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Melissa Fontana

Brandy Falgoust

Shayla Martinez

Maria Turner



Students of the Month


  • Hunter Arceneaux
  • Kira Rink
  • Zaylee Solar
  • Ashton Pitre
  • Trista Pellegrin


  • Ryleigh Dupre
  • Bently Deroche
  • Lanie Usey
  • Raegan Redmond
  • Isabella Ayala


  • Boston Bergeron
  • Gracelyn Ledet
  • Taraji Patrick
  • Bethany Quick
  • Leeroy Hernandez


  • Ayden Deville
  • Dakota Gregoire
  • Ellen Miller
  • Jorge Tello
  • Spencer Guthrie


  • Aaliyah Norris
  • Wyatt Boudreaux
  • Lily Landry
  • Kaydence Smith
  • Katherine Cervantes


  • Kiashonte Cheavis
  • Cameron Evans
  • Braxton Pitre
  • Kayson Besharatpour
  • Katherine Mai


  • Elana Harris
  • Brittany Daigle
  • Mallory Lyohns
  • Dante Burke
  • Peyton Gros


  • Gianna Stove
  • Miguel Huerta
  • Jurnee McGee
  • Dirk Broussard
  • Chloe Harris

First Grade

1st Grade Goals
Grade Level News


Spring is in the air!


Math- We are preparing our students for the final nine weeks period of first grade! Students are working hard on problem solving skills in math. We are adding and subtracting two digit numbers using place value. We are also still working on solving word problems using the RDW strategy (Read, Draw, Write) and the CUBS strategy.

C – Circle the key numbers

U – Underline the question

B – Box any math “action” words and write the operation sign: + -

S – Solve and Check

Please continue to practice math facts daily. Students should be able to complete 30 addition and subtraction facts in 90 seconds by the end of the year. We are continuing to drill facts in our classes. Students who earn a 100% on our biweekly drills are acknowledged by administration on the loud speaker and are given a reward.


Reading We are very excited with the progress our students are making in reading fluency. Students are required to read all tests on their own at this point of the year. The teacher reads the directions to the students. The students then read the remainder of the test.

Please read with your child daily to assist your child in reading fluency and comprehension. After reading, you can ask questions about the text such as:

  • Who are the characters?
  • What is the setting of the story?
  • What is the problem in the story?
  • How was the problem solved?
  • What is the main idea or central message of the text?

*** Please continue to practice sight words with your child. Students are excited to earn their sight word stars for our boards.