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May, 2013

 

Field Day

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First graders Landon Hegwood, Trenton Ebanks, Grace Mattison, Fritz Hutton, Lila Berget, Ellie Smith and Belyin Escoto give it their best in the "Tug of War" at Mandeville Elementary's Field Day. This highly anticipated annual event included car washing, volleyball, sack races, soccer ball races, golf ball races, sponge relays and water cup relays.

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"The Sponge Relay" was one of the fun water events at Mandevillle Elementary's Field Day. Aiden Pippin was the anchor on Mrs. Carlin's first grade team.

 

Strings Concert

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Third grader, Ella Rogge, and first grader, Olivia Rogge, recently performed at the Mandeville Elementary Strings Concert. Mrs. Miranda Buras teaches string classes at MES to students in first, second and third grades.

 

Word Building

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Christian O'Callaghan, Tate Wegener, and  Elijah Martz enjoy word building in their ELA Center in Tori Jones' kindergarten class at Mandeville Elementary.

 

Happy Birthday Letters

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Kindergarten students, in Tori Jones' class, entertained Mandeville Elementary School parents by singing and dancing to the rap song "Happy Birthday Letters" at the end of the year Kindergarten Performance.

 

Can the Principal Food Drive

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Mandeville Elementary recently had a "Can the Principal Food Drive" to restock the shelves of The Samaritan Center.  Students were challenged to bring in enough donations to fill the principal's office and force her to seek work space elsewhere.  They were victorious in their efforts and were rewarded with a dress-down day to celebrate school and community spirit.  Students collected 734 food items and 108 personal hygiene items to donate to the Samaritan Center. This year's theme at MES is We've Got the Power!  In this endeavor students demonstrated the power to help feed the community.

 

Feed Our Furry Friends

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Mandeville Elementary School teachers Marlene Markel (left) and Beth Cleveland (right) are pictured presenting a check to St. Tammany Humane Society representative, Michelle Nazar (center),  and her canine buddy, Maggie May (center).  To raise the funds, students made crafts which were sold at their Gallery Night Gala on April 1st.  Students also held a "Feed our Furry Friends" drive which brought in over 150 pet items for the St. Tammany Humane Society.

 

 


April, 2014

 

 

Butterfly Release

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Students, faculty and staff anxiously await the "butterfly release" at Mandeville Elementary. The MES PTA graciously financed the purchase of the caterpillars which allowed for the students to observe their life cycle. The week long activities included journal writing, life cycle activities, and art projects.

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Pre-K students Reis Grimes and Logan Najolia take one last look at their class butterflies.

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Students in Heather Cutrer's class, Audrey Shannon and Alicia Ashley, carefully protect their butterfly habitat before the school-wide butterfly release.

 

Gallery Night Gala

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Students, along with a host of dedicated parent volunteers, turned Mandeville Elementary School into an art museum for their 2014 Gallery Night Gala.  This fun night was an opportunity to view creative works by Pre-K through 3rd grade students.  The night also included a PTA meeting, dinner, Chorus Club and Recorder Club performances, and a silent auction with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the St. Tammany Humane Society. Pictured are Thomas Baham and Ander Ellis, who are students in Susan Mauer's second grade class, displaying their bulletin boards made of ceiling tiles.

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Connor Egan, Lily Boogaerts and John Stelly, in Joyce Cambas' first grade class, created "You Are My Sunshine" paintings for the Gallery Night Gala at Mandeville Elementary School.

 


March, 2014

 

Butterfly Lessons

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Pre-K students in Mrs. Toni Bourg's class, at Mandeville Elementary, are observing the life cycle of a butterfly. Each morning and each afternoon, students carefully observe the twenty caterpillars that have grown from a tiny baby caterpillar to a full grown caterpillar. They are anxiously awaiting the pupa stage to begin and will eventually release the butterflies into nature. Thank you to MES PTA for funding this incredible project for our children! Pre-K students pictured are Samuel Oser, Claira Walther and Arslan Yang.

 

Sock Hop

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Kindergarten students, Zach Thornburgh, Jacob Shalett, Quinn Martin, Callahan Arch and  Liam Gillis, "Rock Around the Clock" at Mandeville Elementary's  annual Sock Hop. Students and their families enjoyed dancing, Hula Hoop Contests and Bubble Gum Blowing Contests along with root beer floats.

 

 

Yellow and Blue Donations

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On Thursday, March 20, students at Mandeville Elementary proudly showed their support for the UP21 Foundation. For a $1 donation or more, students and teachers wore yellow and blue to school. The school community raised $372 to donate to this important organization. The UP21 Foundation provides support, resources, and education to families of individuals with Down syndrome and the community to foster an environment in which individuals with Down syndrome achieve their full potential.

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February, 2014

 

 

Mardi Gras Fun

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Several representatives for the teachers and faculty, including Stephanie Cade, Katie Valenti, and Stacey Battistella, led the procession of The Krewe of MES at the school's Mardi Gras celebration.

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First graders at Mandeville Elementary celebrated Mardi Gras by participating in the annual school parade. Students pictured represented the Krewe de Spice, Krewe de LSU Tigers, Krewe de First Gators, Krewe de Jazz, Krewe de Pelicans, Krewe de Who Dat, Krewe de King Cakes and Krewe de Beignets.

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Alison Carlin's first graders at Mandeville Elementary represented the Krewe de Beignets in the annual MES Mardi Gras parade.

 

 

Family Learning Night

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Mandeville Elementary School recently held their Family Learning Night. Parents and students were invited to an after-hours school event of fun, hands-on learning. Some of the FLN activities included Mardi Gras Counting and Sorting, Working with Words, Art & ELA, Word Shakers, Fraction Fun, Logic, & Close Reading. Stations included lots of hands-on activities along with handouts for parents with tips for at home. Pictured here is the Lawrence Family, Jaxon, Addison, and Mrs. Heidi.

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Kindergarten  student Grace Stutson and her second grade sister, Cameron, enjoyed some "hands-on" fun at the recent Family Learning Night hosted by Mandeville Elementary School.

 

 

Family Breakfast Week

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Second grade teacher, Jennifer Shalett, and her kindergarten son, Jacob, enjoy Family Breakfast with their family at Mandeville Elementary.

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First grader, Grace Mattison, and third grader, Lily Mattison, enjoy Family Breakfast at MES with their grandmother who traveled from New York to spend time with her granddaughters.

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First grader, Brandon Accardo, and his mom enjoy Family Breakast Week at Mandeville Elementary. Over 300 families took part in Family Breakfast Week.

 

Louisiana Day

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Third grade students at Mandeville Elementary School recently celebrated Louisiana Day by starting off their day with a breakfast of beignets. Pictured here are students in Kelsey Cutrell's class showing off their "Who Dat" shirts that were made for their special day.

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Stacey Battistella's third grade class enjoyed learning about Louisiana festivals, artist Clementine Hunter, mask making, and Louisiana music, along with Cajun dancing, at the annual Louisiana Day at Mandeville Elementary School.

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Mandeville Elementary third graders, Georgie Collins, Lily Mattison, and Avery Defrank, enjoy eating their King Cake that they made during their study of Louisiana.

 

Presidential Reports

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Students in Ms. Marlene Markel's 3rd grade class at Mandeville Elementary School shared their oral reports on Presidents of the United States.  The students dressed up as the President or the wife of the President as they told about their lives and read their reports to fellow classmates. Seated left to right are Olivia Alvarez, Sonja Sakowski, Kimberly Murry, Kristen Hood, Ashlyn Frosch, Sofia Smith, Amelia Stelly and Kaylee Reich.
On the back row left to right are Kayden Snyder, Alyssa Strain, Aidan Crowe, Brianna Zuniga, Erin Strawn, Anthony Incandela, Dylan Ivy, Tanner Tharp, and Sadie Lobre.

 

Cultural Arts Day

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Mandeville Elementary School recently visited "China" during their Cultural Arts Day. Classes were provided with a panda bear to serve as their class mascot for the annual event. Pictured here are Hannah Ellis and Isabelle Wolke with their class mascot, Rosie, and their "hong bao"  red envelopes which are presented to children on Chinese New Year.

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Jason Liu, co-parent coordinator for Cultural Arts Day, taught students to say Chinese phrases at the annual Cultural Arts Day at MES. Students were taught to use number equations to write the word "Fu", or good fortune, on red squares which is a Lunar New Year tradition.

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First grader, Ellie Smith, sampled fried rice, spiced watermelon seeds, fruity jelly pudding and longan fruit at the annual MES Cultural Arts Day.

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First graders Eric Zheng and Mikey Brocato, in Amy Frederick's class, demonstrate the art of Ribbon Dancing to traditional Chinese music at the annual Cultural Arts Day at Mandeville Elementary.

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Third grade students, Mead Arabie, Jack McNamara, Madison Dufrene, and Kamiya Roberts, in Stephanie Cade's class, test their skill of using chopsticks.

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Shelby Betbeze and Vanessa Ankrum, in Brian Fussell's third grade class, enjoyed making traditional Chinese lanterns as part of the Cultural Arts Day at MES.

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Kindergarten students, Rhylee Larson and Scarlett Swanner, participate in a traditional Chinese dragon dance at Cultural Arts Day at Mandeville Elementary School.

 

 

 


November, 2013

 

 

School Raises Funds For Cancer Society

Mandeville Elementary recently raised $1,188.59 with its own Relay Recess event, the proceeds to be donated to the American Cancer Society. Students donated twenty-five cents each for links to add to a classroom chain, a dollar for luminaria bags, and a dollar to wear a cap for the actual day of the event to promote sun safety awareness.

Organized by Teacher Monique McNab, the event is expected to become an annual fund-raiser at the school. “The whole school community really got behind the cause,” said Chantelle Smith, Principal. “In keeping with our theme of We Have the Power!, we were excited to hold our first Relay Recess to show our students they have the power to make healthy choices while making a positive difference in their community.”

“It was amazing to watch Ms. McNab and the MES community come together to make this event possible,” she went on to say. “Our students learned about living of a healthy lifestyle, honoring cancer survivors, and participating in service activities throughout the week. We are already looking forward to continuing this event for many years to come.”

Ms. McNab participated in a Relay for Life community fund-raising event last year and loved being a part of it. “Cancer is a disease that affects so many people. I lost a grandmother and uncle to cancer, and I watched them fight the disease and hope that one day there may be a cure,” she said.

She read about other elementary schools holding an event called “Relay Recess” and after some research knew this was something in which Mandeville Elementary School should be involved. With the help of Principal Smith and other teachers, she organized the Relay for Life project at the school, especially proud of the message it brings to students about healthy living.

“It is so important for their future to eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly, be tobacco free, and know the facts about sun safety. I think this event brings awareness to the children and allows the school community to be a part of a very worthwhile event,” Ms. McNab said.

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Krista Schoolmeyer, Lily Boogaerts, Emma Dugas, and Renee Wager in Mrs. Cambas’s first grade class take time to smile for the camera while decorating holiday cards for the patients at Children’s Hospital.

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Isabelle Wolke in Mrs. Carlin’s first grade class shows off her class’s banner that reads “We Have the Power to Help”. Each class created a personalized banner to carry while walking the track during the Relay Recess event.

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Third graders Brianna Zuniga, Ashlyn Frosch, and Will Rocha, along with third grade teacher and Relay Recess organizer, Ms. McNab, take a break to enjoy a health snack donated by our community partner, Albertson’s in Mandeville.

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Mrs. Frederick’s first graders, Daniela Puig, Mikey Brocato, Noah Funk, and Garrett Ruth were busy learning about Healthy Eating, Sun Safety, and Exercise Tips in one of the many engaging and educational stations of the Relay Recess event.

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Ms. Montreuil’s second graders, GG Bulot, Mia Roberto, and Joseph Kitto take a look at the luminaria bags that lined Relay Recess track. Supporters of the event could donate $1 to decorate a bag in memory or in honor of a loved one who has been affected by cancer.

 

Kind Kids' Club

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The Kind Kids' Club, one of the many after school clubs offered at Mandeville Elementary, has been very busy this fall. The students in the club performed kind acts throughout the school and community. These students were "caught" cleaning up litter around campus, creating posters to publicize the recent food drive for the Mandeville Samaritan Center, decorated cookies and made thank you cards for MES teachers, and created cards and letters for patients at Children's Hospital. Pictured here are Jasper Wintz, Cyrus Giroir, Nicholas Liu, Jake Saragusa, Jursey Foote, Sophia Margavio, Quinlan McKinney, Taylor Cross, Gracie Morgan, Layla Necaise, Lauren Cockrell, Jorja Foote, Brooke Buster and Brandon Osoria. These students recently mailed cards and art work to Marines in Afghanistan. The Kind Kids' Club is sponsored by first grade teachers Sarah Zimmer and Stephanie Walter.

 

Veteran's Day Program

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It was standing room only at the annual Veteran's Day Program at Mandeville Elementary School. Parents, grandparents and special guests were invited for patriotic performances by the student body. 2nd Lt. Joseph Stutson, of the 1-244th Aviation Battlion US Army, with his daughters, kindergarten student, Grace Stutson  and second grader, Cameron Stutson, celebrated Veteran's Day by speaking to the students and their special guests at the annual Veteran's Day Program at Mandeville Elementary School.

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Connor Stewart, Cyrus Giroir, and Marius Villaronga anxiously wait for the start of the Veteran's Day Program at MES. Their boy scout troop were an important part of the patriotic presentation honoring our veterans held on 11/11/13.

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Isabella Bowers shows her patriotic spirit by celebrating Veteran's Day at MES.

 

Red Ribbon Week

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Students, faculty and staff recently celebrated Red Ribbon Week 2013 at Mandeville Elementary School. The theme for Red Ribbon Week was "We Have the Power to Make Healthy Choices". Students were encouraged to dress as their favorite storybook character to show "good character" on Halloween Day. Pictured here are third graders Avery DeFrank, portraying Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz, and Elise Bost, portraying the ballerina from The Red Shoes.

 

 

Good Character Characters

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Showing good character are third grader, Alex Slack, and second grader, Eli Fisher, as they represent Harry Potter from  the Harry Potter series.

 

Charlotte's Webbers

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Third grade teachers Stephanie Cade, Marlene Markel, Brian Fussell, Monique McNab, Kristi Tanguis, Kelsey Cutrell and Stacey Battistella join in Red Ribbon Week fun by dressing up as the characters in Charlotte's Web.

 

Black and Gold Day

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In Mrs. Cutrer’s T1 class, front row Audrey Shannon, Tessa Incandela, Alicia Ashley, Isabella Bowers; back row Mason Prestonbach, Cohen Trosclair, Gabriel Ancelet, Brayden Lane and Brayden Taylor

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With Ms. Byers, Ava Moschella, Maison Vigil, Gracie Faul, and Ava Gonzales

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In Mrs. Turner’s Kindergarten class, front row Kaylinn Haaga, Hannah Millet, Bella Nelsen, Lauren Williams; back row Jacob Shalett, Quinn Martin, and  John Lovell

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In Mrs. Lovell’s Pre K class, Mrs. Wendy Blouin, Noah Phillips and Carter Wilcox

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In Mrs. Cascio’s Kindergarten class, front row Trip Peters, Cody Leibfritz, Remy LeBeau, Lance Butcher, and Will Sones

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In Mrs. Craddock’s 2nd grade class, front row Katie Barberousse, Phoebe Naylor, Kaylee Wallace, K’Lynn Roberts, Amber Leblanc; back row Fiamma Housey, Tyler Ellis, Daniel Ulfers, Charley Shirley, Matthew Barron, Carys Hearn, Destiny Davis

 

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October, 2013

 

Red Ribbon Week

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Mandeville Elementary's Nutrition Advisory Council (NAC) led by Mrs. Holly Hansen, our cafeteria manager, celebrated Red Ribbon Week by bringing their stuffed animals to lunch and remembering to use Hugs not Drugs. Picture from left to right are Lauren Miller, Jude Schwartz, Garrett Gleason, Mason Bidleman, Kristen Hood, Reina Keys and Tyler Baumy.

 

United Way Drive

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Mandeville Elementary School recently celebrated their successful United Way Drive. Pictured is Assistant Principal, Eddie Strohmeyer, cheering on second grader, Drew Talazac, as he "SLIMED" principal Chantelle Smith. Both administrators were "SLIMED" multiple times as an incentive for raising $4,596.

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MES students supported the Annual United Way Drive and were rewarded with a "Superhero Dress- Up Day" which supported the school theme: We have the power! Pictured are: Darby Keating, Adison Bourg, Sophia Golberg, Katie Vogel and Lauren Williams.

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Third grade teachers, Stephanie Cade, Hazel Balser, Monique McNab, Stacey Battistella, Marlene Markel, and Kelsey Cutrell, at Mandeville Elementary School supported the Annual United Way Drive by dressing up and performing the Hookie Pookie at Morning Assembly.

 

Wilbur the Pig

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Andy Britton, a third grader in Stacey Battistella's class at Mandeville Elementary School, shows off his "web". Third grade students read Charlotte's Web and wrote descriptive writings to save Wilbur the Pig. 

 

 

Empty Bowl Project

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Students in Beth Cleveland's third grade classes at Mandeville Elementary created and decorated clay bowls for the “Mandeville Empty Bowl Project” which will be held on November  3rd at the Ponchartrain Yacht Club in Old Mandeville. The bowls will be sold and filled with delicious food from our local Old Mandeville Business Association’s restaurants and other members with culinary talents. Proceeds are donated to the Samaritan Center on Girod Street to provide funds for their food bank in time to help the needy during the holidays. The supplies for this project are provided through a Service Learning Grant from the Brown Foundation. The Brown Foundation requires that students write and submit a reflection about what they learned from providing this service for thebenefit of others.  This grant was applied for by Talented Art teacher Mary-Elaine Bernard and by TRT Trish Picone. Pictured are Brianna Zuniga, Kaden Snyder, Grey Fisher, Amelia Stelly, Jordan Fisher, Breanna Lombardo, Beth Cleveland (MES Art Teacher) and Mary-Elaine Bernard (Talented Art Teacher).

 

Positive Behavior Support Celebration

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Mandeville Elementary School students recently celebrated at their first Positive Behavior Support Celebration. Students were treated to a DJ Dance Party in the school gym and cookies. On this special day, students also supported the Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center, a St. Tammany Hospital, by donating $1 and wearing pink shirts and blue jeans. The school community raised $470 to donate to the organization. Pictured are students showing off their dance moves: Bella Lion, Trinity Baham, Lanie Guidry, Madisen Holley, Caroline Barnes, Ella Grace Gardner, and Gaby Fazande.

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First grader, Isabella Sepulveda, enjoys expressing herself through her dance moves at the recent PBS Celebration at Mandeville Elementary.

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Landon Hegwood and Fritz Hutton boogie down at the recent PBS Celebration.

 

 

Utilizing Technology

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Mandeville Elementary student, Jasper Wintz, is utilizing technology in one of the many literacy stations available to him in Shannon Gipson's second grade class.

 

Scholastic Book Fair

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Susan Bidleman, Mandeville Elementary PTA 1st Vice President, and Noelle Wager, PTA Co-President, volunteer at the annual Scholastic Book Fair. The Book Fair raises funds to purchase materials that enhance the school's library. In conjunction with the Book Fair, we also held a Pajama Drive to benefit the “Pajama Project”. Students collected over 200 pairs of pajamas to donate to local children in need.

 

 

PTA Open House Meeting

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Mandeville Elementary School recently held a PTA meeting at their annual Open House. Parents and students had the opportunity to visit the classrooms and showcase all of the learning that has taken place so far this year. Pictured are the 2013 – 2014 PTA Officers: Secretary Christa Fiorentino, Treasurer Kelly Nolan, Co-President Katie Gruntz, Co-President Noelle Wager, Principal Chantelle Smith and Assistant Principal Eddie Strohmeyer.

 

Open House

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Mandeville Elementary School recently held its annual Open House. Students and their families came out to visit their new classrooms, visit with teachers, and find about all the exciting events going on at MES. Pictured is second grader Lana vonEberstein and her mother, Lisa.

 

First Place Fair Booth

Mandeville Elementary’s Fair Booth won a 1st Place Ribbon with student artwork centered around the theme, “Tammany Trace-Exploring Nature From End to End”. A big thank you to all of the teachers and students who submitted artwork and to Mr. Fussell, a third grade teacher, for putting it all together so beautifully.

 

 

 


September, 2013

 

 

Bonus Phrase

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Anthony Jones and Jeremy Ferrante show off the "bonus" Boogle phrase "Welcome To My Class" in Mrs. Byers' classroom.

 

Daily Math Logs

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Gary Bellanger, Hannah Millet, John Lovell and Lauren Williams, in Sharon Turner's class, show off their Daily Math Logs. The kindergarten students were working on 1 to 1 correspondence using numbers and number words in their work.

 

Building Community

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Grant Saddler and Myles Moran add miniature cars to their "Community" in Alison Carlin's first grade class at Mandeville Elementary School.  The first graders are learning about their responsibilities as classroom citizens and developing a basic understanding of jobs in their community.

 

Grandparents Day

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Kindergarten student, Harry Voiner, and his grandmother enjoy a game of BINGO at Mandeville Elementary School on September 10. Mandeville Elementary celebrated Grandparent's Day during the week of September 9 by inviting grandparents or special adults to visit with their grandchildren.

 

New Faculty Members

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Mandeville Elementary School would like to welcome their new faculty members for the 2013 - 2014 school year. Pictured are: Sarah Zimmer (first grade), Stephanie Walter (first grade), Mary Dempsey (speech therapist), Tori  Jones (kindergarten), Toni Bourg (pre-k) and Kelsey Cutrell (third grade).

 

Winter on the Water

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First grade students in Beth Cleveland's art class are participating in the 2013 Winter on the Water Banner Contest. This annual event is sponsored by the City of Mandeville. Students exhibiting their art work are Ellie Smith, Darby Keating, Fritz Hutton, Lila Berget, Olivia Rogge, William Cazayoux and Isabelle Wolke.

 

Sonic Night

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Mandeville Elementary third grade teacher, Marlene Markel, enjoys some after school time with her students, Kimberly Murry and Dylan Ivy, at the recent MES Sonic Night on Highway 22. Students and their families, along with faculty and staff members, supported the PTA sponsored event playing games and enjoying a quick bite to eat.

 

Annual Gift Wrap Sale

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Mandeville Elementary Assistant Principal, Eddie Strohmeyer, and second grade students, Amanda Miller and Joseph Kitto, enjoy experimenting with the prizes for the Annual Gift Wrap Sale. The gift wrap sale is sponsored by the PTA. Funds from the Gift Wrap sale support school-wide needs, such as technology updates and our tutoring program.

 

Matter Experiment

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During their study of "Matter", Mrs. Shalett's second grade class at Mandeville Elementary conducted a rubber egg experiment.   Gerad Gruntz and Madeleine Ebert are displaying their results. After soaking a raw egg in vinegar for three days, a physical change from a  liquid to solid occurred.

 


August, 2013

New Student Welcomed

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Mandeville Elementary third grade teacher, Kelsey Cutrell, is introduced to the student body by her homeroom students Hannah Berthelot, Brandon Greene, Audrey Coffin, and Austin Thompson. The items represent Mrs. Cutrell’s love for Disneyworld, the Christmas season, Mandeville High and LSU. This introduction was part of our daily morning meeting. On Meet and Greet Mondays, the faculty and staff find creative ways to share fun facts about themselves with the students. We feel it is important for everyone to get to know one another as part of our MES family.

 

First Day of School

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Ava Hegwood and Taylor Doyle spend a few moments on their first day of Kindergarten with their teacher, Kay Krogsgard, before their day starts at Mandeville Elementary School.

 

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Mandeville Elementary Teacher, Amy Frederick, welcomes her son, Drew Frederick, on his first day of school as a first grader.

 

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Mandeville Elementary School librarian, Cindy LeBas, greets third grade student, Ella Ashley, and her little sister, Alicia Ashley, as they arrive for their first day of school on August 9. The sisters were excited about meeting new friends and getting to know their new teachers.

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Pre-Kindergarten student, Caden Moore, greets his Pre-K teacher, Toni Bourg, with a big smile on his first day of school.

 

Meet and Greet

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Monique Romagosa and her daughter, Madison, arriving at Mandeville Elementary School for the annual 'Meet and Greet' held prior to the start of the school year on August 7, 2013.

 

Power Teachers

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Second grade teachers, Susan Mauer and Jennifer Shalett, dress up for the Mandeville Elementary Meet and Greet on August 7. The 2013 - 2014 school theme is "WE HAVE THE POWER".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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