Herald-Guide celebrates St. Charles Parish Schools
Big bubble, no trouble for kindergarten kids
By Staff Report - May 03, 2007
Submitted by Amy Brezinsky
Students dress up like storybook characters
Submitted by L. Elise Poplus
NEW SARPY - During National Library Week, April 16-20, students at New Sarpy Elementary and Kindergarten celebrated by dressing up as their favorite storybook character. The activity encouraged students to think about books and characters so that they could creatively demonstrate them.
Pictured are first graders Torbin Breit as Harry Potter, Dellary Oubre as Jack Sparrow, Terri Dennis as Raggedy Ann, Calli Pitzen as Amelia Bedelia, and Kyra Cowart as Snow White.
Satellite Center teens love their secretary
Submitted by L. Anderson
LULING - Health Career Exploration team members at the Satellite Center show their appreciation to Ms. Gigi Johnson on Secretaries' Day.Parent tells students how to handle MONEY
Submitted by Julie Fabergas
DESTREHAN - St. Charles Borromeo parent, Colleen Pinero, is visiting first grade classrooms to discuss Junior Achievement. As a CPA for Junior Achievement she was able to discuss volunteers, families, family jobs, needs and wants, and how to pay for needs and wants.
Mrs. Pinero distributed activity books and magnets for the students. Junior Achievement is involved in all schools in St. Charles Parish.Are you smarter than a New Sarpy 3rd grader?
Submitted by Jennifer Myers-Lind
NEW SARPY - Students from Mr. Donnie Cross' gifted and talented class in mathematics performed a geometry skit for fellow students at New Sarpy Elementary School. This skit used geometric puns such as a "polygon" as both a closed figure with straight lines and a "dead parrot." In this photo, "teacher" Madison Schmitt, fields questions from "students" Sarah Gautier, Andy Gilmore, Cole Greishop, Catie Toal and Gregory Danielson.
Ruslan Bilyalov TAKES FIRST at physics fair
Submitted by Deborah Barrette
DESTREHAN - Ruslan Bilyalov, a 7th grader at Harry Hurst Middle School, recently captured first place in the Junior Physics Division at the State Science Fair held in Baton Rouge. Ruslan was also presented a ‘Discovery Young Scientists Award' at the competition.
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