently did spring planting in their school garden beds!
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A student holds up a plant.
A student uses a shovel.
A student holds a plant.
Students and an adult smiling as they plant.
A student waters a garden bed.
A student holds a strawberry plant.
Students and adults showcase their garden beds.
CARING FOR CARROTS AT EF STEAM: 7th graders at the East Feliciana STEAM Academy took a break from programming their microbits to tend to their gardens. They harvested a whole bucket of carrots, continuing their discussion on how carrots naturally grow in different shapes and how these carrots are actually more “natural” than the “picture-perfect” carrots you may see in stores.
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A student holds up two carrots.
Students amazed at carrots.
Student holds up carrots.
Student showcases carrots.