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May, 2014

 

 

Robotics Club Named Grand Champion
In WWII Museum Robotics Challenge

The “Tiger Techs” from Florida Avenue Elementary in Slidell won the title of Grand Champion in the recent Robotics Challenge held by the National World War II Museum in New Orleans. They also won first place in the Robot Performance competition. The event attracted 33 middle school teams from across Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Texas.

Held in the Museum’s US Freedom Pavilion in the Boeing Center in May, the second annual Robotics Challenge awarded the efforts of robotics teams who had been working together over a period of four months, designing, building, and programming autonomous robots using the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® robotics platform.

The mission was to develop a system of safer troop transport they could have used for D-Day. Teams scored points on the WWII-themed playing field by completing assignments like deciphering an encrypted message, avoiding beach obstacles, unloading soldiers from a Higgins boat and delivering airborne troops to the drop zone. In addition to building a robot, each team completed a research project in which they designed a device to improve the safety of troops landing on Omaha and Utah beaches. Teams built a model of their device, wrote a government proposal and filmed a promotional video.

The Grand Champion Award was presented to the team who embodied the spirit of innovation and teamwork by excelling in all areas of the Challenge including robot design, robot performance, and the project. Robot Performance Awards were presented to the teams scoring the most points during the robot missions. Teams competed in two matches and their highest score was considered. Project Awards were presented to teams who designed an innovative and effective device, communicated clearly through a cohesive presentation.

Florida Avenue Elementary's Robotics Club members Cameron Clark and Myrio Denson participated in the Back the 'Bot  Robotic competition at the WWII Museum. 

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Pictured are Michael Clark, Cameron Clark, Myrio Denson and Annie Tete, the STEM Education Coordinator. 

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Pictured are Cameron Clark with his father Michael Clark and Myrio Denson and their project, the  Light Ship-to-Shore Connector hovercraft.

 

Citizens of the Month

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Florida Avenue Elementary School May Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Brody Cutrer, Logan Harrington, Samya Dunnaway, Hope Rybczyk, Alaina Hughes, Tripp Buffone; back row, Harley Boyd, Gavin Moore, Marie Snead, Robbie Thibodaux, Gracie Stoltz-Howard, Stephanie Motino, Eva Eaton and Jennifer Pilipovich.   Citizens of the Month are honored as part of Florida Avenue Elementary’s Positive Behavior Support program. Students are recognized for listening and assisting classmates and teachers in need; serving as a positive influence in the classroom and community; demonstrating a positive/helpful attitude; participating in class celebrations; demonstrating a strong effort in academic endeavors; and leadership. Not pictured are Sydney Breard, Isabel Flettrich and Charlie Krantz.

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More Florida Avenue Elementary School May Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Davielle Bibbins, Jaime Olguin, Chloe Schroeder, Adam Monchgesang, Jacquelin Sanchez-Cortes, Jha'sl Cockeran, Travis Smith, Carmen Porter, Brae'lyn Dolliole; back row, Danika Lewis, Ava Krantz, Willie Gant, Julia Cook, Meredith Mazariegos and Brandon Twillie.   Not pictured are Destiney Murphy and Lily Perkins.

 

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Florida Avenue Elementary School April Citizens of the Month include, front from left,Joe Barber, Ella Bridges, Noelle Ford, Jaylyn Gerg, Skylar Kirstein, Ke'ara Crawford; back row, Rylan Mirza, Rashawn Mills, Butch Favalora, Gage Schenck, Jacob Karem, Stephanie Lassiter, Carmen Bob and Lexi Joles. Citizens of the Month are honored as part of Florida Avenue Elementary’s Positive Behavior Support program. Students are recognized for listening and assisting classmates and teachers in need; serving as a positive influence in the classroom and community; demonstrating a positive/helpful attitude; participating in class celebrations; demonstrating a strong effort in academic endeavors; and leadership. Not pictured is Marleena Harrison.

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More Florida Avenue Elementary School April Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Destinee Edwards, Joshua Wichterich, Alexander Cuyuch, Ajia Fleming, Zachary Weisheit, Kaylee Gerg; back row, Logan Echols, Jordan Mackles, Molly Hursey, Emma Welch, Anthony Pursley, Carlos Fleming, Jr., Layla Square and Seth Johnson.   Not pictured are Myrione Beaulieu, Stephanie Crawford, Teasia Fountain and Slade Harrison.

 

Reading on the Avenue

Guest readers from the community visit Florida Avenue for Reading on the Avenue Day!

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First Grade Art Project

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April, 2014

 

Citizens of the Month

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Florida Avenue Elementary School March Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Deshaun Finchis, Karla Cortes, Isabella Garcia, Thomas Dean, Katie Wright, Jan Bautista, Savannah Thomas, Jamie Gueho, back row, Seth Pena, Nia Mitchell, Taylor Hollis, Taylor Thibodaux, Daniel Pichon and Solomone Hartley. Citizens of the Month are honored as part of Florida Avenue Elementary’s Positive Behavior Support program. Students are recognized for listening and assisting classmates and teachers in need; serving as a positive influence in the classroom and community; demonstrating a positive/helpful attitude; participating in class celebrations; demonstrating a strong effort in academic endeavors; and leadership. Not pictured are Jason Helmke and Tyler Howard.

 

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More Florida Avenue Elementary School March Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Logan Dean, Geraldine Vazquez, Olde "Melisa" Ambrocio-Gomez, Shellbi Morse, Emily Gueho; back row, Isla Mirza, Layla Gant, Heathie Victor, Elizabeth Dickson, Jazmine Sumlin and Alexia Pinkney.   Not pictured are Joshua Cline, Makaila Gabriel, Jordan Harris, Moira Thibodeau,  Rebekah Van Ampting, Balay Wheeler and Channing Wise.

 

Florida Avenue Participates in Relay for Life

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6th Grade Art Club

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LEAP Rally Visitors Help Shout Out

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On Friday, coaches from Slidell High brought over a few football players, cross country team, cheerleaders and dance team to help motivate our students for this week of LEAP testing. Students, teachers and parents all had a great time, and the students talked all day about going to Slidell High!

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Coach Larry Favre

 

Substitute of the Year

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Tessa Narcisse

Support Personnel of the Year

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Kathy Collier

Teacher of the Year

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Deborah Green

 

 

Relay for Life Disney Character Day!

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Louisiana State Police
Visits Pre-Kindergarten

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March, 2014

 

 

Reflections Winners

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 PTA Reflection winners in the area of photography are Florida Avenue students Julia Cook and Emma Johnson.

 

Substitute Appreciation

Florida Avenue recently held an appreciation luncheon for their substitutes.

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Pictured are Sandra Smith, Rita Japp, Dorothy Stokes, Tessa Narcisse and Sonya Washington.

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Pictured are Dorothy Stokes, Rita Japp, Sonya Washington, Tessa Narcisse and Sandra Smith

 

Community Ambassador

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Sabrina Simon was honored by the St. Tammany Parish School Board for her involvement with Community Ambassadors. She is shown at left with Principal Kimberley Burgoyne at right.

 

Citizens of the Month

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Florida Avenue Elementary School February Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Reese Davis, Beau Ross, John Lowery, Lily Monchgesang, Santos Chairez-Ceballos, Jackson Dudenhefer, Malorie Cook, Selena Watson, Aerianna Smith; back row, Kasia Barnett, Van Westmoland, Sloan Smith, Thomas Feldner, Patrick Slay, Jadon Ramirez, Jonathan Woods and Kaylin Harrell . Citizens of the Month are honored as part of Florida Avenue Elementary’s Positive Behavior Support program. Students are recognized for listening and assisting classmates and teachers in need; serving as a positive influence in the classroom and community; demonstrating a positive/helpful attitude; participating in class celebrations; demonstrating a strong effort in academic endeavors; and leadership.

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More Florida Avenue Elementary School February Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Eddie Price, Max Mentel. Ca'Myri Flemings, Cary Blackmon, Aaron Ard, Shevy Maurer, Hiromasa Boasso; back row, Ben Duhe, Jared Jones, Evan Juneau, Rachel Holgerson, Kendel Kirkland, Nevaeh Licciardi and Layla Burton.   Not pictured are Haley Catanese, Emmanuel Ceballos and Jacob Frich.

 


February, 2014

 

 

Mardi Gras King Cake Fun

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Students at Florida Avenue Elementary made individual king cakes in celebration of the Mardi Gras season.  Pictured are Pre-Kindergarten students Allyiah Bakos and Ja'vonnie Bienemy.

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Black History Month

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Bippo the Hippo Visits
Pre-K and Kindergarten

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Math and Science Night

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Valentines for Soldiers

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Citizens of the Month

 

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Florida Avenue Elementary School January Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Samuel Gentry, Charlie Krantz, Alex Zickler, Jahdaya Brown, Maria Cousins, Joseph Smith, Angel Bickham, Elijah Westbrook; back row, Reece Rybczyk, Michael Durr, Cameron Clark, Abigail Whitworth, Kimyatta Camper, Emily Holmes, Dionne Lowery and Anson Rigaud. Citizens of the Month are honored as part of Florida Avenue Elementary’s Positive Behavior Support program. Students are recognized for listening and assisting classmates and teachers in need; serving as a positive influence in the classroom and community; demonstrating a positive/helpful attitude; participating in class celebrations; demonstrating a strong effort in academic endeavors; and leadership.

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More Florida Avenue Elementary School January Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Sean Menne, Neveah Robertson, Ta'Kiyah Victor, Mariah Melerine, Layla Benedict, Ja'vonnie Bienemy, Kimberly Moreno, Jeremy Taylor; back row, Peyton Kirkland, Parker Helton, Jayanna Brown, Jamie Malone, Darilyn Santiago, Jonathan Mackles and Ja'Kari Curry.   Not pictured is Nicolas Nicosia and Gabryl Roman.

 

 

Letter To Soldier

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 Mrs. Gleason's second grade students recently wrote letters to a soldier in Afghanistan.

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January, 2014

 

100th Day Pictures

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Fair Judges

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These Slidell High Students judged the recently-held Science and Social Studies Fair at Florida Avenue Elementary.  They interviewed all the participants, helped grade the projects, and even provided insights and guidance to our students!  Pictured are, front from left, Cynthia Nolan and Ester Saevaedra; back row, Angelica Hernandez, Katie Aumiller, Mathew Landry,  Eli Burgoyne and Rebecca Chaisson.

 

 

Classroom Supply Gift Basket

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Kathy Aultman, who represents Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.and is currently the president of Tau Kappa Zeta Graduate Chapter in Slidell,  presented  Sabrina Simon-Chambliss and Margaret Pittman with a gift basket of classroom supplies as a token of our appreciation for what they add to our community by educating our youth.

 

 

Florida Avenue's School Spirit Day!

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Citizens of the Month

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Florida Avenue Elementary School December Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Wil Craige, Angel Juarez, Trey Thomas, Joshua Lowery, Lynzee Bellamak, Caiden Clayton; back row, Caleb Diaz, Aaliyah Williams, Heaven Brown, Timisha Edwards, Amielillon Davis, Christy Ard, Nyla Gant, Sasha Burk and Aaliyah Crawford.  Citizens of the Month are honored as part of Florida Avenue Elementary’s Positive Behavior Support program. Students are recognized for listening and assisting classmates and teachers in need; serving as a positive influence in the classroom and community; demonstrating a positive/helpful attitude; participating in class celebrations; demonstrating a strong effort in academic endeavors; and leadership.

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More Florida Avenue Elementary School December Citizens of the Month include, front from left, JayQuan Crawford, Keyri Juarez, Myles Denson, Joshua Gleason, Alliyah Bakos, Twylla Waguespack, Ga'Leiya Leggett, Stephanie Crawford; back row, Kezia Coleman, Kaden Weiss, Gavin Minnick, Christian Torres, Adeline Patitucci, Anj'ae Collins, Layla Cline and Joseph Arsenaux. Not pictured are Dylan Doyle, Meleah Francis and Joshua Navarro.

 

Smart Bodies Program Visits Campus

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Science Fair

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Science Fair 1st Place-Savannah Thomas

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Science Fair 2nd Place- Jackson Dudenhefer and Jacob Cook

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Science Fair 3rd Place-Aizlynn Burton and Nancy Sweetland

 

Social Studies Fair

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First Place-Will Gayle

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Second Place-Julie Walder

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Third Place-Martha Chairez

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Third Place-Logan Holley

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Third Place: Rylie Miramon

 


December, 2013

 

Citizens of the Month

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Florida Avenue Elementary School November Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Jaylynn Fayard, Jasmine Diaz, Jocelyn Loredo, Nancy Sweetland, Danielle Bauer, Jacob Cook, Ethan Lewis, Alexis Andrews, Alice Holmes; back row, Leigha Price, Jennifer Navarro, Stephanie Benjamin, Katelyn Jones, Abigail Carlton and Brailynn Williams.  Citizens of the Month are honored as part of Florida Avenue Elementary’s Positive Behavior Support program. Students are recognized for listening and assisting classmates and teachers in need; serving as a positive influence in the classroom and community; demonstrating a positive/helpful attitude; participating in class celebrations; demonstrating a strong effort in academic endeavors; and leadership. Not pictured are Isabel Flettrich and Jason Helmke.

 

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More Florida Avenue Elementary School November Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Cameron Thomas, Grace Williams, Kylia Smith, Bransen Champagne; back row, Ty Thibodaux, Mia Giglio, Kyla Sylve, Sumnmer Krantz, Shelby Chapman, Valeria Torres and Ulanda Andrews.  Not pictured are Colin Andre', Gabriel Gittinger, Devin Howard, Courtney Peters, Aleah Robertson and Lance Turner.

 

Christmas Tree Art Project
by Second Grade Students

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Reflections Contest Winners

“Believe Dream, Inspire” 2013-14 PTA Reflections Contest Winners for Florida Avenue.

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Winners in the area of Visual Arts are Kaya Merry and Jennifer Navarro.

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Winners in the Literature category include, front from left, Chandler White, Nancy Sweetland, Kathyrn McCurley, Ethan Monchgesang; back row, John Lowery, Jayden Twillie, Sasha Burk, Ella Bridges, Audrey Capritto and Yazmin Jackson.

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Winners in the area  of Photography are Emma Johnson, Julia Cook and Jacob Cook.

 

 

Christmas Concert

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November, 2013

 

Thanksgiving Feast

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Mrs. Anti's Kindergarten Class's Thanksgiving Feast

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Testing Lung Capacity

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Doctors from the LSU Health New Orleans, Physiology Department did an experiment with third grade students at Florida Avenue that tested lung capacity.

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Literacy Night

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Dance Team

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Florida Avenue's Dance Team performed at Literacy Night.

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Black and Gold Day

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State Robotics Tournament

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Florida Avenue's Robotics team  made it through the qualifier tournament to advance to the State Tournament!

 

Art Projects on Display

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Florida Avenue students display art projects at Counter Culture restaurant in Slidell.  Pictured are Mackenzie Crowe, Sasha Burke and Kaya Merry.

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Junior Achievement Day in Grades 4-6

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Florida Avenue Students Honor Our Veterans!

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Citizens of the Month

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Florida Avenue Elementary School October Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Olivia Miller, Makayla Melerine, Makayla Drennon, Harleigh Crowe, Brennan Diaz, Noah Hughes, Aerianna Smith; back row, Principal Mrs. Kimberley Burgoyne, Hannah Juneau, Grace Capritto, Emma Johnson, Madison Saltalmachia, Julie Walder, Mallory Harvey, Aaron Madison, Cameron Clark and Grant Bridges.  Citizens of the Month are honored as part of Florida Avenue Elementary’s Positive Behavior Support program. Students are recognized for listening and assisting classmates and teachers in need; serving as a positive influence in the classroom and community; demonstrating a positive/helpful attitude; participating in class celebrations; demonstrating a strong effort in academic endeavors; and leadership.

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More Florida Avenue Elementary School October Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Evelyn Santizo, Zaki Bazanac, Carmen Porter, Carleigh Wright, Demonte' Candiff, Devora Sales-Hernandez, Bryant Felix, Madi Holland, Vincent Going; back row, Principal Mrs. Kimberley Burgoyne, Thomas Peterson, Jonah Cox, Caden Duhon, Ryan Marquez, Aniya Crawford, Talen Page and Mia Barnes. Not pictured are Rene Perez and Jaemarion Perrier.

 


October, 2013

 

Storybook Characters

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Investigating Pumpkins

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4th Grade Students Investigating Pumpkins

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Special Olympics!

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PBIS at Florida Avenue

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Students giving their teacher a positive paw!

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Fire Safety Instructions

Slidell Firemen discuss fire safety with Pre-K and Kindergarten students!

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Animal Trail Mix Activity

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Sixth Grade Art Project

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Students Practice Bus Safety

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Florida Avenue students practice bus safety!

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The Letter P

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Mrs. Nelson's Kindergarten class learning the letter P.

 

 School Bus Appreciation Week!

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Grandparents Luncheon

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Woot Woot Breakfast

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Every "A" in Math during the nine weeks earns a chance for a ticket to the sixth grade "Woot, Woot Breakfast." Students who attended this nine weeks are Solomone Hartley, Chandler Weber, Cameron Clark, Gracie Howard. Taylor Weber, Martha Chairez-Ceballos, Hannah Juneau, Claire Scoggin, Jennifer Navarro and Tyler Ramil.  Not pictured is Mehemara Mitchell.

 

 

Citizens of the Month

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Florida Avenue Elementary School September Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Kristina Hoffmann, Daquan Jennings, Jayden McClain, DeVante Finchis, Carson Johnson, Waylon Gayle, Addison Colgin, Zoey Boyd, Ross Bernard; back row, Principal Mrs. Kimberley Burgoyne, Kaya Merry, Leah Hoy, Myrio Denson, Logan Adams and Will Gayle.  Citizens of the Month are honored as part of Florida Avenue Elementary’s Positive Behavior Support program. Students are recognized for listening and assisting classmates and teachers in need; serving as a positive influence in the classroom and community; demonstrating a positive/helpful attitude; participating in class celebrations; demonstrating a strong effort in academic endeavors; and leadership. Not pictured is Charlie Krantz and Fernando Torres.

More Florida Avenue Elementary School September Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Preston Clayton, Orin Chambless, Aiden Attaway, Nicholas Nicosia, Khristian Wright, Alinia Brue, Clyde McCoy, Myrione Beaulieu;back row, Principal Mrs. Kimberley Burgoyne, Gabriel Garfield, Benjamin Zickler, Ronnie Williams, Isabella Rivera, Mia Encinia, Olivia Merry, Taylor Comeaux,  Mike Mojica and Tony Van Etten.

 

Geaux Pink

 

 

 

Presentation on Bullying

Third grade students' presentation on bullying at the PTA meeting.

 

 

Johnny Appleseed 

Johnny Appleseed tells his story to Pre-Kindergarten.


September, 2013

 

 

Animal Control

Damian Anti from Animal Control discusses with Florida Avenue's Pre-K students how to take care of pets.

 

United Way Champ

Champ, Florida Avenue's school mascot, collects money for United Way!

 

Window Painting

Victoria Burk paints Florida Avenue's office windows.

 

 

5th Graders enjoying art!

 

 

Working the Garden

Teaching Garden

Florida Avenue's fifth grade students working in the teaching garden.

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Tiger Tech Robotics Club

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Students from Florida Avenue Elementary’ s Tiger Tech Robotics Club participated in the Rookie Fast-Start Training on Saturday, August 21st at Slidell High.  The Fast-Start Training is designed to support fourth through eighth grade students in preparation for Louisiana’s First LEGO League Competitions.  This year’s First LEGO League Challenge is Nature’s Fury and revolves around helping to prepare, stay safe, and rebuild.  Slidell High’s First Robotics team helped coach students in building a robot, programming the robot, and preparing for the project portion of the competition.  Kathy Collier, the Tiger Tech’s Team Coach was so proud of her team, “the students worked really hard and left the Fast-Start Training with a working robot.” Students in Tiger Tech Fast Start included Myrio Denson, Nancy Sweetland, and Shae King.

 

 

Champ Photo Opportunities

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 Pictures with Champ, Florida Avenue's school mascot

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Slidell High Students Visit Campus

Slidell High School's Teaching Academy students working with
Florida Avenue Elementary students.

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Slidell High student Kaylin Kilgore working with Mrs. Wood's second grade class.

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Slidell High student Sydney Cutrer working with Ms. Vorenkamp's sixth grade class.

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Slidell High student Carrie Brown working with Mrs. Green's Kindergarten class.

 

Brown Bear

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Joshua Gleason and Mariah Melerine participating in Ms. Miller's Pre-K take home activity - "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do You See?"

 

Citizens of the Month

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Florida Avenue Elementary School August Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Diamond Lewis, Ethan Monchgesang, Emma Martin, Skylar Kirstein, JW Melton, Jasper Graves, Tamea Madison, Selena Brown; back row, Principal Mrs. Kimberley Burgoyne, Diara Domino, Zachary Morrow, Da'vionta Butler, Hailey Ray, Martha Chairez, Jeron Graves and Jude Cox.  Citizens of the Month are honored as part of Florida Avenue Elementary’s Positive Behavior Support program. Students are recognized for listening and assisting classmates and teachers in need; serving as a positive influence in the classroom and community; demonstrating a positive/helpful attitude; participating in class celebrations; demonstrating a strong effort in academic endeavors; and leadership.

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More Florida Avenue Elementary School August Citizens of the Month include, front from left, Finn Gayle, Elena Stewart, Brianna Simmons, Laila Batiste, Jaeden Perrier, Leland Slaven, Azyria Charles, Ania Bowie, Jayla Parks, Stephanie Crawford; back row, Principal Mrs. Kimberley Burgoyne, Sanai Burnett, Alyssa McCoy, Alaysia Simmons, Precy'ous Johnson, Taylor O'Brien and Michael Motino. Not pictured are Teigh O'Brien and Nicholas Rome.

 

Working Together

Teachers and students working together for a successful 2013-2014 school year!

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Mrs. Green’s kindergarten class

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Mrs. Colgin’s third grade class

 


August, 2013

 

New Spirit Shirts

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Florida Avenue students model the new 2013-2014 FAE spirit shirts. Pictured are Emmanuel Ceballos-Ramirez, Martha Ceballos-Chairez and Santos Ceballos-Chairez.

 

PTA Membership Goal

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Florida Avenue's PTA members are working on reaching their membership goal for the 2013-2014 school year. Pictured are Brennon Colle, Brayden Brewer, Waylon Gayle, Jayden Twillie, Sasha Burk, Ella Bridges, Carleigh Wright and Addison Colgin.

 

Picnic Tables Donated

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Florida Avenue's PTA donated picnic tables and umbrellas for students to enjoy during lunchtime. Pictured are sixth graders Matthew Perronne, Caleb Diaz, Logan Holley, Sierra Rowland and Claire Scoggin.

 

 

First Day Welcome

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Florida Avenue welcomed Kindergarten students for the 2013-14 school year.  Pictured are Keegan Colle with his brother 5th grader Brennon Colle  and mother Jennifer Colle. 

 

 

Kindergartern Students Welcomed

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Florida Avenue welcomed Pre-Kindergarten students for the 2013-14 school year.  Pictured are Joshua Gleason with his mother Rachael Gleason.

 

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