Exploring Finance Park with Junior Achievement at EFMS: 8th grade students enrolled in Introduction to Business Computer Applications at East Feliciana Middle School recently completed a capstone virtual simulation as part of their participation in the Junior Achievement Finance Park program. This capstone is an opportunity for students to apply their new learning about making intelligent financial decisions that last a lifetime, including decisions related to income, expenses, savings, and credit. This program was implemented in collaboration with Feliciana Bank and Trust. Employees from Feliciana Bank and Trust shared in the content delivery during class time.
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DINO-MITE DRAWING AT SES: 5th graders at Slaughter Elementary School have been learning how to sketch dinosaurs in Mrs. Susie’s art class.
CELEBRATING OUR TEAM IN EAST FELICIANA PUBLIC SCHOOLS: We are grateful for each of our team members who support our students every day! Thank you for all that you do!
Congratulations to our May Students of the Month!
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Congratulations to Mrs. Karetha Davis from our Central Office team, our East Feliciana Public Schools May Employee of the Month!
JES held a pep rally prior to state testing! The EFHS cheerleaders performed, former JES students & current EFHS cheerleaders Kadence & Markeisha encouraged students, the faculty cheerleaders & Rah Rah led cheers, students had a dance contest, & Ms. Phillips rode her unicycle!
Prior to the beginning of state testing, Slaughter Elementary School held a LEAP pep rally featured a 5th and 6th grade step group and a 4th-6th grade cheer squad led by Mrs. Peterson. The LEAP theme at SES this year is “It’s game time!”
Congratulations to our East Feliciana High School track & field team members who competed at the LHSAA State Meet on Friday! #HomegrownPride
Pre-K and kindergarten students at Clinton Elementary School visited with their older schoolmates who are taking LEAP 2025 state assessments to remind them to keep their eyes on success!
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To celebrate great behavior and build positive community, the PBIS team at JES hosted a "Taste of Louisiana" Festival earlier this spring. Each grade level provided a tasty treat from one of Louisiana's famous festivals.
East Feliciana High School recently hosted a pathway career fair for all current 8th through 11th graders. Students were able to learn about college and career opportunities related to our pre-engineering, pre-educator, and environmental protection & sustainability pathways as well as opportunities in trades and for service. Community partners attending the EFHS Student Pathways fair included Baton Rouge Community College, Baton Rouge Fire Department, attorney LaTigdra Brown, Country Boy Smokers, barber Sammy Davis, DEMCO, the East Feliciana Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, East Feliciana Public Schools Human Resources, LSU College of Engineering, Pelican State Credit Union, the Southern University Ag Center, RKM Primary Care, and Upward Bound. Students in FFA, EFHS pre-engineering classes, and EFHS pre-educator classes also shared with their peers about their experiences. Ensuring each student has a clear pathway to graduate from high school with a meaningful credential is a priority of East Feliciana Public Schools.
Congratulations to our EFHS Track & Field teams on a successful regional meet! Good luck this Friday at the state meet!
Last month, participants in East Feliciana 4-H's yoga workshop had the opportunity to participate in Barn Hill Preserve's first-ever goat yoga class!
Across each of our schools, students worked hard to get ready for the LEAP 2025 state assessments. Students at East Feliciana Middle School collaborated with their peers in review sessions.
Students at JES are learning the basics of tennis from Coach Marcia Houtz with the assistance of a grant from the US Tennis Association, which provided training and equipment for the school. Here, Ms. Johnson’s second grade class is working on racquet and ball handling skills.
Last week, first grade astronomers at both Clinton Elementary School and Slaughter Elementary School took their learning outside as they made observations about different sources of light and objects in the sky. This unit on astronomy is part of our Amplify science curriculum.
SNAPSHOTS OF LEARNING: A student at East Feliciana Enrichment Academy engages with a simulation of chemical reactions using Amplify Science curriculum materials.