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Chahta-Ima Awarded for Participation in United Way Campaign
Candice Gianelloni, Chahta-Ima Elementary’s Coordinator for the United Way fundraising campaign, is pictured with Superintendent W. L. “Trey” Folse, III at the January Board Meeting after receiving the Superintendent’s Special Recognition Award for 100% participation in the United Way Campaign.
2014-2015 Educator of Distinction
The Chahta-Ima Elementary PTA announced their Educator of Distinction for the 2014-15 school year. Chosen to represent Chahta-Ima this year is Technology Resource Teacher Candice Gianelloni. Pictured, left to right, are Roxanne Hecker, Candice Gianelloni, and Michelle Cusimano.
December Character Trait Award Winners
Chahta-Ima students showed a great deal of kindness during the month of December. Students who did an exceptional job were recognized with a character trait award. Pictured are: F(L-R) Stacy Gamez, Avah Romich, Zarrick Landor, and Amayah Brion. M(L-R) Tyler Kinberger, Isaac Barto, Matthew Ochoa, Mason Lane, and Lacy Asbill. B(L-R) Micheal Fayard, Charles Auxilien, Alana Taylor, Cody Bauman, Brea Rainey, Maya Stubbs, and Christopher Davis. Not pictured: Jordan Grady, Jayden Zeigler, Layla Ritchie, Chloe Tusan, and Chloe Ducre.
Character Trait Award Winners
Chahta-Ima students showed a lot of responsibility during the month of November. Students who did an exceptional job were recognized with a character trait award. Pictured are: F(L-R) Zaineldein Rabee, Vaugn Hoke, Kaid Ryden, Ryleigh LeBlanc, Izabella Poole, Kyrsten Cousin, Frederick Dupree. M(L-R) Kayla Batiste, Katelynn Padilla, Alanna Cousin, Rylee Durham, Jayden Coulon, Kyson Julian, Janai Johnson. B(L-R) Addison Ray, Hunter Thomas, Andre Ridgley, Cheyenne Wheaton, Shay Green, Laila Cousin.
Celebrating Principal of the Year Gary Marlbrough
Chahta-Ima Elementary celebrated Principal Gary Marlbrough on Friday, November 7, 2014. Students from all grade levels performed songs or poems for him. St. Tammany Parish President Pat Brister was among the special guests who included Superintendent Trey Folse, Assistant Superintendent Cheryl Arabie, school supervisors Julie Matte and Beth Laine, and school board representative Willie “Coach” Jeter. Brister made a proclamation honoring Marlbrough and his efforts on behalf of St. Tammany Parish students. Pictured (L-R) Willie “Coach” Jeter, Parish President Pat Brister, Gary Marlbrough, Superintendent Trey Folse.
Black & Gold Day
Students Recognized with Character Trait Award
Chahta-Ima students showed respect for those around them in the month of October. Students who did an exceptional job were recognized with a character trait award. Pictured are: F(L-R) Roman Loera, Spencer Siles, Asia Davis, Deven Bernard, Malik Burns, and Eliyana Daughtry. M(L-R) Drake Tyson, Marques Zenon, Kayden Bickham, Logan DeSoto, Michael Fontenot, Robert Jones, and Greg Cusimano. B(L-R) Mikah Williams, Mikayla Touchet, Anna Blenet, Gavin Farrell, Kaylee Rogers, and Christian Fisk. Not pictured: Leila Casnave.
The Bayou Women’s Republican Club recently donated a brand new, personal dictionary to every Chahta-Ima Elementary third grader. Thanks for supporting our learning! Pcitured are: F(L-R) Adrian Vincent, Savanna Ducre, and Nadia Villagomez; B(L-R) Madelon Nohra, Dale Neale, and Pat Johnson.
Read for the Record
Rhonda Spiess, librarian at the Lacombe Branch of the St. Tammany Parish Library, visited Chahta-Ima Elementary to encourage the students to participate in Read for the Record. Pictured are (L-R): William Anthony, Rhonda Spiess (as the rabbit), and Reagan Roberts.
Character Trait Award Winners
Chahta-Ima students showed great self-control in the month of September. Students who did an exceptional job were recognized with a character trait award. Pictured are: F(L-R) Laila Smith, Curtis Newton, Bailey Hecker, Reagan Roberts, Acadia Fradera, Trenton Fisk, and Liam Taulbee. M(L-R) Alana Landor, Julian Adams, Cherish Jackson, Rory Dominick, Xi Williams, and Cody Pichon. B(L-R) Hunter Mullen, Owen Smith, Lauren Lopez, Savanna Ducre, Mattie Bruckhart, and Brandon Parker. Not pictured: Mason Lane and Cameron Fricke.
The Saint John of the Cross Knights of Columbus in Lacombe distributed student agendas they donated to Chahta-Ima third grade students. Thanks for helping the students stay organized! Pictured are: F(L-R) Max Keller, Joseph Shea, Milena Randolph, and Gavin Bech. B(L-R) Butch O’Neal, Mike Davis, Darryl O’Meallie, Sal Shepherd, and Merlin Schwab.
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