Schriever Elementary School

Heather Boudreaux

Melissa Fontana

Shayla Martinez

Julia Pitre

Maria Turner

Students of the Month


  • Carter Ayzinne
  • Alayisha Keller
  • Kadence Russ
  • Kali Thibodeaux
  • Brody Wallace


  • Nevaeh Baye
  • Gerardo Perez-Ramirez
  • Aiyana Pitts
  • Desmond Rainey
  • Cohen Thibodaux


  • Sia'yea Daggs
  • Shay Landry
  • Alanna Leonard
  • Ta'Larria Moore
  • Alexander Tolentino


  • Ja'Sigh Johnson
  • Trevan Pitre
  • London Kemp
  • Keyshawna Robertson
  • Kamryn Triggs


  • Cheyenne Ordoyne
  • Chad Ayzinne
  • Avery Gros
  • Stephen Conrad
  • Kalexus Mayfield


  • Kamairi Trahan
  • Austin Fremin
  • Desire Reed
  • Kaelynn Traigle
  • Kennedi Jasmin

First Grade

First Grade Goals | 2017-18

At the end of the 2017-2018 school year…

  • 70% of first graders will meet or exceed the DIBELS end of the year goal in NWF-WWR.
  • 65% of first graders will reach a score of 47 words correct for DIBELS ORF using DIBELS Next 1st Grade EOY Benchmark Assessments.
  • 65% of first grade students will score 80% or higher on EOY math assessment.

Grade Level News

     We are quickly approaching the half way mark of our school year. Our students are showing great improvements in their Reading and
Math skills. Students are gaining more confidence in their Reading and comprehension abilities. They have been very busy working on our
Accelerated Reading and Smarty Ants programs.


     Students are required to read many parts of their tests independently. The required percentage of independent reading increases weekly as we are preparing students to be able to read 100% of their tests shortly after we return from our Christmas break. Please refer to our weekly newsletters to see the percentage of independent reading each week.


Focus Skills:

  • Reading: Students are continuing to expand their understanding of the story elements. Comprehension skills that we are working on include: finding the main idea and key details in a story, sequencing events, and comparing and contrasting information in a text.
  • Spelling: Phonics/Spelling skills include words with short and long vowels, y as a vowel and r-controlled vowels.
  • Grammar: We are learning about nouns in sentences, recognizing and using verbs in sentences, and subject- verb agreement.
  • Math: Students are working on fluency of addition and subtraction of numbers to 20, and solving addition and subtraction word problems by using our CUBS method.