Schriever Elementary School

Chantelle Chatagnier

Emily Cosper

Blair Dufresne

Elizabeth Hebert

Jamie Luke

Students of the Month


  • Izabella Boudreaux
  • Amori Nash
  • Dalanah Reed
  • Dayton Roberts


  • Bently Deroche
  • Dakota Gregoire
  • Ashton Pitre
  • Ja'mario Southall


  • Ashlyn DeHart
  • Bethany Quick
  • Zaylee Solar
  • Kira Rink


  • Lainey LeBlanc
  • Logan Menge
  • Lily Landry
  • Gracelyn Ledet


  • Mekhi Whitrack
  • Lanie Usey
  • Kaydence Smith
  • Raegan Redmond


  • Corion Sandolph
  • Ja'Nasia Rounds
  • Brandon Gros
  • Spencer Guthrie
  • Trista Pellegrin


  • Jorge Tello, Jr.
  • Isabella Ayala
  • Marley Potter
  • Kiashonte Cheavis
  • Chance Samanie


  • A'Brielle Francis
  • Saraia Fox-Lewis
  • Mya Tyler
  • Elana Harris
  • Zurii Jackson


  • Kayson Basharatpour
  • Jamarion Johnson
  • Caleb Boudreaux
  • JaMarcus Short
  • Isabella Chaisson


  • Brittany Daigle
  • Nakaia Henderson
  • Aubrie Gros
  • Elana Harris
  • Zuri Tolbert


Kindergarten Goals | 2017-18

At the end of the 2017-2018 school year…

  • 87% of the kindergarteners will meet the benchmark goal on their DIBELS end of the year composite score.
  • 87% of the kindergarteners will meet the benchmark goal on their DIBELS end of the year composite score.
  • 80% of the kindergarteners will score 75% or higher on the district math fluency test.

The Terrebonne Parish School Board shall offer full-day kindergarten instruction to each eligible child and require every child entering kindergarten for the first time be given a valid and reliable readiness assessment. The results of this assessment shall be used for measuring student readiness for kindergarten and for planning instruction.

Grade Level News


ELA: We will continue writing first and last names, and sentences using sight words and cvc words. We will also be focusing on the following skills:

  • Letters: Xx, Uu, Vv, Zz
  • Sight Words:  I, am, in, on, help, the, a, little, play, can, blue, red, to, up, my, have, is, are, us, look, this, we, like, run, eat, he, for, not, it, me, with, she, get, go, will, away, see, big, down, good, want, be, they, you, of, new, and, make, are, that, do, under, out, find, went, zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, when, go, here, from, all, ride, so, our, make, green, blue, red, yellow, orange, funny, too, purple, pink, white, gray, brown, black, what, now, no, yes, jump, who, well, say, said, did, where, come, pretty, take
  • CKLA: Reading and writing short vowel words, identifying words that rhyme, and segmenting words
  • Adding, substituting, and omitting sounds in words (bat-change /b/ to /c/ is cat; at- add /h/ to the beginning is hat.
  • Blends/clusters: fr, pl, tr, gr, -st, -,mp, gl, th, ch, sh, -ng, -nd,, -ll, -ck, -ft, -ff, -ss, -zz, -gg


Math: We will work on making 10s, and counting 10 ones and some more (13 is 1 ten and 3 ones).


Social Science Themes: Community Helpers, Transportation, and Weather


What’s Happening in K: Please continue working on sight words and math fluency!  It is crucial that the words be mastered in order for them to be successful readers in 1st grade. Several of the students have already mastered all of the kindergarten words and have received their 1st grade bonus lists!!

Shout outs to the following students for mastering the kindergarten word list-Saraia, Bethany, Izabella, Amori, Mekhi, Ja’Mario, A’Brielle, JaMarcus, Ava, Katherine, Marley, Mya, Brandon, Ashton, Coden, Lilly, Bennett, and Kaydence! We hope to add more names to this list soon!




It is to your child’s benefit that you work with your child nightly on letter identification, letter sounds, number identification, high frequency words, and in writing their first and last name as well as sentence structure.  Together we can ensure that your child will have a successful year!  Your child’s education is essential to their future!  Again, thank you for your continued support!