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December, 2011

Country Christmas

Mrs. Branch’s T1 class at Abita Springs Elementary performed the play “A Country Christmas.” The students entertained guests with their dancing and singing of Christmas carols.  (Pictured: Row 1: Keyon Walker, Amy Cornu, Kahlil Reeves, Destiny Warren, Marshall Brand, Kyla Sanchez, Jace Crosby,  Destiny Ply ;Row 2: John Michael Brakel, Sabrina Magee, Keaton Moulliet, Henry Blalock, Matthew Lien, Blaze Delcambre, Annabella Jenkins, Seth Delbuno, Abby Rodriquez, CJ Demoruelle. Third row: Mrs. Paula Schulingkamp and Mrs. Kathy Branch)

Christmas Around the World

Abita Springs Elementary kindergarten students in Mrs. Sessions, Ms. Zweifel, and Mrs. Patton’s classes celebrated “Christmas Around the World.” Students studied the Christmas traditions from the United States, Japan, and Mexico. Above pictures are Ms. Zweifel, Alyssa Fourtunia, Charlie Verret, Reed Bond, and Haylie Gounder.  

Ms. Zweifel and Mrs. Sessions.

 


 

November, 2011

 

Fundraising Project

Abita Springs Elementary recently held a fundraiser with Number One Fundraising. ASE students, parents, and staff worked hard to raise money for their school. The following students are the highest sellers in their grade levels.

Pre K: 1st place was Katie Rainey, 2nd place was Averie Lee, 3rd place was Nova Scheckler.

Kindergarten: 1st place was Hannah Tamplet, 2nd place was Matthew Powell, 3rd place was Trip Morel.

First Grade: 1st place was Beau Buras, 2nd place was Jonathan Weiser, 3rd place was Mia Burtch.

Second Grade: 1st place was Bailey Patterson (not pictured), 2nd place was Andrew Buras, 3rd place was Isabella Granderson.

Third Grade: 1st place was Matthew Ray, 2nd place was Alexis Gratia, 3rd place was Landon Curtis.

ASE would like to thank the students, parents, and staff for their hard work in making this fundraiser a success.

Special Singer Visits

Third grade students were recently visited by Mr. Danny O'Flaherty, a singer, songwriter, and storyteller who inspires his young audiences to think, learn, and appreciate the world around them. The students were taught about historical individuals from the Revolutionary War through song. The students and teachers enjoyed the presentations as they sang along with Mr. O’Flaherty. Pictured are Mr. Danny O’Flaherty and Nicholas Mendez.

 


October, 2011

Mystery Genre

During the month of October, Mrs. Fauntleroy's Third Grade class at Abita Springs Elementary learns about the mystery genre. Andy Broussard, Zachary Strain, Alanna Watt, and Grace Dufrene are investigating a "crime scene" that occured in the classroom.

"Crime Scene" Studied

Students in Mrs. Fauntleroy's third grade class at Abita Springs Elementary are investigating a "crime scene" that occured in class. The class is reading and learning about mysteries this month. The students pictured are: Victoria Smith, Sylvester Magee, Angelle Watson, Gregory Olsen, and Andy Broussard.

 

Butterflies Studied

Students from Mrs. Janice Perkins’ second grade class have been busy studying the life cycles of butterflies. They have observed the life cycle from caterpillar to butterfly in their classroom. This second grade class has let over 30 butterflies go in our school garden. Pictured is Kayleigh Encardes and Chris Fontenot.

Mural Dedicated

Abita Springs Elementary recently hosted a dedication ceremony for the “Louisiana Music Heritage Mural” in honor of Mrs. Liz Perrin. Mrs. Perrin was a former art teacher at ASE. The mural was created by the ASES third grade class of 2011 in collaboration with Mr. Dave Kelsey, Mrs. Tracy Kennan, and Ms. Eva Jenkins. The students designed pictures to represent the various music played throughout Louisiana. The funding for the mural was supported by The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation and the ASES PTA. (Pictured: Steve Perrin, Liz Perrin, Tracy Kennan, and Eva Jenkins)

 

Crime Lab Visits ASE

Abita Springs Elementary third grade students were visited by the St. Tammany Parish Crime Lab to conclude their mystery units. Lt. Dawn Powell and Dy. Lauren Davis explained their jobs and the different equipment they use to the students. Students were able to use the equipment that detectives use at crime scenes to solve mysteries. The third graders were very excited to find their fingerprints using the unique tools.

Pictured left to right: Chase Lampo, Angel Adlow, Jackson Heap, Angelle Gauthier, and Dy. Lauren Davis

Pictured left to right: Lt. Dawn Powell, Kyle Burke, Kyle Waguespack, and Kerry Barnes

Louisiana Showcase Night

Abita Springs Elementary hosted its annual Open House night on October 24th with a Louisiana theme. Parents visited their child’s classroom to view all their hard work so far in the year. Parents and students were also treated to red beans and rice donated by Blue Runner Foods and Louisiana music in the cafeteria. It was a night full of art, food, music, and fun! (Pictured: Ashley Heisser and Hayden Heisser)

Body Tour


Abita Springs Elementary was visited by the SmartBodies exhibit from the LSU Ag Center on October 25th & 26th. Students were able to tour the human body with the OrganWise Guys as their guides. Students began the tour in the brain and traveled through the body learning lessons at each stop. We would like to thank the parents who volunteered to lead each body station. ASE students learned lots from the fabulous exhibit. (Pictured: Logan Nordin, Lauren Winslow, Victoria Woods, Sawyer Daigle,Brent Lasseigne, Hannah McHenry, Shannon Woods, Sam Heffker, Jaco Pickard, and Mrs. Emily Achee.)

Students “Beeing” There

Mrs. Rachel Carpenter’s first grade class at Abita Springs Elementary celebrated their awesome behavior with an ice cream party. Honey the Bee joined them for ice cream in celebration of earning 100 class compliments since school started.

Bottom (left to right): Gabrielle Givens, Joshua Tagliavore, Coy Herberger, Ryan Terrington, Nathan Hinojosa, Reagen Robin, and Katelyn Cyprian. Middle: Chloe Cagnalatti, Kaiya Blucas, Savannah Kast, Mixon Senseney, Paydon Payne, Kane Revere, and Bryce Barr. Back: Ashton Thigpen, Colin Siragusa, Alli Lusher, Emma Wattigny, Gracie Farris, Honey the Bee, Mrs. Rachel Carpenter

 

Silly Sock Day



Ms. Wolfe’s kindergarten class from Abita Springs Elementary learned about the letter “S.” The students participated in a silly sock day to celebrate the letter “S.” The children in the picture starting at the top and moving to the right are: Noah Fussell, Isabella Washington,Ben Henry, Annie Boltin,Sophia Guy,Taylor Batts,Hunter Mabe,Courtney Solari, Jordan Saucier, and Lexi Loga.


September, 2011

 

Teddy Bear Day in T-1

On Thursday, September 15th, we had a special day with our favorite Teddy Bears. We used them for math, language arts, and art activities. The children had a blast. We graphed the Gummi bears that Mrs. Demoruelle sent for us. We even graphed our teddy bears. We listened to stories about teddy bears. At the end of the day, we made the "Bear with the Stubby Tail." Students Pictured: Henry Blalock, John Michael Brakel, Marshall Braud, Amy Cornu, Jace Crosby, Seth Delbuno, Blaze Delcambre, Charles Demoruelle, Annabella Jenkins, Matthew Lien, Sabrina Magee, Keaton Moulliet, Destiny Ply, Kahlil Reeves, Abby Rodriquez, Kyla Sanchez, Keyon Walker, and Destiny Warren.

Grandparents Day

Abita Springs Elementary celebrated Grandparents Day by inviting grandparents to visit the school during the week of September 12th – 16th. Many grandparents visited ASE. We had one special great grandmother, Ms. Louise Metzelthin. She is 99 years old and received a dozen of roses from Ms. Gast for being the oldest grandparent to attend grandparents day. We want to thank all of the grandparents who “made their grandchild’s day” by visiting ASE. (Pictured From left to right Les Holland, Kollin Loccerio)

ASE Students Recognized

Students showing “Good Citizenship” and “Outstanding Effort” in September were recently recognized at Abita Springs Elementary. These students received a certificate and a prize.

Kindergarten “Good Citizens” were Dominic Giroir, Ma’Loni-Rayne McElroy, Grace Gifford, Ethan Spadoni, Samantha Hopkins, Aiden Dixon, Ben Henry, and Charles Escher.

Kindergarten students receiving “Outstanding Effort” were Gavyn Sanchez, Lauren Winslow, Mason Gendusa, Hayden Gwynne, Jesus Trejo-Montes, Rylee Crosby, Kayla Trager, and Ruby Lechler.

First Grade “Good Citizens” were Jace Crosby, Brooke Serigne, Anthony Taylor, Bryce Barr, Benjamin Gutowski, Madison Gendusa, Hailey Marange, Corey Kustenmacher, Emma Marler, and Hailey Gwynne.

First grade students receiving “Outstanding Effort” were Amy Cornu, Natalie Amador, Kylie Reinecke, Tyler Martin, Alana Folse, Corey Charleston, Hayden Stires, Samantha Cooper, Logan George, Deven Clawson.

Second Grade “Good Citizens” were Sadie Brooks, Kenzie Pfeifer, Hailey Buttone, Savannah Brink, Simone Ruediger, Andrew Buras, and Royce Snyder.

Second grade students receiving “Outstanding Effort” were Irean Marshall, Jordan Ducote, Rylee Leonard, George Heffker, Xander Walter, Monique Blackburn-Kiper, and Andrea Watt.

Third grade “Good Citizens” were Kle Waguespack, Catherine Davis, Julianna Barrack, Jon Chauviere, Tiyaesha Austin, Hannah Juno, Marie Lacroix, and Quinn Young.

Third grade students receiving “Outstanding Effort” were Kengie Gordon, Mitchell Martin, Kyle Burke, Zachary Strain, Brynn Lange, Jacob Nuccio, Lain Garcia, and Marissa Palma. Congratulations on your big accomplishments!

 


August, 2011

Back to School

Mrs. Fauntleroy with Grace Dufrene

Abita Springs Elementary hosted a Back to School Night for parents and students on August 5, 2011. The school was decorated with a Louisiana theme. Parents and students also enjoyed all the “Bee” decorations to go with the new school mascot. Students and Parents were allowed to meet their teachers, see their classrooms, and drop off their supplies in advance.

 


Good Citizens


Abita Springs Elementary is proud to announce the students who earned The Good Citizenship and Outstanding Efforts Awards for August.

Kindergarten Good Citizen Award recipients were: Kollin Loccicero, Ella Hawkins, Paige Cordier, Aliyah Guiterrez, Olivia Yatcilla, Felicity Parker, Hunter Mabe, and Isabella Causey. Kindergarten Outstanding Efforts Award recipients were: Justice Celestine, Hannah McHenry, Waylon Gremillion, Daniel Lewis, Claire Leonard, Joanna Martinez, Isabella Washington, Keidyn Miknatitis.

First Grade Good Citizen Award recipients were: Olivia Lotspeich, Anissa Hughes, Gracie Farris, Amy Jackson, Rimes Donado, Riley Shasteen, Stella Lefevre, Sage Owens, Emily Graham, and Destiny Ply. First Grade Outstanding Efforts Award recipients were: Alexzander Allison, Camron Baham, Alli Lusher, Vasilis Prekas, Emily Chaiviere, Hayden Stires, Jonathan Magee, Ray Avilez, Elijah Robinson, and Kahlil Reeves. Second Grade Good Citizen Award recipients were: John Isaac Willingham, Kenzie Pheifer, Nicholas Solari, Delester Magee, Robert Fitzmorris, Lily Rabalais, and Jasmine Harig.

Second Grade Outstanding Efforts recipients were: Rodney Russo, Madeline Brown, Anna Mayfield, Josi Howe, Alexis Lewis, Ivana Guidry, and Kai Manint. Third grade Good Citizen Award recipients were: Angelle Gauthier, Payton Hulin, Jonathan Scholl, Austin Dupuy, Zachary Sullivan, Rachel Gilbert, Dakota Mabe, and Maelin Crum.

Third Grade Outstanding Efforts Award recipients were: Caiden Barnette, Trey Rossignol, Damon Dusang, Andy Broussard, Dakodah Poff, Laura Sharp, Landen Seely, Richayla Casnave. Congratulations to all the students!

 

 


Community Helpers Day

Abita Springs Elementary first graders would like to thank LA State Troopers Tony Melerine and Nick Menale , Abita Springs Fire Department, and CLECO for coming to talk to students about being community helpers. The first graders enjoyed all of the presentations. Pictured is Ms. Misty Nicholson’s first grade class: Shawna Bordelon, Tyler Brignac, Ellie Canatella, Ezekiel Cunningham, Elena Heap, Hailey Marange, Timaya Martin, Oliver May, Jake Mayo, Hayden Meynard, Justin O’Neal, Kurtis Prather, Isaac Richert, Rylie Rockhold, Blake Rossignol, Riley Shasteen, Hayden Stires, Eva Sullivan, Coby Terrebonne, Connor Terrebonne, and Hunter Willie.


 

Hive Happenings

Kindergarteners Wynisha Stricklan, Scottlyn Marquez, and Drew South were welcomed to Abita Springs Elementary by the school’s new mascot, “Honey Bee” and Principal Mrs. Stogner.

 


Back to School Night

 

Mrs. Curtis

Mrs. Curtis with Jennifer Nuccio and Sarah Jenkins

Abita Springs Elementary hosted a Back to School Night for parents and students on August 5, 2011. The school was decorated with a Louisiana theme. Parents and students also enjoyed all the “Bee” decorations to go with the new school mascot. Students and Parents were allowed to meet their teachers, see their classrooms, and drop off their supplies in advance.


2010-2011

Mardi Gras Parade Participants

 

A group from Abita Springs Elementary 2011 Mardi Gras Parade

Two costumed characters from the 2011 Abita Springs Elementary Mardi Gras Parade.

 

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