Herald-Guide celebrates St. Charles Parish Schools
Pictured, left to right, Ben Cribbs, Immanuel Schmidt, Dellary Oubre, Sarah Gauthier, Kuniyo Schmidt (Immanuel's mom) and Akira Schmidt learn about life in Japan at New Sarpy Elementary.
Submitted by Jennifer Meyers-Lind
NEW SARPY - Ms. O'Rourke's first graders (right)and Ms. Miller's third graders at New Sarpy Elementary School have been working together to develop knowledge of our neighboring country, Japan.
With the help of Kuniyo Schmidt, a first grader's mother, who is from Japan, the students learned first hand about the country as they made origami, ate Japanese food, and shared in the learning of Japanese language and games.
K’garten class writes books about animals
Submitted by Kathleen Shnowski
DESTREHAN - Hurst Middle School's Patricia Mecham led students in writing age appropriate books about Louisiana animals for New Sarpy Kindergarten.
Norco students plant trees for Arbor Day
Submitted by Deborah Barette
NORCO - Norco Elementary K-3 School celebrated Arbor Day. The school planted a tree in memory of DeQuan Humphries.
Play group bakes and decorates king cakes
Submitted byBecky Weber
NORCO - Jackie James with granddaughter, Jensen Donaud and grandniece, Kynlee Madere, decorate their King Cakes. Ramona Gossett, Norco Elementary Worker, demonstrated to the Norco K-3 play group.
Grandparents honored at AA Songy school
Submitted by Toni Noehl
LULING - The children in Becky Becnel's preschool class at AA Songy Kindergarten Center recently held Grandparent's Day. The children and grandparents enjoyed some qualilty time together singing the children's favorite songs.
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